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  • Sally Morrison | Wheaton
    has led her through graduate schools and through service with children families and teachers in both public and private schools At Wheaton she challenges and participates in their journey of meaning making with many undergraduate elementary education students as they learn how to teach reading while learning how to reach young children Her literacy and curriculum expertise has supported a partner school in District U 46 through a recent Sabbatical Beyond local partnerships Dr Morrison and a team of mentoring students engaged in curriculum development for HIV AIDS prevention for schools in South Africa She truly cherishes this life long journey She has traveled this journey with two sons one daughter in law one granddaughter and a wonderful talented husband Glenn Dr Morrison and her husband are also actively engaged in a large Evangelical church in the Chicago area Courses Taught Early Childhood Education Reading in the Elementary and Middle School Literacy Assessment Methods Practicum Student Teaching Supervision Senior Seminar Membership in Professional Societies American Educational Research Association Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Association of Teacher Education Illinois Reading Association International Community of Christian Teacher Educators International Reading Association National Association of Early Childhood Educators Phi Delta Kappa Research Individual Literacy assessment and instruction Moral development of teachers Mentorship and supervision AIDS curriculum in South Africa With Students Literacy development in the bilingual classroom Teacher inquiry Classroom ethos Papers Published and or Presented Morrison S E Autumn 2012 Embracing the unexpected How a drop in visit from the director of a South African NGO led to growth opportunities for Wheaton s education professors and students Wheaton Magazine 15 3 62 63 Morrison S E May 2012 Where the rubber meets the road The transforming power of faith beyond traditional courses Paper presented at the 10th biennial conference of the International Community of Christian Teacher Educators Azusa CA Morrison S E Brulle A February 2012 Never underestimate the knock at the door Forming a global partnership to impact peer educator preparation for HIV AIDS prevention Paper presented at The Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education annual meeting Chicago IL Morrison S E Brulle A July 2011 Lesson design differentiation and implementation of Reach 4 Life curriculum in cross cultural contexts Workshop presentations and field tests Johannesburg Soweto and KwaZulu Natal South Africa Morrison S E Lederhouse J N 2011 A discourse of possibility Questions that transform teachers practice Critical Issues in Education 18 30 41 Kuechle J Holzhauer M Lin R Brulle A Morrison S 2010 Teaching Ms Kerbin A unique approach to student reflections and their use with preservice candidates The Journal of Teacher Educators 32 30 25 39 Lederhouse J Barwegen L Morrison S May 2010 Holistic teacher induction Attending to the professional and spiritual needs of first year teachers Paper presentation at the ICCTE International Community of Christian Teacher Educators conference Igniting the flames of faith and learning Preparing caring and competent teachers LeTourneau University Longview TX Morrison S Lederhouse J May 2010 A

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  • Stephen Moshier | Wheaton
    Society of Kentucky President 1990 Eastern Vice President 1989 Research Individual Projects Geoarchaeology Quaternary paleoenvironmental analysis study areas in east Nile Delta and NW Sinai Egypt and Tell Ashkelon Israel Carbonate petrology sedimentology and diagenesis modern and ancient depositional environments porosity carbonate coal depositional systems carbonate petroleum reservoirs Research with Students Geoarchaeology field work remote sensing and GIS Watershed analysis for urban planning and community development previous projects in Chicago suburbs and rural Honduras Selected Papers Published and or Presented Hoffmeier J and Moshier S O in press A Highway Out of Egypt The main road from Egypt to Canaan In F Förster and H Riemer eds Desert Road Archaeology in Ancient