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Graduate School Blog

The Wheaton College Graduate School Blog

This blog features stories from the Wheaton College Graduate School. Hear from expert Wheaton College faculty, current students, and alumni as they reflect on the mission of the Graduate School: servant scholarship and leadership through exceptional graduate programs for Christ and His Kingdom, with a vision to see God transforming the world through scholars and practitioners rooted in Christ and equipped for global leadership.

Recent Posts

Dr. Everett Worthington
Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.A.), Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.), Graduate School, Marriage & Family Therapy (M.A.)
Worthington to Visit Wheaton as Distinguished Professor of Psychology
Dr. Everett Worthington, notable for his research into the psychology of forgiveness, will visit Wheaton's school of Psychology, Counseling, and Family Therapy as Visiting Distinguished Professor of Psychology
Wheaton College Blanchard
News, Press Release
Wheaton College Announces New Schools, New Initiatives
Today, Wheaton announces the formation of three schools within the College: A School of Biblical and Theological Studies, a School of Mission, Ministry, and Leadership and a School of Psychology, Counseling, and Family Therapy.
Students outside smiling
Graduate School, History of Christianity (M.A.), Theology (M.A.)
Meet the Graduate Chapel Student Chaplains
This fall, graduate students Katherine Goodwin of California (M.A. in History of Christianity '19) and Nathan Somanathan of Sri Lanka (M.A. in Historical Theology '19), are bringing their backgrounds in church ministry, intercultural insight, a strong sense of community and care to the office of the Graduate School Chaplain. We sat down with them and asked about the spiritual side to their own journey of coming to Wheaton College Graduate School and what Grad Chapel means for them.
Rachel Linden Author
#MyWheaton Alumni, Graduate School, Intercultural Studies (M.A.), MyWheaton Alumni
Choosing Every Day Brave: Author and Wheaton College Graduate School Alumna Reflects on a Year of (Intercultural) Transition
House burning from outside
Biblical and Theological Studies (Ph.D.), Graduate School, Theology (M.A.)
Theology Through Fire: Dr. Daniel Treier on Finitude, Privilege, and Grace
This week's story is an interview with Dr. Daniel Treier, Gunther E. Knoedler Professor of Theology and Director of the Ph.D. in Biblical and Theological Studies Program. Dr. Treier and his wife, Dr. Amy Black, Professor of Political Science at Wheaton College, lost their family home last year in a tragic house fire. In this interview, Dr. Treier shares how his work as a theologian, writer, and academic have developed in the year since their tragedy.
Graduate School, HDI, Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership (M.A.)
HDI Leader Talks Immigration in Washington, D.C.
Kent Annan of the Humanitarian Disaster Institute shares about his recent trip to Washington, D.C. to discuss the border crisis, refugees, and DACA.
Graduate School, HDI, Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership (M.A.), News
Kent Annan Joins Humanitarian Disaster Institute to Direct New MA Program
Kent Annan, cofounder of Haiti Partners, recently joined Wheaton College as director of Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership at the Humanitarian Disaster Institute (HDI), where he will provide leadership for the new M.A. program.
group photo outside Hemeji Castle Japan
Biblical and Theological Studies (Ph.D.), Biblical Exegesis (M.A.), Faculty, Graduate School
Dr. Walton's Travel Journal: 50+ Lectures and Sermons in 44 days
Dr. John Walton ('75), Professor of Old Testament in the faculty of the Biblical Exegesis M.A. Program has just returned from a jam-packed trip across the Pacific, giving 42 lectures and 11 sermons in just 44 days. Join Dr. Walton as he shares highlights from his journal.
Richard Stearns Accepts Award from Humanitarian and Disaster Institute
HDI, Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership (M.A.)
Richard Stearns Awarded First Annual Humanitarian Leadership Award
The Humanitarian Disaster Institute (HDI) awarded Richard Stearns, retiring president of World Vision U.S., their first annual Humanitarian Leadership Award for “exemplary leadership in the humanitarian field over the entirety of his career.”
Female student standing outdoors and smiling
Graduate School, History of Christianity (M.A.)
How a Pianist Discovered Church History
Maddie MacMath standing in front of Intercultural Studies department hallway map and smiling
Graduate School, TESOL and Intercultural Studies (M.A.)
One Step at a Time
Maddie MacMath (M.A. '18) shares her step-by-step journey to and through the accelerated M.A. in TESOL program at Wheaton College Graduate School.
Jenya Fazletinova standing by the river and smiling
Billy Graham Center, Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.), Graduate School
Faith and Psychology: a Billy Graham Scholar's Story
Jenya Fazletinova, a Billy Graham Scholar and Psy.D. Student at the Wheaton College Graduate School, shares how the Billy Graham legacy has helped her to connect faith and psychology.
Biblical Exegesis (M.A.), Graduate School
Finding a True Brother at Wheaton College Graduate School 
This blog features stories about Wheaton College Graduate School. This week's story features Joel and Shinhyoung, who share their story of how the challenges of language, homework, time, family, and ministry propelled them into a close friendship, rather than pushing them into isolation.
Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.A.), Graduate School
How Clinical Mental Health Counseling Is Helping One Pastor Serve His Congregation
Li, the pastor of a small Chinese-American church in the western suburbs of Chicago, found that there was a great need for counseling in his community. His journey led him to the Clinical and Mental Health Counseling M.A. program.