Whitworth Professor of Theatre Diana Trotter stars in Lake City Playhouse’s Wit, by Margaret Edson, which runs through March 9 at the Lake City Playhouse, in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. In “Review: Trotter as Bearing Lifts Lake City’s ‘Wit,’” The Spokesman-Review commends Trotter’s performance and her embodiment of the central character, Vivian Bearing, a professor of 17th-century poetry. Call (208) 667-1323 for tickets.
Whitworth Provost Caroline Simon announced March 3 the appointment of Barbara Sanders, Ed.D, as dean of Whitworth’s School of Education. Sanders brings to the position her deep expertise in educational research and her 18 years as a Whitworth faculty member; she has served as interim dean of the School of Education since February 2013. Sanders began work in her new role immediately.
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine has ranked Whitworth University the 10th Best College Value among private universities in the West and Southwestern U.S. for 2014. Nationally, Whitworth is ranked 44th.
Event includes presentations on topics related to “Race, Gender, and
Religious Identities,” led by PC(USA) Moderator Neal Presa
Whitworth University will host the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s third Conversation on Unity with Difference March 12-14 in the Seeley Mudd Chapel. The three-day event, organized and led by PC(USA) Moderator Neal Presa, will feature seven presentations on topics related to race, gender and religious identities.