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  • Poet Early Alert Program (PEAP) Policy | Whittier College
    meetings The Chair may call emergency meetings as needed Post Meeting Follow Up The Assistant to the Dean of Students will communicate via email with the member of the team who will follow up with the student and invite the person submitting the PEAP to be in contact with that team member The Assistant to the Dean of Students will enter the name of the student in the PEAP Access database and record any follow up notes When the case is closed the Assistant to the Dean of Students will send a follow up email to the submitter describing intervention and conclusion Reporting Incidents to the PEAP Team Any member of the campus community concerned about a student s behavior may submit an on line PEAP form Reports can also come from Incident Report forms from Campus Safety If a report is made involving an incident in progress and there is an imminent danger to person or property the reporter should call Campus Safety at x4911 or the Dean of Students Office at x4233 The Dean of Students will review the incident and proceed to address the situation in an appropriate manner and time frame Reporting team member s will collect more information invite guests to the PEAP meeting and or find another support needed to devise an effective response Managing Cases and Follow Up Procedures During regularly scheduled PEAP meetings members will Discuss any details involving cases Some situations may be relatively minor including but not limited to student s class attendance roommate conflicts family issues etc Consider the totality of information available at the time as they determine the next steps If appropriate generate a range of options and determine how best to respond In general students will be assigned to members of the PEAP team based on the following guidance a Relationship with student a team member who has a relationship with the student is often the best person to make initial contact b First year students are most likely assigned to the director of CAAS and First Year programs or the area coordinator working in the first year residence halls whether the are personal or academic c Academic concerns for upper class students will generally be referred to the director of center for advising and academic success d Students with disabilities will generally be referred to the director of Disability Services e Emotional personal concerns may be addressed by any member of the team including the dean or associate dean of students After discussion the Chair will in consultation with the PEAP team Designate a PEAP team member as the lead who will have the responsibility to gather more information as needed The lead will keep those members who need to know including the individual who submitted the PEAP informed with updates and will guide the implementation of the action plan Decide when incidents are closed The Chair will lead a debriefing about the incident and will make future recommendations based on the discussion Store and

    Original URL path: http://www.whittier.edu/campussafety/peap/policy (2016-01-26)
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  • Poet Early Alert Program (PEAP) Team | Whittier College
    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 Campus Safety Slide Campus Safety Prev Next In This Section Campus Safety Mobile Campus Safety Home About Us Services Programs Policies Procedures Forms Emergency Procedures Poet Early Alert Program PEAP PEAP Policy PEAP Team Megan s Law Campus Security Act Campus Parking Campus Safety Tips You are here Home Campus Safety Poet Early Alert Program PEAP Team Poet Early Alert Program PEAP Team On 18 Jul 2013 By admin 0 Comments Dr Joel Pérez Vice President and Dean of Students 562 907 4233 jperez whittier edu Jose Padilla Director of Campus Safety 562 907 4211 jpadilla whittier edu Andre Coleman Associate Dean of Students 562 907 4274 acoleman whittier edu Andrea Villegas Director of CAAS and First Year Programs 562 907 4818 avilleg2 whittier edu Joseph Melendez Stauffer Johnson Area Coordinator 562 907 4878

    Original URL path: http://www.whittier.edu/campussafety/peap/team (2016-01-26)
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  • Meet the Class of 2015: Jaimis Ulrich | Whittier College
    News Meet the Class of 2015 Jaimis Ulrich Meet the Class of 2015 Jaimis Ulrich On 16 Apr 2015 By pzurita 0 Comments Thursday April 16 2015 Whittier native Jaimis Ulrich 15 took a nontraditional path to finish her college education A transfer student from Mt San Antonio College and Rio Hondo College her educational journey has so far spanned 10 years During the time I was not in school I toured with my rock band called Crossed Keys while also working at Starbucks but the most fulfilling role I had outside of work and music was my role as the primary caregiver for my grandmother during her last stages of lung cancer said Ulrich In 2013 after taking care of her family Ulrich decided to put her music career on hold hang up her Starbucks apron and search for a new opportunity at Whittier College Ulrich decided to major in anthropology and sociology but most importantly she convinced herself to do everything in her power to make the most of her undergraduate experience During her short time at Whittier she was a freshman writing mentor and transfer student mentor worked for KPOET Radio was president of the anthropology sociology club helped start the Transfer Student Association she pledged and became an Ionian toured Hawaii with the choir she became a Mellon Mays Undergraduate MMUF fellow worked for professors in biology sociology and social work volunteered for the Acropolis yearbook played Motor Mouth Maybelle in Hairspray received Dean s List honors presented her research at seven academic conferences and was inducted into four honors societies But the experience that had the most impact came from her interest in her minor in religious studies Ulrich had the opportunity to take to study abroad course Sacred Spaces in Myanmar with Dr Jason

