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  • Book

    Publications, honors and creative works: Leah Niederstadt and Pete Coco

    Leah Niederstadt and digital learning strategist Pete Coco discuss the dos and don'ts of blended learning in their new article, published on the Academic Commons website. More »
  • Adara

    Boston Globe shines spotlight on Adara Meyers’s play

    Wheaton graduate Adara Meyers ’08 grazes the pages of the Boston Globe to discuss her popular, satirical play, Talk To Me. More »
  • Leah

    Shared vision

    Leah Smith ’14, a studio art minor, experiments with tape art at her new job in Providence, Rhode Island. More »
  • Book

    Publications, honors and creative works: Ellen McBreen

    Assistant Professor of Art History Ellen McBreen celebrates the publication of her recent book, Matisse’s Sculpture: The Pinup and the Primitive. More »
  • P3SF

    Practicing what they teach

    A new exhibit in the Beard gallery showcases work from Wheaton's Arts staff, including Claudia Fieo, Kelly Goff, Andrew Howard, Patrick Johnson, and Patricia Stone. More »
  • Fangzi

    Action!

    Assistant Professor of Filmmaking Patrick Johnson creates a short film with the help of Diego Perez ’15, Geoffrey Cook ’16, Zevi Rubin ’16 and Gabe Bornstein ’14. More »
  • Elise

    A minute with…Elise Waelder ’16

    At the International Volunteer Headquarters, Wheaton student Elise Waelder spent the summer participating in turtle conservation efforts. More »
  • Abigail

    Preparation, connection lead to Good Housekeeping internship

    Art History and Studio Art double major Abigail Matses ’15 lands internship at Good Housekeeping through alum connection. More »
  • Wheaton MFA Goya reception

    A Night at the Museum

    Special reception in Boston features art history professor’s lecture on Goya, tour of new MFA exhibition More »
  • Matisse's Sculpture

    Matisse's sculpture

    French artist Henri Matisse is primarily known as a painter, in particular for his use of bright colors, but it his lesser known works that are being highlighted this fall in both an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City and a new book by Wheaton art history professor Ellen McBreen. More »