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  • Stewart DeSoto | Wheaton
    American Astronomical Society American Physcial Society American Assoication of Physics Teachers American Scientific Affiliation Research Dr DeSoto s is currently interested in exploring the observational evidence for the existence of Intermediate Mass Black Holes IMBH At present there is strong evidence for the reality of both stellar mass and supermassive black holes which leads to the intriguing question why aren t there black holes of in between sizes There is some indication that such goldilox black holes might exist in certain dwarf galaxies but their existence is still in the speculative stage Dr DeSoto is using spectral data in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey to search for observational clues in so called pea galaxies and in star clusters in nearby galaxies Publications J A Martindale S E Barrett C A Klug K E E O Hara S M DeSoto C P Slichter T A Friedmann and D M Ginsburg NMR in the superconducting state of YBa2Cu3O7 Physica C 185 189 93 97 1991 J A Martindale S E Barrett C A Klug K E O Hara S M DeSoto C P Slichter T A Friedmann and D M Ginsburg Anisotropy and magnetic field dependence of the planar copper NMR spin lattice relaxation rate in the superconducting state of YBa2Cu3O7 Physical Review Letters 68 702 705 1992 C P Slichter S E Barrett J A Martindale D J Durand C H Pennington C A Klug K E O Hara S M DeSoto T Imai J P Rice T A Friedmann D M Ginsberg NMR Studies of the Superconducting State of Copper Oxide Superconductors Applied Magnetic Resonance 3 423 448 1992 S M DeSoto C P Slichter H H Wang U Geiser J M Williams Evidence for the Role of Fluxoids in Enhancing NMR Spin Lattice Relaxation and Implications for Intrinsic Pinning of the Flux Lattice in Organic Superconductors Physical Review Letters 70 2956 2959 1993 C P Slichter J A Martindale S E Barrett K E O Hara S M DeSoto T Imai D J Durand C H Pennington T A Friedmann W C Lee D M Ginsberg NMR Studies of the Superconducting Pairing State of YBa2Cu3O7 J Physics Chemistry Solids 54 1439 1445 1993 S M DeSoto C P Slichter H H Wang U Geiser J M Williams 13C NMR Studies of the Normal and Superconducting States of k ET 2Cu N CN 2 Br Physical Review B 52 10 364 10 368 1996 C P Slichter R L Corey N J Curro S M DeSoto K E O Hara T Imai A M Kini H H Wang U Geiser J M Williams K Yoshimura M Katoh K Kosuge Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Electron Spins Some History Ancient and in the Making Phil Mag B 74 545 561 1996 S M DeSoto C P Slichter A M Kini H H Wang U Geiser J M Williams 13C NMR Lineshape Studies of the Organic Superconductor k ET 2Cu N CN 2 Br Physical Review B 52 16 101 16 107 1996

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  • Danilo Diedrichs | Wheaton
    Collège Rousseau Geneva Switzerland 1992 About Danilo Diedrichs The focus of Dr Diedrichs research is mathematical modeling he specializes in nonlinear dynamical systems bifurcation theory and catastrophe theory His modeling approaches are used in the analysis control and design of complex interacting networks in cell biology biochemistry ecology epidemiology and supply chain logistics As a civil engineer Dr Diedrichs has done research in structural engineering at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology where he developed a mathematical model for the composite resistance of multi span wood concrete beams Raised and educated in Switzerland Dr Diedrichs is fluent in five languages he holds a U S customs broker s license and private pilot s license He has extensive professional experience in engineering and intermodal sea rail road international supply chain logistics gathered throughout his 10 year long career prior to coming to Wheaton College Dr Diedrichs other interests include playing the piano and remaining active outdoors In the summer he enjoys hiking biking and swimming and in the winter skiing and ice skating He is an amateur ice dancer and competes in freestyle figure skating at the USFSA adult gold level Office Hours Monday 3 15 5 00 pm Tuesday 1 00 2 30 pm Wednesday 3 15 5 00 pm Thursday 2 30 3 30 pm Or by appointment Courses Taught Math 101 Quantitative Skills Math 231 Calculus I Math 232 Calculus II Math 245 Linear Algebra Math 301 Colloquium in Research Methods Math 302 Applied Project Math 331 Vector Calculus Math 333 Differential Equations Math 364 Mathematical Modeling Math 385 Topics in Applied Math Numerical Analysis and Mathematical Modeling Math 485 Advanced Topics in Mathematics Partial Differential Equations Professional Memberships Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics SIAM Mathematical Association of America MAA Research Applied mathematics computational science mathematical modeling dynamical