    Original URL path: http://www.whittier.edu/node/4059 (2016-01-26)
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  • Meet the Class of 2015: Jafet Diego | Whittier College
    Information You are here Home News Meet the Class of 2015 Jafet Diego Meet the Class of 2015 Jafet Diego On 20 Apr 2015 By pzurita 0 Comments Monday April 20 2015 As a first generation student and woman of color Jafet Diego 15 had to face several barriers to go to college The Whittier native was first introduced to the idea of going to college through the Whittier College Center for Engagement with Communities CEC Mentor Program run by Dr Joyce Kaufman and Associate Director David Sarabia This program pairs up local high school students with Whittier College students who serve as their mentors and has guided more than 100 students through the college application process A former mentee Diego decided to get involved with the CEC and give back by being a mentor herself As a mentor I took the time to get to know our mentees learn their struggles and help them apply to college I wanted to inspire them to make sure they succeed so they know they can be someone said Diego When prompted about her favorite class at Whittier she mentioned a variety of classes I really liked Middle Eastern Political Systems taught by Dr Kaufman because it places an emphasis on women and their role during times of conflict she said I found Dr Geirola s class Subaltern Voices Diversity and Marginalization interesting because we intentionally read material that tackled issues of racism sexism and marginalization I also enjoyed the workshop in urban studies taught by Dr Howard because we talked about our privilege on a daily basis I also want to thank Dr Geirola and Dr Lindgren for supporting me through my years here They were two of the few professors on this campus who I felt comfortable talking to about my

    Original URL path: http://www.whittier.edu/news/04-20-15-0 (2016-01-26)
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  • Meet the Class of 2015: Rebecca Robinson | Whittier College
    the Whittier College chapter of the World Organization for Early Childhood Education OMEP Her dedication in the classroom and field experience has secured her a spot in one of the top graduate programs in the country This last spring Robinson was one of six Whittier College students to assist with Victoria Educational Organisation VEO VEO s English language abroad program as part of the program s new Practicum Center for English speaking students in Hong Kong During her experience abroad Robinson gained a multicultural perspective on learning Teaching in Hong Kong allowed me to gain experience working with children who come from a different culture and are English language learners said Robinson The skills I developed in Hong Kong will help me in my future teaching career because most classrooms have students with diverse backgrounds and needs This experience became the foundation for my passion for teaching Robinson notes that upon transferring from University of California Irvine she was attracted to Whittier College s child development program I chose Whittier College because of the small class sizes and the on site lab at neighboring Broadoaks elementary school Professor of Education and Child Development Judith Wagner has been Robinson s great supporter through her Whittier education I have had the pleasure of learning from Judith in several classes and she has become an important mentor to me said Robinson She was my professor in preparation for my month long teaching practicum in Hong Kong Judith introduced me to children s rights advocacy through OMEP and this has strengthened my passion to become an elementary school teacher who is committed to social justice As a part of OMEP Robinson learned about the many needs of children locally and globally This organization gave Robinson of the perfect platform to promote awareness of children

