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Dr. Noah Toly, Wheaton College Center for Urban Engagement Director

Dr. Noah Toly

The best Wheaton Passage professor

Dr. Vince Bacote

Dr. Vincent Bacote

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Dr. Danilo Diedrichs

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Life is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you're gonna get. — Forrest Gump, Professor of Philosophy

Additional Faculty Grants and Awards

AwardeeTitleAwarding AgencyDepartmentAmountStart

Faculty Awards VariantDr. Enoch Hill Course: Comparative Economic Systems  Acton Institute Business and Economics $8,000 6/15/2018
Faculty Awards VariantDr. Tim Taylor      Politics and International Relations     
 
Funds support the development of a course designed to both introduce students to the different economic systems of the world and to to encourage them to develop their own thinking about the issues involved in comparing these systems.

Faculty Awards VariantDr. Nestor Quiroa The Music of Social Protest: An Intersection of Politics and Faith in Latin America CCCU Spanish $3,000 5/1/2018
 
Dr. Quiroa’s grant provides funds for four Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) scholars to plan a research project analyzing Latin American social protest songs.

Faculty Awards VariantDr. Sally Schwer Canning Belhaven subaward: Creative Dance to Foster Resilience in K-12 At-Risk Youth CCCU Psychology $3,000 5/1/2018
 
Dr. Canning is one of four scholars participating in this planning grant to design a study that includes individuals who experienced childhood trauma and the possible impact of a specific art therapy (namely, creative dance).

Faculty Awards VariantDr. Darren Craig U of W sub- Fluctuation Studies and Support of Spectroscopic Diagnostics in MST  DOE Physics $56,000 12/15/2016
 
This Department of Energy subaward from the University of Wisconsin-Madison supports Dr. Craig’s plasma WIRX research (Wheaton Impulsive Reconnection eXperiment).

Faculty Awards VariantDr. James Gordon Analytic Theology Course Development Fuller Seminary Philosophy $18,000 1/1/2018
Faculty Awards VariantKevin Wong          
 
Support for James Gordon and graduate student Kevin Wong to develop an Analytic Theology course.

Faculty Awards VariantCSA CODA- Community Outreach for Developing Artists JCS Foundation Music $150,000 1/1/2018
 
Since its inception in 2006, CODA’s mission has been to seek out and give artistic access to underexposed talents in our community who might not otherwise have the opportunity to develop their creative abilities.

Faculty Awards VariantDr. Scott Ickes Evidence Review: Nutrition Education and/or Supplementation Program Implemented of Public Health Scale that Contributes to Prevention of Wasting in Children Johns Hopkins AHS $29,480 12/15/2017
 
A primary goal of this study was to identify effective public health interventions and strategies to prevent acute malnutrition.

Faculty Awards VariantDr. Jamie Aten Acts of God: The Effect of Natural Disasters on God Representations via Meaning Making John Templeton Foundation Psychology $29,480 8/1/2015
 
Over the past 60 years, there has been a tenfold increase in the worldwide annual incidence of natural disasters. This Templeton grant supports research that explores the effects of disasters on on people's religious/spiritual lives.

 Faculty Awards Variant Biola Sub- Leader Humility in Humanitarian Aid Organizations  John Templeton Foundation Psychology $219,712 1/1/2017
 
Humanitarian aid leaders play a vital role in mobilizing and overseeing workers providing humanitarian aid across the globe. This research will advance understanding of how humanitarian aid leaders affect humanitarian aid efforts.

Faculty Awards Variant Faith, Work, Economic Integration Among Evangelical Protestant Institutions  Kern Family Foundation OPUS $950,000 7/1/2014
 
Establish and support Opus' on campus and outreach efforts.

Faculty Awards VariantDr. Daniel Master Askelon Support Staff Leon Levy Expedition BTS $20,000 1/1/2012
 
The ancient city of Ashkelon was founded in the Stone Age and remained a major port until the end of the Crusades. This market town linked ancient highland kingdoms like Israel and Judah to lucrative Mediterranean markets.

Faculty Awards VariantDr. Daniel Master Archaeology/ Harvard Lab Research Support  Leon Levy Expedition BTS $18,568 7/1/2017
 
The ancient city of Ashkelon was founded in the Stone Age and remained a major port until the end of the Crusades. This market town linked ancient highland kingdoms like Israel and Judah to lucrative Mediterranean markets.

Faculty Awards VariantDr. Daniel Master Archaeology/ Harvard Lab Research Support  Leon Levy Expedition BTS $10,000 9/14/2012
 
The ancient city of Ashkelon was founded in the Stone Age and remained a major port until the end of the Crusades. This market town linked ancient highland kingdoms like Israel and Judah to lucrative Mediterranean markets.

