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  • Cary Gray | Wheaton
    1982 Courses Recently Taught at Wheaton CSCI 231 Introduction to Computer Science Concepts CSCI 233 Introduction to Scientific Computing CSCI 235 Programming I Problem Solving CSCI 351 Introduction to Computer Systems CSCI 455 Operating Systems CSCI 494 Social and Ethical Issues in Computing For additional information see Dr Gray s personal site Professional Activities Introducing Computer Science After Programming with Michael D Frazier 9th Annual CCSC Midwestern Conference Sept 2002 Metadata Logging in an NFS Server with Uresh Vahalia and Dennis Ting Proceedings of the 1995 USENIX Technical Conference January 1995 Leases an efficient fault tolerant mechanism for distributed file cache consistency with David R Cheriton Proceedings of the 12th ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Dec 1989 In 2009 this paper was named to the SIGOPS Hall of Fame which recognizes papers that have proven highly influential Technology and Formation How Does Computing Shape Us 15th Conference of the ACMS May 2005 ACM SIGOPS Symposium on Operating Systems Principles conference treasurer 1999 scholarships committee 2001 chair 2003 Refereeing for SIGCSE and ITiCSE computer science education conferences Invited panelist 2010 Workshop on Supporting Diversity in Systems Research Research Areas My technical work has been at the intersection of operating systems and networking with particular emphasis on file systems and storage services I am especially interested in the problems of building systems that are robust in the face of partial failures I have also spent time exploring the philosophical and theological implications of information technologies Professional Memberships Association for Computing Machinery IEEE Computer Society USENIX Association Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences Why I Like Computer Science Working in computing pulls together the joy of posing and solving puzzles Computer science in particular provides opportunities to understand how systems not just computers really work with plenty of surprises to keep that

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  • Gene Green | Wheaton
    Society of Biblical Literature Member Evangelical Theological Society Member Society for Pentecostal Studies Board Member John Stott Ministries Member 1989 Excavation Team Tel Dor Israel Research Current and Projected Research Books Relevance Theory and Biblical Interpretation Editor with Ronnie Sim Atlanta Society of Biblical Literature Proposal accepted final editing due 2010 Vox Petri A Theology of Peter New Studies in Biblical Theology Downers Grove InterVarsity Press Proposal accepted in preparation due 2011 A Contextual Theology of the New Testament Grand Rapids Eerdmans Project accepted no date for submission Macedonian Christianity The Spread of the Christian Faith Along the Via Egnatia Grand Rapids Baker Academic Proposal submitted no date for submission Bearing A Midwife and a Theologian Look at Childbearing With Deborah A Green MS CNM No date for submission Articles Chapters and Reviews Lexical Pragmatics and the Lexicon The Bible Translator Final editing for submission due 2010 Review of Religion im römischen Thessaloniki Sakraltopographie Kult und Gesellschaft By Christopher Steimle Studien und texte zu Antike und Christentum Tü bingen Mohr Siebeck 2008 Bulletin for Biblical Research Accepted in preparation due 2010 Review of Christianity in the Greco Roman World A Narrative Introduction By Moyer V Hubbard Peabody Hendrickson 2010 Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society Accepted in preparation due 2010 Academic Freedom and Christian Higher Education The Christian Scholars Review Final editing for submission due 2010 Papers Published and or Presented Books The New Testament in Antiquity With Gary Burge and Lynn Cohick Grand Rapids Zondervan 2009 Jude and 2 Peter Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament Grand Rapids Baker 2008 1 and 2 Thessalonians Pillar Commentary Series Grand Rapids Eerdmans 2002 1 y 2 Tesalonicenses Grand Rapids Editorial Portavoz 2000 Written in Spanish 1 Pedro y 2 Pedro Comentario Bíblico Hispanoamericano Miami Editorial Caribe 1993 Written in Spanish Articles Chapters and Reviews Colossians translation In Common English Bible Edited by David L Petersen and Joel B Green Nashville Abingdon Manuscript submitted forthcoming 2010 1 and 2 Thessalonians In Baker Evangelical One Volume Commentary on the Bible Edited by Gary Burge and Andrew Hill Grand Rapids Baker Academic In press due 2010 Relevance Theory and Theological Interpretation Thoughts on Metarepresentation Journal of Theological Interpretation 4 2010 75 90 Intertextuality and Sociology in Early Christianity A Study of 2 Peter and Jude Pp 1 25 in Reading Second Peter with New Eyes Methodological Reassessments of the Letter of Second Peter Edited by Robert L Webb and Duane Watson London and New York T T Clark 2010 Review of Rediscovering Paul An Introduction to His World Letters and Theology By David B Capes Rodney Reeves and E Randolph Richards Downers Grove IVP Academic 2007 Bulletin of Biblical Research 19 2009 444 446 Relevance Theory and Biblical Interpretation Pp 217 240 inThe Linguist as Pedagogue Trends in the Teaching and Linguistic Analysis of the New Testament Edited by Stanley E Porter and Matthew Brook O Donnell New Testament Monographs Sheffield Sheffield Phoenix Press 2009 Review of 1 Peter The Two Horizons Biblical

