Renowned climatologist and Nobel laureate Richard Alley talked about climate change, alternative energy options and more in a recent interview with Kirk Heinze, '70, that will air on the Sunday, April 20 episode of Greening of the Great Lakes on WJR (760-AM Detroit). The program airs at 7 p.m. On April 24, Alley will deliver the Joseph S. Calvaruso Keynote to cap the 25th Elkin R. Isaac Student Research Symposium at Albion College.
Whether the organization is the men’s soccer team, the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee or the Sigma Nu fraternity, Andrew Bobowski desires to be a leader at Albion College. The sophomore from Rockwood, Michigan, also got to role-play a leader—a Bolivian general—as part of Albion's Model UN club that recently traveled to New York for a competition.
Michigan Campus Compact (MCC) recently recognized 25 Albion College students for outstanding dedication to community service. Several of these students accepted their awards in person at MCC's annual program on April 12.
Nobel laureate Richard Alley presents a thought-provoking look at climate change as the 2014 Joseph S. Calvaruso Keynote speaker, capping Albion College's 25th annual Elkin R. Isaac Student Research Symposium. Alley takes the Goodrich Chapel stage at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 24. The symposium also features the Isaac Alumni Lecture, to be given by the Michigan Environmental Council's Hugh McDiarmid, '84, on Wednesday, April 23, at 7:30 p.m. in Towsley Lecture Hall, and presentations from nearly 100 Albion students throughout the day on April 24.
From space research to market research, city planning, pediatric medicine and mathematics education, Albion College's 2014 Young Alumni Award recipients represent diverse fields of endeavor open to Albion graduates. A ceremony to honor this year's awardees takes place Saturday, April 26.
The New York Society for Ethical Culture (NYSEC) and United Social Services, Inc. (USS) has named its first public service award in honor of Albion alumna Phyllis Harrison-Ross, '56 (left). Former New York City Mayor David Dinkins will be its inaugural recipient at an April 3 benefit that will include tributes from NYC First Lady Chirlane McCray, New York Yankees President Randy Levine and National Medal of Arts recipient Harry Belafonte, Jr.
- Dave Camp, '75, to Retire from Congress
- Stephanie Sanders, '15, Awarded Goldwater Scholarship
- The Substance of Sustainability: Sara Sample's Semester in France
- Logan Woods, '14, Receives Fulbright Award
- Alex Yaw, '14: Promoting Healthy Lives, Transforming Hers
- After 10 Years of Service, Frandsen to Leave Albion on July 1
- History Professor Sacks Quoted in NY Times
- Bon Appétit CEO Bauccio to Speak at 2014 Albion Commencement
- Sister City Committee Honors Founder
- Alumna, Suffragist Anna Howard Shaw Gets Her Day in New Book