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  • Karin Redekopp Edwards | Wheaton
    Trust Company N A Home Academics Faculty Karin Redekopp Edwards Karin Redekopp Edwards D M Menu Becky Eggimann Elisha Eveleigh Jonathan Eckert Karin Redekopp Edwards Keith Eiten Paul Egeland Seth Ehorn Professor of Music Piano On Faculty since 1987 Office McAlister Hall 222 Phone 630 752 5821 Email karin edwards wheaton edu Education D M Indiana University About Karin Redekopp Edwards Karin Redekopp Edwards performs frequently in Canada and the U S as guest artist with orchestra and in solo recital As a member of the duo piano team Redekopp and Edwards she has performed in Japan Korea England Canada and the U S and recorded Two Piano Tapestry Redekopp Edwards and the Mennonite Piano Concerto With grants from the Canada Council Dr Edwards earned MM and DM degrees at Indiana University studying with artist teachers Abbey Simon Alfonso Montecino Julius Herford and Menahem Pressler Chamber music coaches included Josef Gingold Janos Starker and William Primrose As a collaborative artist Dr Edwards has recorded several CDs performed on Live from WFMT toured South Africa Israel Europe England Canada and the U S and has appeared as guest pianist at chamber music festivals with broadcasts on National Public Radio Dr Edwards has served as the pianist for the Milwaukee Symphony and the Milwaukee Symphony Chorus working with conductors Robert Shaw Lukas Foss Rafael Frubeck de Burgos and others She has recorded a solo CD featuring works of Chopin Liszt and Eckhardt Gramatté and is featured on a CD of Canadian artists Dr Edwards has served as 1st Vice President and Convention Chair of the Illinois State Music Teachers Association 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

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  • Nancy Falciani-White | Wheaton
    B A Interdisciplinary Studies Wheaton College 2004 About Nancy Falciani White I oversee the Teaching and Outreach area of Buswell Library which includes the services and activities of library instruction outreach reference educational technology and assessment I enjoy having the opportunity to participate in the research process with students and faculty providing research instruction and support to individuals and classes in a variety of disciplines Closely related to this interest is my research into the many components of the activity of research including reading information seeking information processing and information organization and management particularly the ways in which these components interact and how they are affected by technological developments Other research interests include the role of academic libraries in higher education and library science curriculum and education In my free time I m often found reading or working on renovations to our 1928 home Other personal interests include American history the Civil War and the Second World War homefront particularly genealogy gardening and the accompanying canning freezing and preserving and martial arts My husband and I live in West Chicago and attend St Mark s Episcopal Church in Geneva Subject Librarian for Sociology Anthropology Human Needs and Global Resources Psychology Membership in Professional Societies American Library Association American Society for Information Science Technology Association of College and Research Libraries Publications Falciani White N and Tomcik L 2015 Advertise with confidence Evaluating advertising assessment in light of business best practices College and Undergraduate Libraries 22 1 45 60 Falciani White N 2012 Understanding information seeking behavior of faculty and students A review of the literature In M P Popp D Dallis Eds Planning and implementing resource discovery tools in academic libraries 1 21 Hershey PA Falciani White N 2008 Running with perseverance The theological library s challenge of keeping pace with

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  • Kelly Flanagan | Wheaton
    need and potential in children s peer relations and spiritual development Journal of Psychology and Christianity 31 3 15 Tu K Erath S E Flanagan K S 2012 Can socially adept friends protect peer victimized early adolescents against lower academic competence Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 33 24 30 Flanagan K S Kahn T Gregory R J 2011 Clinical training in the Wheaton College Psy D Program Journal of Psychology and Christianity 30 148 155 Erath S E Flanagan K S Bierman K B 2010 Friendships Moderate Psychosocial Maladjustment in Socially Anxious Early Adolescents Journal of Applied Developmental Psych ology 31 15 26 Erath S A Flanagan K S Bierman K B 2008 Early Adolescent School Adjustment Contributions of Friendship and Peer Victimization