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  • Jeffrey Greenberg | Wheaton
    investigating the characteristics of andesitic volcanic rocks from the western Philippines Greenberg s post doctoral activities in Wisconsin continued to focus on investigations of igneous geology and the tectonics of complex crystalline terranes Over an eight year tenure with UW he added a public policy component to his work and produced several geologic maps of northern Wisconsin Also he is coauthor of the Wisconsin state bedrock geology map Before leaving Wisconsin for Wheaton College Greenberg undertook responsibility for state consultation on matters of natural resource issues His teaching duties in Wisconsin were few including some lecturing to undergraduates at UW and Edgewood College and seminar research advising of graduate students While on staff at Wheaton College Greenberg found it necessary to change emphasis from research to teaching institutional service and administration He has taught twenty one different courses at various times over the sixteen years In addition to Department Chair he has twice chaired the Faculty Development Committee sat on Faculty Council advised the student Earthkeepers and Voice For Life groups and established the college s Environmental Science degree program Efforts in scholarship have included a scaled down project with the origin of granites article published in a Special Paper of the Geological Association of Canada and leadership in a field conference for the International Geological Correlation Project He retains a keen interest in the full natural and human scope of Florida s Everglades This area is seen as a tremendous case study of the interaction among many aspects of Creation In 1993 Greenberg made a study of the Everglades system as the heart of his sabbatical leave Other writing projects have emphasized geoscience education issues of faith and the environment and issues of faith and sciences Various investigative activities with students include supervision of HNGR Human Needs and Global Resources program interns on natural resource projects study problems in the South Dakota Black Hills geologic mapping of complex metamorphic terranes petrography of basaltic sill magmas and provenance analysis of heavy mineral suites from stream sediment analysis of clay mineral components from Yucatan pottery and investigation of geologic conditions around two Superfund sites in northern Illinois All of these studies have been presented in one form or another at meetings of professional scientists Most recently Greenberg has supervised outreach research projects for Geology majors in South Africa and Tanzania Greenberg is a member of a local evangelical church in Wheaton where he is a member of the Missions Committee He is quite interested in the application of earth science knowledge in missions and community development work He has been a frequent guest instructor for YWAM Youth With a Mission at their University of the Nations base in Kona Hawaii Papers Published and or Presented Individual Tectonic history of Precambrian terranes Granite petrogenesis With Students Studies of Black Hills geology Integrated investigation of groundwater Selected papers published and or presented Greenberg J K 2006 A Modular Program for Applied Research Training in Interdisciplinary Geoscience Geol Soc Amer Abs Prog v 38

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  • Susan Greener | Wheaton
    Greener S H June 2014 Conflict and Culture In S Moreau E Campbell and S Greener Introducing Intercultural Communication Michigan Baker Books Greener S H 2014 Whose Childhood Global Experiences of Children at Risk and Spiritual Formation In L Tolbert Ed Exploring and Engaging Spirituality for Today s Children Wipf and Stock Greener S H 2013 Raising Samuel Releasing Children to Discover God s Purpose In D Brewster J Baxter Brown Eds Children and Youth as Partners in Mission A Compendium of Papers presented at the 4 14 Window Missiology Conference Seoul Korea February 2013 Colorado Springs CO Compassion International Greener S H 2003 The Abused and Traumatized Child in Context Celebrating Children Equipping Christians Working with Children at Risk Across the World Paternoster Press Greener S H 2003 The Child in Context Factors that Optimize Development Celebrating Children Equipping Christian Working with Children at Risk Across the World Paternoster Press Peer Reviewed Articles Boan D Gailey R Greener S Aten J in preparation The Well Prepared Development Worker Rockhill C Greener S H 2000 Development of the Trait Meta Mood Scale for Elementary School Children ERIC ED 430 688 Greener S H Crick N R 1999 Children s Normative Beliefs About Prosocial Behavior What Does It Mean to Be Nice Social Development 8 3 349 363 Greener S H 2000 Peer assessment of children s prosocial behavior Journal of Moral Education 29 1 Book Reviews Greener S H Fall 2011 Book Review Listening to Children on the spiritual Journey Guidance for Those Who Teach and Nurture Trinity Journal Vol 32 NS No 2 pp 277 279 Greener S H Fall 2008 Book Review Flawed Families of the Bible How God s Grace works Through Imperfect Relationships Trinity Journal Vol 29 NS No 2 pp 336 7 In House Publications Policies Greener S H 2009 Involuntary Student Withdrawal Poli cy Trinity International University Greener S H 2007 Grievance Procedure for Discriminatory and Harassment and Complaints Trinity International University Greener S H 2006 Child Protection Pol icy Trinity International University Greener S H 2004 Mission of Mercy Child Sponsorship Program Manual Mission of Mercy Colorado Springs Colorado Greener S H 2004 Child Protection Policy Mission of Mercy Colorado Springs CO Greener S H 2004 Sponsor Gift Policy Mission of Mercy Colorado Springs CO Greener S H 2004 Policy on Savings Accounts for Sponsored Children Mission of Mercy Colorado Springs CO Greener S H Misao D 2003 A Multi method Description and Analysis of Child Sponsorship Programmes in India Mission of Mercy Colorado Springs Colorado Greener S H 2001 Key Result Areas and Indicators for Child Programming Compassion International Colorado Springs Colorado Greener S H 2001 What is Holistic Child Develoment Compassion International Greener S H 2000 Early Childhood Program Manual Compassion International Colorado Springs Colorado Greener S H 2000 Early Childhood Program Resource Book Compassion International Colorado Springs Colorado Greener S H 1999 2002 Ministry Insights Compassion International Colorado Springs Colorado Why Work Directly with Children Child Survival Programs Early Childhood

