Molly Ivins, national political correspondent, receives the eighth Otis Social Justice Award. Her keynote is entitled “Human Rights and War.”
2009Wheaton Celebrates 175 Years
Wheaton College celebrates 175 yeas of operation.
2009Alumni of Color Conference
Wheaton Alumnae/i of Color Share Their Experiences in Support of Today’s Students of Color. The public discussion illuminated encouraging changes in Wheaton’s campus climate over the last decade.
2010Johnetta B. Cole Receives Otis Social Justice Award
Johnetta B. Cole, President Emerita of Bennett College and Spelman College and director of the National Museum of African Art at the Smithsonian, is the 10th recipient of the Otis Social Justice Award.
2011Helen Prejean Receives Otis Social Justice Award
Sister Helen Prejean, Pulitzer Prize-nominated author of Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty in the United States, receives the Otis Social Justice Award.
2011Peggy McIntosh Receives Otis Social Justice Award
Peggy McIntosh, associate director of Wellesley’s Centers for Women, receives the Otis Social Justice Award. Her keynote is entitled “Power and Privilege.”
2012Augustus White III Receives Otis Social Justice Award
Dr. Augustus White III of Harvard Medical School, author of Seeing Patients: Unconscious Bias in Health Care, receives the Otis Social Justice Award. His keynote is entitled “What Dr. Martin Luther King Would Want Us to Know About Health Care… Read More »
2017Robert Katende Receives Otis Social Justice Award
East African social entrepreneur and subject of the 2016 film, Queen of Katwe, receives the Otis Social Justice Award. His keynote is entitled “Hope Wins.”
20182018 Alumni of Color Conference
Wheaton’s 2018 Alumni of Color conference took place from April 6-8, 2018. The weekend event celebrated the achievements of the college’s community of students, alumni, faculty and staff. Formally titled “Reflection and Renewal: Remembering our Past, Shaping our Future, a… Read More »