How’d you like to have an economist, a linguist, a biophysicist, and a choreographer visit your residence hall weekly?
That’s what Wake Forest University’s Faculty Fellows program provides.
So that you may be enlightened even when outside the classroom, Faculty Fellows gives you regular access to professors – specifically, at least three faculty members per first-year residence hall – as they schedule residence hall events:
- evening walks with a Faculty Fellow and their four-legged friend,
- pizza parties,
- group outings to hear campus speakers,
- book clubs, and
- Calls to Conversation: guided discussions of current and complex topics.
Faculty Fellows always know what’s going on and are ready and willing to bring new ideas and philosophies to the front of your thoughts.
They can also give you context – both for events around campus and for your own studies – and can tell you what to do and what not to do (for instance, when writing a college essay!).
Finally, Faculty Fellows can help you to get connected with other scholars for independent studies, research projects, and book recommendations.
This is what Faculty Fellows are here for: to show you encouragement and individualized attention as you navigate the world of possibility that is Wake Forest University: a 5,400-undergraduate, test-optional, liberal-arts school in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, with 45 majors, 60 minors, and an 11:1 student-faculty ratio. Learn more about Wake Forest’s Faculty Fellows program here.
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