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Backpack to Briefcase: Careers in Sports Management

Get connected, ask questions, get advice from Whittier Alumni who have played to win in the field of Sports Management. 

Tyler Zickel '12
Director of Digital Content/Assistant Broadcaster
Lake Elsinore Storm

Tyisha Smith '02
National Admissions Director
NFL Regional/Super Regional Combines

Aloha Concert Series: Bryan Tolentino & Herb Ohta Jr.

General Admission $47
Purchase Tickets 

The ‘Ukulele is the best-known Hawaiian instrument. In the 1950’s and 60’s all the bands had ‘ukulele players. Some of the great musicians that made the instrument very popular were: Eddie Kamae, Ohta-san, Lyle Ritz, Don Baduria, Sr., John Lukela, Jesse Kalima, Kahauanu Lake, and Peter Moon.

2016 Feinberg Lecture: Robin Wright

One of the nation’s most accomplished journalists, Robin Wright has reported from more than 140 countries on six continents for the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, Time magazine, and many others. Her foreign tours include the Middle East, Europe, Africa and several years as a roving foreign correspondent worldwide. She has covered a dozen wars and several revolutions. Until 2008, she covered U.S. foreign policy for The Washington Post.

Kim Thomas Interdisciplinary Lecture

From Runnymede to the Swansea & Mumbles: Exploring the Great Divergence
Gary W. Cox
William Bennett Munro Professor in Political Science
Abstract: In the last generation, interest has surged in explaining the
Great Divergence - the process by which per capita incomes in Western
Europe grew vastly over the 19th century, while per capita incomes
elsewhere remained largely flat. The puzzle can be illustrated by

Gravitational Waves: Discussion and Demonstration

Earlier this month gravitational waves were detected by Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory a century after Einstein predicted them. Want to know what gravitational waves are and their significance? Professor Zorba will be giving a presentation and a demonstration which will explain what happens when two black holes collide. There will be food, fun and physics. 

Whittier Law School Names Interim Dean

John K. Fitzgerald, attorney, alumnus, and legal educator, steps into post

Whittier Law School has appointed John K. Fitzgerald as the Interim Dean, effective March 1, 2016. Fitzgerald replaces Penelope Bryan who is stepping down as the Dean of Whittier Law School, a role she has served since 2009.