Cucinella, '01, Improves Children's Lives at Cambodian NGO
Nick Cucinella spearheaded a drive that netted some 60 secondhand laptops for a nongovernmental organization serving children in Cambodia. "Most of these children have never been inside a car, let alone used a computer. The way to bridge the skills gap and prepare our students for meaningful employment is to empower them with technology," explains Cucinella, who is volunteering on-site in Siem Reap. "Teaching someone to fish allows them to survive; teaching a student to write code will allow her to thrive."
Philosophy Dominates GRE Scores in 2013
Best Majors for GRE Scores in 2013:
Data shows that Philosophy students reign supreme in two of the three sections of the GRE. See the charts.
Philosophy Pizza & Pop Get-Together
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
4:30 - 6:00pm
in the Langbo living room
on the 1st floor of the Kellogg Center
Do you have questions about future philosophy courses? Do you have questions about the philosophy major or minor? Do you want to just talk with other philosophy students?
Then, please join the Philosophy Department Faculty for FREE PIZZA and POP.
Alumnus Addresses Fun in Philosophy
Albion alumnus Casper "Cap" Uldricks, '75, visits Albion College to discuss "Philosophy: Funnily, It Matters!" in a public address Thursday, November 1, at 7 p.m. in the Norris Science Center Towsley Hall.
A philosophy major at Albion College, Uldricks went on to earn a master's degree in divinity from Boston College and a law degree. He worked for the Food and Drug Administration for nearly 20 years. Currently, he works for a private law firm and specializes in legal work involving the FDA and the USDA.
This presentation is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Albion College Philosophy department secretary Linda Clawson,
, or 517/629-0207.