Social Development 17 853 870 Flanagan K S Erath S A Bierman K B 2008 Unique Associations between Peer Relationships and Social Anxiety in Early Adolescence Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 37 759 769 Erath S A Flanagan K S Bierman K B 2007 Social anxiety and peer relations in early adolescence Behavioral and cognitive factors Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 35 405 416 Yangarber Hicks N Behensky C Canning Flanagan K S S S Gibson N J S Hicks M W Kimball C N Pak J H Plante T Porter S L 2006 Invitation to the table conversation A few diverse perspectives on integration Journal of Psychology and Christianity 25 4 338 353 Select Recent Presentations with Students Vanden Hoek K K Flanagan K S Moore E A Schuler G Hughes T 2014 How levels of empathy and bully victim status affect forgiveness Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association Washington DC De la O E R Flanagan K S Holcomb A Schuler G 2014 Toward and understanding of resilience for at risk Guatemalan youth Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association Washington DC Davis W Flanagan K S Cahill M Schuler G Cuthbert A 2014 Exploring the forgiveness process in children A case study Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies Atlanta GA Mitchell H E Flanagan K S Moore E A Post R 2013 Ethnic discrimination among Guatemalan youth Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association Honolulu Hawaii Loveall R Flanagan K S Morrison C M Sorenson M 2013 A culture of injustice Fostering spiritual and psychological well being in Guatemalan children through seeking justice Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies Portland OR Kelly S L Flanagan K S Young A M Morrison C M Mitchell H E de la O E R 2012 The life stress and coping of Guatemalan children and adolescents Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association Orlando FL Moore E A Smith K J Flanagan K S Sanders M 2012 Bullying and coping A review and synthesis of recent empirical studies Poster presented at the Annual Convention of

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  • David B. Fletcher | Wheaton
    a dissertation on the ethics of human subjects research at the University of Illinois Bioethical issues occupied Dr Fletcher as Visiting Scholar at Oxford University in 1991 He applies his research in bioethics in his service on ethics committees and consulting on clinical ethical issues both at Central DuPage Hospital and at Fairview Ministries a retirement and nursing facility He does some teaching at the graduate level in the bioethics program at Trinity International University where is a Fellow of the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity He helped to found The Center for Applied Christian Ethics at Wheaton College and today chairs its Steering Committee was Vice President of the Illinois Philosophical Association 1997 1999 and serves on the editorial board of the journal Ethics Medicine He is a frequent speaker to medical and community groups on bioethics and to business groups on business ethics He has published in ethical theory bioethics and social philosophy and has been interviewed for articles in U S News and World Report the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Sun Times and has appeared on television Dissertation and Publications Ethical Aspects of Human Subject Research in Biomedicine Doctoral dissertation University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign James Wallace Director University Microfilms 1984 Numerous entries in reference works and book reviews Social and Political Perspectives in the Thought of Soren Kierkegaard University Press of America 1981 Willing and Doing in Jennifer Grant Cathleen Falsani eds Disquiet Time Rants and Reflections on the Good Book by the Skeptical the Faithful and a Few Scoundrels Jericho Books 2014 Foreword in Leone Nunley with Dan Merrill Fighting for David Tyndale House Publishers March 2006 Substance Abuse in Erwin Fahlbusch Jan Mili Lochman John Mbiti Jaroslav Pelikan Lukas Vischer Geoffrey W Bromiley David B Barrett The Encyclopedia of Christianity forthcoming Particular Divine Commands in Mark Nelson Michael Beaty and Carlton Fisher eds Christian Theism and Moral Philosophy edited by Michael Beaty Carlton Fisher and Mark T Nelson University of Leeds UK Mercer University Press 1998 Holy Living Assisted Dying an Anglican Perspective on Assisted Suicide Ethics and Medicine vol 20 No 1 Spring 2004 3 5 42 The Future of Biotechnology Christian Living Quarterly Vol 2 No 2 May 2004 21 27 English 44 48 Chinese Gambling and Character International Journal of Applied Philosophy Vol 17 No 1 Spring 2003 1 15 Autonomy and Polygamy Ethics and Medicine vol 17 No 2 Fall 2001 Response to Nigel de S Cameron s Bioethics and the Challenge of a Post Consensus Society Ethics and Medicine Spring 1995 11 1 The Difference that Family Makes On the Bioethics Front Second Opinion April 1993 Christian Social Justice and Rawls Liberalism Christian Scholar s Review 19 3 March 1990 231 242 Must Wolterstorff Sell His House Faith and Philosophy 4 2 April 1987 187 197 Is There a Right to Health Care Christian Scholar s Review 16 3 The Ethics of Bioethics Dignity Summer 2001 Contributing author The Covenental Nature of Health Care Is There

