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  • Chemistry | Wheaton
    Department combines academic rigor and thoughtful faith with a flexible approach You will be challenged to engage deeply in the process of scientific inquiry and prepared for a wide range of careers and professions Menu Faculty Majors Courses Instrumentation Opportunities Like us on Facebook Chemistry Department Science Building 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5066 chemistry wheaton edu Teaching for Your Learning Style We recognize that students have a broad array of learning styles and therefore we focus considerable effort and resources on classroom lectures laboratory courses and various research projects that give students an opportunity to do independent research with a faculty member Faculty research is supported by the College and by external funding agencies Our laboratories also feature advanced instrumentation for hands on experience You will gain a thorough understanding of the practical applications and theoretical basis of today s best analytical equipment Chemistry for Everyone The chemistry program offers courses for students who plan to major in the physical or life sciences as well as courses that are designed to help students develop scientific literacy and a working knowledge of various chemical issues The Department of Chemistry offers general education credit in Applications of Chemistry Drugs and Society Theories of Origins and General Chemistry New for academic year 2016 17 If you received a 4 or 5 on the Chemistry AP exam you can move onto Organic Chemistry as a Freshman Opportunities for Chemistry Majors You can join the faculty of the Chemistry Department at Wheaton College in a variety of research projects that give students an opportunity to do independent research in collaboration with a faculty member Find out about current opportunities available to you and how these experiences can enrich your educational experience More Chemistry at Wheaton What Can You Do with a Chemistry Major Chemistry has a long distinguished history at Wheaton College The chemistry major has been offered since 1905 and our program has been continually certified by the American Chemical Society since 1948 The ACS also certifies the department in biochemistry Our graduates are prepared for graduate studies in chemistry and allied areas entry into health professions work in industry and government work in business especially technical areas teaching at the secondary level The mastery of analytical and problem solving techniques provides an excellent basis for a wide range of service management and leadership roles in society Learn More Find out more about our top tier faculty and the exciting research and internship opportunities available for our students And contact the department today if you have any questions Undergraduate Research Hannah Phelps 15 Shares About Her Research Experience Chemistry Department Visit Us on Facebook Learn more about the day to day activities and opportunities in the Chemistry department on our Facebook page More Meet Our Faculty Dr Becky Eggiman Our resident computational chemist Dr Eggiman uses molecular simulations for her research More Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of a

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/Chemistry (2016-02-16)
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  • Christian Formation and Ministry | Wheaton
    Christian Education and Ministry curriculum Learn More Spiritually Maturing Spiritual growth and practical theology for undergrads and graduate students Learn More Home Academics Departments and Programs Christian Formation and Ministry Christian Formation and Ministry The Christian Formation and Ministry Department includes the undergraduate Christian Education and Ministry CE and the graduate Christian Formation and Ministry CFM programs These programs equip people to build up the Church universal in a rapidly changing world Menu CFM Overview Career Opportunities Undergraduate Studies CE Graduate Studies CFM Symposiums Faculty Resources Student and Alumni Stories Christian Formation and Ministry Dr Barrett McRay Department Chair Billy Graham Center 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5196 cfm wheaton edu What is Christian Formation There are many ways to envision the spiritual progression of the Christian both theologically and developmentally Defining Christian formation is not easy Christian designates the faith perspective and formation implies improvement Thus Christian Formation refers to the spiritual progress of Christians and ways to encourage that growth process Yet there are many ways to envision the spiritual life of the Christian both theologically and developmentally Historically the roots of the Christian formation program are in Christian education which continues to be the name of Wheaton s undergraduate program Yet in addition to education this area of study also includes the experience of God and a developing relationship with Him the result of one s cooperation with God s grace Furthermore spiritual formation does not exclusively consider the individual but also includes relationships and worship in the broader faith community the church particularly as that community mirrors the relationality of the Father Son and Holy Spirit Christian Formation and Ministry Undergraduate Studies Find out more about the Christian Education and Ministry undergraduate program More Christian Formation and Ministry Graduate Studies Find out

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/CFM (2016-02-16)
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  • Christian Service Council | Wheaton
    has given you Learn More Relationships that Cross Culture From tutotring in Chinatown to refugee ministry in the suburbs you can share life with people from another culture Learn More Home Student Life Christian Outreach During the School Year Christian Service Council Christian Service Council Learning Through Service Menu Christian Service Council Cabinet One Time Events Outreach Ministries Tutoring Ministries Visitation Ministries World Christian Fellowship Our Mission Christian Service Council CSC is dedicated to giving students opportunities to respond to God s love by ministering to their neighbors in the Chicagoland area Our Vision Enabled by God s grace filled with the Holy Spirit and energized by the Gospel we will inspire and encourage the student body with a contagious passion to wholeheartedly serve Jesus Christ and our community by using our various God given gifts to fulfill the work He has ordained for us to walk in How to Get Involved Christian Service Council offers a variety of weekly ministries for students to get involved in From tutoring to sports ministry teaching english to working in hospitals CSC has a ministry for you to partner with If you cannot commit to a weekly ministry we also offer two different one time events for you and your friends or floor to get involved in Please refer to the different types of ministries and opportunities we offer to your left They have been separated into categories to help you find what you are looking for Visitation Tutoring Outreach and Associated For it is by grace you have been saved through faith and this is not from yourselves it is the gift of God not by works so that no one can boast For we are God s handiwork created in Christ Jesus to do good works which God prepared in advance

