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Shakespeare in the Park brings The Tempest to Memorial Park
Join us for Shakespeare in the Park August 30-September 1. Alumni actors join current Arena Theater students to perform “The Tempest.”
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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.
Faculty, News
Dr. Jeffry C. Davis Appointed Dean of Humanities at Wheaton College
As Dean, Davis will oversee the Departments of English, History, Modern and Classical Languages and Philosophy.
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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.
Amadea Margo Wheaton in Spain
#MyWheaton Student, Global and Experiential Learning
Rios de Agua Viva: Three Surprises About Wheaton in Spain
Amadea Margo '20, applied health science and Spanish double major, shares her circuitous journey to a Spanish major through her experience on this summer's Wheaton in Spain trip.
Jonathan Mullins - Amsterdam
#MyWheaton Student, Global and Experiential Learning
Hope Unseen
Jonathan Mullins ’20 is a philosophy major with a certificate in human needs and global resources, and he is from Fort Collins, Colorado. In this MyWheaton post, Jonathan reflects on his experience on a Youth Hostel Ministry trip to Amsterdam this summer.
Arts in London: A Pilgrimage to Sacred Spaces
#MyWheaton Student, Arts at Wheaton, Global and Experiential Learning
Arts in London: A Pilgrimage to Sacred Spaces
Mattea Gernentz ’20 is an English literature and psychology double-major from Franklin, Tennessee. In this MyWheaton blog post, she shares about her experience finding sacred spaces in unexpected places on this summer's Arts in London trip.
Buis Blog Post
Arts & Music, Faculty
From Opera to the Music of the African Diaspora
Dr. Johann Buis, professor of Music History in the Conservatory of Music shares how his love for opera and the music of the African Diaspora have lead to a passion for teaching others about these dynamic cultural expressions.
Maddie Cash - Wheaton in Spain Profile
#MyWheaton Student, Global and Experiential Learning, Liberal Arts
Wheaton in Spain: Community, Laughter, and Conversation
Maddie Cash '21 is an English literature major from Fairhope, Alabama. In this MyWheaton post, Maddie considers her experiences of language-learning, culture, and community during her summer with Wheaton in Spain.
#MyWheaton Alumni, #MyWheaton Student, Global and Experiential Learning
Pleasant Inns Along the Way: Thoughts on a Summer in Oxford
Margaret McKenzie ’18 studied English literature at Wheaton. She is originally from Seattle, Washington, but moved to Illinois in 2010 when her dad got a job teaching history at Wheaton. She now lives in Wheaton. In this MyWheaton blog post, Margaret reflects on her experiences in Oxford this summer.
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
Amy Smith smiling
Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.A.), Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.), Graduate School, Marriage & Family Therapy (M.A.)
Jesus, Music, and Therapy
Amy Smith (Psy.D. Student) shares about the music that keeps her steady and focused on Jesus as she encounters the challenges and joys of training as a Clinical Psychologist.
Global and Experiential Learning, Liberal Arts, Wheaton Center for Faith, Politics and Economics (FPE)
Too Precious to Squander
Danny Du ’20 reflects on his unexpected journey from Shanghai to Wheaton College.
student sitting in a window seat
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.
MyWheaton Alumni Grant Hensel Praxis
#MyWheaton Alumni, Liberal Arts, Opus
Redemptive Entrepreneurship and the Liberal Arts
Grant Hensel '15 is from Chicago, IL and studied business/economics at Wheaton College. Grant is the founder and CEO of the RoundUp App. In this MyWheaton blog post, Grant reflects on his experience this past summer as an Emerging Founder with Praxis.