Economics and Management Professor Jim McCarley Passes Away

Jim McCarley

Jim McCarley, 2016

A microeconomist with research interests in the minimum wage and employment practices, JIm McCarley taught 41 years as a tenured professor and another 10 as an adjunct at Albion where he developed courses including Women in Economics, Econometrics, Armchair Economics (a First-Year seminar), and Great Issues in Social Sciences.

For E&M's John Carlson, Teaching Accounting Doesn't Have to Be Taxing

John Carlson, associate professor of economics and management, Albion College
E&M associate professor John Carlson went back to college at age 57 to earn his Ph.D. and has now found a home at Albion where he has developed a reputation of teaching accounting in a relatable and interesting way. This year his work has also earned him a state excellence in teaching award.

Ford Students Focus on Environment with Action-Group Internships

Clockwise from top left: Nora Gaffney, '20, Elle Jansen, '19, Beau Brockett, '19

Clockwise from top left: Nora Gaffney, '20, Elle Jansen, '19, Beau Brockett, '19
Of course, we should all pick up trash, recycle paper and conserve electricity. But environmental activists know that real change lies in the hands of politicians, policymakers and the people who elect, educate and support them. Read about three Ford Institute students who share unique views of environmental policy action in Michigan, via three very different summer experiences.

2018-2019 Reading Series Kicks Off with Poetry

Mackie Black, '19

Copy of Reading Series Poetry Event Flyer 1


The 2018 – 2019 Albion College Reading Series will kick off on Wednesday, November 14, 2018, with readings by three of our adjunct professors.


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