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  • Scottie May | Wheaton
    752 5976 Email Scottie May wheaton edu Education 1993 Doctor of Philosophy degree in Christian Education emphasis in children s ministry Trinity Evangelical Divinity School Deerfield IL 1987 M A Educational Ministries emphasis in family studies Wheaton College Wheaton IL 1985 Bachelor of Arts degree in Applied Christian Studies Trinity College Deerfield IL 1962 Diploma in Nursing followed by subsequent course work at the Universities of Minnesota and Iowa Immanuel Hospital School of Nursing Omaha Nebraska About Scottie May Nothing excites me more than to come alongside the church thinking about ways to help people meet God and grow in their relationship with Him In past generations we evangelicals have been very good at teaching people about God but we have not been as effective in helping them know Him and enter into His presence After about 20 years of lay church ministry I went back to school to explore what it means to BE Christian Thus I am a late comer to teaching in an academic setting In my own church I m active in ministry with children It s very rewarding for me to be in this department where I did my Master s work the place where I was thoroughly disequilibrated by Dr Jim Plueddemann and his colleagues I also have been influenced by the pedagogy of Dr Ted Ward and Dr Linda Cannell It s hard for me to identify books that have informed my thinking and ministry because there are so many But my spiritual formation has been significantly shaped by the contemporary writings of Henri Nouwen Brennan Manning and Dallas Willard My life is not totally consumed by the academy and ministry My three children have blessed me with eight grandchildren They all bring me unspeakable joy and I steal away as much time as possible to be with them It is an enriching privilege to be part of the Christian Formation and Ministry Department My colleagues are a delight to work with We have a great time together Courses Taught CE 222 Transformational Education CFM 621 CE 425 Children s Ministry CFM 521 Personal Spiritual Formation CFM 611 CE 451 Family Ministry Membership in Professional Societies SPCE Society of Professors in Christian Education Research Some of the areas of study that energize me relate to the teaching ministries of the church and especially the Christian nurture of children and families I love exploring ways to help people enter into the biblical text to experience the world of the Bible My research interests lie in these areas including the spirituality of children and how they come to faith Publications Published Books Articles Listening to Children on Their Spiritual Journey with Catherine Stonehouse Grand Rapids Baker 2010 The spiritual formation of children in the church and in the home with Catherine Stonehouse in Nurturing Children s Spirituality Christian Perspectives and Best Practices Holly Catterton Allen ed Eugene OR Wipf and Stock 2007 378 387 A contemplative model of children s ministry in Perspectives on Children

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  • Nicole Mazzarella | Wheaton
    Ph D Scott Moreau Stephen Moshier R Tracy McKenzie Associate Professor of English On Faculty since 2002 Phone 630 752 5722 Email nicole mazzarella wheaton edu Education B A Journalism Asbury College M F A Creative Writing Old Dominion University About Nicole Mazzarella Dr Mazzarella s interests include Contemporary Fiction Writings of Contemplatives Travel Writing and Screenwriting Courses Taught ENGL 102 Literature of the Western World ENGL 105 Literature of the Modern World ENGL 335 Development of the Short Story ENGW 103 Writing Effective Prose 4 hrs ENGW 104 Writing Effective Prose 2 hrs ENGW 313 Creative Writing ENGW 444 Special Topics Seminar The Role of Narrator Character and Author in Theory and Craft ENGW 444 Varied Topics in Writing Novella ENGW 444 Varied Topics in Writing Short Story ENGW 444 Varied Topics in Writing Travel Writing ENGW 436 Fiction Writing ENGW 494 Senior Seminar ENGW 495 Independent Studies Advanced Writing and Theory Novel Writing and Interactive Narrative Screenwriting Advanced Story Writing Theory Advanced Creative Non Fiction Methods of Teaching Writing Advanced Novella Novel Writing Magical Realism Playwriting Speculative Fiction At other institutions Web Design Creative Writing and Argument Persuasion Membership in Professional Societies Associated Writing Programs Research The question who speaks drives much of my literary research as I explore the relationships between the author