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  • Sarah Hall | Wheaton
    the development of health and disorder Dr Hall is originally from Colorado She enjoys reading baking and taking long road trips with her husband Courses Taught Introduction to Psychology Developmental Psychology Abnormal Psychology Contemporary Clinical Psychology Advanced Abnormal Psychology Membership in Professional Societies American Psychological Association Society of Clinical and Child Adolescent Psychology APA Division 53 Society for Research in Child Development SRCD Research Dr Hall s research interests are in the area of emotion regulation in children specifically the development of emotion regulation in early childhood and relations between emotion regulation and psychopathology Publications and Presentations Flanagan K S Hall S E Eds Under contract in preparation Christianity and developmental psychopathology Theory and application for working with youth Downers Grove IL InterVarsity Press Hall S E In preparation Emotion regulation In K S Flanagan S E Hall Eds Christianity and developmental psychopathology Theory and application for working with youth Downers Grove IL InterVarsity Press Flanagan K S Hall S E In preparation Introduction In K S Flanagan S E Hall Eds Christianity and developmental psychopathology Theory and application for working with youth Downers Grove IL InterVarsity Press Bagwell C L Kochel K P Hall S E Newcomb C E Fils Aime L D Submitted Symptoms of ADHD interfere with conflict management in the friendships and romantic relationships of emerging adults Cole P M Hall S E Hajal N 2013 Emotion dysregulation as a risk factor for psychopathology In T Beauchaine S Hinshaw Eds Child and adolescent psychopathology 2 nd ed Hoboken NJ Wiley Hall S E Kimmel J Kellums M Watson T Lindsey M 2013 Stressors challenges and mental health symptoms of helping professionals in Nepal Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies Daniels Q Meadows M Rabe K Hall S E Rueger S Y 2013 Drinking abstaining and limiting motives in young adult drinkers Poster submitted for presentation at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association 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 Bagwell C L Kochel K P Hall S E Newcomb C E Fils Aime L D 2012 Challenges in interpersonal relationships for emerging adults with symptoms of ADHD Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence Hall S E 2012 Pharmaceutical company print advertising as a teaching tool in Abnormal Psychology Poster presented at the annual meeting of the National Institute for the Teaching of Psychology Cole P M Tan P Z Hall S E Zhang Y Crnic K A Blair C B Li R 2011 Developmental changes in anger expression and attention focus during a delay Learning to wait Developmental Psychology 47 1078 1089 Hall S E Cole P M 2011 Links among multiple risk emotion regulation and externalizing problems in young children Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child

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  • Darlene Hannah | Wheaton
    Artist Series Billy Graham Center for Evangelism Billy Graham 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 Darlene Hannah Darlene Hannah Ph D Menu Andrew Hill Brian Howell Brian Hunt Bruce Howard Carolyn Hart Daniel Horn Darlene Hannah David Hooker Enoch Hill Grant Henley James G Huff Jr LTC James Hoyman John Hayward Jr Mary Hopper Sarah Hall Sarah Holman Terry Huttenlock Theon Hill Assistant Professor of Psychology On Faculty since 1984 Office BGC M240 Phone 630 752 5755 Email Darlene Hannah wheaton edu Education Ph D Northwestern University M S Northwestern University B A University of Virginia Courses Taught Introduction to Psychology Cross Cultural Psychology Social Psychology Advanced Social Psychology 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 For God s Sake Community School of the Arts

