Home > University Communications >
Whitworth Today: Summer 2002
Whitworth Today is Whitworth's alumni magazine, published twice each year, in midwinter
and early summer.
Student leadership at Whitworth: Building community, training
Contributing to the Common Good (PDF)
Students earning minors through Whitworth's Leadership Studies Program
apply an innovative theory, "transforming leadership,"
in an ambitious annual project to help stamp out global hunger.
In this and a number of other ways, the Leadership Studies Program,
established in 1998, is preparing students for lives of effective,
skillful, heart-to-heart leadership.
the Whitworth Way (PDF)
Whitworth students are more likely to run into a resident assistant
in a small-group meeting or during a zany lunge stunt than in a
disciplinary encounter. That's no accident. The college hires more
student leaders for more diverse roles, and places more emphasis
on relationship- and community-building than most other colleges
and universities. Now, national attention is being focused on Whitworth's
Alumni: Leaders in Action (PDF)
Whitworth has a long tradition of preparing -- and allowing -- its
students to lead. Catch up with Cindy Gorman, '71, Marquis Nuby,
'85, and Travis Sines, '95, and find out how they have built upon
their undergraduate leadership experiences in their careers and
their lives. more...