narrator character and reader and the role of the Christian artist as speaker This has also influenced my pedagogy as I seek creative ways to empower students to participate in their education My fiction explores the influence of place on identity the role of women aging the mysteries of grace and the nature of forgiveness Publications and Presentations What I Meant to Ask Antioch Review Forthcoming January 2012 This Heavy Silence Paraclete Press Hardcover October 2005 Paperback October 2006 forthcoming Flesh writer Documentary Directed by Kristin R Lauterbach Los Angeles CA Copper Coin Productions The Witch of Portabello wrote adaptation Short Film Directed by Kristin R Lauterbach Los Angeles CA Copper Coin Productions 2008 Grains of Sand sole writer Short Film Directed by Kristin R Lauterbach Los Angeles CA 20th Century Fox Films 2008 Food for Thought contributing writer Short Film Directed by Kristin R Lauterbach Los Angeles CA 20th Century Fox Films 2008 Diepe stilte Kampen Uitgeverij 2007 Dutch translation of This Heavy Silence The Faithful Writer Reading and panel Wheaton Scholar Society Spring 2005 GPS Reading Illinois Philogical Association Spring 2005 Weeding Cimarron Review Spring 2004 Teaching Students to Teach presented at the International University Teaching Vaxjo Sweden 16 18 June 2003 What a Mother Knows Prince Books Fall Reading Series Norfolk VA September 2000 Yearning for the Paradisal Ideal Milton s Commentary on Divorce and Marriage in Paradise Lost and The Divorce Tracts English Graduate Student Organization s Annual Conference Norfolk VA February 2000 Work Will Set You Free Arts Celebration Series Virginia Beach VA June 2000 The Problem with Pictures Prince Books Spring Reading Series Norfolk VA March 2000 Steps Prince Books Spring Reading Series Norfolk VA March 1999 The

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  • Bryan McGraw | Wheaton
    Scott Moreau Stephen Moshier R Tracy McKenzie Associate Professor of Politics On Faculty since 2008 Phone 630 752 5928 Email Bryan McGraw wheaton edu Education Ph D Political Science Harvard University 2005 A M Political Science Brown University 2001 M A Russian Area Studies Georgetown University 1995 B A Modern European Studies Vanderbilt University 1993 About Bryan McGraw Professor McGraw has always had an interest in the normative and philosophical aspects of politics and discovered political theory only in graduate school He is particularly interested in the ways modern states seek to establish and enforce their own normative visions and how religion plays into that process He has taught previously at the University of Georgia Notre Dame and Pepperdine University His first book was published by Cambridge University Press and he is beginning a project on pluralism law and religion and political theology Professor McGraw and his wife Martha a practicing neurologist live in Wheaton with their three children They enjoy gardening all manners of outdoor activities and perfecting the art of pulled pork BBQ sandwiches Courses Taught Introduction to Political Philosophy Between Athens and Jerusalem Classical and Medieval Political Thought Modern Political Thought Law and Religion American Political Thought Christian Political Thought Membership in Professional Societies American Political Science Association Christians in Political Science Association for Political and Legal Philosophy Association for Political Theory Research Individual Professor McGraw s main areas of research are in contemporary political thought and especially how those traditions intersect with religious belief and practice Publications McGraw Bryan Faith in Politics Religion and Liberal Political Thought Cambridge University Press 2010 Kimberly H Conger and Bryan T McGraw Religious Conservatives and the Requirements of Citizenship Political Autonomy Perspectives on Politics Vol 6 No 2 June 2008 WETN Inside Wheaton Faith in Politics Bryan McGraw explores the

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  • R. Tracy McKenzie | Wheaton
