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Now in its fifth year, the Alumni Discovery Project at Whitworth is an innovative initiative based in the office of alumni relations. It provides Whitworth with the opportunity to hear your unique story.
Our hope is that, over the next few years, some of our most talented Whitworth students and recent graduates will meet with selected alumni throughout the world as a part of this initiative. Our student ambassadors will also want to hear about alum's experiences at Whitworth, about the lives that graduates have made in the years since they left Whitworth, about the role the mind-and-heart mission has played in their vocational lives, and about what Whitworth means to each of them. And this effort will give alumni the opportunity to hear first-hand about life on campus today.
Since 1890, Whitworth has upheld its mission to provide an education of mind and heart to its students, and we believe that the Alumni Discovery Project fits well into this vision. We believe that the stories of all Whitworthians are important and worthy of sharing.
We're excited to provide an opportunity for the unique Whitworth community to continue to grow as students and alumni meet over a cup of coffee and share their distinctive and common stories.
Lauren Roberts, '14
Where do our interviewed alumni live now?
As of January 2017