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  • Surveys | Whittier College
    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 Institutional Research Assessment Surveys Surveys On 20 Jul 2015 By mhutaff 0 Comments The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment OIRA oversees the administration of national surveys to the Whittier College community for the use of informed decision making Survey Calendar Types of Surveys Results National Survey of Student Engagement NSSE NSSE2015 Engagement Indicators NSSE2015 Engagement Indicators and Top Ten Percent NSSE2015 High Impact Practices NSSE2015 Pocket Guide Report NSSE2015 Snapshot BCSSE2014 NSSE2015 Combined Report Higher Education Data Sharing HEDS Consortium Teaching

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  • Department & Program Review Schedule | Whittier College
    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 Department and Program Review Schedule Assessment Resources WASC Contact Us You are here Home Institutional Research Assessment Department Program Review Schedule Department Program Review Schedule On 20 Jul 2015 By mhutaff 0 Comments Cycle 2014 2019 To download a detailed pdf copy of the current 5 year cycle click here 2014 2015 2015 2016 2016 2017 2017 2018 2018 2019 Department Chemistry Physics ECON Program EDUC MA ENV Science GCS Department Art Art History BSAD Math Program SOWK ENV Studies Department Child Develop Religion Modern Lang Psychology Bio

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  • Assessment Resources | Whittier College
    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 Department and Program Review Schedule Assessment Resources WASC Contact Us You are here Home Institutional Research Assessment Assessment Resources Assessment Resources On 20 Jul 2015 By mhutaff 0 Comments Departments and programs are encouraged to engage in assessment activities that will provide useful and meaningful products results narratives and data that will improve student learning curriculum development and pedagogy Our goal is for assessment to be systemic systematic transparent and accessible Helpful Guidelines for Assessment COHORT To do List 2014 2019 Year 1 of Department Program Assessment Cycle Department Program Self Study Internal Review Selecting External Reviewers Letters to External Reviewer Template of External Reviewer Visit After the Visit Report External Reviewer Report Year 2 of Department Program

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  • Contact Us | Whittier College
    Know Us Apply for Admission Financial Aid Costs Admitted 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 Institutional Research Assessment Contact Us Contact Us On 18 Jul 2013 By admin 0 Comments Institutional Research Assessment Hoover 007 562 907 5120 Hours of Operation Monday Friday 8 00 a m 5 00 p m Staff Gary Whisenand Director of Institutional Research Assessment Hoover 007 gwhisena whittier edu 562 907 5120 Susana Santos Ph D Associate Director of Institutional Research Assessment ssantos3 whittier edu Hoover 006 562

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  • WASC | Whittier College
    Aid First Year Students International Students Transfer Students Graduate Students Get to Know Us Apply for Admission Financial Aid Costs Admitted 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 Institutional Research Assessment WASC WASC On 20 Jul 2015 By mhutaff 0 Comments Questions about this timeline should be directed to the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment at 562 907 5120 To download a copy of our WASC Senior College and University Commission 2022 Timeline click here Resources WASC Document List WASC Handbook 2013 Degree

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  • Current Exhibitions | 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 Greenleaf Slider Greenleaf Gallery Prev Next In This Section Green Leaf Gallery Mobile Home Current Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Visit Submissions Contact Us You are here Home Greenleaf Gallery Current Exhibitions Current Exhibitions On 27 Apr 2013 By rrafferty 0 Comments Observations in No Man s Land Derek Coté Exhibition January 18 to March 4 2016 Artist talk and reception Monday January 18 7 p m Observations in No Man s Land presents a grouping of sculptures and small video installations based on several years of physical research and visual observation in the Arctic regions of Alaska Iceland and Svalbard The exhibition will also feature Bardo a short twelve minute film shot entirely in the abandoned Soviet utopia of Pyramiden the soundtrack for which was recorded on the world s northernmost Red October grand piano Bardo is a testament of 1990 s Soviet tenacity but also documents the lonely and pristine landscape above the 78th parallel As a frustrated architect explorer and aspiring social examiner Derek Coté received his MFA in sculpture and extended media at Virginia Commonwealth University He has exhibited nationally and internationally including exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum of Art Tacoma Art Museum Art Museum of the University of Memphis Houston Center for Photography Exit Art AC Institute and Roebling Hall in New York City Marmara University in Istanbul Marc DePuechredon Gallery in Basel and Kunsthaus Rhenania in Cologne Coté has received

