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Whitworth wins national CASE award for video on Robinson presidency

June 23, 2011
With Grace and Truth: The Robinson Presidency receives esteemed Silver Award

Whitworth has won a prestigious Silver Award in the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) 2011 Circle of Excellence Program for a video, With Grace & Truth: The Robinson Presidency, commissioned to celebrate Whitworth President Emeritus Bill Robinson.

F. Dale Bruner, Timothy George, and Karen Petersen Finch to lead 36th annual Whitworth Institute of Ministry

June 21, 2011
F. Dale Bruner
Beloved Whitworth theology professor emeritus F. Dale Bruner, noted divinity school leader Timothy George, and current Whitworth theology professor Karen Petersen Finch will lead the 36th annual Whitworth Institute of Ministry July 11-15 on the Whitworth campus, in north Spokane. WIM provides clergy, laity, and their spouses and children with a week of spiritual encouragement, equipping for ministry, and inspiring worship.

UPDATE: To listen to podcasts from WIM 2011, please visit

Whitworth chief of staff appointed acting VP for admissions and financial aid

June 14, 2011
Greg Orwig brings success as communications director, strategic planner to new role

Whitworth Chief of Staff in the Office of the President Greg Orwig, '91, has been asked to put his extensive experience promoting Whitworth to internal and external audiences, as well overseeing strategic planning for the university, to work in a new role as the school's acting vice president for admissions and financial aid.

Whitworth psychology major awarded full-tuition scholarship from Woodrow Foundation

June 2, 2011
Working mother will finish degree thanks to scholarship

Whitworth senior Jessie Hodet didn't know if she would be able to return to school in the fall. A working mother to two special needs children, Hodet had returned to college after a nearly 10 year hiatus to finish her degree and make a better life for her family. But increasing financial pressures were threatening to delay those plans once again. Now Hodet will be able to graduate next spring after all, thanks to a $32,240 scholarship from the Woodrow Foundation. The scholarship covers tuition and books for the 2011-12 academic year.