Wheaton College - Tower Yearbook (Wheaton, IL)

 - Class of 1950

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Russell Mixter, PhD. Division Chairman I Iohn L. Lee-dy, PhD. of I dD4 38 Division of Science BIOLOGY Nowhere in the realm of science can the intricacies of God's handiwork be seen more graphically than in the science of living things. Whether the student is dissecting Hlumbricus ter- restris" Cearthworm to youl or "felis libyca domestica" Cyour friend, Mr. Alley Cath, he is struck with the complexity and per- fection of the bodily mechanism of living creatures, and can only marvel at what is so manifestly the workmanship of God. Through the medium of textbooks, lectures, and laboratory work, in such courses as physiology, parasitology, bacteriology, or histology, the department gives the student the theoretical and practical training necessary for future study in medicine and related fields. ln addition to this, Wheaton's Biology De- partment offers excellent training to prospective teachers of these subjects in secondary schools and colleges. Through these courses the student's belief in God as Creator is strength- ened, and the knowledge thus gained not only serves to broaden his appreciation of all life, but also enables him to effectively serve his sick and dying fellow men at home and abroad. Clinton O. Mack, Ph.D. Cyril E. Luckman, M.S. Betty A. Urquhart, M.S.

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3 I f God's ance of cus ter- " Cyour ind per- rnd can of God. Joratory eriology, aoretical riedicine OQY De- chers of Through strength- erves to s him to :Jme and M.S. 0 , PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS Fannie Boyce, Ph.D. Angeline Brandt, Ph.D. i George L. Bate, M.S. Maxwell A. Kerr, B,S.E.E. A maze of strings, pulleys, and weights . . . a jumbled mass of tubes, resistors, and conden- sors . . . a pile of lenses, prisms, and mirrors . . . a woe-be-gone student muttering to him- self as he stares dejectedly at a mammoth slide rule, such are the sights in the lab as the bud- ding physicist attempts to prove for himself, through observation and experiment the laws studied in the classroom. Discussed in this department are the largest and smallest things known to man: the uni- verse, topic for the class in descriptive astron- omy, and the electron, basic unit for all studies in electricity. Mathematics courses take the student from such elementary studies as algebra and trigo- nometry up to such thought provokers as vector analysis, synthetic projective geometry, and other topics which, to a non-mathematician, are things straight out of a Greek book. Recognizing that all fields of knowledge can be put to practical use on the mission field, Dr. Martin has instituted two courses in automotive mechanics and practical radio designed es- pecially for prospective missionaries. to the end that they might be better equipped for the task of fitting themselves in the mission station, and of spreading the knowledege of the Lord, ihe Creator of all things in the physical universe. Paul E. Martin, Ph.D. Department Chairman i

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