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  • Past Exhibitions | Whittier College
    art education for all children and encourages support for quality school art programs The California Art Education Association CAEA sponsors county Youth Art Month exhibitions each year The first second and third place winners in each county and of each age group K 2 3 5 6 8 and High School go on to an area show This year s southern area show at the Whittier College Greenleaf Gallery has students from Los Angeles Orange Riverside San Bernardino and San Diego counties The California Art Education Association CAEA is the professional educational organization for pre K through university educators working in all areas of the visual arts The mission of CAEA is to strengthen visual arts education by providing professional development a collaborative network for visual arts education professionals and advocacy Diana Behl Maybe Bermuda Exhibition Dates January 19 March 6 2015 Artist talk Monday January 19 at 7 p m Maybe Bermuda draws its name from a happenstance juxtaposition of collage elements The works in this exhibition encompass a fusion of multiple sources acknowledging Henri Matisse s paper cutouts and William S Burrough s literary Cut Ups Salvaged printed proofs forgotten then found scribbled notes painted and cut paper are culled together to connect disparate fragments Though contrary to the writer s chance based Cut Up practice I am most often reconfiguring and re contextualizing years of collected material in a gestated manner at times seeking both a textural harmony and discord Diana Behl s recent work embodies an assortment of material exploration including print media collage and drawing Her images are prompted by specific instances memories of places visited passages read bits of everyday references or interactions of material and form both in and outside of the studio Using these prompts her practice then evolves around the improvisation and discovery uncovered while making further enabling form to embody the evolution of that specific cue She has exhibited works in the Upper Midwest at the Soo Visual Arts Center Highpoint Center for Printmaking and Minnesota for Book Arts Minneapolis MN the South Dakota Art Museum Brookings SD and Ipso Gallery Sioux Falls SD as well as at venues such as the International Print Center New York NY NY and SPACE Pittsburgh PA Her works on paper have been featured in the Western Edition of New American Paintings Volume 66 and the 2004 New American Paintings MFA Annual A past recipient of a South Dakota Arts Council grant Diana Behl holds an MFA from The University of Iowa and a BFA from Bowling Green State University She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Visual Arts at South Dakota State University Troy Richards and Ashley John Pigford twoLovers Exhibition December 1 2014 January 16 2015 Artist Talk and Reception December 2 2014 7 p m Reception October 19 2014 3 00 p m to 5 00 p m twoLovers is one of a developing series of works that embody technology with human qualities in order to investigate interpersonal relationships issues of power and group dynamics These works are created utilizing simple robots built and programmed by the artists to write draw while navigating space The two robots circumnavigate the gallery but never come in contact with one another and never unite there is a romantic love that goes unconsummated In doing so they cover the floor writing searching and yearning Through this work we are interested in exploring the idea of just what it means to be human when as philosopher Joel Marks has written Today it seems plausible to postulate that we are material mechanisms of a high order who have evolved from common ancestors with the other animals and plants and may eventually merge with our digital creations to become trans human cyborgs Where once we understood ourselves in relation to animals and some kind of divine being or beings we now can add a new category robots 2014 Storytelling by Ihrie Means Exhibition March 4 April 18 2014 Artist Talk Tues March 4 7 p m This exhibit is arranged to give an unedited non glorified look at the process of putting together a graphic novel By bringing my studio into the gallery space visitors will get the chance to see what goes into the making of two very different genres of graphic narrative The Saltines Are Getting By a completed graphic novel will be displayed in both its finished form and in its various stages of completion The Saltines is a