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  • Ancient Languages | Wheaton
    Courses Faculty Requirements French German Mandarin Chinese Spanish Language Learning Center Online Placement Registration NACFLA Conference Ancient Languages Dr Douglas Penney Coordinator Wyngarden Hall 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5039 Fax 630 752 5788 foreign language wheaton edu The Ancient Language major may include courses in Hebrew and Latin but has as its primary focus proficiency in Greek The major strives to foster in students a greater awareness and appreciation of the languages and culture of the ancient world with a primary emphasis on translation and understanding of its texts Although some classes are required in common students may choose to take courses that focus on the biblical texts of the Old and New Testaments and or works of classical Greco Roman literature Upon completing the major students should be able to read texts with relative ease and to do advanced exegesis and where appropriate In addition to encouraging students to master the languages we wish to stimulate them to grasp concepts and shape their own to ask significant questions and to seek answers to them to develop original ideas to become intellectually self motivated and to give great attention to accuracy in the use and interpretation of their languages A Brief History of Greek and Hebrew in the Teaching Curriculum of Wheaton College In honor of Professor Emeritus Gerald F Hawthorne long time teacher of Greek at Wheaton College 1958 1995 Dr Karen Jobes and her assistant Charlie Trimm have compiled a short history of the role of Greek and Hebrew teaching here at Wheaton from the earliest days of the college up through the present A Brief History of the Place of Greek Language Literature in the Curriculum of Wheaton College PDF Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/Foreign-Languages/Ancient-Languages (2016-02-16)
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  • Anthropology | Wheaton
    from a comparative cross cultural perspective Menu Faculty Emeriti Faculty Sociology major Anthropology major Anthropology Courses Anthropology as Incarnation Certificate in Gender Studies Opportunities Sociology and Anthropology Students and Alumni Ivan Fahs Memorial Symposium Sociology Anthropology on Facebook Sociology and Anthropology Blanchard Hall 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5036 sociology anthropology wheaton edu As an intrinsically cross cultural form of inquiry Anthropology offers its own inherent benefits that students can acquire as they encounter ways of thinking and behaving that may be unfamiliar to them Opportunities for cross cultural ministry for careers in business and as consultants and for Christian citizenship in the world of the 21st century can be enhanced greatly for students completing an Anthropology major Liz Bilkert Hadley 14 A look at Anthropology and the Incarnation We study a discipline that is necessary in the Church if we are to deeply understand needs and journeys as Christ did More Career Options Anthropological study provides training particularly well suited to the 21st century The economy will be increasingly globalized workforces and markets increasingly diverse participatory management and decision making increasingly important and communication skills increasingly in demand Anthropology is the only contemporary discipline that approaches human questions from historical biological linguistic and cultural perspectives Anthropology provides a theoretical and methodological toolkit for understanding human interactions in every setting A B A in anthropology provides an excellent liberal arts preparation for positions throughout the business social service and government worlds and offers valuable preparation for careers in journalism politics public relations business or public administration Businesses have become increasingly aware of the benefits of employees with the ability to interpret and react to human behavior in systematic and constructive ways Anthropology majors who enter the business world work in sales marketing customer relations consulting investment banking or human resources Those who enter human services work with youths at risk the elderly or people experiencing problems related to poverty immigrants dealing with cultural adjustment and structural inequality related to cultural patterns A B A in anthropology is also excellent preparation for future graduate work in anthropology or any number of related fields in order to become a college professor researcher or applied anthropologist Those going into ministry often recognize the value of cross cultural understandings and the ability to work with culturally divergent populations as they find themselves dealing with multicultural populations Although those pursuing foreign missions often see the immediate benefits of anthropology even those who have no intention of living abroad find that they can apply the toolkit of anthropology to life in an increasingly globalized world see the American Anthropology Association Guide for a list of anthropology departments and institutions recruiting anthropologists AAA Guide 2008 2009 Unpacking Experiences Dr Brian Howell Using a anthropological eye Howell investigates about how short term mission participants interpret thier global experiences More Sociology Anthropology Gender Studies Certificate Students from any major are eligible for the 24 hour gender studies certificate More Share This Page Feedback Media Center

