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Wheelock Society

Faith • Reason • Vocation • Service


Wheelock Conference

The Wheelock Conference is an annual, one-day forum that brings together Dartmouth students, faculty, and alumni. In panel discussions, alumni and scholars discuss the relevance of faith in their fields and share practical advice gained from their own experience. 

The 2020 Wheelock Conference, "Community in the Time of the Virus," featuring Rev. Dr. Ephraim Radner D'76 was held virtually on May 21.                                                                       

Read about our past conferences

Wheelock House

The Wheelock House will be a home that embraces inclusive intellectual inquiry, cultivates character, and fosters a warm and committed community. The building is currently being restored to house a community committed to challenging each other to grow intellectually and spiritually, with the aim of becoming a beacon of radical hospitality to the Dartmouth campus.                      


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The Apologia

The Dartmouth Apologia is a student-run journal of Christian thought. It has received the award for “Best Publication” at Dartmouth, has been mentioned in the Wall Street Journal, and has helped launch over 25 Christian publications on campuses nationwide.

Read the latest Issue

The Waterman Institute

The Waterman Institute is an independent study center where members of the Dartmouth community can pursue faith and learning together, integrating spiritual understanding and biblical study with academic rigor and scholarly discourse in a familiar college seminar setting.


Internships in Vocation and Service

EWS’s internship program brings together alumni and students. Alumni hosts offer a variety of opportunities for students to grow in discernment of vocation and calling. Opportunities for students are expanding as more alumni become involved with EWS.

Contact us for more information

Breaking Bread

Founded by '19 Margaret Cross, the Breaking Bread dinner discussion series encourages students to learn from the insights of Christian professors, leaders, and alumni in a warm, inter-fellowship setting. Breaking Bread welcomes Dartmouth students and community members of all backgrounds.

Student and Alumni Networking

EWS is creating a network of committed Christian alumni to mentor current students who are seeking practical advice on spiritual and vocational issues. Our online portal and regional gatherings facilitate connection with others in the community.

Register on our online portal

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Hanover, New Hampshire 03755

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