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The awards recognize organizations and individuals who have helped support students on- and off-campus.
“On behalf of the Associated Students of Whittier College, we are so incredibly grateful for all the work and service these award recipients have done to serve our community,” said Destinee Moya ’20, outgoing ASWC president. “They all continue to strive to support our students and organizations in a way that allows Poets to thrive as student leaders.”
ASWC Uptown Business Award
Recognizes a business in the Uptown Whittier Association that has contributed to the relationship between the College community and the local city of Whittier.
ASWC Key to the College Award
Given to an individual or group of individuals who has/have shown great support for the ASWC and dedication to all students.
Flagship Facility Services
Marilyn Veich Award
Given to an individual who makes outstanding contributions to Whittier College and is dedicated to improving the lives of its students.
Christine Hernandez, director of the Office of Student Engagement
Ricardo Pitones, assistant director of the Office of Student Engagement
Richard B. Harvey Award
Recognizes a tenured faculty member who has taught at Whittier College for an extended period of time, honoring the recipient’s outstanding leadership in the classroom and/or exemplary administrative service to the College. The recipient has gone beyond the call of duty and has shown a true belief in Whittier College and its values.
Associate Professor of Business Administration Gary Gold
ASWC Senate Senator of the Year
Given to a senator who goes above and beyond their expected duties to serve the student body by promoting collaboration within the Whittier College community, encouraging personal and professional development, and upholding Whittier’s Quaker values.
Dalton Casserly-Simmons ’20
Miss Margo Latif Memorial Award
Given to a student who exemplifies strong leadership skills, illustrates the values of the college,and has, through their actions and participation in the Whittier College
community, enhanced and bettered the institution.
Journee Bradford ’21