Entries by Andrea Rehn

More about me

Born in the backseat of a light blue Dodge Dart on the side of a highway in California’s Mojave Desert, I did little else of note for some years. While I always loved reading, especially Frank Herbert’s Dune and everything written by Charles Dickens, I nevertheless pursued a precarious but satisfying career as a ballet dancer in …

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Locating Justice: An Introduction to Digital Mapping using Esri StoryMaps

DibLibArts welcomes Shannon Julius, GIS Analyst for the City of Whittier, to campus to offer an introductory workshop in GIS analysis and visualization. Students, Faculty, and Campus Community Members are invited. No prior experience with digital mapping is assumed. All you need is a laptop and your sense of curiosity. Come to this workshop to learn …

Is Whittier Scholars the path for you?

This week first year students at Whittier College are learning about the Whittier Scholars Program. An alternative to the liberal education program, Scholars allows admitted students to design their own requirements for graduation from college. Here ar...

Neurodiversity and Neurotechnology Learning Community

Whittier College’s newest Learning Community, Neurodiversity and Neurotechnology (NNLC), has formed with faculty from the departments of Psychological Sciences, Child Development, and Kinesiology. The NNLC’s goal is to research technology that supports academic success among neurodiverse learners and to aid the reduction of stigmas associated with neurological differences. Learners with neurological obstacles such as dyslexia, …

#AACU 2018 Slides

Here are the slides that Bill Kronholm, Associate Professor of Mathematics and “Master of Domains” (@frivolousaxiom), Ty Lopez, Whittier Scholars Senior, and I presented today at #aacu 2018.