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  • Nadine Folino-Rorem | Wheaton
    Miami University Ohio Personal Sports of all types especially outdoor sports scuba diving cooking pottery Courses Taught BIOL 241 College Biology I BIOL 242 College Biology II BIOL 303 Contemporary Issues in Biology BIOL 314 Environmental Science BIOL 252 Biological Systems BIOL 353 Stream Ecology BIOL 365 Marine Biology BIOL 368 Invertebrate Zoology BIOL 494 Senior Capstone Membership in Professional Societies North American Benthological Society Sigma Xi The American Scientific Affiliation Xerces Society Research Ecology taxonomy and physiological adaptability of the colonial hydroid Cordylophora spp Collaborative research with Jim Soteckel Miami University Ohio and Wheaton College undergradutes Assessing the the association between two invasive speices in Lake Michigan the hydroid Cordylophora spp with the zebra mussel Dreissena polymorpha Papers Published and or Presented Nadine C Folino Rorem D Ausilio Cori Ann Nancy Schable John A Darling 2007 Genetic analysis reveals multiple cryptic species for the invasive euryhaline hydrozoan genus Cordylophora IN PREP Biological Invasions Folino Rorem NC Sauer Joe and Klassen Lindsey 2007 The Effects of Salinity on the Growth and Morphology of the Colonial Hydroid Cordylophora spp IN PREP Journal of Experimental Zoology Folino Rorem NC and James Stoeckel 2006 Exploring the coexistence of the hydroid Cordylophora caspia and the zebra mussel Dreissena polymorpha counterbalancing effects of filamentous substrate and predation Aquatic Invaders 17 2 8 16 read article pdf Folino Rorem Nadine James Stoeckel Emily Thorn and Laura Page 2006 Effects of artificial filamentous substrate on zebra mussel Dreissena polymorpha settlement Biological Invasions 8 89 96 read article pdf Folino Rorem NC and Jennifer Indelicato 2005 Controlling biofouling caused by the colonial hydroid Cordylophora caspia Water Research 39 2731 2737 read article pdf Folino Rorem Nadine C Nathan Lee Hannah Muller and Esther Papp The adaptive life history of an invasive euryhaline hydroid Cordylophora caspia 14th International Invasive Species Conference Key Biscayne Florida May 2006 D Ausilio Cori Ann and N C Folino Rorem Molecular and Morphological Analyses of the Euryhaline Colonial Hydroid Cordylophora spp Benthic Ecology Meetings Williamsburg Virginia April 2005 Folino Rorem Nadine James Stoeckel Laura Page and Emily Thorn Effects of Natural and Artificial Filamentous Substrate on Settlement of Zebra Mussel Larvae 13th International Invasive Species Conference Ennis Ireland September 2004 Folino Rorem Nadine C Jim Stoeckel Emily Thorn Laura Page Chris Flinn The Effects of the Hydroid Cordylophora sp and Filamentous Substrate on Larval Settlement in the Zebra Mussel Dreissena polymorpha 12th International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species June 9 12 2003 Windsor Ontario Canada Folino Rorem N C J A Stoeckel E E Thorn L C Page C Flinn Effects of a colonial hydrozoan Cordylophora sp and filamentous substrate on larval settlement in the zebra mussel Dreissena polymorpha 51st Annual North American Benthological Society meetings May 27 31 2003 Athens GA Page L E Thorn and N C Folino Rorem 2003 Proceedings of the Mississippi River Research Consortium Volume 35 April 25 26th 2003 Annual Meetings La Crosse WI Won Best Student Presentation Award Folino N C 2000 Aspects of Colonial Hydroid Cordylophora

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  • Brett Foster | Wheaton
