Teagle Grant Connects Albion Classes with Other Liberal Arts Colleges
Albion College and five other Great Lakes Colleges Association institutions are coming together to design and teach hybrid courses, with an emphasis on digital teaching, thanks to last year's $335,000 grant from the New York-based Teagle Foundation. This semester, history professor Marcy Sacks (left) is collaborating with a counterpart from Hope College; in the fall, exercise science professor Heather Betz will team up with a faculty peer from DePauw University.
Mallory Fellows Bower, '10, Helps a Museum Prepare for Takeoff
The recipient of a highly competitive Andrew W. Mellon Foundation internship in conservation, Mallory Fellows Bower, '10, spent much of this past fall in Washington, D.C. at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of African American History and Culture as it prepares to open its doors later this year.
Albion NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet
The Albion branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People held its annual Freedom Fund Banquet on Saturday, October 24, 2015 at the Upper Baldwin Hall on campus
Photo includes;(l-r) Robert Dunklin, President, Albion Branch; Mae Ola Dunklin, Executive Committee, Albion Branch; keynote speaker Michgian State Representative from Detroit, Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, Albion College history professor Wesley Arden Dick, second-vice president, Albion Branch and Master of Ceremonies for the 2015 Albion NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet.and Sherry Gay-Dagnogo's mother,
Department Faculty, Students Honored at 2015 Honors Convocation
Wes Dick was recognized at Albion College's 2015 Honors Convocation with the United Methodist Church Exemplary Teaching Award. This honor is given annually at each Methodist-affiliated college, to a teacher who recognizes excellence in teaching, civility and concern for students and colleagues, commitment to value-center education, and service to students, the institution and the community.