Kukurugya-Rabaut, '13, Receives French Teaching Assistantship
Recent graduate Genevieve Kukurugya-Rabaut heads for France later this year, at the invitation of the French government. Kukurugya-Rabaut was accepted to the Teaching Assistant Program in France (TAPIF), a program of the national government that provides American English teachers for the public school system. She will spend seven months teaching in the Versailles area, near Albion's sister cities of Noisy-le-Roi and Bailly.
German, Chemistry Double Majors Earn RISE Internships
Albion students Eric Fink and Alissa Reddy were recently awarded internships with the Research Internships in Science and Engineering (RISE) program, part of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). The DAAD/RISE program will pay Fink and Reddy, both majoring in chemistry and German, while they live in Germany for three months, working with German doctoral candidates on chemistry research.
Students Share December Scenes
Students off-campus share scenes from their December holiday season from England, Spain, Germany, and Belgium.
CIE Offers Community 'International Infusion'
The Albion College Center for International Education invites Albion to “Understand and Celebrate Our Differences” in celebration of the College's Global Diversity Theme Year. The fun begins in the Kellogg Center at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 27.
The event celebrates transnational cultures in order to help the Albion campus and community to understand and embrace culturally-based trends and traditions. The event features a performance of the dance craze, Gangnam Style by the BRIT and Hip Hop Dancers, a fashion runway, musical performances, cultural discussions, and opportunities to share off-campus experiences. Ethnic cuisine will be served.
The event is free of charge and open to the public. For more information, please contact student organizer Sandra Myint at
or the Center for International Education at 517/629-0307.