dark humorous look at the unexplored world of saltine crackers An Apartment for the Disappearer a graphic novel in progress will be shown in its current unfinished state An Apartment is an intertwined love story centering around two high school students whose lives converge in adulthood in a seemingly very unpleasant way Both book projects are constructed out of drawings and paintings pieced together into more complex layouts Visitors to the exhibit will be able to flip through all the rejected layouts rejected drawings completed layouts revisions and sketches This is an opportunity to see an artist s process Interaction is encouraged and thoughts and suggestions are welcome Means was born in Frederick MD in 1976 She earned her BFA in Painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 1998 and her MFA in painting and printmaking from Yale School of Art in 2003 She also studied fine furniture making at the Penland School of Art and Craft Her studio practice includes intaglio printmaking sculpture painting illustration and video work Her drawings have appeared in the New Yorker Magazine in Simon and Schuster s Johnny Appleseed The Man The Myth The American Story and on the covers of Clockroot Book s trilogy of narrative works by Margarita Karapanou She has also designed album art for Thrill Jockey Records Her work has been exhibited at Moravian College Brooklyn Fireproof Gallery and Capsule Gallery among others Means teaches video art at the Educational Center for the Arts in New Haven CT and is an adjunct professor of fine arts at Southern Connecticut State College Mindy Shapero Spring 2014 March 27 7 00 p m Los Angeles based artist Mindy Shapero earned her BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art and her MFA from UCLA Her work has been shown widely at galleries and museums across the nation and abroad including the Wexner Center for the Arts Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum the Hirshhorn Museum and the UCLA Hammer Museum The work of Los Angeles based artist Mindy Shapero fuses an elaborate crafty materialism with spiritual undertones As Village Voice critic Jerry Saltz writes Shapero s amazing feel for color and materials results in a tactile and visually intensive work with a mesmerizing jolt Her drawings become transformed into totemic spirits while the sculptures look like matter organizing itself into other life forms or states of ecstatic consciousness These elements of colorful labor intensive shamanistic sensationalism that result in works charged with an archetypical totemic presence Their highly visual impact and transgressive logic reinforce the connotations towards a critique of rationalism while staying true to the postmodern tradition of assemblage that unveils the metaphysical paranormal undertones of Mindy Shapero s fantasy world My work is not about thing ness its not object oriented it s narrative based this is how Mindy Shapero describes her art She is not the only artist who tells herself wild stories as a way to make her work come to life In surprising ways the narrative trajectory of her work ricochets off the likes of Lucas Samaras flies past Louise Bourgeois and lands somewhere near Mary Shelley Her influences include the paranormal images of English Romantic painter Henry Fuseli Andre Breton s automatic writing and offbeat works of fantastic literature like Jan Potocki s 1804 Saragossa Manuscript the last a transfixing mise en abyme that abounds in supernatural forests esoteric rites and gothic horror The Breeder Gallery Bob Alderette and Margaret Lazzari Place Change Light Exhibition Dates January 22 February 28 2014 Reception Wednesday January 22 Whittier College is pleased to present two discreet bodies of work by Los Angeles artists Bob Alderette and Margaret Lazzari Place Change Light juxtaposes these artists approaches to the act of painting Through the physical abutting and layering of both representational and non representational imagery on traditional and non traditional surfaces Alderette s work explores the idea of paintings as portable non permanent objects Conversely Lazzari s work is rooted in a more traditional approach to painting While her large works reference landscape space they are devoid of anything specifically representational Through color saturation density and layering she explores ideas of tension energy and movement in space Klutch Stanaway Return to the Unknown Exhibition Dates December 2 2013 January 17 2014 Reception Tuesday December 3 Klutch Stanaway is a sculptor investigating artifice and exploration He has had solo shows at SolwayJones Haus Gallery and at Spacecraft Gallery His work has been reviewed in Art Scene ArtForum com Artweek and LA Weekly Stanaway s sculptures and drawings have been exhibited throughout the US as well as in Germany and the Netherlands Klutch received an M F A in Sculpture from Cranbrook Academy of Art and a B F A from CSU Chico He is a sculpture professor