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  • Honor Societies | Whittier College
    more Prev Next In This Section Academics Mobile Menu Academics Home Departments Programs Majors Minors Pre Professional Programs Graduate Programs Liberal Education Program Goals Objectives Curriculum in Context Whittier Scholars Program Active Learning Centers of Distinction Faculty Masters Program International Study Summer Program Library Academic Services Honors Awards Honor Societies Academic Awards Fellowships Nerhood Teaching Award Academic Administration VP for Academic Affairs Registrar s Office Institutional Research Assessment Academic Requirements Policies Procedures You are here Home Academics Honor Societies Honor Societies On 3 May 2013 By admin 0 Comments Whittier College currently operates campus chapters of each of the following national honor societies Members of these organizations are selected based on criteria such as grade point average and in general exhibit a keen dedication to scholarship service and leadership Leadership Society Omicron Delta Kappa ODK Faculty Advisors Wendy Furman Adams Fritz Smith Recognizing those who have obtained a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activities ODK brings together the most representative students in all phases of collegiate life from athletics and artistry to service and scholarship The ODK membership seeks to foster and help shape the host college s engagement in questions of local and intercollegiate interest Contact odk poets whittier edu Academic Societies Anthropology Lambda Alpha Contact lambdalpha poets whittier edu Biology Beta Beta Beta Faculty Advisor Hector Valenzuela Contact hvalenzu whittier edu Business Alpha Pi Delta Faculty Advisor Lana Nino Contact apd poets whittier edu Chemistry Nu Mu Rho Faculty Advisor Devin Iimoto Contact numurho poets whittier edu Economics Omicron Delta Epsilon Faculty Advisor David Hewitt Contact ode poets whittier edu Education Delta Phi Upsilon Faculty Advisor Judith Wagner Contact jwagner whittier edu English Sigma Tau Delta Faculty Advisor Sean Morris Contact sdp poets whittier edu French Pi Delta Phi Faculty Advisor Andrew Wallis Contact awallis whittier edu

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  • Academic Awards | Whittier College
    Programs Graduate Programs Liberal Education Program Goals Objectives Curriculum in Context Whittier Scholars Program Active Learning Centers of Distinction Faculty Masters Program International Study Summer Program Library Academic Services Honors Awards Honor Societies Academic Awards Fellowships Nerhood Teaching Award Academic Administration VP for Academic Affairs Registrar s Office Institutional Research Assessment Academic Requirements Policies Procedures You are here Home Academics Academic Awards Academic Awards On 3 May 2013 By admin 0 Comments Dean s List An undergraduate student will be awarded Dean s List honors if he or she earns a 3 70 grade point average GPA while completing 12 gradable units letter grades of A through F in the fall or spring terms No Dean s List honors will be awarded for summer or January terms Distinction In the Major The Whittier College faculty believes that students who have achieved excellence in their majors should receive recognition at graduation Because this is an award for academic achievement rather than service the criterion will be either a superior grade point average in the major 3 5 minimum at the discretion of the department or other extraordinary academic achievement published or publishable papers presentation at a conference significant research or creative project Annual Departmental Awards Each year at Honors Convocation students who have met significant academic leadership within their fields of study will be recognized named to any of the following Outstanding Student in the Discipline Outstanding Academic Achievement in the Discipline Outstanding Research in the Discipline Excellence in Academic Performance Research or Service in the Discipline Additionally a number of honors named for distinguished members of the Whittier College community are awarded for individual achievement Whittier Awards in Prose and Poetry Martin Ortiz 48 Award for Academic Excellence in Spanish Charles J Browning Prize in Sociology Tara Molloy Service Leadership

