Whittier College was invited to participate in two national conferences due its commitment to serving underrepresented populations as well as providing an environment conducive to overall student success for student athletes.
Whittier College Professor of Education and Child Development Judith Wagner was one of the featured speakers at the World Principal's Leadership Institute recently held in Hong Kong, China.
PLEASE JOIN IN CELEBRATING the Black Student Union’s Graduating Seniors on Thursday, May 14th at 5:00 pm in the Hartley Faculty Master House (across from the tennis courts).
- Rashad Butler
- Takara Jones
- Selorm Kploanyi
***If you know of other graduating students who identify as African, African-American, Black, Caribbean, or some combination of those identities please email Shauna Sobers at firstname.lastname@example.org so that they can be celebrated as well.
Whittier College's undergraduate scholarship was on full display at the Annual Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (URSCA) Day on April 25. More than 90 Poet scholars in 14 majors presented their original research completed during the summer 2014 and the 2014-15 academic year.
Choosing to come to Whittier College was a leap of faith for Gregory Carlson ’15.
“I didn’t even see what the campus looked like in person before I applied or when I decided on Whittier,” said Carlson. “Coming from Weston, Massachusetts, I knew I wanted to be close to my Godfather, who lived in San Diego at the time.”