Egypt and Beyond AFRICA PRAEHISTORICA 26 Heinrich Barth Institut Köln Hoffmeier J and Moshier S O in press The Ways of Horus Reconstructing Egypt s East Frontier Defense Network and the Military Road to Canaan in New Kingdom Times In J K Hoffmeier ed Expedition to Tell el Borg Sinai Egypt 2000 2007 preliminary title Eisenbrauns Moshier S O in press Geologic Setting of Tell el Borg with Implications for Ancient Geography of the Northwest Sinai In J K Hoffmeier ed Expedition to Tell el Borg Sinai Egypt 2000 2007 preliminary title Eisenbrauns Moshier Stephen O Daniel Master Jacob Lepori David Wheatley Benjamin Felker Elisabeth LaVigne 2011 Geological foundations of ancient seaport Ashkelon Israel Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs Vol 43 No 5 p 292 Moshier Stephen O and Greenberg Jeffrey K 2010 History and Future of Geology Field Instruction at the Wheaton College Science Station South Dakota Black Hills Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs Vol 42 No 3 p 9 Hill C A and Moshier S O 2009 Flood Geology and the Grand Canyon A Critique Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 61 99 115 Moshier Stephen O Felker Benjamin and Gayed Bahaa 2009 Field recognition and remote sensing of an ancient channel of the Pelusiac Nile Egypt Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs Vol 41 No 7 p 75 Moshier S O Maas D E and Greenberg J K 2009 From the beginning faith and geology at evangelical Wheaton College In M Kobel Ebert ed Geology and Religion Historical Views of an Intense Relationship between Harmony and Hostility The Geological Society London Special Publications 310 299 314 Moshier S O A El Kalani 2008 Late Bronze Age paleogeography along the ancient Ways of Horus in Northwest Sinai Egypt Geoarchaeology 23 450 473 Haddock G H Neiburger E J and Moshier S O 2008 The Perry Mastodon A Specimen Exhibit at Wheaton College Central States Archaeological Journal 55 32 33 Moshier S O Arnold D Funck L L Lewis R J Smith A J Walton J H Wharton W R 2007 Theories of Origins A Multi and Interdisciplinary Course for Undergraduates and Wheaton College Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 59 290 296 Hoffmeier James K and Stephen O Moshier 2006 New paleo environmental evidence from the north Sinai to complement Manfred

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  • Mark Niemczyk | Wheaton
    Columbia University 1972 B S Chemistry University of Buffalo 1968 About Mark Niemczyk Dr Niemczyk graduated from the University of Buffalo in 1968 with a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry He continued his education at Columbia University where he received a Ph D in Chemistry in 1972 After receiving his doctorate Dr Niemczyk attended Westminster Theological Seminary for one year He then went on to teach organic chemistry at Grinnell College in 1974 He began teaching at Wheaton in 1975 where he currently teaches organic advanced organic and general chemistry courses He has done research at Argonne National Laboratory and Northwestern University Currently he conducts research with an inorganic chemistry group at the University of Chicago In 1973 Dr Niemczyk married Cassandra They have two children Elizabeth and Benjamin who attended Wheaton College In 1998 he and his wife moved to Hyde Park in Chicago to help start a church Besides chemistry Dr Niemczyk enjoys classical music reading about professional baseball watching good motion pictures and collecting seashells He was once a DJ for WETN the Wheaton College radio station Perhaps most important being a product of the state of New York and the city of Buffalo he is both a Buffalo Bills and a New York Yankees fan Courses Taught General Chemistry Organic Chemistry Advanced Organic Chemistry Applications of Chemistry Drugs and Society Videos Dr Niemczyk has produced several videos as teaching aids for Organic Chemistry You can access the videos here Tollens Test Reducing Sugars Extraction 2 4 DNP Soxhlet Extraction Alcohol Oxidation Use of a Dean Stark Trap Composite Iodoform Infrared Demonstrated Thin Layer Chromatography TLC Membership in Professional Societies American Chemical Society Midwest Association of Chemistry Teachers at Liberal Arts Colleges MACTLAC Research Individual Synthesis of molecules that exhibit