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Course Readings and Resources

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Course Readings and Resources

Course Code Course Title Instructor(s)
REL 100-03 Mystery and Meaning Kathleen Self
CHEM 342A Biophysical Chemistry Samantha Glazier
ECON 343, STAT 343, MATH 343 Time Series Analysis Lock Robin
BIOL 412, GS 412, REL 412 Cross Cultural Healing David Hornung, Cathy Shrady
REL 100-01 Mystery and Meaning Mark MacWilliams
SOC 239, FILM 240 Web in Real Life Stephen Barnard
SOC 240, FILM 241 New Media, Conflict & Control Stephen Barnard
PCA 107-03 Beginning Acting Sebastian Trainor
BIOL 305 Health Coaches II David Hornung
FRPG 2014-01 Growing Up Victorian Sarah Gates
REL 104-01 World Religions Kathleen Buckley
BIOL 101/102 General Biology Margaret Harloe, Claire Burkum, Linda Auker
GOVT 316-01 Business and Ethics Valerie Lehr
CHEM 221/222 Organic Chemistry Larry French, Ning Gao
SOC 317 Twitter and Society Stephen Barnard
MATH/STAT 113-1/2/3 Applied Statistics (Lock/Lock) Robin Lock, Patti Frazier Lock
BIOL 440 Conservation Biology Erika Barthelmess
MATH/STAT 113-4/5 Applied Statistics (Ramler/Schuckers) Ivan Ramler, Michael Schuckers
HIST 115-01, CLAS 104-01 Survey of Caribbean and Latin American History Tamara Feinstein
MATH 135-01/02, MATH 136-01/02/03 Calculus I and II (Lock, Giarrusso, Komarov) Patti Frazer Lock, Dante Giarrusso, Natasha Komarov
PEAC 100-01 Introduction to Peace Studies Donna Alvah
MATH 205-1/2 Multivariable Calculus (Komarov) Natasha Komarov
ECON 450-03 Seminar: Trust, Contracts, and Social Networks Robert Blewett
PHYS 151/152 University Physics Munir Pirbhai
ENVS 101-01 Introduction to Environmental Studies Jon Rosales
PHYS 110 The Scientific Revolution Karen Johnson
HIST 104-01, HIST 104-02 United States Since 1877 Lawrence Boyette
BIOL 389 Advanced Neuroscience Joe Erlichman
MATH 450 SYE Senior Seminar: Games Natasha Komarov
MATH 230 Differential Equations Daniel Look
MATH 135-03 Calculus I (Bos) Maegan Bos
ANTH 102-01 Cultural Anthropology Wendi Haugh
BIOL 351 Anatomy and Physiology II Joe Erlichman, Jane Kring, Alexander Schreiber
PCA 127-01 Introduction to Communication Studies Erik Johnson
HIST 4008-01, CLAS 4008-01 Political Violence and Human Rights in Latin America Tamara Feinstein
PCA 111-03 Rhetoric and Public Speaking Erika Kissam
HIST 234-01, CLAS 234-01 Modern Latin America Tamara Feinstein
BIOL 309, BIOCH 309, CHEM 309 Biochemistry Emily Dixon
FRPG 2057 From Pee to the Pill: Chemicals That Have Changed History Babasola Fateye
GOVT 206-01, PHIL 206-01 Introduction to Political Theory Christopher Buck
PSYC 327L Sensation & Perception Elyssa Twedt
MUS 3012-01 History of Jazz Michael Farley
PSYC 325 Social Psychology Mark Oakes
ENG 243-04 Creative Non-Fiction Natalia Singer
GS 301-01 Theories of Global Political Economics Jayantha Jayman
PSYC 317 Abnormal Psychology Pamela Thacher
ENG 364-01 J.R.R. Tolkien Sarah Gates
PHIL 100-01 Introduction to Philosophy Katharine Wolfe
PHYS 221/222 Modern Physics Munir Pirbhai, Aileen O'Donoghue
GNDR 103-04 Gender and Society Karen Gagne
MATH 205-02 Multivariable Calculus (Bos) Maegan Bos
FRPG 2077-01 Through the Golden Door: Immigration to the United States, Past and Present Donna Alvah
GNDR 103-03 Gender and Society Jennifer MacGregor
FRPG 2087 London Coffee-houses and Modernity Juraj Kittler