systems applications of mathematics in biology ecology epidemiology and business Selected Publications Invited and Contributed Talks Diedrichs D Phelps K Isihara P Quantifying Communication Effects in Disaster Response Logistics A Multiple Network System Dynamics Model Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management accepted Diedrichs D Isihara P Buursma D The Schedule Effect Can Recurrent Peak Infections be Reduced without Vaccines Quarantines or School Closings Mathematical Biosciences 248C 46 53 2014 PDF Arensdorf AM Diedrichs D Rutkowski DT Regulation of the Transcriptome by ER Stress Non Canonical Mechanisms and Physiological Consequences Frontiers in Genetics 4 256 2013 PDF Curtu R Diedrichs D Small Scale Modeling Approach and Circuit Wiring of the Unfolded Protein Response in Mammalian Cells Advances in Computational Biology Springer 2010 PDF Diedrichs D Reverse Engineering of the Unfolded Protein Response using Polynomial Dynamical Systems Joint Mathematics Meetings San Diego CA Jan 9 2013 Brenner C Diedrichs D Mayer A Mathematical Modeling of NAD Metabolism in Saccaromyces Cerevisiae University of Iowa Summer Research Symposium Jul 26 2012 Curtu R Diedrichs D A Mathematical Model for the Unfolded Protein Response to Stress in the Endoplasmic Reticulum of Mammalian Cells Joint Mathematics Meetings Boston MA Jan 7 2012 Diedrichs

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  • Jonathan Eckert | Wheaton
    playing basketball trying to keep up with his three children and spending as much time as possible with his wife Courses Taught Statistics in Education Classroom Communication and Curriculum Integration Theories and Methods of Teaching Elementary and Middle School Language Arts General Methods of Teaching Elementary and Middle School Science for Elementary Teachers Senior Seminar Methods Practicum Supervision Student Teaching Supervision Research Teaching effectiveness and evaluation Strategic compensation Teacher leadership Teacher preparation Science education Membership in Professional Societies American Educational Research Association Phi Delta Kappa Selected Publications Eckert J forthcoming Teach like a novice Building expertise to break the status quo Corwin Press Thousand Oaks CA Eckert J forthcoming Student growth measures A view from the classroom In Kappler Hewitt K Amrein Beardsley A Eds Student growth measures in policy and practice Intended and unintended consequences of high stakes teacher evaluations New York NY Palgrave Macmillan Holland J Eckert J Allen M 2015 From pre service to teacher leadership Meeting the future in educator preparation Association of Teacher Educators Yearbook XXIII Eckert J 2014 October Teach like a novice Classroom management lessons from beginning teachers Phi Delta Kappan 96 2 13 18 Eckert J 2014 Christian liberal arts teacher preparation for 21 st century students Religion Education 41 2 207 19 Retrieved from Religion Education Eckert J 2013 February Increasing educator effectiveness Lessons learned from selected TIF sites A report for Capitol Hill prepared with funding from the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching Retrieved from the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching Egeland P Eckert J 2012 Mentoring A unique opportunity for liberal arts teacher preparation AILACTE Journal 9 2 49 64 Eckert J Byrd A December 2012 Back to the classroom A way forward Phi Delta Kappan 94 4 49 52 Berry B Eckert J 2012 Creating teacher incentives for school excellence and equity Boulder CO National Education Policy Center Retrieved May 10 2012 from the National Education Policy Center Eckert J 2012 April 14 How labor management relationships advance reforms Findings from 12 districts Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Conference Vancouver British Columbia Eckert J December 2011 Teachers and Faith Phi Delta Kappan 93 4 20 23 Eckert J Ed 2011 Labor management relationships as a vehicle to advance reform Findings from the U S Department of Education s Labor Management Conference Washington DC U S Department of Education Retrieved from the U S Department of Education Eckert J 2011 Science education Oxford Bibliographies Online New York NY Oxford University Press Retrieved from Oxford Bibliographies Online Eckert J 2010 November 10 Friends to teachers at the U S Department of Education Education Week 30 11 26 27 Eckert J 2010 Performance based compensation Design and implementation at six teacher incentive fund sites Santa Monica CA National Institute for Excellence in Teaching White paper funded by The Gates Foundation and The Joyce Foundation 44 000 presented on Senate side of Capitol Hill for legislators and staffers Retrieved from the National Institute for Excellence in

