“I always joke that Juli and Mary Claire are like the ‘Thelma and Louise’ of resources at Whitman ... They are up for any challenge.”
Whitties have earned a Watson fellowship and five Fulbright grants, along with other national awards for a total of 39 national fellowships, scholarships and grants this year
The grant will support academic excellence by funding eight tenure-track faculty positions
A gallery of student photographers' shots of campus life in the 2010-11 academic year.
Whitman community welcomes back yearbook
The spectrum of Tom Hines’ roles on the Harper Joy Theatre stage, on campus and within the global theater community has been wide. But perhaps the one he will miss most is that of mentor.
Two up-and-coming herpetologists presented their independent research at the Joint Meetings of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists in Minneapolis in July 2011.
With 10 watts, a state-of-the-art transmitter, a single-bay antenna and a high-fidelity FM signal, KWCW went on the air in January 1971, one of the first student-licensed and -operated radio stations in the country.
Julia Ireland, assistant professor of philosophy, has been awarded a $6,000 summer stipend from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
Honoring former Treasurer and CFO Janice Abraham, this award is presented annually to staff members who have made significant contributions and demonstrated outstanding service to Whitman.
Staff and faculty assembled this May to honor faculty excellence and service.
Christopher Leise, assistant professor of English, has co-edited and written the introduction to a book of critical essays on Pynchon's work.
Coach Jared Holowaty, who stocked his program this spring with the largest recruiting class in recent memory, has many of his players honing their skills this summer in college leagues from New England to Hawaii.
Highlights of Whitman Athletics.
“It is no coincidence that our steady progress up the NWC rankings has taken place since the W Club established itself five years ago.” – Dean Snider, athletics director
Since the Fouts Center for Visual Arts opened its doors in September 2008, it has become the focal point for art and artistry on campus.