Wheaton College

Wheaton College Wheaton College

501 College Avenue, Wheaton, IL, US

About

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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Wenyang Zhai, Ph.D.

Wenyang Zhai, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Mandarin Chinese

Dr. Zhai specializes in Mandarin Chinese and Comparative Literature.

Comparative Literature Mandarin Chinese Diaspora Studies

Sally Schwer Canning, Ph.D.

Sally Schwer Canning, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology

Dr. Canning's work supports the healthcare and educational objectives of faith-based community organizations serving poor neighborhoods.

Post Partum Mood Disorders Child Psychology Community Psychology Pregnancy

Christa B. Tooley, Ph.D.

Christa B. Tooley, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Urban Studies and Anthropology

Dr. Tooley specializes in social anthropology and urban studies.

Politics Geography Social Anthropology Sociology

David Lauber, Ph.D.

David Lauber, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Theology

Prof. Lauber’s teaching and scholarship focuses on Christian Doctrine

Theology from the Majority World Divine Attributes Modern and Contemporary Theology Theology and literature Divine and Human Love The Person and Work of Christ Suffering

Tiffany Eberle Kriner, Ph.D.

Tiffany Eberle Kriner, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of English

Literary scholar with special interest in the intersections between race, place, theology, and literature.

African-American Literature Theology and literature Liturature and Environment Literary Theory Twentieth Century American Literature

Paul Egeland, Ed.D.

Paul Egeland, Ed.D.

Associate Professor of Education, Department Chair

Dr. Egeland has taught Theories and Methods of Teaching Elementary and Middle School Social Studies among other courses.

Outdoor Teacher Education International Student Teaching School Choice

Seth Ehorn, Ph.D.

Seth Ehorn, Ph.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Greek Language and New Testament

Theology expert, focusing on New Testament Literature and interpretation

New Testament Literature and Interpretation Greek Language Greek Grammar

Beth Felker Jones, Ph.D.

Beth Felker Jones, Ph.D.

Professor of Theology

Dr. Jones writes for the church and for the academy on the topics of conversion, the body, and doctrine.

Theology and the Body The Resurrection Gender and Theology Christology Grace and Holiness Conversion John Wesley Feminist Theology Eschatology Contemporary Religious Thought Marriage Sex and Family in Christian Tradition

David B. Fletcher, Ph.D.

David B. Fletcher, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Philosophy

Dr. Fletcher specializes in ethical theory and bioethical issues.

Bioethics Gambling Alcohol Drugs and Tobacco Ethics Personal Ethics Ethical Theory Biomedical Ethics Philosophy of Law Business Ethics Asian Philosophy Global Justice Contemporary Moral Problems Ethical Perspectives in Teaching

Winnie Fung, Ph.D.

Winnie Fung, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Economics

Effects of early childhood exposure to adverse health environments; welfare effects of poverty alleviation programs in developing countries.

Early childhood exposure to shocks Maternal and infant health Applied Microeconomics Nutrition

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