photochemical electron transfer including porphyrins perylenes chlorophylls bipyridines and condensed aromatics Selected Publications Gosztola D J Niemczyk M P Svec W A Lukas A S and Wasielewski M R 2000 Excited Doublet States of Electronically Generated Aromatic Imide and Diimide Radical Anions J Phys Chem A 104 6545 Chen Lin X Jeger W J H Gosztola D J Niemczyk M P and Wasielewski M R 2000 Ionochromic Effects and Structure of Metal Ion Bound Poly p phenylenevinylene Polymers Incorporating 2 2 Bipyridines J Phys Chem B 104 1950 Wiederrecht G P Niemczyk M P Svec W A and Wasielewski M R 1999 Photorefractivity in Nematic Liquid Crystals Doped with a Conjugated Polymer Mechanisms for Enhanced Charge Transport Chem Mater 11 1409 Gosztola D J Niemczyk M P and Wasielewski M R 1998 Picosecond Molecular Switch Based on Bidirectional Inhibition of Photoinduced Electron Transfer using Photogenerated Electric Fields J Am Chem Soc 120 5118 Wasielewski M R Wiederecht G P Svec W A and Niemczyk M P 1995 Chlorin Based Supramolecular Assemblies for Artificial Photosynthesis Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 38 127 O Neil M P Niemczyk M P Svec W A Gosztola D J and Wasielewski M R 1992 Picosecond Optical Switching Based on Biphotonic Excitation

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  • Miho Nonaka | Wheaton
    Nonaka s interests include Creative Nonfiction Lyric Essay and Memoir Writing Modern and Contemporary American Poetry Japanese Literature and Translation British Romanticism and Polish Poetry Courses Taught ENGW 213 Creative Writing ENGW 214 Discursive Writing ENGL 285 Asian Literature ENGW 332 Nonfiction Writing ENGW 444 Special Topics Writing on Place Journey ENGW 444 Special Topics Memoir At other universities Advanced Poetry and Nonfiction Workshops Introductions to Poetry and Fiction Myth and Culture Japanese Fiction Composition and Language Membership in Professional Societies Associated Writing Programs Research My literary research includes Japanese Modernism and the Avant Garde My most recent article is about a postwar Japanese poet Tamura Ryūichi and his involvement with the literary magazine and group called Arechi The Wasteland under the influence of T S Eliot and W H Auden I also have a growing interest in the works by Japanese Catholic authors such as Endo Shusaku and Miura Ayako My poetry and nonfiction have to do with in betweenness I find myself often exploring the issues and questions of translatability home dream and language When it comes to imagery I have a soft spot for anything miniature it started long before I purchased the Nativity of Jesus encased in half a walnut shell Publications American Odysseys Writings by New Americans the Vilcek Foundation s Anthology of Prominent Young Immigrant Writers Forward by Charles Simic Selected poems New York 2011 forthcoming Tamura Ryuichi On the Life Work of a 20th Century Master The Unsung Masters Series Edited by Takako Lento and Wayne Miller In the Beginning Was Fear Pleiades Press Warrensburg MO 2011 Ploughshares Roommates The Leafy Sea Dragon Boston MA Winter 2009 10 Cimarron Review Autumn Troupe Stillwater OK 2009 10 Helen Burns Poetry Anthology New Voices from the Academy of American Poets University College Prizes 1999 2008

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  • Seth Norton | Wheaton
    policy Norton has made important research contributions on government regulation franchising telecommunications and world poverty Norton is a member of the executive board of the Western Economics Association International and serves as its secretary treasurer Professor Norton is currently studying the links between economic institutions and poverty public polices towards business and the economy government regulation property rights and the role of culture in framing economic institutions From 1996 to 2008 Professor Norton was head wrestling coach at Wheaton College During that period he coached 16 Wheaton wrestlers to CCIW championships 3 Wheaton Invitational Championships 5 All American awards two NCAA Division III championships five Scholar All Americans and one Scholar All America team Birthdate February 25 1947 Honors Awards Palatine Illinois High School Athletic Hall of Fame September 2005 Earhart Foundation summer research