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  • Paul Egeland | Wheaton
    college graduation and as an intermediate grade teacher in St Charles Illinois Dr Egeland was active in the school s outdoor education program This fit well with his camping background and led to graduate studies in Outdoor Teacher Education His interest in experiential education continued in South America where he served with TEAM as an educator at a school for missionary children in the Andes Mountains and while there inaugurated an outdoor education program For five years Dr Egeland was absent from the classroom to help administer a large outdoor education and conference center in Wisconsin He returned to the Fox Valley area of Illinois to pursue doctoral studies while continuing teaching in the elementary classroom In responding to the invitation to join Wheaton s Department of Education his teaching research international travels and camping outdoor education experiences have provided the impetus to encourage prospective teachers Presently he coordinates all undergraduate teacher licensure programs Dr Egeland is married to Marie a marriage and family therapist and travel professional They have two lovely daughters one wonderful son in law and continue to reside and worship in the Fox River Valley an enjoyable bike ride from the Wheaton campus Courses Taught Theories and Methods of Teaching Elementary and Middle School Social Studies Theories and Methods of Teaching Elementary and Middle School Language Arts Middle Grade Practicum Advanced Curriculum in Elementary Education Elementary and Secondary Methods Practicum Student Teaching Supervision Membership in Professional Societies Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Christian College Teacher Education Coordinating Council International Community of Christian Teacher Educators National Council of Teachers of English National Council for the Social Studies National Science Teachers Association Phi Delta Kappa International Research International Student Teaching Male Elementary Teachers Outdoor Teacher Education Technology Education School Choice Publications Egeland P Dryden N 2015 Partnering with parents Strengthening the link between Hispanic students and their teachers Critical Issues in Teacher Education 22 38 45 Egeland P Eckert J 2012 Fall Mentoring A unique opportunity for liberal arts teacher preparation AILACTE Journal 9 1 49 64 Egeland P Sovocool J Marble J 2012 Challenges for male elementary teachers Present status perceptions and possibilities Critical Issues in Teacher Education 19 42 52 Egeland P Marble J Sovocool J 2010 May Men teachers in elementary education An endangered species Paper presented at the ICCTE Ninth Biennial Conference LaTourneau University Longview TX Egeland P Barwegen L and Morrison S 2009 February Going the distance in education Utilizing remote contexts to enhance the preparation of teacher candidates Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of AILACTE Chicago IL Egeland P September November 2009 New teachers and technology preparation Immersion or infusion I Manager s Journal on School Educational Technology 5 2 1 7 Egeland P McIlrath S 2008 School choice or school s choice Who s choosing whom Scholarlypartnershipsedu 3 1 76 87 Egeland P Nov 2008 Inequities in K 12 education Preparing leaders to address social injustice Paper presented at the Conference on Christianity and Diversity in America CCDA at

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  • Becky Eggimann | Wheaton
    details As a computational chemist I use computers and programs to create models of chemical systems and then explore the interactions of the molecules and atoms that comprise the system Rather than just imagining what I might see through my window to the molecular world now I can make an actual well virtual anyhow window and see for myself what really goes on in complex chemical environments Apart from research and teaching I enjoy spending time with friends and being a part of the Wheaton community Courses Taught General Chemistry Chemistry in Context Biochemistry Advanced Biochemistry Special Topics in Biochemistry Drugs and Society Physical Chemistry I and II Methods of Physical Chemistry Independent Research Chemistry in Context Computational Biochemistry Membership in Professional Societies American Chemical Society American Scientific Affiliation Molecular Education and Research Consortium in Undergraduate Computational Chemistry MERCURY Research My research involves using molecular simulations primarily Monte Carlo methods to investigate the microscopic properties of interesting aqueous systems For more information on my current projects and the students involved please visit my research page Publications and Presentations Publications