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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L. Kristen Page, Ph.D.

L. Kristen Page, Ph.D.

Ruth Kraft Strohschein Distinguished Chair & Professor of Biology

Dr. Kristen Page studies disease transmission dynamics.

Disease Transmission Dynamics Raccoon Roundworm Mitigation Strategies Zoonotic Diseases Zoology Parasitology Public Health

Cheri Pierson, Ed.D.

Cheri Pierson, Ed.D.

Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies

Dr. Cheri Pierson's professional interests include teacher education for second language acquisition and curriculum development.

Teacher Education Teacher Education Methodology Second-Language Acquisition English for Bible and Theology Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (Tesol) Women in Cross-Cultural Leadership Curriculum Development Research Professional Development Mentoring

Noah Toly, Ph.D.

Noah Toly, Ph.D.

Professor of Urban Studies and Politics & International Relations, Director of the Center for Urban Engagement

Dr. Noah Toly's primary teaching and research interests are in urban affairs and environmental politics.

Global Cities Urban Politics Environmental Politics

Heather Whitney, Ph.D.

Heather Whitney, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Physics

Dr. Heather Whitney's work focuses on radiomics of cancer imaging.

Deep Learning Radiomics Technology in the Classroom Computer Modeling Physics Physics Education Medical Physics Magnetic Resonance Imaging Machine Learning

Amy Black, Ph.D.

Amy Black, Ph.D.

Professor of Political Science

Dr. Black has wide research & teaching interests in American Politics, including religion & politics, campaigns & elections, & Congress.

American Politics and Government U.S. Congress The American Presidency Women and Politics Religion and Politics Campaigns and Elections Evangelicals and Politics

Lynn Cohick, Ph.D.

Lynn Cohick, Ph.D.

Interim Dean, Humanities and Theological Studies

Dr. Lynn Cohick explores the Apostle Paul and his epistles within their larger Jewish and Greco-Roman environments.

The Early Church Early Christianity Women in the Ancient World Women in Jewish Traditions Women in Christian Traditions Jewish and Christian Relations Christian Ethics The Apostle Paul

Bryan McGraw, Ph.D.

Bryan McGraw, Ph.D.

Department Chair, Associate Professor of Politics

Professor McGraw specializes in the intersection between religion and democracy.

Political Science Russian Studies Modern European Studies Political Philosophy Classical Political Thought Medieval Political Thought Pluralism Law and Religion American Political Thought Christian Political Thought Contemporary Political Thought Religion and Politics Just War Theory Political Ethics Euthanasia Abortion War and Violence Economic Justice Free Speech First Amendment Civic Virtue Definitions of Citizenship Citizenship Global Justice Constitutional Law Christianity and Politics Evangelicals and Politics Political Theology Drones Terrorism Turkey European Politics Brexit & the Future of the European Union Education Education and Cultural Diversity Education and Vouchers Multiculturalism

Shawn E. Okpebholo, D.M.A.

Shawn E. Okpebholo, D.M.A.

Associate Professor of Music (Composition, Music Theory)

Dr. Okpebholo's areas of interest include contemporary classical music, the Negro spirituals and non-Western musical styles.

Music History Music Theory Negro Spirituals Contemporary Music Composition Classical Music Composition Classical Music American Music American Classical Music Charles Ives Art Music

Matthew Milliner, Ph.D.

Matthew Milliner, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Art History

Dr. Milliner teaches across the range of art history, with a specialization in Byzantine and medieval art.

Art History Byzantine Art Medieval Art The Virgin Mary Visual Theology History of Art & Architecture Non-Western Art Renaissance Art History Contemporary Art Archaeology

Brian Miller, Ph.D.

Brian Miller, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Sociology

Dr. Miller researches suburban development, housing, culture, and depictions in popular culture.

Sociology Suburbanization Culture Media and Society American Evangelicalism and Culture Young Adults and Social Networks Mcmansions American Cities American Suburbs Urban Sociology Suburbs Popular Culture Television Celebrity Culture Branding Millennials

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