The Hand and The Machine this is part of a year-long series of events done in collaboration with the Sheehan Gallery and Whitman’s Studio Art and Art History/Visual Culture departments. The series will bring over seven visiting artists to campus to lecture, provide workshops, and exhibit their works in a variety of spaces on campus throughout the 2014-2015 academic calendar.
In the fall of 2013, the Whitman Studio Art Department successfully...
INFORMATION SESSION in SCI 142 and REID TABLING - Learn about SFS - Environmental Field Studies Abroad - Where you can create a transformative study abroad experience through field-based learning and research! Whitman financial aid transfers for a semester studying on this exceptional Whitman Partner program.
The annual Ultimate Frisbee tournament, hosted by Whitman's own Whitman Mens and Womens Sweets, brings over 20 college and club Ultimate Frisbee teams to campus from around the Northwest. Games will occur primarily at the sports complex over the course of the weekend.
Free and open to the public.
The Whitman Undergraduate Conference is an annual celebration of the scholarship and creativity that Whitman students invest in their academic work and in unique projects outside the classroom.
Over the course of a full day in April, students are given the opportunity to present work they have completed as part of study-abroad programs, senior theses, summer research, fellowships, internships or independent projects.
WUC Program can be...
Adam Romero (UCLA Law) will be giving a public lecture on April 9 at 7pm entitled: "We are Gathered Here Today: The LGBT Movement After Marriage Equality."
Adam is the Senior Counsel and Arnold D. Kassoy Scholar of Law at The Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law.
Previously, Romero was a senior associate at the law firm WilmerHale, where he was a member of the Intellectual Property Litigation and Appellate and Supreme Court...
The lecture by Professor Tets Sato (an environmental biologist and Deputy Director General at the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature in Kyoto, Japan), will introduce the concepts of sato-yama (literally “village-mountain”) and sato-umi (literally “village-ocean”) which represent traditional Japanese land-use systems based on a balanced relationship between human beings and nature.
On June 27, 2007, the Japanese government announced...
Each spring, Whitman College welcomes prospective students and their families to experience the Whitman community in action. We hope you will join us on campus April 10, 2015! To register, click here:
For more information, go to: http://www.whitman.edu/admission-and-aid/visit/visitors-days/spring-visitors-day