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/Socio/Anthropology (2016-02-16)
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  • Applied Health Science | Wheaton
    faculty and students focus their efforts on the theoretical and applied aspects of human health sciences At the center of this focus is a concentration on how best to care for the human vessel God has created in His image Menu Overview Faculty Adjunct Faculty Courses Facilities AHS Associations Applied Health Science Meyer Science Center First Floor 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5662 mary erickson wheaton edu The central core of the curriculum is based in the life and basic sciences The core courses in Applied Health Science are directed at studying and understanding the applied sciences related to human health and the benefits of human movement Furthermore besides having a view towards normal healthy function abnormal pathological and high performance levels of function are also studied Epidemiological studies have established that there are at least 17 unhealthy conditions that lead to chronic diseases e g obesity is considered the second leading cause of preventable death in the USA with approximately 65 of adults classified as overweight or obese type 2 diabetes has reached epidemic proportions with a 10 fold increase in adolescents Because these conditions are associated with inactivity and or nutritional deficiencies the core courses are presenting proactive instead of reactive approaches to the primary prevention of modern diseases In addition 90 of the United States adult population will experience some type of pathological back problems during their lifetime Certain courses within the department will examine the mechanics of pathologies such as these as well as both normal and super normal human motion Summer Science Research Undergraduates conduct hands on research mywheaton Nerding Out Over Flow Mediated Dilation and Meta analysis Amy Early 16 talks about her experiences conducting meta analysis research on flow mediated dilation with Wheaton science professors More Share This Page

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/AHS (2016-02-16)
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  • Arena Theater | Wheaton
    Center for Vocation and Career Center for Applied Christian Ethics College Archives and Special Collections Buswell Library Community School of the Arts Conference Services Center for Urban Engagement HoneyRock Humanitarian Disaster Institute Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals Marion E Wade Center Opus The Art of Work WETN The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Wheaton Center for Faith Politics and Economics Wheaton College Trust Company N A Home Academics Departments and Programs Communication Activities Arena Theater Arena Theater Menu Arena Theater Consortium Programs Cook Oratorical Contest Debate Team Lambda Pi Eta Pi Kappa Delta Speech Center Workout Arena Theater is the Wheaton College campus drama program which presents three full length plays each academic year Students can gain acting experience as part of the Workout group under the direction of Mark Lewis Auditions for this group take place at the beginning of the school year There are volunteer and paid opportunities in directing stage lighting costume design sound production and theater management under the direction of Michael Stauffer Andy Mangin is the technical director of Arena Theater Visit Arena Theater mywheaton Arena Theater Whitney Bauck 15 gives readers a behind the scenes look at life inside Wheaton s theater department More Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of a Wheaton Education Wheaton People Mission Statement of Faith and Educational Purpose Community Covenant College Profile Christ Centered Diversity Leadership Technology at Wheaton History Wheaton Worldwide Campus Map and Information Admissions Aid Undergraduate Admissions Graduate Admissions International Students Visit Wheaton Financial Aid Academics The Liberal Arts Departments and Programs Graduate School Global and Experiential Learning Faculty Library and Archives Centers and Institutes Course Catalog Academic Services Academic Calendar Student Life Living at Wheaton Spiritual Life Student Activities Multicultural Development Christian Outreach

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/Communication/Activities/Arena-Theater (2016-02-16)
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  • Art Department | Wheaton
    Studio Art Art History and Community Art majors Learn More Faculty The art department has a dedicated and passionate faculty Examine some of the professional work of our faculty Learn More Prospective Students Are you interested in Wheaton s art program Learn more about the curriculum and requirements to be an art major or minor as well as the process of portfolio review Learn More Art Galleries and Exhibits Adams Hall has a continual rotation of artists in our three gallery spaces Discover the work of the artists currently showing Learn More Facilities Our facilities are well equipped to let our students experiment with a wide variety of mediums Explore our studio spaces Learn More Home Academics Departments and Programs Art Art Department The Art Department contributes to the development of whole and effective Christians by nuturing creativity and artistic expressions as gifts from God to the individual the church and society at large Menu Adams Hall Programs Faculty Prospective Students Art Galleries and Exhibits Connections Art Department Office Adams Hall 215 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5050 Art Department wheaton edu Creativity in Action Providing an education in visual perception visual literacy appreciation and artistic process the Art Department encourages students to make art that is culturally relevant while seeking out beauty and significance celebrating individual uniqueness and participating in community Art Department Gallery Biblical and Theological Studies Art Collection See our faculty work in the Biblical and Theological Studies Department More Art Department Blog see what s happening Take a look at what students and faculty are up to senior shows exhibits in the galleries work of recent Art alumni and more More Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of a Wheaton Education Wheaton People

