Keep Calm and (get your) BritON
Did you know Albion College’s fiscal year goes from July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012? That means, to count as a donor this year and to be recognized in our annual Report of Appreciation, we need your support before June 30.
Need another reason to give? Give today to get a Keep Calm and (get your) BritON print! With your gift of $25 or more before June 30, you will receive this 8 x 10 print. Just make sure to mention BritON in the comment field (or the memo line of your check) when you give!
Give to Albion today! Print quantities are limited and
are available first-come, first-served.
Mentoring and Success at Albion College
Albion College is currently seeking alumni and parents who are interested in serving as mentors to current Albion College students. Mentors play interesting roles offering support, posing tough challenges, and sharing critical insights. Through networking opportunities, mentors assist students in providing real-life guidance during undergraduate work while helping bridge the gap between college life and post-graduate careers.
For more information or to volunteer as a mentor, call or email the Career Development Office at 517/629-0332.
Summer Send-off Locations Announced
Mark your calendars! The Parent Engagement Office is currently working with Albion volunteers who are opening up their homes to welcome members of the Class of 2016 in the following cities:
� July 25, 2012: Royal Oak, MI
� August 15, 2012: Clinton Township, MI
More details to come soon!
Two Albion Students Win National Environmental Chemistry Award
Two Albion College students — Anna Miller, a biology major from Grand Haven who holds a concentration in environmental science, and Stephanie Sanders, a first-year chemistry major from Farmington — are two of 25 from across the country to gain Undergraduate Student Awards in Environmental Chemistry from the Division of Environmental Chemistry of the American Chemical Society (ACS).
An Albion Night at the Races
Twenty alumni, parents, and friends gathered at the Nancy G. Held Equestrian Center to kick off the Albion Night at the Races weekend trip to Louisville, Kentucky, from June 15-17. After breakfast and a tour of the world-class equestrian center, guests boarded a luxury coach fresh with the knowledge of playing the ponies, thanks to John Bedient, Associate Professor of Economics and Management. Another twenty alumni, parents and friends met the group at the historic Seelbach Hotel, and spent the weekend enjoying all that Louisville has to offer.
"We met so many interesting people," Lisa McCafferty, mother of Rebecca McCafferty, '09, said. "Albion’s Equestrian Center is a hidden gem. And the tours of the Woodford Reserve Bourbon Distillery and Three Chimneys stallion farm were wonderful."
Vice President of Churchill Downs Inc., Tom Jenkins, '85, hosted the group at Downs After Dark races Saturday evening, where guests enjoyed dinner and seats in Millionaire's Row. "It was a terrific weekend -- great hotel, great city, great food, and lots of fun at Churchill Downs," Walter Urick, '61, said.