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Student-Life/Christian-Outreach/During-the-School-Year/Christian-Service-Council (2016-02-16)
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  • Clubs | Wheaton
    social justice Inspire Inspiring students to build community engage socially and cultivate leadership opportunities Home Student Life Student Activities Clubs Clubs The great variety of student clubs on Wheaton s campus offers many opportunities for students to collaborate with their peers who have like interests hobbies and passions Menu New Student Orientation College Union Student Government Solidarity Cabinet Multicultural Development Organizations Clubs Academic Cultural Global Learning Opportunities Performance Publications Social Justice and Advocacy Special Interest Event Planning Resources Student Culture Student Activities Office Beamer Center Get Involved With genres of clubs ranging from academic honor societies performance social justice and special interest groups there is something for everyone These student initiated and managed clubs truly enrich the atmosphere of Wheaton College providing avenues for students to express their passions and interests develop leadership and management skills and have a ton of fun Charter a Club If you are someone who has a unique interest hobby or passion that is not already addressed in a current club you are invited to charter a new club The benefits of obtaining an official club status include the privilege of reserving space advertising and receiving monetary allocations from student government If you would like to begin this process please follow the steps below Download and print the Club Charter Packet or pick up a packet in the Student Activities Office Complete packet which will include finding a minimum of 8 people to be part of your club as well as a faculty or staff advisor A new club will not be charted until someone from the group connects with Ted before completing the Club Charter If you have questions please contact Ted Cockle mywheaton Amplify A Cappella Co founders of Wheaton s co ed a cappella group discuss the ways that singing with Amplify

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Student-Life/Activities/Clubs (2016-02-16)
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  • College Union | Wheaton
    together a variety of students to share in a common experience of building friendships and deepening fellowship Menu New Student Orientation College Union Who We Are Our Events Student Government Solidarity Cabinet Multicultural Development Organizations Clubs Student Culture Student Activities Office Beamer Center What We Do College Union is responsible for large event programming that reaches across campus with the goal of bringing together the student body to grow in their friendships to play and to strengthen our connection within our community It is our belief that God desires for us to be a community that comes together to work hard but also one that comes together to relax and to connect with each other Our large campus wide events provide opportunities to make new friends while also making new memories with your life long friends During the year College Union plans the Talent Show on campus dances Air Jam Class Films Roller Disco and concerts with contemporary and indie based artists On a weekly basis CU also coordinates coffeehouse concerts known as LIVE The Stupe as well as weekend concerts featuring campus bands In addition College Union collaborates with other campus departments to provide programming for Orientation Week Alumni Weekend and Family Weekend How We Work As a board of 12 committed leaders College Union is a group of students that tackle some of the largest events on campus When selected in April for the upcoming year these students hardly know one another but through the HoneyRock training along with working together to coordinate events they form a strong camaraderie and ability to work with one another to produce memorable events The board is comprised of 12 positions that are responsible for various areas These include president business manager events coordinators 4 position which cover the main events concerts manger collaborative arts and Beamer Center arts coordinator College Union meets every week and to be honest no two meetings are quite the same With the scope of events that we are responsible for our pace is rapid but so much fun For our weekly board meeting we try to balance the time to connect with one another and the time for business Depending on the agenda many board members will present reports updates and details regarding upcoming activities and events In addition to the large campus events we also have weekly responsibilities for smaller programming within the Beamer Student Center And of course there are the spontaneous dinner parties and fun outings As a College Union board member some of the strongest memories you will take with you is from the day of big events In order to produce these high caliber events it takes a village And for College Union that means working directly with campus service providers Facilities Management Media Resources Public Safety etc to ensure that the event goes off without a hitch President s Ball 2016 Monday February 15th in Chicago Night at the Museum This year s President s Ball is in the Stanley

