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Course Readings and Resources

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Course Readings and Resources

Course Code Course Title Instructor(s)
ACC 203 Financial Accounting Alan Lockard
ENG 243-01 Creative Non-Fiction Natalia Singer
PHIL 100-01 Introduction to Philosophy Katharine Wolfe
PSYC 255 Sport Psychology Cheryl Stuntz
GS 102-03 Race, Identity and Culture Alison Jenkins Jayman
BIOL 288 Introduction to Neuroscience Ana Estevez, Joe Erlichman
CNS 101 Introduction to Canada Neil Forkey
ENG 320 Shakespeare Ann Hubert
PHYS 102 Astronomy Aileen O'Donoghue
FRPG 1022 Painting Poetry Robert Selby, Karyn Crispo
PCA 310 Culture and Media Erik Johnson
FRPG 1006 Peace Begins With Me Donna Alvah
PHYS 221/222 Modern Physics Karen Johnson, Munir Pirbhai
HIST 280 History of Women in America Liz Regosin
GEOL 203 Mineralogy Jeffrey Chiarenzelli
MATH 135-2 Calculus I (Giarrusso) Dante Giarrusso
HIST 471 Revolutionary Europe: 1815-1914 Judith DeGroat
MATH 205-2 Multivariable Calculus (Giarrusso) Dante Giarrusso
HIST 293 Public History Judith DeGroat
ENG 4024 The House of Cadmus Ann Hubert
SOC 101 Principles of Sociology Yesim Bayar
BIOL 304 Health Coaches Jane Kring
REL 221 Religious Traditions of India Jaclyn Michael
MUS 3014 Popular Music in American Culture Fritz Schenker
HIST 299 Seminar: Research Methods: Transnation Donna Alvah
CNS 201 Canadian-American Relations Neil Forkey
MATH 205-1 Multivariable Calculus (Lock) Patti Lock
MATH/STAT 213 Applied Regression Analysis Robin Lock
FRPG 0000 First Year Program Science Library All Sections
GS 240-01, PEAC 240-01, GNDR 3020-01 Intergroup Dialogue Mary Jane Smith, Jenny MacGregor
PCA 4035 Makeup Design Michael Long
GNDR 103 Gender and Society Jennifer MacGregor
PSYC 432 Animal Behavior Bill DeCoteau
REL 100-04 Mystery and Meaning Jaclyn Michael
BIOL 101/102 General Biology Margaret Harloe, Claire Burkum, Linda Auker, Eileen Visser, Kim Reardon
PHIL 202 Reasoning Katharine Wolfe
REL 100-03 Mystery and Meaning Mark MacWilliams
CHEM 221/222 Organic Chemistry Larry French
HIST 253 Colonial British America Melissane Schrems
GOVT 108 Introduction to International Relations Ronnie Olesker
GEOL 233, GS 233 GIS Carol Cady
FRPG-1017 Taming the Brain: Neuroscience of Stress Serge Onyper
PCA 321 Intercultural Communication Erik Johnson
MATH/STAT 113-1/2/3 Applied Statistics (Lock/Lock) Robin Lock, Patti Frazier Lock
SOC 268 Sustainable Development Daniel McLane
AAH 202 Art of the Italian Renaissance Dorothy Limouze
MATH/STAT 113-4/5 Applied Statistics (Ramler/Schuckers) Ivan Ramler, Michael Schuckers
FRPG 1052 The Natural Environment and the Human Psyche Pamela Thacher
AFS 252, HIST 252 Conflict in Africa Matt Carotenuto
MATH 135-1/3/4/5, MATH 136-1/2/3 Calculus I and II (Lock, Look, Komarov, Cryster) Patti Frazer Lock, Daniel Look, Natasha Komarov, Danny Cryster
FRPG 1039 Ecosystem, Eggplant, and Entrepreneurship Sara Ashpole
GNDR 3021 Gender Norms and Pop Culture Jennifer MacGregor
PHYS 151/152 University Physics Munir Pirbhai
BIOL-4018 Forest Ecology Erika Barthelmess
HIST 115-01, CLAS 104-01 Survey of Caribbean and Latin American History Tamara Feinstein
PSYC 253 Personality Cheryl Stuntz
FRPG 1033 An Outdoor State of Mind Devin Farkas, Robert Haney
GS 101 Introduction to Global Studies: Political Economy Jayantha Jayman
ANTH 102-01 Cultural Anthropology Wendi Haugh
FILM 3058 First Films Marina Shron
ENVS 101-01 Introduction to Environmental Studies Jon Rosales
REL 272 The Crusades Kathleen Self
FRPG 1058 Great Debates in Physics Karen Johnson, Catherine Jahncke
BIOL 341 Anatomy & Physiology Joe Erlichman, Jane Kring
PCA 127-02 Introduction to Communication Studies Erik Johnson
ND 3018-01; , ND 3018-02 Sophomore Seminar: Getting More from the Sophomore Year Sue Manory, Paul Siskind
HIST 104-01 United States Since 1877 Lawrence Boyette
PCA 111-03 Rhetoric and Public Speaking Erika Kissam
PSYC 205 Research Methods Mark Oakes, Elyssa Twedt, Loraina Ghiraldi
REL 224 Islamic Religious Traditions Jaclyn Michael
HIST 234-01, CLAS 234-01 Modern Latin America Tamara Feinstein
BIOL 309, BIOCH 309, CHEM 309 Biochemistry Emily Dixon
PSYC 325 Social Psychology Mark Oakes
GOVT 206-01, PHIL 206-01 Introduction to Political Theory Christopher Buck
GS 301-01 Theories of Global Political Economics Jayantha Jayman
REL 218 Fantasy Religion Mark MacWilliams