    Miglio Angela McKoy Barrett McRay Brian Miller Bryan McGraw Daniel Master David Malone Douglas Moo Gregory Morrison Jennifer Powell McNutt Laura Montgomery Scottie May Matthew Milliner Michael Mangis Michael McKoy Nicole Mazzarella Sally Morrison Sarah Miglio Ph D Scott Moreau Stephen Moshier R Tracy McKenzie Professor of History Department Chair On Faculty since 2010 Office 206 Phone 630 752 5474 Fax 630 752 5294 Email tracy mckenzie wheaton edu Education Ph D Vanderbilt University 1988 M A Vanderbilt University 1984 B A University of Tennessee 1982 About Tracy McKenzie Professor McKenzie is married to his best friend of thirty years Robyn He and Robyn have three adult children Callie Margaret and Robert His favorite movie is Chariots of Fire followed by Father of the Bride He has two favorite books The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky and Peace Like a River by Leif Enger the former for how it makes him think and the latter for how it thrills his heart In his spare time he enjoys playing ping pong and golf with his son meeting his daughters for coffee watching Hercule Poirot and The Andy Griffith Show doing crossword puzzles and eating Professor McKenzie blogs about Christian faith and American History and you can follow his reflections here Tracy McKenzie joined the History Department in the fall of 2010 after twenty two years on the faculty of the University of Washington where he held the Donald W Logan Endowed Chair in American History For most of his professional career his research has focused on the effects of the American Civil War on the economy and society of the Upper South His first book One South or Many Plantation Belt and Upcountry in Civil War Era Tennessee New York Cambridge University Press 1994 investigated the economic effects of war and emancipation on the southern countryside and received best book awards from the Agricultural History Society and the American Historical Association Pacific Coast Branch His next monograph was Lincolnites and Rebels A Divided Town in the American Civil War New York Oxford University Press 2006 Recipient of the annual Fletcher Pratt Literary Award for best non fiction work on the Civil War Lincolnites and Rebels explored the civil war within the Civil War by tracing the experience of a single community split asunder by the sectional crisis More recently Professor McKenzie has turned his attention to the ways in which American evangelicals have remembered their national heritage toward that end he has recently written a book on memory of the First Thanksgiving The First Thanksgiving What the Real Story Tells Us about Loving God and Learning from History was published in October 2013 by Intervarsity Press WETN Inside Wheaton The First Thanksgiving Tracy McKenzie on reading history for illumination not ammunition More Dr McKenzie s Blog Faith and History Follow Dr McKenzie on his blog Faith and History Thinking Christianly about the American Past More Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of

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  • Angela McKoy | Wheaton
    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 Angela McKoy Angela Fortner McKoy Ph D Menu Adam Miglio Angela McKoy Barrett McRay Brian Miller Bryan McGraw Daniel Master David Malone Douglas Moo Gregory Morrison Jennifer Powell McNutt Laura Montgomery Scottie May Matthew Milliner Michael Mangis Michael McKoy Nicole Mazzarella Sally Morrison Sarah Miglio Ph D Scott Moreau Stephen Moshier R Tracy McKenzie Adjunct Professor of Chemistry On Faculty since 2014 Email angela mckoy wheaton edu Education National Institutes of Health Postdoctoral Fellow National Research Service Award Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine at Rutgers University 2014 Ph D Biochemistry Princeton University 2011 M S Chemistry Jackson State University 2006 B S Chemistry Summa Cum Laude Jackson State University 2005 About Angela Fortner McKoy Dr McKoy came to Wheaton College in 2014 as a visiting professor in Biochemistry Her post doctoral work is in X ray crystallographic structure determination and expression and purification of polyproteins While at Princeton University she worked on the discovery of compounds that rescue Alzheimer s peptide toxicity through E coli protein expression screening 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

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  • Michael McKoy | Wheaton