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Student-Life/Activities/College-Union (2016-02-16)
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  • Communication | Wheaton
    Wheaton campus and community since 1974 Learn More Meet our Faculty Get to know the professors who bring their expertise and passion to the classroom the studio and the stage Learn More Home Academics Departments and Programs Communication Communication The mission of the Communication Department is to create competent and ethical communicators Menu Faculty Curriculum Journalism Certificate Events Activities FAQs The Communication Department seeks to develop whole and effective Christians by educating students in the history art theory and practice of competent ethical communication Ken Chase Department Chair As a communication major at Wheaton College you will be involved in Coursework based on a core of classes in performance theory and research and focused into one of 4 concentration areas Interpersonal Communication Theater Rhetoric and Culture Media Studies Developing an understanding of the hows and whys behind verbal and nonverbal communication Becoming a more effective and ethical communicator And have access to An excellent theater program A nationally ranked debate team Honors opportunities Workout a dedicated group of students training to become actors Consortium and Internship Programs Interested Take a look at our Curriculum Requirements Questions Our FAQ page can help or you can contact us using the information to the left A word from the department chair Ken Chase Communication at Wheaton Meet our faculty We d like for you to meet our experienced and dedicated faculty More FAQs What Can You Do With A Degree in Communication A Communication Degree opens the door to careers in many areas More Activities How to Get Involved Through theater debate team and other communication activities there are many opportunities for students to get hands on experience in the area of study they are interested in More Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/Communication (2016-02-16)
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  • Computer Labs | Wheaton
    Internet Browsers Event Support New Student Checklist Office 365 Subscription Password Center Phones and Conferencing Printing Tech Talks ThunderCloud Services Updating Contact Information Software on Lab Computers Windows 7 Microsoft Office 2010 OpenOffice 3 1 Mac OS X computers Microsoft Office 2011 There are also several software packages necessary for academic instruction statistics nutrition political science music photography etc Printing All campus computer labs are equipped with printers that can print copy and scan in black white and in color The cost is 4 cents per side for black white printouts copies and 12 cents per side for color printouts copies Students pay for printing using their student ID cards which send the charge to Student Accounts There is no additional charge for scanning Computer Lab Hours and Locations Lab Location Computers Regular Hours Summer Hours Buswell Commons 90 Windows 15 Macs M Th 7 30 AM Midnight M Th 7 30 AM Midnight F 7 30 AM 10 PM F 7 30 AM 10 PM Sat 8 30 AM 10 PM Sat 8 30 AM 10 PM Closed Sunday Closed Sunday Special Collections 6 Windows 1 Mac M Th 8 AM 7 PM M Th 8 AM 7 PM F 8 AM 5 PM Fri 8 AM 5 PM Sat 9 AM 5 PM Sat 9 AM 5 PM Closed Sunday Closed Sunday Fischer Dorm 6 Windows Open 24 7 May be in use McManis Evans Dorm 6 Windows Open 24 7 May be in use Smith Traber Dorm 5 Windows Open 24 7 May be in use Williston Dorm 3 Windows Open 24 7 May be in use Guests and Alumni There are four computers in Buswell Library for guests of Wheaton College to use Alumni can sign in to any of the Buswell Library lab computers AIT

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Services/Academic-and-Institutional-Technology/Support-and-Services/Computer-Labs (2016-02-16)
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  • Computer Science | Wheaton
    interdisciplinary approach to devising efficient solutions to the puzzles of the world Menu Mathematics Computer Science Curriculum Faculty Emeriti Faculty Student Profiles Resources and Opportunities Department News Events Student Highlights Mathematics and Computer Science Science Building 1st Floor 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5151 math wheaton edu Why Study Computer Science Some people are attracted to computer science because they like fiddling with computers Others enjoy how computers allow people to communicate in new and faster ways Some see computer science as a gateway to career opportunities Creative Problem Solving At Wheaton we believe computer science is not about the technical details of this or that technology but about problem solving One of the most interdisciplinary fields computer science connects to work in the sciences social sciences literature and music not just providing computing technology aids but also training the mind for the rigorous logical thinking required by each discipline Computer science isn t just about programming but it involves a lot of it Programming is one of the most creative human activities as a programmer can create nearly unlimited worlds in the most flexible medium possible software The Computer Science Experience at Wheaton Innovative Curriculum The computer science faculty at Wheaton have crafted a home grown curriculum that is suited for our top quality students adapted to the liberal arts environment continuously updated with the changes in technology and honed to prepare our students to compete in the modern marketplace Explore some of the curricular innovations that provide the key classroom experiences Early Exposure to Software Development One of the formative experiences is the software development course CSCI 335 Most of the work is done in a semester long group project where students produce a major piece of software Software engineering courses are common in computer science programs but Wheaton is unusual in placing this experience early in the major students jokingly refer to the course as sophomore development View some of the software development projects these students have worked on Top Notch Peers What are Wheaton computer science majors like As a student in our department one of the most important aspects of your experience here is your peers Check out the profiles of some recent and current computer science majors and minors Resources and Opportunities The computer science department at Wheaton offers many opportunities and resources to connect with other students and apply what you re learning including Computer Science Lab Programming Competitions Ice Cream Social Special Events and Speakers Learn More Is Wheaton s computer science program the right fit for you Contact the department to ask questions or schedule a visit Computer Science Meet the Computer Science Faculty Meet the professors with whom you will study computer science at Wheaton College More Computer Science Opportunities Find out about the computer labs the competitions and some of the events that are part of the computer science experience at Wheaton More Computer Science Software Development Projects Find out why one of the best

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/Math-CompSci/Computer-Science (2016-02-16)
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