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  • Special Projects / Gifts in Kind | Wheaton
    Wheaton College Family Camp Young Alumni Retreat 2016 Northwoods Adventure Winter Retreats Fall Retreats Family Camp Ministry Leaders Retreat Adventure Challenge Contribute Giving to HoneyRock Stones of Remembrance Partners Scholarship Gifts Gifts Special Projects Volunteer at HoneyRock Contact MyHoneyRock HoneyRock Contribute Gifts Special Projects Special Projects Gifts in Kind Menu Giving to HoneyRock Stones of Remembrance Partners Scholarship Gifts Gifts Special Projects Volunteer at HoneyRock Related Links Wheaton College Heritage Mission and Core Values Contact HoneyRock Cabin Rentals Map Directions Financial and Material Gifts HoneyRock is always in need of more things than our budget will allow Listed below are some of the items we need and have placed on our wish list Can you help make our dreams come true Items marked with an mean we have a specific type of equipment and or supplier in mind for it and we would be pleased to receive a financial gift to cover its cost Other items can be donated as new or used in excellent condition items or by designated funds Please contact Scott Eppler at 715 479 7474 x224 for details Operational Needs Pre cast fire pits Wells water pumps Utility vehicle Polaris Ranger or comparable side by side

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  • Volunteer at HoneyRock | Wheaton
    Faculty Alumni Testimonies Retreats Wheaton College Family Camp Young Alumni Retreat 2016 Northwoods Adventure Winter Retreats Fall Retreats Family Camp Ministry Leaders Retreat Adventure Challenge Contribute Giving to HoneyRock Stones of Remembrance Partners Scholarship Gifts Gifts Special Projects Volunteer at HoneyRock Contact MyHoneyRock HoneyRock Contribute Volunteer at HoneyRock Volunteer at HoneyRock Menu Giving to HoneyRock Stones of Remembrance Partners Scholarship Gifts Gifts Special Projects Volunteer at HoneyRock Related Links Site Facilities Cabin Rentals Map Directions Volunteers At HoneyRock we love our volunteers In addition to helping us keep the cost of programming as low as possible volunteers add a spirit of fun and fellowship as they co labor with the permanent and seasonal staff Groups of Wheaton College students many of them HoneyRock alumni often come up for the weekend to wash thousands of dishes groom broomball courts clean etc for our retreat groups Adult volunteers also come to work on specific projects as needs arise We provide meals and recreation opportunities for all of our volunteers For those coming from out of the area we may also be able to provide housing If you d like to consider volunteering at HoneyRock we d love to hear from you Contact

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  • Request HoneyRock Information | Wheaton
    Grades 3 8 Advance Camp entering 9th Grade 2 22 Program entering Grades 10 12 Venture entering Grades 11 12 Service Team entering Grades 11 12 Assistant Counselors Invitation Only CAMP AVAILABILITY Parents Why HoneyRock Preparing for Camp Family Day Policies and Procedures Parents FAQ Financial Assistance HoneyRock Round Up Students General Education School Year Adventures Summer Internships 2016 Vanguard Gap Year Leadership Schools SLS SALT Wheaton Passage Graduate Students OAL Distinctives 2 Year Residential Degree Modular Degree CCCA Affiliation Faculty Alumni Testimonies Retreats Wheaton College Family Camp Young Alumni Retreat 2016 Northwoods Adventure Winter Retreats Fall Retreats Family Camp Ministry Leaders Retreat Adventure Challenge Contribute Giving to HoneyRock Stones of Remembrance Partners Scholarship Gifts Gifts Special Projects Volunteer at HoneyRock Contact MyHoneyRock HoneyRock Contact Request HoneyRock Information Menu Contact MyHoneyRock About Us Campers Parents Students Graduate Students Faculty Retreats Contribute First Name Last Name Email Address Phone Number Program of Interest Youth Camps 3rd 8th High School Programs 9th 12th Group Retreats Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Donations General Inquiry Questions Comments Required fields Share This Page Feedback Media Center Back to Top HoneyRock About Us Campers Parents Students Graduate Students Retreats Contribute Contact MyHoneyRock 8660 Honey Rock Road Three