Eggimann Becky L AMARA J SUNNARBORG HUDSON STERN ANDREW P BLISS and J Ilja Siepmann An online parameter and property database for the TraPPE force field Molecular Simulation in press Eggimann Becky L Vitaly V Vostrikov Gianluigi Veglia and J Ilja Siepmann Modeling helical proteins using dipolar couplings sparse long range distance constraints and a simple residue based force field Theoretical Chemistry Accounts 132 1388 1388 16 2013 Lindsey Rebecca K Jake L Rafferty Becky L Eggimann J Ilja Siepmann and Mark R Schure Molecular simulation studies of reversed phase liquid chromatography A review Journal of Chromatography A 1287 60 82 2013 B L Eggimann J I Siepmann Size effects on the solvation structure of ions at the aqueous liquid vapor interface J Phys Chem C 112 210 218 2008 J L Rafferty L Zhang N D Zhuravlev K E Anderson B L Eggimann M J McGrath J I Siepmann Large scale Monte Carlo simulations for aggregation self assembly and phase equilibrium in Large Scale Molecular Dynamics Nanoscale and Mesoscale Modeling and Simulation pp 180 200 eds R B Ross and S Mohanty Wiley New York 2008 B L Eggimann J I Siepmann L E Fried Application of the TraPPE force field to predicting isothermal pressure volume curves at high pressures and high temperatures Intl J Thermophys 28 196 804 2007 I F W Kuo C J Mundy B L Eggimann M J McGrath J I Siepmann B Chen J Vieceli D J Tobias Structure dynamics and thermodynamics of the aqueous liquid vapor interface A comprehensive particle based study J Phys Chem B 110 3738 3746 2006 A Mascioni B L Eggimann G Veglia Determination of helical membrane protein topology using residual dipolar couplings and exhaustive search algorithm Application to phospholamban Chem Phys Lipids 132 133 144 2004 Presentations B L Eggimann Simulating Aqueous Systems Invited Presentation Midwest Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics Conference South Bend IN 6 2010 B L Eggimann

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  • Seth Ehorn | Wheaton
    304 Phone 630 752 7172 Email seth ehorn wheaton edu Education PhD University of Edinburgh 2015 M A Wheaton College Graduate School 2010 MDiv Bethel Theological Seminary 2008 B A Bethel University 2005 About Seth Ehorn The past is a foreign country they do things differently there So wrote L P Hartley at the opening of his excellent book The Go Between 1953 Having lived and studied in Scotland for four years Hartley s quote rings true for me in a powerful way Likewise as a scholar of New Testament and Christian Origins Hartley s words remind me that studying the New Testament can sometimes feel like living abroad Indeed they do things differently there Prior to coming to Wheaton I took the Ph D in New Testament Language Literature and Theology from the University of Edinburgh My research centers on historical questions related to the emergence of early Christianity and I enjoy sharing insights into the forces and factors that shaped the movement Following from my doctoral dissertation on the citation of Psalm 68 67 19 in Ephesians 4 8 I am actively researching the questions of how and why ancient authors adapted the wording of their sources in the act of quotation These questions are all the more interesting because many of the New Testament s citations from Israel s Scriptures have been altered a practice that seems very foreign to modern readers No stranger to Wheaton College I am particularly excited by Wheaton s mission to educate the whole person and to foster excellence within the context of Wheaton s Christian heritage I hope to inspire my students by challenging them to be more rigorous in their thinking more Christian in their assumptions and more charitable in their engagement with others When I am not teaching or researching I love spending time with my wife Rachel and my one year old son Additionally I enjoy cooking French and Spanish cuisine Courses BITH 213 New Testament Literature and Interpretation GREK 101 Greek Grammar I GREK 102 Greek Grammar II GREK 201 Intermediate Greek Grammar Membership in Professional Societies British New Testament Society Institute for Biblical Research Society of Biblical Literature Select Publications Composite Citations in Antiquity New Testament Uses co edited with Sean Adams LNTS London T T Clark forthcoming 2017 Intertextuality In Encyclopedia of Biblical Reception Literature Berlin Gruyter forthcoming 2016 Composite Citations in Antiquity Early Jewish Graeco Roman and Early Christian Uses co edited with Sean Adams LNTS London T T Clark Bloomsbury 2015 Link to publication Composite Citations in Plutarch Forthcoming in Composite Citations in Antiquity see above What is a Composite Citation An Introduction Forthcoming in Composite Citations in Antiquity see above Galatians 1 8 and Paul s Reading of Abraham s Story Journal for Theological Studies 64 2 2013 439 44 Link to publication The Use of Psalm 68 67 19 in Ephesians 4 8 A History of Research Currents in Biblical Research 12 1 2013 96 120 Link to publication A more

