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Brown/Wheaton Faculty Fellows Program: Departments & Courses/Areas of Focus

Department/Program

Course/Area of Focus

Anthropology

Medical Anthropology

Biology

Evolution plus lab at 300 level; an organismal lab/field course like Ornithology or Herpetology or Mammaology or Ichthyology at the 300 level; Marine Biology with lab at the 200 level or a similar “systems” course

Chemistry

Chemical Principles, Aqueous Equilibria, Organic Chemistry I, Organic Chemistry II

Computer Science

Introductory Computer Science, upper-level area of candidate's expertise

Economics

Introductory Macroeconomics, Introductory Microeconomics, a 200-level course of potential interest to students

English

English 310 Shakespeare and the Company He Keeps

German

Elementary German, Intermediate German, Advanced German, German Literature in Translation (any period), German Culture course taught in German (any period)

History

Asian and African History are highest priority but would also entertain proposals in American Studies, Gender Studies and Latin American Studies

Philosophy

Value Theory, Introduction to Philosophy, Epistemology

Political Science

American Politics:  Constitutional Law, American Presidency, Judicial Politics, Congress and the Legislative Process

Public Health

Introduction to Public Health

Religion

Any (Islam, Religion in Africa or Latin America, Religion and Cognitive Science, Bible, etc.)

Sociology

Demography, Policy, Development, Environmental Sociology