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Wheaton College Announces the New Wheaton Center for Faith & Innovation
After five years of existence, Opus: The Art of Work will relaunch as the Wheaton Center for Faith & Innovation, with a mission to offer resources and programming that emphasizes how Christian calling is a call to whole-life discipleship.
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#MyWheaton Student
Growing in Faith Through the Midst of Uncertainty
Nicole Kennedy ’19 is an English major from Flower Mound, Texas. In this MyWheaton blog post, Nicole reflects on her last four years spent at Wheaton, especially in the light of her leadership role as Senior Class Chaplain for this year.
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2018-19 Student and Alumni Awards, News
Kevin Tully: Math Major-Grill Master
During a research program at James Madison University, Wheaton College student Kevin Tully showed how math comes into the equation when grilling steak.
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Wheaton College Announces New Robert B. And Anna E. Oliver Endowed Chair of World Religions
With the generous gift of alumni who wish to remain anonymous, Wheaton College is proud to announce the new Robert B. And Anna E. Oliver Endowed Chair of World Religions.
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#MyWheaton Student, Diversity
From First Fears to Lasting Relationships
Eugene Bae ’21 is an elementary education major with ESL endorsement. Though born and raised in South Korea, Eugene spent her high school years in Saipan (CNMI) before coming to Wheaton. In this MyWheaton blog post, Eugene shares how her experiences as an international student and Ladder leader have shaped her community at Wheaton.
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2018-19 Faculty Awards, News
Wheaton College Associate Professor Dr. Hannah Stolze is Awarded a Fulbright for Teaching
With her newly awarded Fulbright, Dr. Hannah Stolze will spend the 2020 spring semester teaching at Jakarta, Indonesia’s Universitas Pelita Harapan.
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Faculty, News
Wheaton College Announces New Faith and Disability Initiative
With its new Faith and Disability Initiative, Wheaton College will strive to give churches and schools guidance on integrating people with disabilities into the community.
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Wheaton Experts
Leadership and Humility
Dr. Margaret DuPlissis Diddams ’83 is the provost of Wheaton College. In this Wheaton Experts post, she discusses the relationship between leadership and humility.
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#MyWheaton Student, Arts & Music
Learning to be Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable
Amy Kirk ’20 is a music education major from Harrisonburg, Virgina. In this MyWheaton blog post, Amy reflects on her experiences as a member of Concert Choir and how the group has provided her with unexpected opportunities to find freedom in experiencing discomfort.
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Wheaton Experts
The Enduring Impact of Black Music
As Black History Month draws to a close, Dr. Johann Buis wrote this Wheaton Experts post, which reflects on the qualities of Black music in America and its enduring impact.
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Arts & Music, Wheaton Experts
The Importance of Improvisation
John William Trotter serves as an associate professor of music at Wheaton College and was recently awarded the Leland Ryken Award for Teaching Excellence in the Humanities. In this Wheaton Experts blog, he shares how important the ability to improvise is in music and our daily lives.
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Biblical Exegesis (M.A.), Faculty, Graduate School, News
Dr. Esau McCaulley to Join Wheaton College as Assistant Professor of New Testament
Wheaton College is pleased to announce that Dr. Esau McCaulley will join the School of Biblical and Theological Studies in the Fall of 2019 as an assistant professor.
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Arts & Music, News
Wheaton College Conservatory of Music to Host the 5th Annual High School Music Camp
This summer, the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music is hosting a Music Camp geared to upcoming ninth through twelfth graders.
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#MyWheaton Student, Arena Theater, Arts at Wheaton
To Workout our Faith with Fear and Trembling
Collin Kavanaugh '21 is an English major with a concentration in literature from Frankfort, IL. In this MyWheaton blog post, Collin describes his experiences as a member of Arena Theater and the deep community he’s found with Workout.