at Fullerton College Like bad sci fi films from the 1950s my sculptures are layered with faux surface treatments futuristic efficiency and anachronism said Stanaway NASA explorations 50s science fiction films and common building materials are springboards for Return to the Unknown I explore the act of exploration by constructing simulated instruments and props The sculptures resemble lunar probes modernist sculptures and Exquisite Corpses with faux marble bodies on spindly legs I m trying to create objects that are multi faceted and ridiculous NASA DIYers and amateur tinkerers strive to understand their universe I feel their ambition is universal and so I am more interested in the act of their pursuits as opposed to the results 2013 Jennifer D Anderson Reminiscent Exhibition Dates October 16 November 22 2013 Reception Wednesday October 16 2013 Jennifer D Anderson is an artist and educator with a creative and scholarly focus in printmaking Through the combination of traditional hand printmaking processes and digital imaging Anderson examines in her creative work the complexity of the human form and life creating hard harrowing images tempered by their vulnerability and ephemeral nature Her work has been exhibited in both national and international venues and is included in several public and private collections including the Royal Museum of Fine Art Antwerp Belgium and the Ben Shahn Center Galleries at William Paterson University She received a MFA from the University of Georgia and has taught at public and private institutions across the United States including workshops at the J Paul Getty Museum and the Craft and Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles She is currently assistant professor of art at Hollins University Carleton Christy Give Up Exhibition Dates September 9 October 11 2013 Reception Wednesday September 11 2013 Give Up is a solo exhibition by Long Beach based artist Carleton Christy Christy earned his MFA from Cal State Long Beach and his BFA from Brigham Young University He has shown his work at such venues as the Long Beach Museum of Art LACE and Sam Lee Gallery In his new body of work Christy presents a series of drawings and sculptural pieces some of which incorporate text and some of which are interactive There is a political undertone to the works and an exploration of what it means for one party or another to give up Some of the pieces address contemporary issues that we are all familiar with while others transcribe literal movements from conflicts centuries old Christy states To give up in some cases is a virtue Senior Exhibition Exhibition Dates April 22 2013 May 3 2013 Adrian Paules Facts and Opinions Exhibition Dates March 4 2013 April 19 2013 Reception Saturday March 9 2013 Facts and Opinions is a solo exhibition of new sculptures and drawings by Los Angeles based artist Adrian Paules Paules earned his MFA from Yale University and his BFA from Tyler School of Art He has had solo exhibitions at Parker Jones in Los Angeles and his work has been included in group shows at Black Dragon Society and Jail Gallery William Lamson Mercy of the Waves Exhibition Dates January 22 2013 March 1 2013 Artist Talk Tuesday January 22 2013 Reception Tuesday January 22 2013 Mercy of the Waves is a sculptural and sound installation in which sand from the beach and water from the Pacific Ocean form fragile structures that exist as undetermined durational events Lamson is a New York based artist who has had recent solo exhibitions at Pierogi Brooklyn Indianapolis Museum of Art and Honor Fraser Los Angeles and Museum of Contemporary Art Denver Martin Shenal Secondary Nature Exhibition Dates November 26 2012 January 18 2013 Artist Talk Monday November 26 2013 Reception Monday November 26 2013 A solo exhibition by Martina Shenal Shenal is an Associate Professor of Art in the Photography division at the University of Arizona She earned her MFA from Arizona State University and a BFA from The Ohio State University Prior to relocating to Tucson Shenal was an Assistant Professor of Art at the Memphis College of Art from 1998 2004 2012 Kyle Riedel She Speaks Exhibition Dates September 3 October 12 2012 Artist Talk Thursday September 20 2012 Reception Thursday September 20 2012 A body of work from artist Kyle Riedel Riedel received his MFA in Transmedia from University of Texas Austin and he is currently an associate professor at California State University Long Beach He has exhibited his work internationally and he recently completed residencies at the Banff Art Center in Canada and the Nida Art Colony in Lithuania Tm Gratkowski Accumulation Exhibition Dates January 2 February 10 2012 Artist Talk Thursday February 9 2012 Reception Thursday February 9 2012 A new body of work from Los Angeles based artist Tm Gratkowski Gratkowski did his undergraduate work at University of Wisconsin and he earned his MA from Sci Arch He has exhibited his work widely with recently solo