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Brown/Wheaton Faculty Fellows Program: Departments & Courses/Areas of Focus for 2017-2018

Department/Program* Course/Area of Focus
Computer Science Ideally a 200- or 300-level course in any area of the applicant’s area of expertise. Possible consideration of an introductory level course, e.g. COMP 115.
Economics Introductory Microeconomics, Introductory Macroeconomics, or Environmental Economics
French Any focus above the French 222 level (culture, cinema, literature, theatre)
History An upper-level, European history course, with a geographic specialty in any region of Europe/Russia, any time period, and any theme.
Philosophy Either an introductory or mid-level course in social and political philosophy or epistemology
Psychology PSY 211: Learning and Memory
Public Health Introduction to Public Health or a 200- or 300-level course in public health
Religion Any course designed by the fellow that reflects the fellow’s strengths and adds diversity to department’s offerings
Sociology Urban Sociology, Global Cities, or Population Studies/Demography

*Applicants in areas not represented in the focus areas above can review Wheaton College's academic programs and offerings and identify an existing area to which they propose to contribute. Please note clearly in your application letter which Academic Program at Wheaton College would host you.