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Brown/Wheaton Faculty Fellows Program: Departments & Courses/Areas of Focus for 2016-2017

Department/Program

Course/Area of Focus

Anthropology Medical Anthropology
Biology Functional Morphology; Immunology or Virology; Endocrinology; a special topics course in some aspect of Biochemistry and/or a special topics course in any area of Molecular Biology or Genomics
Computer Science Computer networks, database systems, or web development
English Either a course in 18th century literature and culture (e.g. survey, genre, or special topic) or a course in Victorian literature very similar to the department's current offering, English 235: Empire, Race, and the Victorians
French Any 300-level course designed by the fellow that reflects the fellow’s strengths
History Upper-level course in European History (Ancient, Medieval, or Early Modern); non-western history such as Asia or Africa, or an upper-level course on 20th century US history
Philosophy Epistemology or Metaphysics
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
Theatre and Dance Studies Voice and Movement