    Original URL path: http://www.whittier.edu/news/04-27-15-0 (2016-01-26)
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  • Meet the Class of 2015: Gregory Carlson | Whittier College
    April 27 2015 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 After receiving his acceptance letter and great financial aid from Whittier Carlson made the decision of coming to Whittier without ever stepping on campus Although it was a big risk I can tell you it was well worth it Throughout his four years at Whittier the business major has been heavily involved on campus He s a member of the William Penn Society was the treasurer for Associated Students of Whittier College ASWC and he worked as phonathon caller for the Office of Advancement helping the raise funds for the College and is a member of the Senior Class Gift committee Being a part of a society has had a great impact on my skills and me as a college student said Carlson I have learned a great deal from a group of guys who always encourage its members to do their best academically and being professional in any work environment In the classroom Carlson was inspired by Professor of Finance Fatos Radoniqi 06 and is considering a career in financial analysis thanks to Radoniqi s teachings and advice Fatos is such a great professor because of his ability to display his knowledge on a great vast of subjects in the world of finance said Carlson Fatos has been nothing but great when advising me He has cleared up my schedule recommended me great classes and even told me about a summer class that is still today

    Original URL path: http://www.whittier.edu/news/04-27-15 (2016-01-26)
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  • Student Information | Whittier College
    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 Commencement Slider Meet the Class of 2015 Terry Jacob Terry Jacob found a way to blend his interest in environmental science with his passion for lacrosse Read more Meet the Class of 2015 Jessica Webster Business major and equestrian team member Jessica Webster shares her plans after Whittier Read more Meet the Class of 2015 Jaimis Ulrich Jaimis Ulrich took a nontraditional path to her undergraduate degree Read more Meet the Class of 2015 Jafet Diego Jafet Diego wants to continue working as an advocate in Whittier and serve as a resource to people of color Read more Meet the Class of 2015 Rebecca Robinson When I graduate and leave Whittier the things I will miss most are the companionship of my friends and the mentorship and support of my professors Read more Meet the Class of 2015 Greg Carlson Greg Carlson s advice to future Poets Take advantage of all opportunities that are presented Read more Prev Next In This Section Comme Mobile Pre Commencement Events Graduates Families Reception Student Information Cap Gown Graduation Announcements Photography Senior Class Gift Ceremony Information Schedule Distribution of Diplomas Families Guests Severe Weather Plan Parking Accommodations Commencement Traditions You are here Home Commencement Student Information Student Information On 9 May 2013 By admin 0 Comments Congratulations on your upcoming graduation It is sure to be a positive and memorable day for you and your family The following

    Original URL path: http://www.whittier.edu/commencement/studentinformation (2016-01-26)
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  • Cap & Gown | Whittier College
    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 Commencement Slider Meet the Class of 2015 Terry Jacob Terry Jacob found a way to blend his interest in environmental science with his passion for lacrosse Read more Meet the Class of 2015 Jessica Webster Business major and equestrian team member Jessica Webster shares her plans after Whittier Read more Meet the Class of 2015 Jaimis Ulrich Jaimis Ulrich took a nontraditional path to her undergraduate degree Read more Meet the Class of 2015 Jafet Diego Jafet Diego wants to continue working as an advocate in Whittier and serve as a resource to people of color Read more Meet the Class of 2015 Rebecca Robinson When I graduate and leave Whittier the things I will miss most are the companionship of my friends and the mentorship and support of my professors Read more Meet the Class of 2015 Greg Carlson Greg Carlson s advice to future Poets Take advantage of all opportunities that are presented Read more Prev Next In This Section Comme Mobile Pre Commencement Events Graduates Families Reception Student Information Cap Gown Graduation Announcements Photography Senior Class Gift Ceremony Information Schedule Distribution of Diplomas Families Guests Severe Weather Plan Parking Accommodations Commencement Traditions You are here Home Commencement Cap Gown Cap Gown On 9 May 2013 By admin 0 Comments Students are required to wear academic regalia for commencement You must purchase regalia from the Bookstore You will need to submit your height information to the registrar s office along with your Commencement Participation Form This must be done before Spring Break Once you have

    Original URL path: http://www.whittier.edu/commencement/capgown (2016-01-26)
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