Alumni Experiences During COVID

Many alumni play significant roles during the COVID-19 pandemic

Wheaton’s calling to train insightful, compassionate, servant-hearted leaders has never been more critical.

  • How the coronavirus pandemic has enabled Mayo Clinic oncologist Dr. Matthew Goetz ’92 to provide care for breast cancer patients in innovative ways

  • Lexie Goertzen ’10 survived COVID-19 and is putting her experience into practice as a pediatric clinical research coordinator for critical care at a Minneapolis hospital.

  • In the midst of the trauma of intubation, Emily Mindrebo Miner ’10 draws “sweetness” from the Wheaton College community.

  • Wheaton College alumnus Caleb Luk ’17 is on the front lines of fighting the pandemic in Chicagoland.

  • Wheaton College alumna Jessica Anderson '11 shares her experience of working as an ICU nurse during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

  • Evan Anderson ’95 is working to test a COVID-19 vaccine candidate as quickly and safely as possible.