    Adam Miglio Angela McKoy Barrett McRay Brian Miller Bryan McGraw Daniel Master David Malone Douglas Moo Gregory Morrison Jennifer Powell McNutt Laura Montgomery Scottie May Matthew Milliner Michael Mangis Michael McKoy Nicole Mazzarella Sally Morrison Sarah Miglio Ph D Scott Moreau Stephen Moshier R Tracy McKenzie Assistant Professor of Politics and International Relations On Faculty since 2014 Office MSC 213 Email michael mckoy wheaton edu Education Ph D Politics Princeton University 2012 Dissertation The Overthrow Option The Strategic Choices of Interstate Conflict and Foreign Imposed Regime Change M A Politics Princeton University 2008 B A Graduation with Distinction Political Science and History Duke University 2002 Research and Teaching Interests International Security Domestic Political Transitions Alliance Politics East Asian International Politics Middle East International Politics Awards and Fellowships Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies PIIRS Dissertation Writing Fellowship 2011 2012 Henry and Lynde Bradley Foundation Fellowship 2010 2012 Patrice Y Johnson 80 Memorial Service Award from the Association of Black Princeton Alumni 2012 George Kateb Prize for Best Preceptor in Politics Department Teaching Award 2011 Black Graduate Caucus Service Award 2010 Princeton University Presidential Fellowship 2006 2012 Robert S Rankin Award for Leadership and Academic Achievement 2002 Publications The Patron s Dilemma The Dynamics of Foreign Supported Democratization with Michael K Miller Journal of Conflict Resolution Vol 56 No 5 October 2012 pp 904 932 Coalition Dynamics and the Sèvres Pact Do Opposites Attract in Pacts and Alliances in History Diplomatic Strategy and the Politics of Coalitions Melissa P Yeager and Charles Carter eds London I B Tauris Publishers 2012 Conclusion with Melissa Yeager in Pacts and Alliances in History Diplomatic Strategy and the Politics of Coalitions Melissa P Yeager and Charles Carter eds London I B Tauris Publishers 2012 Correspondence Bargaining Theory and Rationalist Explanations for the Iraq War with David A Lake International Security Vol 36 No 3 Winter 2011 2 pp 177 188 Working Papers Coercive Diplomacy International Audiences and the US Decision for War with Iraq Under Review Strategic Dynamics of Revolutionary Interstate Conflict Allied Regime Change Policy in Germany and Japan The Dilemma of Foreign Imposed Democracy Public Threats or Prior Preferences An Experimental Analysis of Audience Costs Effects with Jack Levy Paul Poast and Geoffrey Wallace Conference Presentations Bush Baghdad and the Bargaining Model of War Presented at the International Studies Association San Francisco CA April 2013 Imposing or Controlling Democracy Foreign Imposed Democracy and Allied Pacification Strategy in Postwar Germany and Japan Presented at the International Studies Association San Diego CA April 2012 Imposing Regimes and Enforcing Peace The Bush Democracy Doctrine Reexamined Presented at the International Studies Association Montreal March 2011 Planning for the Unthinkable American Coup Plotting on the Eve of the Iranian Revolution Presented at the International Studies Association March 2011 Patron s Dilemma Dynamics of Foreign Supported Democratization with Michael K Miller Presented at the American Political Science Association Washington DC September Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of a

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  • Jennifer Powell McNutt | Wheaton
    Andrews Overseas Research Student Award 2003 2006 Select Publications Books Jennifer Powell McNutt Calvin Meets Voltaire The Clergy of Geneva during the Age of Enlightenment 1685 1798 Eighteenth Century Studies Series Ashgate Jan 2014 Articles and Essays Jennifer Powell McNutt Replacing Calvin Calvin s Catechism in Eighteenth Century Geneva in Calvin and the Book Calvin Studies Society Colloquium 2013 Vandenhoeck Ruprecht forthcoming 2015 IN PRESS Jennifer Powell McNutt James The Book of Straw in Reformation Biblical Exegesis A Comparison of Luther and the Radicals in Reconsidering the Relationship between Biblical and Systematic Theology in the New Testament Essays by Theologians and New Testament Scholars eds Benjamin E Reynolds Brian Lugioyo and Kevin J Vanhoozer Mohr Siebeck July 2014 pp 157 176 Jennifer Powell McNutt What is the meaning of evil and suffering in Theology Questions Everyone Asks Christian Faith in Plain Language eds Gary Burge and David Lauber Downer s Grove IVP Feb 2014 pp 80 94 Timothy Larsen and Jennifer Powell McNutt The Reformation and Protestantism in The Book of Books Biblical Canon Dissemination and Its People eds Jerry Pattengale Lawrence H Schiffman and Filip Vukosavović Israel Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem 2013 pp 102 105 Jennifer Powell McNutt and Richard Whatmore The Attempts to Transfer the Genevan Academy to Ireland and America 1782 1795 in The Historical Journal 56 2 June 2013 pp 345 368 Jennifer Powell McNutt The Consolation of Criminals Clergy and State Dynamics in Eighteenth Century Geneva in Bulletin de la Société d histoire et d archéologie de Genève 40 2010 pp 55 66 Jennifer Powell McNutt Hesitant Steps Acceptance of the Gregorian Calendar in Eighteenth