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.
Professor of Geology, Black Hills Science Station Director, Department Chair
Dr. Stephen Moshier has practiced geology as a college professor and in the oil industry.
Geology Archaeology Earth History Petroleum Geology Natural Disasters Sedimentary Rocks
Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy
Dr. Poelarends studies the lives of stars & supernovae through large computer simulations. He also directs the Wheaton College Observatory.
Astrophysics Stellar Astronomy Physics Physics and Engineering Thermal Physics Optics Particle Physics Cosmology Stellar and Galactic Astrophysics Astronomy Stars Relativity Supernovae Exoplanets Asteroids Science and Faith in Dialogue Worldview Stories Outreach Religion
Associate Professor of Biology
Dr. Lewis teaches courses in botany, general biology, biological research, environmental science and ethics, and origins.
Marine Algae Use of Algae Environmental Ethics Botany Biology Environmental Science Plant Taxonomy Economic Botany Theories of Origins Creation and Evolution Christians in Science
Professor of Theology; Director, The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies
Dr. George Kalantzis is a leading authority on the history of early Christianity.
Historical Theology The Ancient & Medieval Church Christology and Trinity in the Early Church Christian Thought Theological Politics Gospel Church and Culture Color & Gender in the Early Church Patristics Church Fathers Origen Augustine Anthropology & Hermeneutics in the Early Church Church-State Relation Christian Martyrdom Pacifism War and Military Service Ethics in the Early Church
Carolyn and Fred McManis Professor of Christian Thought
Dr. Larsen studies issues of faith and doubt.
Evangelical Thought Evangelical Practice Evangelical History Atheists and Secularization Faith and Doubt Christianity and Modern Thought History of Christianity Christianity in the Modern World Evangelical Politics Evangelicals and Catholics
Franklin S. Dyrness Professor of Biblical Studies
Dr. Perrin research currently focuses on Irenaeus and his battle with the second-century Gnostics
The Historical Jesus Gnosticism Reliability of the Bible History of the New Testament The Gospel of Matthew The Gospel of Mark The Gospel of Luke The Gospel of John
Associate Professor of Theology and History of Christianity; Degree Coordinator of the M.A. in History of Christianity and M.A. in Theology
Dr. Jennifer Powell McNutt researches and teaches History of Christianity with expertise in Reformation Studies.
History of Christianity The Reformation Religion and Science The Reformed Tradition History of Protestant Clergy Secularization and Modernity The Enlightenment Martin Luther John Calvin Women in Ministry History of the Bible Persecution of Christians Christian Refugees The History of the Bible
Professor of Applied Health Science
Dr. Walters expertise includes muscular strength, sleep hygiene, behavioral change, and the integration of faith in fitness.
Sleep and Human Performance Elite Strength Training Bone Mineral Density Sleep Deprivation Functional Fitness CrossFit Sleep Hygiene Behavioral Change
Dean of the Conservatory of Music and Division of Arts and Communication
Dr. Michael Wilder is an orchestral clarinetist with extensive experience as a college teacher and arts administrator.
Music Education Music Performance Higher Education Administration Music Accreditation Theories of Creativity Applied Creativity Creativity as A Transferable Skill Music Theory
Price-LeBar Chair of Christian Formation & Ministry
Dr. David Setran's research interests include young adult spiritual formation and the history and philosophy of Christian education.
History of Christian Education Philosophy of Christian Education College Student Development Character Formation History of Educational Thought Ministry Philosophy Emerging Adults College Students Young Adults Young Adult Ministry Vocational Discernment Calling and Career Launching Young Adults Church and Young Adults Mentoring History of Christian Parenting
Industry Experience (3)
- Training and Development