fellowship 2005 Julian Simon Fellow PERC Center for Free Market Environmentalism Bozeman Montana 2001 Awarded fellowship to study effects of population growth on poverty environmental degradation and environmental enhancement Earhart Foundation summer research fellowship 1999 Burlington Northern Foundation Award for distinguished achievement in teaching 1988 John M Olin Fellow 1986 87 Awarded fellowship to study economics of franchising Beta Gamma Sigma 1978 University of Chicago Fellowships 1977 80 Academic Positions Jean and E Floyd Kvamme Professor of Political Economy and Director of the J Dennis Hastert Center for Economics Government and Public Policy Wheaton College July 2010 to present Norris A Aldeen Professor of Business Wheaton College Wheaton Illinois 1997 2010 Norris A Aldeen Associate Professor of Business and Economics Wheaton College Wheaton Illinois 1995 1997 Adjunct Instructor Stuart School of Business Illinois Institute of Technology Summer 2003 Associate Professor of Economics Illinois State University Normal Illinois 1992 1995 Visiting Associate Professor of Business Economics University of Michigan Ann Arbor 1990 1991 Associate Professor Marketing and Business Economics Washington University St Louis 1988 92 Assistant Professor of Marketing and Business Economics Washington University St Louis 1981 1987 Research Associate Center for the Study of American Business 1987 1988 Social Science Instructor Triton College River Grove Illinois 1970 1973 Other Positions Associate Management Analysis Center Northbrook Illinois 1976 77 part time 1977 78 Duties included budget analysis and corporate planning for client firms Assignments included developing operating budgets in production and support functions and analysis of research and development budgets Assignments also included economic and financial analysis for litigation support in antitrust cases Client firms included Babcock and Wilcox Mead Paper Monsanto Minneapolis Star Tribune Parke Davis Pharmaceuticals and Warner Lambert Financial Analyst Federal Energy Administration Washington D C 1975 76 Duties included review of firms requests for waiver of U S price and allocation regulations analysis of financial and economic data and drafting of recommendations for decisions regarding waiver requests Personal Consulting Clients Chloride Battery Consolidated Aluminum Motorola Proctor Gamble Smith and Nephew Courses Taught Undergraduate American Government and Politics Business Strategy and Analysis Economic and Business Research Econometrics Economics of Competition Industrial Organization Intermediate Microeconomics Investment Analysis and Capital Markets Macroeconomics Managerial Economics Managerial Environment

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  • Steve Oberg | Wheaton
    Forthcoming Managing Electronic Resources Evolving Issues and Practice Santa Barbara Calif Libraries Unlimited Oberg Steve Marija Markovic and Connie Mead Forthcoming Understanding the Pros and Cons of Pay Per View Journal Access ATG Executive Summaries for the Top Level Manager West Lafayette Indiana Against the Grain Press Markovic Marija and Steve Oberg 2015 Earnestly Seeking Greater Flexibility The Pros and Cons of Pay Per View Journal Access In Proceedings of the Charleston Library Conference West Lafayette Indiana Against the Grain Press Oberg Steve 2009 Thoughts on the Future of E Journal Management and Access In E Journals Access and Management edited by Wayne Jones 319 26 New York Routledge Oberg Steve Sarah Morris and Donna Packer 2009 E Resource Management in the For Profit World Soothing the Sting The Serials Librarian 56 1 4 226 29 doi 10 1080 03615260802690702 McKee Anne E Beverley Geer Michael Markwith Steve Oberg Bob Schatz Christine Stamison and Jeanne M Langendorfer 2008 Hitting the Trifecta Alternative Career Paths for Those with an MLS The Serials Librarian 54 1 2 179 92 doi 10 1080 03615260801974073 Oberg Steve 2004 Which Route Do I Take A Viewpoint on Locally Developed versus Commercially Available Journal Management Solutions Serials Review 30 2 122 26 doi 10 1016 j serrev 2004 03 002 2003 Open Source Software An Introduction from a Serialist s Perspective Serials Review 29 1 36 39 doi 10 1016 S0098 7913 03 00002 9 Oberg Steven J 2002 Lessons in Leadership