Wolfe, Albion Get Up Close with Microbes at Symposium Keynote
Virologist Nathan Wolfe's fascinating peek into the microbial world, with its corresponding benefits and catastrophes for humans, capped Albion College's 26th annual Elkin R. Isaac Student Research Symposium on April 23. An internationally respected researcher who invented his field of "viral forecasting," Wolfe captivated the crowd in Goodrich Chapel with his work monitoring pathogen outbreaks in order to prevent pandemic infections.
Albion Makes Princeton Review ‘Green Colleges’ List for 2015
Just in time for Earth Day, Albion College was named to The Princeton Review's Guide to 353 Green Colleges for 2015. An environmental studies academic requirement, showers for cyclists, locally grown produce in the dining hall and low-energy lighting were among many campus-wide initiatives that placed Albion on the list.
Noted 'Virus Hunter' Nathan Wolfe to Keynote 26th Isaac Symposium
The “Indiana Jones of virus hunting,” internationally respected biologist Nathan Wolfe discusses the exciting work of pandemic disease prevention for Albion College’s 2015 Joseph S. Calvaruso Keynote lecture, capping the Elkin R. Isaac Student Research Symposium. Wolfe takes the stage at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 23, in Goodrich Chapel. The Symposium opens Wednesday, April 22, at 7:30 p.m. in Norris Science Center’s Towsley Hall, as international health expert and child neurology resident Samata Singhi, ’05, presents the Symposium’s Alumni Lecture.
Ethnic Studies - Fall 2015
ETHN 289: Social Movements
MW 2:15 - 4:05 pm
Once again, this course will review the theory and research on social movements, with an empirical emphasis on American movements such as the Civil Rights Movement, Women's Movement, and numerous "issue" movements such as peace, environment, neighborhood, sexuality, etc. We will give attention to international movements to develop an understanding of movements in different countries with a focus on structures and cultures. We will talk explictly about the differences between movements around social cleavages such as race, class, and gender.
This class generally operates from the intellectual standpoint of the activist who is concerned about an issue and wants to do something about it. ETHNICITY CATEGORY IS BEING APPLIED FOR.