exhibitions at Blythe Projects and Gallery 825 and recent group exhibitions at the Torrance art Museum LA Municipal Art Gallery and the Armory Center for the Arts 2011 Artist Xana Kudrjavcev DeMilner Artist Talk Monday November 21 2011 A new body of work from Los Angeles based artist Xana Kudrjavcev DeMilner Kudrjavcev DeMilner earned her BA from Swarthmore College and her MFA from Yale University and she has exhibited her work nationally and internationally at venues including ACME Los Angeles ICA Philadelphia Kunst Werke Berlin and Nosadella due Bologna Dawn Hunter Sid and Nancy Go Back to the Beach Exhibition Dates October 17 November 19 2011 Artist Talk Wednesday October 19 2011 A new body of work from South Carolina based artist Dawn Hunter Hunter earned her BFA from Kansas City Art Institute and her MFA from University of California Davis and she is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of South Carolina Columbia Hunter has exhibited widely throughout the country Some of her most recent accomplishments include solo exhibitions at Ithaca College Handwerker Gallery University of Wisconsin Madison and at Brown University Sarah Doyle Gallery In the exhibition Sid and Nancy Go Back to the Beach Dawn Hunter utilizes iconic images that explore fashion lifestyle and capitalism Within her images of cultural displacement she charts a history of commodity and consumption that result in or represent fiasco Jamie Sweetman Layered Exhibition Dates September 5 October 7 2011 Artist Talk Wednesday September 21 2011 Reception Wednesday September 21 2011 A new body of work from Los Angeles based artist Jamie Sweetman Sweetman has exhibited widely throughout California and in recent years she has shown her work at the Brand Library the Long Beach Museum of Art and the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery among numerous other venues Sweetman earned her BFA from the University of California Los Angeles and her MFA from California State University Long Beach and she teaches drawing courses at the University of Southern California California State University Long Beach and the J Paul Getty Museum Diana Baumbach Heimlich Reset Exhibition Dates February 14 March 25 2011 Artist Talk Monday February 14 2011 A new body of work from Wyoming based artist Diana Baumbach Baumbach earned her BFA from Washington University in St Louis and her MFA from Southern Illinois University Carbondale Recently she has had solo exhibitions at Dynamo Expo in the Netherlands and at Penn State University Baumbach is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Wyoming Stella Ebner FOLKS IT DOESN T GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS Exhibition Dates January 10 February 11 2011 Artist Talk part of the Garrett House Working Artists Series Thursday February 10 2011 Opening Reception Thursday February 10 2011 A new body of screen prints from New York based artist Stella Ebner Ebner earned her BFA from the University of Minnesota Minneapolis and her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design She has exhibited at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Artists Gallery International Print Center New York and Boston Center for the Arts and Kala Art Institute among other venues Ebner is currently an Assistant Professor at SUNY Purchase 2010 Lisha Bai Nicole Belle Alexa Forosty Erik Frydenborg Justin Horne Adrian Paules and Rachel Roske Material Gravity Curated by Jenny Herrick Exhibition Dates November 16 December 17 2010 Opening Reception Saturday November 20 2010 Artist Talk with Adrian Paules made possible by the Garrett House Working Artists Series Monday December 6 2010 Noah Thomas Ten Years Gone Exhibition Dates October 11 November 12 2010 Artist Talk Thursday October 14 2010 Closing Reception Thursday October 14 2010 Ten Years Gone is a solo exhibition of artwork by Noah Thomas Thomas lives and works as a multimedia sculptor in Long Beach CA After receiving his BA in Piano Performance at Skidmore College he studied sculpture at California State

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  • Visit | Whittier College
    Admission Aid First Year Students International Students Transfer Students Graduate Students Get to Know Us Apply for Admission Financial Aid Costs Admitted 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 Greenleaf Slider Greenleaf Gallery Prev Next In This Section Green Leaf Gallery Mobile Home Current Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Visit Submissions Contact Us You are here Home Greenleaf Gallery Visit Visit On 27 Apr 2013 By rrafferty 0 Comments Greenleaf Gallery Mendenhall Lobby First Floor 13406 E Philadelphia Street Whittier Hours of Operation Monday Friday 8 a m to 5 p m Directions From Los Angeles take the 60 East to the 605 South Exit Beverly Boulevard East to Painter Avenue Make a right onto Painter and left onto Philadelphia

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