Practical Ideas for Growing Your Library Career http www liscareer com oberg leadership htm Oberg Steve Stephanie Schmitt and Birdie Maclennan 1998 Current Tools Emerging Technologies for Advanced Web Authors The Serials Librarian 34 1 2 31 39 doi 10 1300 J123v34n01 06 Maclennan Birdie Steve Oberg and Mary Ann Sheble 1997 Web Worlds and Hyperspace Exploring More Advanced Topics in Web Authoring The Serials Librarian 31 1 2 315 25 doi 10 1300 J123v31n01 18 Landesman Betty Steven Oberg and Lauren Noel 1996 What s in It for Us Internet Use in Technical Services The Serials Librarian 28 3 4 317 23 doi 10 1300 J123v28n03 17 Bueter Rita VanAssche Vivian Buell and Steve Oberg 1995 To Be Continued Or The Birth of a Series The Serials Librarian 25 3 4 283 87 doi 10 1300 J123v25n03 31 University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Library Steven J Oberg and Nelly S Gonzalez 1991a Caribbean Area Studies in the Humanities A Guide to Current Sources in the University of Illinois Library Vol 2 Urbana Ill Latin American Library Services Unit University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign 1991b Caribbean Area Studies in the Social Sciences A Guide to Current Sources in the University of Illinois Library Vol 3 Urbana Ill Latin American Library Services Unit University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign 1991c Politics and Government in Latin America A Guide to Current Sources in the University of Illinois Library Vol 1 Urbana Ill Latin American Library Services Unit University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign 1991d

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  • Robert O'Connor | Wheaton
    Educational Mission joint authorship principal author Wheaton IL Wheaton College 2003 Criteria of Success in Science and Theology Science and Christian Belief 10 1 April 1998 21 40 Science on Trial Exploring the Rationality of Methodological Naturalism Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith The Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation 49 1 March 1997 15 30 Accommodating Religious Belief in Timothy Phillips et al eds Proceedings of Wheaton Theology Conference Vol II Relationship Between Theology and Science 1996 Theological Realism Reference and Truth in Mark Shale ed Proceedings of The Second Interdisciplinary Conference on Science and Religion Frankfort KY 1991 Campus Presentations Philosophy Major Chapel Address Life is Beautiful October 2003 Presentations Faculty Faith and Learning Seminar The Philosophy of Science and the Integration of Faith with Learning 2000 2002 Presentation Wheaton College Board of Visitors Intelligent Design March 2002 Panelist Wheaton College Science Symposium Evolution and Faith March 2001 Interdisciplinary Studies Major Chapel Address untitled March 2001 2002 Transformed Epistemology Worship as the Key to Cognitive Renewal Faculty Colloquium Wheaton College October 1997 Alumni Association Faculty Lecture Series The Emergence of Postmodernism October 1996 Science on Trial Faculty Colloquium Wheaton College March 1996 Panel Discussion Science Division Conference The Gaia Hypothesis October 1995 Panel Discussion Science Division Conference with Don Paige Cosmology and God October 1994 Panel Discussion Choosing a Course of Study Parent Student Orientation October 1993 Witnessing to the Cultural Relativist Youth Hostels Ministry March 1993 96 Serving with our Minds College Chapel Address Faculty Missionary Project April 1993 Philosophy Major Chapel Philosophy and Christian Ministry March 1993 Presentation for Ethnic and Gender Studies Workshop The Stay at home Dad April 1993 Junior Class Chapel Transformed by the Renewal of Your Mind March 1992 Predictability Requirement in Theological Explanation faculty colloquium Wheaton College February 1991 Class Presentations i Neurobiology D Bruce ii Chemistry L Funck iii The Integrated Biologist A Smith P Pun iii Origins Science Seminar Steve Moshier 1991 2004 Design and the Congruence of Science and Religion Plenary Address The Science and Faith Symposium Congregational Church of Batavia October 1 2005 Abducting God Exploring the Limits of Science and Religion Plenary Address Symposium on Science and Religion Southeastern College Lakeland FL April 14 2005 Confronting