Environmental Sciences

College and Community Expo

Now in its ninth year, Whittier's College and Community Expo, organized by the Center for Engagement with Communities, recognizes the hundreds of hours of service provided by students to local community agencies. Visitors have the opportunity to learn more about projects via a student panel and poster presentations. 

To learn more, contact the Center for Engagement with Communities at ​cec@whittier.edu.

The Road to Equality

Hartley House First Year/Convocation lecture series presents The Road to Equality, Social Justice and Peace WAter, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) for the World's Children with Judith Wagner, Professor of Education and Child Development and Director of Broadoaks School. 

Learn more.

2013 New Student Convocation

Dr. Susan M. Reverby, historian of American health care, will be the keynote lecturer at the 2013 Whittier College New Student Convocation. Reverby’s talk, Escaping Melodramas: How Should We Think about Medical Research when it Goes “Bad?,” will deal with two highly publicized and controversial government-sponsored research studies done on sexually transmitted diseases in Tuskegee, Alabama and Guatemala City, Guatemala.

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19th Annual Helping Hands Day

From gardening and painting projects to reading to the elderly to working with the homeless, Helping Hands Day has hundreds of Whittier College students, staff, faculty, and alumni rise early on a Saturday morning for a day of service projects within the community. Learn more.  

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