    the Renaissance Brill forthcoming Harry s Peregrinations An Italianate Defense of Henry VIII Henry VIII in History ed Thomas Betteridge and Thomas S Freeman Aldershot Ashgate 2012 23 50 Hell is Discovered The Roman Destination of Doctor Faustus Christopher Marlowe the Craftsman Lives Stage and Page ed M L Stapleton and Sarah K Scott Aldershot Ashgate 2010 179 97 Cecco Angiolieri and Comic Realistic Sonnets Literary Imagination 12 no 3 2010 266 74 Each Letter In the Letter Textual Testimonies in Shakespeare Word and Rite The Bible and Ceremony in Selected Shakespearean Works ed Beatrice Batson Cambridge Scholars 2010 113 52 The Goodliest Place In This World Early Tudor Reactions to Papal Rome in The Sacred and Profane in English Renaissance Literature ed Mary A Papazian Newark University of Delaware Press 2008 27 56 Gregory Martin s Holy Latinate Jerusalem Roman English Romanist Values and the Rheims New Testament 1582 Prose Studies 28 no 2 2006 130 49 Infinite Commodities William Thomas s Edifying Encounter with Renaissance Rome genre 24 2004 10 38 Literary Essays How Turns Came Early On a Surprising Poem by Theognis Voltage Poetry forthcoming The Severe Sensualist An Obituarial Essay on Jack Gilbert Books Culture forthcoming Week of Popes On Assisi Francis I and His Namesake The Huffington Post October 2013 On Bookstores Books and Reading epistolary essay written with Wes Hill Books Culture online June 2013 The New Seminary Co op epistolary essay written with Wes Hill Books Culture online June 2013 Curiosity About Papal Elections 500 Years Earlier The Huffington Post April 2013 The Mediator Is the Message Some Retrospective Readings of Thomas Lynch s The Sin Eater A Breviary The Cresset 76 no 1 2012 18 27 England s Green Pleasant Land Jez Butterworth s Jerusalem Books Culture 18 no 4 2012 35 37 Hobbit Headquarters in Chicagoland The Huffington Post December 2012 Bob Hicok and Jamaal May Spoken Words Worth the Trip Books Culture online December 2012 481 Laurel Avenue Fitzgerald s Birthplace and the Man Who Lovingly Restored It Books Culture online October 2012 E Mail Nirvana Getting to Zero The Chronicle Review September 2012 Poetry Classroom Hard Road by Li Bai with students Tweetspeak Poetry September 2012 The Creative Writer s Big Show a Report from the 2012 AWP Conference Books Culture online March 2012 Contemporary Poetry A Renewed Medium for Social Consciousness Capital Commentary January 2012 A Refreshingly Marlowe Summer The Marlowe Society of America Newsletter 31 no 1 2011 4 5 Letter from Helmsley Books Culture online August 2011 Introducing Two Poems by Owen Barfield Seven 27 2010 61 66 Crying Giant On Rilke s Poetry The Common Review 9 no 2 2010 49 51 Bright Stamps John Keats Letters to Fanny Brawne Books Culture 16 no 5 2010 36 40 London Letters epistolary essays exchanged with Alan Jacobs Books Culture online May 2010 Reading Marlowe Again Kenyon Review 31 no 4 fall 2009 179 83 The Continuing Reign of Queen Elizabeth The Common Review 7 no 2

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  • Melissa Franklin-Harkrider | Wheaton
    worked with students on a range of independent research projects including studies of nationalism early modern Ireland and women s history Besides her academic interests she cherishes spending time with her husband Curtis an optical engineer and their son Ethan She and her husband have served together in college ministry through InterVarsity and their local church Currently they attend a church in Wheaton where they participate in a small group and in children s ministry In her spare time she enjoys reading and walking her dog Jasper a squirrel stalking face licking dynamo who is particularly fond of college students Dr Harkrider s research focuses on early modern Europe She is specifically interested in the dynamic and diverse responses of men and women to religious change in sixteenth century England Her work examines the development of Protestantism among England s governing classes and studies how the process of religious change shaped kinship and patronage relationships in this turbulent period Her book entitled Women Reform and Community in Early Modern England Katherine Willoughby Duchess of Suffolk and Lincolnshire s Godly Aristocracy 1519 1603 was published in March 2008 This monograph examines the intermittent and complex process through which Willoughby her family friends and neighbors embraced reform It shows how they promoted religious change in their households local parish churches and political networks while maintaining close relationships with neighbors who held a wide range of religious views It also demonstrates the importance of gender in the process of spiritual transformation and shows how the changing religious climate provided new opportunities for women to exert greater influence in their society Courses Taught World Civilization Ancient History The Rise and Fall of Empires Medieval Europe to 1300 Renaissance Europe 1300 1700 British History to 1688 Men Women and Society in Early Modern Europe Membership in Professional Societies American Historical Association Berkshire Conference of Women Historians Conference on Faith and History North American Conference on British Studies Renaissance Society of America Research Religious Change in Early Modern England Women s History Family History Publications Marian Catholicism A Reassessment Review of The Church of Mary Tudor Catholic Christendom 1300 1750 Edited