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  • #MyHoneyRock | Wheaton
    and deserves much credit along with his team for the excellence of our site written by Rob Ribbe and Lydia Stucki Posted January 29 2016 Why The Transition To College Matters The move to college is a major life transition and research shows that how students start college will in large part determine how college goes for them The transition to college comes with a myriad of changes to student s lives A transition is defined as a process or period of changing from one state or condition to another The word transition can be used as a noun an adjective and a verb As a noun it refers to the experience of change from beginning to end As an adjective it describes the state change As a verb it highlights the activity of change Regardless of its usage as a part of speech and despite being a relatively normal part of life a transition is a significant experience with significant impact Change is both normal and inevitable but it is also difficult and challenging When transitioning one of the greatest dangers and threats to success is the temptation to ignore the transition in order to avoid the challenges of change An unfortunate outcome of attempting to step immediately and directly from one state of life into another is the missed opportunity that a transition provides to reflect on the past and envision a new future Without an intentional liminal experience that provides individuals and communities with tools to effectively navigate transitions people will often inadvertently grab hold of destructive and or ineffective tools to help them feel temporarily safe in the landscape of change Given this reality transitional experiences that provide those in transition with the tools to effectively transition are an important part of the change process As you consider your future as a college student Wheaton College encourages you to be intentional about your time in transition by offering the following suggestions 1 Reflect Take time to reflect on the past and the lessons you have learned Name 5 truths that you want to remember as a college student 2 Envisio n Consider what you want your college years to be about What do you want to learn Who do you want to become Where do you want to be 3 Commit Make commitments to specific actions that will help you grow and develop Should you choose to attend Wheaton College you will be provided with an opportunity specifically designed to help you transition to the Wheaton community Through HoneyRock our Outdoor Center for Leadership Development we offer Wheaton Passage as a transitional experience for incoming Freshmen and transfer students Wheaton Passage provides you with the time and space to reflect envision and commit through small group adventures upperclassman and faculty mentorship exposure to liberal arts course work and the experiences in God s beautiful creation For more information on Wheaton Passage or the importance of transitions please feel free to contact Rachael Cyrus Passage Program Coordinator

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  • About | Wheaton
    foundation sources For his faith based and disaster work he has received the Mutual of America Merit Finalist Award and American Psychological Association s Division 36 Psychology of Religion Margaret Gorman Early Career Award View Dr Aten s profile David Boan PhD Co Director Dr Boan received his PhD in clinical psychology from Biola University Rosemead School of Psychology He has extensive experience in healthcare quality and safety public health and capacity building as the vice president for research and development for the Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care Maryland and Executive Director for Innovation Joint Commission Resources and Joint Commission International Dr Boan s research focuses on culture and its relationship to performance knowledge transfer and sustaining change in healthcare His recent projects include strategic planning for a health network in the earthquake area of Sichuan Province China building improvement capacity in international hospitals and creating standards for healthcare quality and safety for developing countries Dr Boan leads HDI initiatives related to capacity building measurement and development of standards and guidelines View Dr Boan s profile Coordinator Linda Bretz MA Administrative Coordinator Linda Bretz received her MA in Teaching and Curriculum from Penn State Harrisburg after completing her undergraduate work at Messiah College earning a BS in Home Economics Education with a minor in Business Following graduation she taught Home Economics classes in a public high school for 9 years Most recently Linda has been office coordinator for the Undergraduate Psychology Department at Wheaton College Faculty Fellows Faculty fellows are an integral part of the HDI who are recognized leaders within their respective departments and disciplines Faculty fellows serve as principals for HDI related projects and help shape and carryout initiatives of the HDI View Faculty Fellows profiles Faculty Affiliates Faculty affiliates are a diverse group of faculty partners who

