Kick off Virtual Homecoming with the 2020 Chem/Comm tailgate with Cliff Harris, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Karen Erlandson, Chair and Professor of Communications. Hear what is new at HOME and in the larger Albion community from Cliff, Karen and fellow Albion alumni.
Join the 2020 Richard M. Smith Common Reading Experience
Thi Bui explores her family’s story of migration and immigration in The Best We Could Do. She depicts the life her parents had in Vietnam and the life she now has in the United States. She shows us the value of exploring our own story to discover the importance of ethnic identity, nationality, and family.
You're invited to read and participate in this year’s Common Reading Experience! Join us on September 23 as Alan Headbloom, ’75, and LaRhonda Richarson, ’21, lead students and alumni in a conversation about the book and the opportunity it gives us to better understand our own stories and the stories of others.
The Best We Could Do is sold on Amazon and is available at local bookstores or libraries upon request.
Keeping Albion Residential a Year of Inauguration Web Series Event
Why is it worth all the effort to be on campus this fall?
President Mathew Johnson will talk with Wesley Hall Senior Residence Assistants Antonio Nelson, ’21, and Rachel Goldner, ’22, about how COVID-19 has impacted the student experience. As upperclassmen leaders charged with welcoming first year students, Rachel and Anotonio understand the importance of the residential experience to help students belong in our Albion community.
Celebrating Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient: Kevin Chalut, ’99
Join us for a conversation with Kevin Chalut, ’99, a 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient.
Kevin Chalut, ’99
Kevin graduated from Albion in 1999 with a degree in Physics and Mathematics and received his Ph.D in Physics from Duke University in 2005. He is currently a British Royal Society Research Fellow in Physics at the Cambridge University Stem Cell Institute. Kevin leads an interdisciplinary team of researchers who are making important new discoveries about the nature and development of stem cells.
Albion College is an undergraduate, liberal arts institution committed to academic excellence. We are learning-centered and recognize that valuable learning takes place in and outside the classroom, on and off campus. We prepare students to translate critical thought into action.