by Eamon Duff and David Loades H Albion Forthcoming Women Reform and Community in Early Modern England Katherine Willoughby Duchess of Suffolk and Lincolnshire s Godly Aristocracy 1519 1603 Boydell and Brewer 2008 Helping Forwardness Katherine Willoughby Duchess of Suffolk and Reform in Sixteenth Century Lincolnshire Special Plenary Session Mid Atlantic Conference of British Studies March 2008 Chair and Convener Everyday Faith Belief and Practice in the Christian Tradition Conference on Faith and History September 2006 Panelist and Convener Plenary Session Perspectives on Women s History Conference on Faith and History September 2006 Wilhelm der Eroberer Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart 4th edition Tubingen Mohr Siebeck 2005 1550 Panelist The Christian Historian and Women s History Conference on Faith and History October 2004 Hot Zeal and Godly Charity Reform and Community Among the Aristocracy and Gentry in Sixteenth Century Lincolnshire National North American Conference on

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  • Winnie Fung | Wheaton
    effects of malaria eradication in India and famine in China She is currently studying the short and long term effects of antenatal testing laws in the U S as well as the welfare effects of crop marketing institutions in Zambia Dr Fung attends Chinese Christian Union Church in Chicago Chinatown She enjoys traveling and has been on short term trips to China Philippines North Africa England Sweden Israel Palestine and India working with high school and university students restaurant workers and urban slum communities Courses Taught Intermediate Microeconomics Econometrics Health Economics Economic Growth and Development Principles of Microeconomics Principles of Macroeconomics Research Interests Health development and applied microeconomics Publications Cutler D Fung W Kremer M Singhal M and Vogl T 2010 Early Life Malaria Exposure and Adult Outcomes Evidence from Malaria Eradication in India American Economic Journal Applied Economics vol 2 no 2 p 72 94 Fung W and Ha W 2010 Intergenerational Effects of the 1959 61 China Famine In Fuentes Nieva and Seck eds Risks Shocks and Human Development On the Brink Palgrave Macmillan p 222 254 Desai M Dharmapala D and Fung W 2007 Taxation and the Evolution of Aggregate Corporate Ownership Concentration In Auerbach Hines and Slemrod eds Taxing Corporate Income in the 21st Century Cambridge University Press p 345 399 Conference Presentations 2015 Economics of Global Poverty International Conference Gordon College MA Ensure Justice Conference Vanguard University CA 2014 Population Association of America Annual Meeting Boston MA 2013 Northeast Universities Development Consortium Conference Harvard University MA Economics of Global Poverty Seminar Calvin College MI 2012 Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting New Orleans LA Economics of Global Poverty Seminar Calvin College MI American Economic Association Annual Meeting Chicago IL 2011 Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting Washington D C Fetal Origins Early Childhood Exposure and Famine Conference Princeton University NJ American Economic Association Annual Meeting Denver CO 2010 Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting Atlanta GA American Society of Health Economists Conference Cornell University NY 2009 International Conference on Modern World Famines University of Melbourne Hewlett Population Reference Bureau Research Conference on Population Reproductive Health and Economic Development University College Dublin 2008 Chinese Economists Society North American Conference University of Regina 2007 Trans Atlantic Doctoral Conference London Business School Grants and Awards Wheaton College Faculty Development Grant 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 Wheaton College Aldeen Grant 2012 2011 Christian Scholars Foundation CSF Emerging Scholars Network ESN Grant 2011 Hewlett Foundation Institute of International Education Dissertation Fellowship 2008 2010 Harvard University Graduate Society Dissertation Completion Fellowship 2009 2010 Chinese Economists Society CES North American Conference Best Student Paper Award 2008 Mustard Seed Foundation Harvey Fellowship 2006 2009 Harvard University GIC Award for Excellence in Teaching Economics 2006 Harvard Business School Wyss Doctoral Fellowship 2004 2009 Professional Services Referee The B E Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy Biodemography and Social Biology Demography Eastern Economic Journal Economics and Human Biology Economic Development and Cultural Change Journal of Development Economics Journal of Health Economics Journal of Human Resources Population Studies

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