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  • Faculty Fellows | Wheaton
    Projects Resources News Disaster Ministry Conference and Workshops Student Involvement Blog HDI About Faculty Fellows Faculty Fellows Faculty fellows are an integral part of the HDI who are recognized leaders within their respective departments and disciplines Faculty Fellows serve as principals for HDI related projects and help shape and carryout initiatives of the HDI Menu Faculty Fellows Who We Work With Locations Contact HDI Ward Davis Psy D Assistant Professor of Psychology On Faculty since 2012 Phone 630 752 7053 Email Ward Davis wheaton edu More Winnie Fung Ph D Assistant Professor of Economics On Faculty since 2010 Phone 630 752 7100 Email Winnie Fung wheaton edu More Ezer Kang Ph D Associate Professor of Psychology On Faculty since 2011 Phone 630 752 7051 Email Ezer Kang wheaton edu More George Kalantzis Ph D Associate Professor of Theology On Faculty since 2007 Phone 630 752 5819 Email George Kalantzis wheaton edu More Noah Toly Ph D Associate Professor of Urban Studies and Politics International Relations Director of Urban Studies Program On Faculty since 2006 Phone 630 752 5730 Email Noah Toly wheaton edu More Share This Page Feedback Media Center Back to Top The Humanitarian Disaster Institute About Training Research

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/HDI/About-HDI/Faculty-Fellows (2016-02-17)
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  • Who We Work With | Wheaton
    campus and off campus to carry out collaborative projects Menu Faculty Fellows Who We Work With Locations Contact HDI Support and Assistance HDI collaborators and partners offer project support population access resources and consultation to HDI Strategic Collaborators and Partners Congregations Humanitarian relief organizations Private research companies Academic institutions Faith based relief organizations Community groups Non profits Healthcare agencies and hospitals Local state and federal government agencies Campus Collaborators and Partners Faculty Staff Students Programs Centers and Institutes Focus of Collaboration Topics and issues addressed in collaboration with HDI strategic partners cover a wide range of topics related to disasters and humanitarian crises including Preparedness Disaster relief Community development International development Environmental policy Social justice Property rights Psychological trauma Economic factors Who We Work With Psychology Department As part of the Psychology Department HDI serves as a catalyst or vehicle for bridging supporting and bringing together faculty students and the department on shared projects and opportunities to serve the underserved More Who We Work With Human Needs and Global Resources HDI is working with HNGR to support student field research More Who We Work With Urban Studies HDI is a part of the Urban Preparedness and Public Health Lab UPHL

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  • Locations | Wheaton
    Graduate School Wheaton College HDI s primary location is within the Psychology Department on the Wheaton College campus As part of the Psychology Department HDI serves as a catalyst or vehicle for bridging supporting and bringing together faculty students and the department on shared projects and opportunities to serve the underserved HDI also equips students to apply their psychological training to support the global church and by expanding faith praxis integration experiences and competencies within the confines of traditional therapeutic settings as well as beyond such settings with an emphasis on community and international applications Wheaton Applied Research Lab Science Center Wheaton College HDI also has office space and lab space for the Applied Research Lab ARL in the Science Center at Wheaton College The ARL engages students in actual research projects and service contracts related to humanitarian services and disasters Through this lab students learn the methods of applied research including how to design execute and evaluate projects The projects are generally conducted with external partner organizations as well as faculty from other Wheaton College departments including urban studies economics or applied health Current project include analysis of data from Hurricane Katrina assessing community disaster information needs equipping faith based community organizations for disaster response and improving community resilience The lab has an interdisciplinary and international focus that looks at the intersection of disciplines such as psychology intercultural studies economics sociology applied health and more Chicago Urban Preparedness and Public Health Lab 4746 N Malden Chicago Wheaton College Chicago Campus HDI also directs the Urban Preparedness and Public Health Lab UPHL located at the Wheaton in Chicago facilities in Cook County UPHL is an applied research lab operated in partnership with the Wheaton College Chicago Campus and Urban Studies This interdisciplinary lab focuses on urban issues in disaster and

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