Faculty Awards VariantDr. Richard Richardson  Evangelism Initiative Program  Lloyd Trust Intercultural Studies  $200,00 7/1/2016
 
Equip national denominations and pastors across the U.S. to live out the evangelistic mandate of the Great Commission.

Faculty Awards VariantDr. Daniel Master Joint expedition to Tel Shimron as part of the Jezreel Valley Regional Project MOTB BTS $4,000,000 10/1/2014
 
This major research grant provides support for an international team of archaeologists, historians, anthropologists, biologists, chemists, geologists and students to excavate Tel Shimron, an ancient city in Northern Israel.

Faculty Awards Variant Conservation Assessment/ C.S. Lewis' Personal Library of Books  NEH Library $6,000 1/1/2018
 
This NEH Preservation Assistance Grant funded conservation assessments for 420 books from the personal library of C.S. Lewis.

Faculty Awards VariantDr. Scott Ickes  NIH - Identifying risk factors for sub-optimal breastfeeding and opportunities for breastfeeding promotion among working mothers in Kenya  NIH AHS $669,465 1/1/2018
 
Exclusive breastfeeding of infants is one of the most effective interventions to promote child survival, especially in countries with poor sanitation and hygiene. Dr. Ickes’ study seeks to identify factors associated with sub-optimal infant feeding practices among Kenyan mothers who work in commercial agriculture

Faculty Awards VariantDr. Kim Sasser University of Chicago- Senior Fellow at the Martin Marty Center  U of Chicago English   8/1/2018
 
As the Senior Fellow at the University of Chicago's Martin Marty Center, Dr. Sasser will continue her work editing a critical collection on literature and Pentecostalism

Undergraduate Fields of Study

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Grid VariantAnthropology
Grid VariantApplied Health Science
Grid VariantArt
Grid VariantBiblical and Theological Studies
Grid VariantBiology
Grid VariantBusiness and Economics
Grid VariantChemistry
Grid VariantChinese - Mandarin
Grid VariantChristian Education and Ministry
Grid VariantClassical Languages (Hebrew, Greek, Latin)
Grid VariantCommunication
Grid VariantComputer Science
Grid VariantEducation
Grid VariantEngineering (Liberal Arts)
Grid VariantEnglish
Grid VariantEnvironmental Science
Grid VariantFrench
Grid VariantGeology
Grid VariantGerman
Grid VariantHealth Professions
Grid VariantHistory
Grid VariantHuman Needs and Global Resources (HNGR)
Grid VariantInterdisciplinary Studies
Grid VariantMathematics
Grid VariantModern and Classical Languages
Grid VariantMusic
Grid VariantNursing (Liberal Arts)
Grid VariantPhilosophy
Grid VariantPhysics
Grid VariantPolitics and International Relations
Grid VariantPre-Law
Grid VariantPsychology
Grid VariantROTC
Grid VariantSociology
Grid VariantSpanish
Grid VariantUrban Studies

Global and Experiential Learning

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Grid VariantArts in London
Earn credits while living and learning in London!
Grid VariantExcavation in Tel Shimron
Learn alongside professors and other archaeologists!
Grid VariantIron Sharpens Iron
ISI uniquely blends different aspects of cultures around the globe.
Grid VariantPilgrimage to Santiago
The Pilgrimage to Santiago is a three-week course in Spain.
Grid VariantPrinting, Protestantism, and Progress
This program explores technology's impact on Western Europe and Christianity.
Grid VariantStudies in Regional Geology
The landscapes and geology of the Southwest!
Grid VariantWheaton in China
Study the Chinese language and culture in China!
Grid VariantWheaton in Costa Rica
Study Spanish in Costa Rica!
Grid VariantWheaton in England
Explore the world of notable British authors!
Grid VariantWheaton in Germany
Study German in Germany!
Grid VariantWheaton in the Holy Lands
Experience the land of the Bible!
Grid VariantWheaton in Mexico
Spend a semester studying Spanish in Mexico!
Grid VariantWheaton in Quebec
Discover the beauty of the Quebec region!
Grid VariantWheaton in Spain
Study Spanish language and culture in Spain!
Grid VariantWheaton in Washington
An inside look at our nation's capital!

Accelerated M.A. Programs

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Grid VariantEvangelism and Leadership M.A.^
Grid VariantHigher Education and Student Development M.A.^
Grid VariantHistory of Christianity M.A.
Grid VariantHumanitarian and Disaster Leadership^
Grid VariantOld Testament Archaeology M.A.
Grid VariantOutdoor and Adventure Leadership M.A.^
Grid VariantTeaching M.A.
Grid VariantTESOL and Intercultural Studies M.A.^
Grid VariantTheology M.A.

^ Also available in a Flexible Learning Format.

Certificates & Special Programs

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