Wheaton College

Wheaton College Wheaton College

501 College Avenue, Wheaton, IL, US

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Established in 1860 as a co-ed institution, Wheaton College is a private, residential and interdenominational Christian liberal arts college, where the pursuit of faith and learning is taken seriously. Wheaton is committed to being a community that fearlessly pursues God’s Truth, invests in developing well-rounded students, and prepares graduates to make a difference in the world. This is what makes learning and living at Wheaton extraordinary.

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David Hooker, M.F.A.

David Hooker, M.F.A.

Professor of Art, Department Chair

David Hooker's artistic practice explores the inherent value of materials, objects, and places.

Ceramic Sculpture Fine Arts

James Huff, Ph.D.

James Huff, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of HNGR and Anthropology, Associate Director of HNGR

Dr. Huff's scholarly interests focus on international and faith-based community development and Pentecostal Christianity in Latin America.

Program Evaluation Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) Religion in Latin America Community & International Development Pedagogy in Higher Education Central America

David Iglesias, J.D.

David Iglesias, J.D.

Associate Professor of Politics and Law; Director, Wheaton College Center for Faith, Politics and Economics

David Iglesias is a leading expert in the fields of terrorism and national security, military justice, and federal prosecutions.

Terrorism National Security War Crimes Military Prosecution Federal Prosecutions Legal Ethics Military Commissions Police Misconduct Immigration Police Use of Force Rule of Law Law of War

Nadine Folino Rorem, Ph.D.

Nadine Folino Rorem, Ph.D.

Professor of Biology

Dr. Nadine Rorem research addresses the ecology and molecular taxonomy of the invasive colonial hydroid.

Physiologial Adaptability of Colonial Hydroid General Ecology Taxonomy Biology

Sandra Yu Rueger, Ph.D.

Sandra Yu Rueger, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Psychology

Dr. Rueger focuses on risk and resilience factors related to stress adaptation, the treatment of depression, and alcohol disorders.

Alcohol Abuse Clinical Psychology Family Therapy Depression Cognitive Behavior Therapy

Daniel Master, Ph.D.

Daniel Master, Ph.D.

Professor of Archaeology

Dr. Master’s research is focused on the excavation of ruins of Tel Ashkelon and Tel Shimron, two archaeological sites in modern Israel.

Philistines Archaeology Old Testament Literature Historical Geography Ancient Israel Petrography

Nicole Mazzarella

Nicole Mazzarella

Associate Professor of English

Nicole Mazzarella's interests include contemporary fiction, writings of contemplatives, travel writing, and screenwriting.

Literature of the Modern World Travel Writing Contemporary Fiction Creative Writing Writings of Contemplatives Screenwriting Literature of the Western World

Michael McKoy, Ph.D.

Michael McKoy, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Politics and International Relations

Dr. McKoy focuses on interstate conflict and foreign-imposed regime change

International Security International Conflict Foreign Policy Middle East Politics

Angela Fortner McKoy, Ph.D.

Angela Fortner McKoy, Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor of Chemistry

Professor of Chemistry with expertise in X-ray crystallographic structure determination and expression and purification of polyproteins.

Chemistry Biochemistry Education Alzheimer's

Sally Morrison, Ed.D.

Sally Morrison, Ed.D.

Associate Professor of Education

Dr. Sally Morrison researches literacy assessments and instruction, moral development of teachers, and mentorship and supervision.

Teaching Inquiry AIDS Curriculum in South Africa Moral Development of Teachers LIteracy Assessment and Instruction Mentorship and Supervision Literacy Development in Bilingual Classroom Classroom Ethos

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