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  • Fellowships | Whittier College
    Fellowships along with faculty and staff advisors is committed to helping students launch their search for internal national and international fellowships that fit their intellectual professional and personal goals Nixon Scholars Explore Renewable Energy and Diplomacy Renewable energy and foreign policy are the center of 2015 Nixon Fellows Research Read more Soil Not Dirt Alumna spreads the word about science education Read more Senior Moments Jordan Carter 16 Serving and empowering communities Read more Intex Fellows Poets apply their business know how and global citizenry in China Read more Exploring Community Public Health in South Argentina Lightmary Flores 17 traveled to Argentina thanks to the Gilman Study Abroad International Scholarship Read more Jeffrey Lindstrom 94 Fellowship Recipient Collin McDowell 16 will travel to Hong Kong to study effects of Umbrella Movement Read more Prev Next In This Section Fellowships Mobile Fellowships Home About Find a Fellowship Undergraduate Fellowships Graduate Fellowships Leadership Honor Society Fellowships For Students For Faculty Recent Winners Contact You are here Home Honors Awards Fellowships Fellowships On 7 May 2013 By rrafferty 0 Comments What is a fellowship A fellowship is an award for your past performance grades leadership community service which supports your current work or future promise A fellowship often combines a scholarship financial stipend with a mentored experience faculty advisors for research and creative projects or supervisors for internships Fellowships fund a specific purpose such as education research teaching or public service Are you interested in funding for study travel research engaging in service to positively impact your community developing lasting relationships with faculty members defining clear goals for your future Fellowships can help you find appropriate fellowships navigate the application process write and revise applications prepare for interviews connect with faculty advisors identify and take some of the steps in your future plans

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  • Nerhood Teaching Award | Whittier College
    Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information Athletics Athletics Alumni Get Involved Our Alumni Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Academics Homepage Majors Minors Whittier offers more than 30 majors and minors across departments and interdisciplinary and pre professional programs Learn more Graduate Programs Those seeking an advanced degree from Whittier College can pursue the program in education or in law Learn more Active Learning At Whittier education goes beyond the confines of campus Students go out into the community to gain experience for the real world Learn more Prev Next In This Section Academics Mobile Menu Academics Home Departments Programs Majors Minors Pre Professional Programs Graduate Programs Liberal Education Program Goals Objectives Curriculum in Context Whittier Scholars Program Active Learning Centers of Distinction Faculty Masters Program International Study Summer Program Library Academic Services Honors Awards Honor Societies Academic Awards Fellowships Nerhood Teaching Award Academic Administration VP for Academic Affairs Registrar s Office Institutional Research Assessment Academic Requirements Policies Procedures You are here Home Academics Nerhood Teaching Award Nerhood Teaching Award On 1 Apr 2014 By bmccombs 0 Comments 1977 Mike McBride 1978 Clifton Morris 1979 Frederic Bergerson 1980 George Grasty 1981 Don Armstrong 1983 Jack DeVries 1984 Wendy Furman 1985 Himi Ibrahim 1986 Richard Archer 1987 Anne Kiley 1988 Joseph Fairbanks 1989 Leslie Howard 1990 Rafael Chabran 1991 Gregory Woirol 1992 Irene Carlyle 1993 Robert Schambach 1994 Charles Adams 1995 Doreen O Connor 1996 Susanne Weil 1997 Jeff Decker 1998 Donilo Lozano 1999 Warren Hanson 2000 Seamus Lagan 2001 Robert Marks 2002 Cheryl Swift 2003

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  • Vice President for Academic Affairs | Whittier College
    goes beyond the confines of campus Students go out into the community to gain experience for the real world Learn more Prev Next In This Section Academics Mobile Menu Academics Home Departments Programs Majors Minors Pre Professional Programs Graduate Programs Liberal Education Program Goals Objectives Curriculum in Context Whittier Scholars Program Active Learning Centers of Distinction Faculty Masters Program International Study Summer Program Library Academic Services Honors Awards Honor Societies Academic Awards Fellowships Nerhood Teaching Award Academic Administration VP for Academic Affairs Associate Deans Department Chairs Registrar s Office Institutional Research Assessment Academic Requirements Policies Procedures You are here Home Academics Vice President for Academic Affairs Vice President for Academic Affairs On 3 May 2013 By admin 0 Comments Darrin Good was appointed vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty effective May 2015 In this role Good will lead all aspects of Whittier s academic program including the long term planning and development of the curriculum and the ongoing development of the faculty serving the undergraduate population and the graduate program in education Prior to his appointment Good served as the associate provost and dean of sciences and education at Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter Minn Known for his collaborative style Good led departments in the areas of education social sciences and natural sciences in a time where Gustavus moved up more than 20 places in U S News World Report rankings While at Augustana College in Rock Island Ill Good served on the faculty in the biology department since 1995 An extremely popular professor he was chosen six different times to deliver the Last Lecture address during senior week This is the equivalent of a teaching and mentoring award at Augustana In his numerous roles at Gustavus and Augustana Good was involved in nearly every facet