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/Art (2016-02-16)
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  • B.R.I.D.G.E. | Wheaton
    of fun Rickey Learn More Home Admissions and Aid Undergraduate Admissions B R I D G E B R I D G E Building Roads to Intellectual Diversity and Great Education B R I D G E is a four week intensive and residential academic and leadership program that brings together high achieving first generation college bound low income and African American and Latino students from the Chicagoland area who are eager to experience the academic rigor of college Menu Prospective Students Prospective International Students Apply Admitted Visit Wheaton Learn About Wheaton Financial Information Meet and Contact Us Refer a Student to Wheaton B R I D G E Apply to the B R I D G E Program Learn More En Español B R I D G E B R I D G E Coordinator Wheaton College 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 800 222 2419 bridge wheaton edu The first week we had a class called School Society with our Wheaton College professor Dr Jonas Not only did he push us to write essays at a college level he expected us to think like that too Melissa The two year summer program prepares Christian high school students for college through a curriculum that fosters their intellectual leadership and spiritual growth Best of all the entire program is free of charge for all participants and completing it guarantees a scholarship to Wheaton College Learn More About Program Learn more about the details of the BRIDGE program More Application postmark deadline is March 1 2016 Program Dates June 26 July 23 2016 Please note If needed transportation will be provided to and from Wheaton to accepted students For more information please contact B R I D G E Coordinator Wheaton College 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 800 222

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Admissions-and-Aid/Undergrad/BRIDGE (2016-02-16)
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  • Biblical and Theological Studies Department | Wheaton
    Studies Biblical and Theological Studies Department The mission of the Department of Biblical and Theological Studies is to help cultivate Christians who are biblically rooted and theologically formed Menu Mission Faculty Emeriti Faculty Undergraduate Studies Graduate Studies Courses Conferences Lectures Archaeology Museum The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Wheaton in the Holy Lands The Nineteenth Society Biblical and Theological Studies Billy Graham Center 5th Floor 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5054 Fax 630 752 5296 BTSUndergradStudies wheaton edu The Department of Biblical and Theological Studies is Wheaton College s largest academic department offering two undergraduate majors five M A degrees and a Ph D in Biblical and Theological Studies In addition we provide general education courses for all Wheaton undergraduates as well as a range of theological courses for graduate students that focus on relating biblical faith to their chosen academic fields In these ways we offer biblical and theological grounding for every student at Wheaton in keeping with the College s historic vision of learning for Christ and His Kingdom The department s course offerings provide a rich range of learning opportunities in biblical archaeology biblical studies in Old Testament and New Testament systematic theology historical theology global Christianity and Christian ethics The department s faculty are accomplished evangelical scholar teachers drawn from across the range of Protestant denominations and theological traditions This offers students many opportunities to engage with faculty from across the spectrum of Protestant theology and affords the occasion for them to gain appreciation for the depth and breadth of our shared Christian heritage An exciting feature of our department is The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies The Center s courses and programs explore the life and thought of the Christian church in its first seven centuries Wheaton College is a rich learning environment where biblical reflection and theological discussion go beyond the classroom Our department offers a rich array of guest speakers seminars and conferences throughout the year The annual Archaeology Lectures in the fall semester and the annual Wheaton Theology Conference in the spring are always highlights of our academic year The most prominent educational offering of our department beyond the classroom is the Wheaton in the Holy Lands program which takes place each summer Undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at Wheaton College are eligible to participate in a seven week study travel experience in Israel Turkey Greece and Rome led by faculty members from the department Wheaton Theology Conference April 7 8 2016 The 2016 Wheaton Theology Conference The People s Book Reformation and the Bible will explore the nature of the people s book and its complex role in the Reformation by reflecting on matters of access readership and authority as well as its place in the worship context and as a source of interpretive dialogue More Dr M Daniel Carroll R Rodas Read an interview with Dr M Daniel Carroll R Rodas who joins the faculty as Blanchard Professor of Old Testament in the Fall

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/Theology (2016-02-16)
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  • Billy Graham Center Scholarship Program | Wheaton
    Events Campus Resources Academic Services Registrar Services Program Handbooks and Guides Wheaton College Graduate School Financial Aid BGC Scholarship Program Billy Graham Center Scholarship Program More than just a scholarship the BGC Scholarship Program strives to be a ministry partner assisting Christian ministry leaders in obtaining their masters degree at the Wheaton College Graduate School Menu Tuition and Fees Applying for Aid Costs for Financial Aid Scholarships BGC Scholarship Program About Scholarships For BGC Scholars FAQ Graduate Assistantships Loans Other Aid Options BGC Scholarship BGCScholarship Billy Graham Center Scholarship Program Billy Graham Center 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5122 Fax 630 752 7047 bgc scholarship wheaton edu We are dedicated to advancing the global Christian community by providing opportunities for different types of Christian leaders from around the world to earn advanced training to enhance the ministry into which God has called them It is our hope that one of our awards can help you pursue your dream of obtaining a more advanced education Scholarships Available The International Christian Leader Award The International Furloughing Missionary Award The North American Furloughing Missionary Award The Pre Field Missionary Candidate Award The Urban Ethnic Ministry Worker Award The Armerding

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/Financial-Aid/BGC-Scholarship-Program (2016-02-16)
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