the Logic of Design presented at Symposium on Science and Religion Southeastern College Lakeland FL April 15 2005 Presentation Scientific Cosmology and Christianity Wheaton College Science Symposium March 26 27 2003 Presentations Inter denomination Conference on Pastoral Training and Theology Hato Mayor Dominican Republic June 17 25 2002 Divine Providence Divine Foreknowledge Divine Election Providence and Evil Presentation Design and the Inference that Makes Science Society of Christian Philosophers Pacific Regional Meeting on The Philosophical Implications of Modern Science Whitworth College and Gonzaga University Spokane WA April 4 6 2002 Invited Presentation The Design Inference Old Wine in New Wineskins Houghton College Houghton NY Oct 2001 Lecture Series five part First Presbyterian Church Aurora IL The Abundant Life at Conference Point Williams Bay WI July 2001 Presentation God and Design

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  • Shawn E. Okpebholo | Wheaton
    of Music Composition Music Theory On Faculty since 2010 Office McAlister Hall 131 Phone 630 752 5832 Email shawn okpebholo wheaton edu Education D M A music composition University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music 2007 M M music composition University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music 2005 B A music composition and music history Asbury College 2003 About Shawn E Okpebholo Shawn E Okpebholo is a widely sought after and award winning composer whose music can be characterized as diverse dynamic and genuine comfortably composing in various styles and genres His music has been performed all over the world in five continents Africa Asia Europe North and South Americas in over thirty states and in nearly every major U S city Distinguished venues and festivals include The Kennedy Center and the National Cathedral Washington D C Orchestra Hall Chicago Monte Music Festival Goa India CBDNA National Conference Seattle WA MusicX Contemporary Music Festival Cincinnati PRIZM Concert Series Memphis and the state music festivals of Indiana Kentucky Ohio and Texas Dr Okpebholo has received numerous commissions from noted soloists universities and organizations including the International Tuba and Euphonium Association the United States Air Force the Ohio Music Education Association Some noted performing artists and ensembles include The Cadillac Moon Ensemble Picosa Ensemble United States Army Field Band euphonium virtuoso Steven Mead baritone Will Liverman pianist Paul Tuntland Sánchez mezzo soprano J nai Bridges flutist Caen Thomason Redus and violists Dorthy White Okpebholo His compositions can be heard on a variety of commercially released CDs His first album solely devoted to his music Steal Away is a collection of Negro spirituals that he re imagined As an academic Dr Okpebholo has guest lectured and given master classes at many colleges and universities across the country as well as two universities in Nigeria His work has been supported by many grants including a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Wheaton College Aldeen Research Grant and Union University Pew Research Grant His artistry has been recognized by various awards including first prize in the Accent06 International Composition Competition and an annual recipient of the ASCAPlus awards since 2004 He was also one of eighteen featured composers in Volume IV of the book series Composers on Composing for Band edited by Mark Camphouse He earned his masters and doctoral degrees in composition from the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music CCM where he also studied music theory He completed a bachelor s degree in composition and music history from Asbury College and had additional studies in film scoring at New York University His primary teachers were James Curnow Joel Hoffman Ronald Holz and Michael Fiday Currently he is Associate Professor of Music Composition and Theory at Wheaton College Conservatory of Music IL having previously taught at Union University TN Northern Kentucky University and CCM He lives in Wheaton IL with his wife violist Dorthy and his daughters Eva and Corinne For more information visit Dr Okpebholo s website Share This Page Feedback Media

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