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  • Office of the Registrar | Whittier College
    The Rock For the Media Emergency Information Athletics Athletics Alumni Get Involved Our Alumni Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Registrar Slide Office of the Registrar Prev Next In This Section Registrar Mobile Calendars Schedule of Classes Final Exams Registration Registration Policies College Catalog Commencement Information Transcripts Verifications Veteran s Benefits Student Resources Faculty Resources Contact Us You are here Home Academic Administration Office of the Registrar Office of the Registrar On 7 May 2013 By admin 0 Comments It is our goal to make the important processes from enrolling in your first course at Whittier to graduating easier so you can focus on your academic pursuits The Office of the Registrar provides services designed to support Whittier College s community of students alumni faculty and staff Other responsibilities of the Registrar include Management of student academic records Registration and Class Scheduling Transcripts Degree and Enrollment Verifications Transfer course articulation Veteran s Services Instructional Space Scheduling Counseling students about academic concerns Maintaining

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  • Institutional Research & Assessment | Whittier College
    Students Contact Us Campus Life Campus Life Home Getting Involved Housing Food Health Exercise Sustainability Student Support First Year at Whittier News Events Office of Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information Athletics Athletics Alumni Get Involved Our Alumni Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Institutional Research Assessment Slider Institutional Research Assessment Prev Next In This Section Institutional Research Assessment Mobile Menu Graduation Retention Rates Fact Book Common Data Set Surveys Assessment WASC Contact Us You are here Home Academics Institutional Research Assessment Institutional Research Assessment On 18 Jul 2013 By admin 0 Comments The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment OIRA supports the mission and strategic values of the college through a culture of evidence base planning The mission of the OIRA is threefold To provide timely accurate and unbiased data and analysis a to support strategic planning and organizational effectiveness initiatives of the College and b to meet external reporting obligations To facilitate the

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  • Academic Requirements, Policies & Procedures | Whittier College
    Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Academics Homepage Majors Minors Whittier offers more than 30 majors and minors across departments and interdisciplinary and pre professional programs Learn more Graduate Programs Those seeking an advanced degree from Whittier College can pursue the program in education or in law Learn more Active Learning At Whittier education goes beyond the confines of campus Students go out into the community to gain experience for the real world Learn more Prev Next In This Section Academics Mobile Menu Academics Home Departments Programs Majors Minors Pre Professional Programs Graduate Programs Liberal Education Program Goals Objectives Curriculum in Context Whittier Scholars Program Active Learning Centers of Distinction Faculty Masters Program International Study Summer Program Library Academic Services Honors Awards Honor Societies Academic Awards Fellowships Nerhood Teaching Award Academic Administration VP for Academic Affairs Registrar s Office Institutional Research Assessment Academic Requirements Policies Procedures You are here Home Academics Academic Requirements Policies Procedures Academic Requirements Policies Procedures On 3 May 2013 By admin 0 Comments A student enrolled at Whittier College assumes an obligation to conduct himself or herself in a manner compatible with the College s function as an educational institution As such there are a number of academic requirements policies and procedures that have been carefully developed in order to ensure all students have an equal chance to succeed Each student is expected to follow these academic standards throughout the duration of his or her years at Whittier These established policies and procedures include Degree Requirements Academic Advising Academic Honesty Academic Review Statement of Academic Freedom Whittier College adheres to the principles on academic

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