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  • Keith Eiten | Wheaton
    Center Archives Billy Graham Center Museum Bookstore Buswell Memorial Library 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 Faculty Keith Eiten Keith Eiten M A M S Menu Becky Eggimann Elisha Eveleigh Jonathan Eckert Karin Redekopp Edwards Keith Eiten Paul Egeland Seth Ehorn Assistant Professor of Library Science On Faculty since 2000 Office Buswell Library 021 Phone 630 752 5092 Email keith eiten wheaton edu Education M S library science University of Illinois Urbana Champaign 1987 M A musicology University of Iowa 1986 B A music Dordt College 1982 About Keith Eiten Keith s interests include the History and literature of American music musical iconography copyright issues and the history of photography Subject librarian for Music Art Communication Studies Membership in Professional Societies Music Library Association Association of Recorded Sound Collections 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 Sports and Recreation Student Care MyWheaton Arts Academics Art

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  • Elisha Eveleigh | Wheaton
    adolescents with autism spectrum disorders Relative to this population she is interested effective therapy to address mental health concerns as well as the development of adaptive functioning Dr Eveleigh is a Licensed School Psychologist in the state of Illinois She enjoys kayaking and snow skiing Courses Taught Introduction to Psychology Developmental Psychology Theories Principles of Counseling Abnormal Psychology Advanced Statistics and Psychological Assessment Current Issues in School Psychology Membership in Professional Societies National Association of School Psychologists Illinois School Psychologists Association Research Dr Eveleigh is interested in the efficacy and efficiency of academic and behavioral interventions particularly in urban school settings Publications Watson T Eveleigh E formally accepted Teaching Psychological Theories Integration tasks and teaching strategies Journal of Psychology and Theology Joseph L M Eveleigh E Konrad M Neef N Volpe R 2012 Comparison of the effects of two flashcard drill methods on children s reading performance Instructional efficiency revisited Journal of Applied School Psychology 28 4 317 337 Aten J Boan D Flanagan K Canning S Hall S Eveleigh E Rueger S Kang E Pressley J 2012 Booklet Helping children cope with traumatic events Wheaton IL Humanitarian Disaster Institute Wheaton College Joseph L M Konrad M Cates G Eveleigh E 2012 A meta analytic review of cover copy compare and variations of this self management procedure Psychology in the Schools 49 2 122 136 Joseph L M Eveleigh E 2011 Helping struggling readers in secondary schools In A Cantor Servio Caroll Eds Helping Children at Home and School III Handouts From Your School Psychologist Bethesda MD National Association of School Psychologists Joseph L M Eveleigh E 2011 Encouraging positive attitudes Strategies for parents and teachers In A Cantor Servio Caroll Eds Helping Children at Home and School III Handouts From Your School Psychologist Bethesda MD National Association of School Psychologists Joseph L M Eveleigh E 2011 Effective Instructional Approaches to Reading in Primary Grades In A Cantor Servio Caroll Eds Helping Children at Home and School III Handouts From Your School Psychologist Bethesda MD National Association of School Psychologists Joseph L M Eveleigh E 2011 A review of the effects of self monitoring on the reading performance of students with disabilities Journal of Special Education 45 43 53 Konrad M Joseph L M Eveleigh E 2009 A meta analytic review of guided notes Education and Treatment of Children 32 3 421 444 Presentations Eveleigh E 2014 Summer Literacy Development A Reading Intervention for Middle School Refugees National Association of School Psychology National Convention formally accepted Eveleigh H Eveleigh E 2014 Race to Success A Collaborative Behavior Intervention for Middle School National Association of School Psychology National Convention formally accepted Eveleigh E L Joseph L M 2010 Examining Instructional Efficiency among Flashcard Drill and Practice Methods with a Sample of First Graders National Association of School Psychology National Convention Joseph L M Eveleigh E L 2010 A Review of the Effects of Self Monitoring on the Reading Performance of Students with Disabilities National Association of School Psychology National Convention Auletto

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