The Graduate School and Wheaton College are pleased to announce the expansion of their collaborative training opportunity for advanced doctoral students. Beginning in 2014-2015, up to four doctoral students will have the honor of serving as Brown/Wheaton Faculty Fellows, instead of two. Advanced students in the humanities and the physical, social, and life sciences are invited to explore the opportunity, which allows doctoral candidates to experience faculty life firsthand at a liberal arts college. Students who will be in their fourth, fifth or sixth year in 2014-2015 are eligible to apply. To learn more, students are invited to attend an information session on December 10. Wheaton College Associate Provost Gail Sahar and a current Faculty Fellow will answer questions about this distinctive fellowship program. The session begins at 3:30 pm at the Sheridan Center. Please register to attend.