Century Geneva in Church History Journal vol 75 n 3 Sept 2006 pp 544 564 Essay awarded the Sidney E Mead Prize 2005 American Society of Church History Publications include the following Encyclopedia and dictionary articles such as to Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception Walter de Gruyter 2011 book reviews to journals such as the Journal of Early Modern History the Sixteenth Century Journal and the Journal of Ecclesiastical History and French translations for the University of Michigan s Collaborative Online Translation Project of Diderot and D Alembert s Encyclopedia Ecclesiastical Articles Jennifer Powell McNutt Think you had a bad day 10 things to remember from church history when you re discouraged in ministry Leadership Journal Online Nov 2014 Jennifer Powell McNutt The Enduring Church in Christianity Today Jan 2011 44 47 Invited Speaker Popularizing Science Clerical Engagement with Science during the Age of Enlightenment American Scientific Affiliation Nov 4 2014 Calvin Meets Voltaire Westminster Seminary California Convocation Speaker Oct 8 2014 Replacing Calvin Calvin s Catechism in Eighteenth Century Geneva Plenary Speaker at Calvin Studies Society Colloquium Calvin the Book April 2013 Additional paper presentations delivered at some of the following venues American Society of Church History Conference Sussex Centre for Intellectual History Calvin Congress the British Society of Eighteenth Century Studies Conference Université de Genève and University of St Andrews Current Research I have begun research

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  • Barrett McRay | Wheaton
    way you will fulfill the law of Christ Gal 6 2 I was a youth minister on the outskirts of Portland Oregon when these words began to make an indelible impact on me Amidst the joys of being involved with youth in ministry I became aware of the intense pain and suffering of some of the students and their families and I began to long to know how to be helpful This was the beginning of the passion that drives my teaching a desire to understand the historic soul care ministry of the church and the current resources available in the mental health fields and to prepare students to be able to utilize these in their ministry My wife Sydney and I have two boys Mitchel and Matthew and a girl Skyler and our greatest joys include bike rides swimming and any time we can spend playing together outdoors at HoneyRock the Northwoods Campus of Wheaton College Courses Taught CE 234 Foundations of Youth Ministry CE 322 Human Development and Ministry CFM 681 Integrative Seminar CFM 515 Nature and Development of Persons CFM 522 Spiritual Formation II History CFM 534 Care Counseling in Ministry CFM 631 Youth Ministry BITH 623 History of Pastoral Care Membership in Professional Societies American Psychological Association Christian Association of Psychological Studies North American Professors of Christian Education Youth Ministry Educators Research I currently teach research and write in areas related to youth ministry soul care and the interface of professional counseling and ministry Papers Published and or Presented Manuscripts and Publications Yarhouse M A Butman R E McRay B W under contract Modern psychopathologies Psychopathology through the eyes of faith Downers Grove IL InterVarsity Press Meek K R McMinn M R Brower C M Burnett T D McRay B W Ramey M L Swanson D W Villa D D in press Maintaining personal resiliency Lessons learned from evangelical protestant clergy Dunkelblau E McRay B McFadden M 2001 Funny you don t sound like a supervisor The use of humor in psychotherapy supervision In W A Salameh W F Fry Jr Eds Humor and Wellness in Clinical Intervention pp 221 235 West Port CT Praeger Publishers McRay B W McMinn M R Wrightsman K R Burnett T D Ho S D 2001 What Evangelical pastors want to know about psychology Journal of Psychology and Theology 29 2 99 105 McRay B W McMinn M R Meek K R 1998 Questioning the slippery slope Ethical beliefs and behaviors of private office and church based therapists Counseling and Values 42 2 142 150 McMinn M R McRay B W 1997 Spiritual disciplines and the practice of integration Possibilities and challenges for Christian psychologists Journal of Psychology and Theology 25 1 101 109 McMinn M R Meek K R McRay B W 1997 Beliefs and behaviors among CAPS members regarding ethical issues Journal of Psychology and Christianity 16 1 18 35 Select Presentations McRay B W 2003 March Youth ministry as soul care and Caring for the souls of

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