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Wheaton College Professor Featured in Emmy Award-Winning Documentary
Wheaton College Associate Professor of Theology and History of Christianity Dr. Jennifer Powell McNutt was featured in the documentary, “A Call for Freedom,” which this past week won three Chicago/Midwest Emmys, including Best Historical Documentary.
Athletics, News
Wheaton College Football Player is Finalist for National Scholar-Athlete Award
Wheaton College Senior Eric Stevenson is among 13 finalists up for the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame’s William V. Campbell Trophy, which annually recognizes the nation’s best scholar-athlete.
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Biblical and Theological Studies (Ph.D.), Biblical Exegesis (M.A.), Faculty, Graduate School
Dr. Doug Moo: Environmentalism and the Gospel
Adapted from his latest book (with Jonathan Moo), "Creation Care: A Biblical Theology of the Natural World," New Testament Professor Dr. Douglas Moo shares a blog post on how the gospel can, and should, impact our relationship to the environment.
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Graduate School, HDI, Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership (M.A.)
From Commitment to Qualification
Dyer Bowers, a current M.A. student in the Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership program, shares her reflections on recent headlines about immigration and refugees, and speaks about the importance of matching a passion to help with the right qualifications.
Ethan Rosa
Athletics, News
Wheaton College and Roser Family Announce Ethan Roser Memorial Scholarship
Wheaton College and the family of Ethan Roser are pleased to jointly announce the availability of the Ethan Roser Memorial Scholarship.
MWS Worship News
Arts & Music, Press Release
Michael W. Smith to Headline Benefit Concert at Wheaton College October 18
Three-time Grammy Award-winning artist Michael W. Smith will perform a benefit concert on October 18, 2018, at 7:30 pm in Edman Chapel on the campus of Wheaton College.
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#MyWheaton Alumni, Global and Experiential Learning
Beyond Wheaton: Anthropology in Action
Sarah I. Han '16 graduated from Wheaton College with a degree in anthropology, and minors in biblical and theological studies and music. In this MyWheaton blog post, she writes of her undergraduate research on displaced Baloch women in Al Ain, U.A.E., and her road from Wheaton to graduate school in New York.
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#MyWheaton Student, Global and Experiential Learning, HNGR - Human Needs and Global Resources, Liberal Arts
Vocational Nudging in Kenya
Hannah Sanders '20 is an interdisciplinary studies major, focusing on applied health science, international relations, and human needs and global resources. She calls Salem, Oregon home. In this MyWheaton blog post, Hannah shares about her summer conducting qualitative research in Kenya with Dr. Ickes.
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Biblical and Theological Studies (Ph.D.), Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.), Evangelism and Leadership (M.A.), Graduate School
20 Countries Represented in Incoming Grad Class
As we enter our 81st year at the Wheaton College Graduate School, we are happy to see our global community of scholars continuing to increase in scope and reach. This year, we welcomed students from 20 nations!
Dr. Timothy Larsen
2018-19 Faculty Awards, Faculty, Graduate School, History of Christianity (M.A.)
Dr. Larsen Named Honorary Fellow at University of Edinburgh's School of Divinity
Dr. Timothy Larsen, Carolyn and Fred McManis Professor of Christian Thought, has just been named an Honorary Fellow of the School of Divinity at the University of Edinburgh.
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#MyWheaton Student, Opus
A Different Kind of Growth
John Jones '21 is an economics major with a mathematics minor. John is from Anchorage, Alaska. In this MyWheaton blog post, John shares about his summer experience at Praxis.
Wheaton College Department of Applied Linguistics & International Education
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Wheaton College Announces New Department of Applied Linguistics and International Education
Wheaton College announces the formation of the Department of Applied Linguistics and International Education, which includes undergraduate and graduate programs in English language teaching, bilingual education, second language acquisition and international studies in education.
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#MyWheaton Student, Opus
Finding Her Place in the Kingdom
Lauren Michelle Anderson '19 is an economics and Spanish double-major from Troy, Ohio. In this MyWheaton blog post, Lauren considers what she learned during her summer experience with Praxis.
Daniel Small
#MyWheaton Student, Opus
Active in Service and Sacrifice
Daniel Small '19 is a business/economics major from Hinckley, Illinois. In this MyWheaton Blog post, Daniel considers how restoration through sacrifice can be accomplished through servant entrepreneurship.
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Graduate School, HDI, Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership (M.A.)
Kati and Katrina: The Hurricane that Charted a Student’s Course
Like many members of our inaugural M.A. in Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership class, Kati Shepardson brings a wealth of previous experience in humanitarian and disaster relief to the program. In this blog, Kati shares how it all began with her own experience of Hurricane Katrina.