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  • Carolyn Hart | Wheaton
    Faculty since 1999 Office McAlister Hall 217 Phone 630 752 5823 Email Carolyn Hart wheaton edu Education D M A vocal performance University of British Columbia 1995 M M vocal performance University of Toronto 1983 B M vocal performance University of Toronto 1981 A R C T piano performance Royal Conservatory of Music Toronto 1980 About Carolyn Hart Carolyn Hart soprano is a frequent performer of recital oratorio and orchestral repertoire She performs regularly in the Chicago area and has toured extensively throughout the U S Canada and Great Britain Further concerts have taken her to Hong Kong Korea New York and Paris She especially enjoys the collaboration of chamber music and performs with a variety of instrumental ensembles including the Chicago New Arts Trio soprano flute and piano Her CD Not Your Usual Lineup features newly commissioned Canadian works for soprano clarinet and piano The Bliss of Solitude is collaboration with pianist Daniel Paul Horn of Canadian Art Song She has been frequently broadcast on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation CBC radio and television as well as WFMT Chicago KPAC Texas Public Radio and Korean National Radio Carolyn holds degrees from the University of Toronto Irene Jessner and completed her Doctorate at the University of British Columbia Phyllis Mailing where her dissertation examined the vocal works of Barbara Pentland Further studies have taken her to the Opera program at the Banff School of Fine Arts Boris Goldovsky Britten Pears School Peter Pears in Aldeburgh England and the Académie de Musique Hughes Cuenod in Lausanne Switzerland She has adjudicated extensively throughout Canada and has also served as juror for the Canada Council and the Eckhardt Grammatté Competition Before moving to Chicago she was on faculty at the School of Music Memorial University in St John s Newfoundland where she was honoured

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  • John Hayward Jr | Wheaton
    of California Riverside 1977 M S Computer Science Univerity of California Riverside 1977 M S Physics Univeristy of Califonia Riverside 1974 B S Physics Math Wheaton College 1971 Courses Taught at Wheaton CSCI 135 Computer Literacy CSCI 215 Web Design and Programming CSCI 241 Intro to Problem Solving and Programming CSCI 242 Programming Methodology CSCI 345 Information Structures CSCI 355 Computer Systems and Computer Organization CSCI 357 Languages and Systems CSCI 361 Computer Graphics CSCI 371 Database Management Systems CSCI 394 Seminar ECommerce CSCI 394 Seminar Object Oriented Design CSCI 394 Seminar Network Programming CSCI 395 Team Software Project Professional Activities WebAutoForm Form Generation with data validation for MySQL Presented MySQL Users Conference Spring 2003 Tutorial CCSC Fall 2002 Open Source Tools for Web Forms with Databases FormOMatic Talk Midwest Computer Confernece Spring 2002 Making room for Unix on Windows 2000 Research Areas Database Web interface Operating Systems Programming Languages Professional Memberships Association for Computing Machinery Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences Why I Like Computer Science Computer Science fall nicely between Mathematics the basis which most fundamental computer science principles are based and Physics Physics is the most mathematical science which is based in nature while Mathematics does not need to concern itself with natural limitations Computer Science is concerned with efficient algorithms These algorithms are not based in nature but because computers are implemented in physical systems are limited to those things which can realistically be computed Another point about Computer Science is that it is concerned with organizing details into abstract structures and models so humans can understand things A graphical image on the screen is nothing more than millions of 0s or 1s changing Like Physics the whole world of computing is build on very elementary items However Computer Science has methods for abstracting this information and action into concepts which we can understand The human spirit has a desire to create because we are made in the image of God Computer Science provides an outlet for creating programs tools systems Even in the first Introduction Computer Science students get a bang out of creating things in Computer Science Christ was a servant and we as his followers are to be servants too Because Computer Science is used in many areas today there are many opportunities to serve others by using the set of skills developed while studying Computer Science Personal My wife Linda teaches ESL at a school in Glen Ellyn Our oldest son Jonathan has started advanced studies in Theology at Cambridge University St Edumunds College this fall Matthew reciently finished is masters degree at UIUC in Computer Science and is currently in the database administration group at Amazon com Kirk and Joe are juniors at Wheaton North high school and participate in Band Sololatic Bowl and stage tech crew The family at home is quite involved in a local church Linda is currently the recorder I ve been involved in computer support Joe and Kirk are involved in the youth program We

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