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Course Readings and Resources

Course Code Course Title Instructor(s)
AAH 210 Survey of American Art Kathleen Stein
AAH 256, ODST 256 Art and Nature Kathleen Stein
BIOL 101/102 General Biology Margaret Harloe, Claire Burkum, Linda Auker, Eileen Visser, Kim Reardon
BIOL 121 Natural World Eileen Visser
BIOL 245 Genetics Lorraine Olendzenski
BIOL 305 Health Coaches II Jane Kring
BIOL 3067 Microbial Ecology Lorraine Olendzenski
BIOL 3081 Herpetology Kristine Hoffmann
BIOL 351 Anatomy and Physiology II Joe Erlichman, Jane Kring, Alexander Schreiber
BIOL 389 Advanced Neuroscience Joe Erlichman, Ana Estevez
BIOL 4016 Foundations of Medicine II Jane Kring
BIOL 412, GS 412, REL 412 Cross Cultural Healing David Hornung, Cathy Shrady
BIOL 440 Conservation Biology Erika Barthelmess
CHEM 221/222 Organic Chemistry Larry French
CHEM 342 Thermodynamics and Kinetics Samantha Glazier
CNS 101 Introduction to Canada Neil Forkey
CNS 401 Junior / Senior Seminar Neil Forkey
ECON 251 Intermediate Microeconomics Alison Del Rossi
ECON 336, AFS 336 Economic Development Robert Blewett
ENG 340 The Victorian Novel Sarah Gates
ENVS 371 Landscape Ecology Sara Ashpole
FILM 4013, GNDR 4027 Kubrick Peter Bailey
FRPG 2014 Growing Up Victorian Sarah Gates
FRPG 2033 The Knight and the Dragon Kathleen Self
FRPG 2097 The Revolution Will Not Be Televised Neil Forkey
FRPG 2105 Selling Out Frederick Schenker
FRPG 2110 Technology: Benefits and Consequences Rob Haney
FRPG 2113 World of Plants Aswini Pai
FRPG 2121 Jesus Thomas Fraatz
FRPG 2123 What is an image? Thomas Gokey
FRPG 2124 Biomimicry: Using Nature as a Model for Contemporary Design Matt Burnett
FRPG 2127 New Orleans at 300 Robert Cowser
FRPG 2130 Books and the Scientific Revolution Karen Johnson
FRPG 2134 Animals in U.S. History Donna Alvah
FRPG 2134 Animals in U.S. History - Launders Donna Alvah
FRPG 2136 It's a Bug's Life Tristan McKnght
FRPG 2138 Understanding Music Paul Siskind
FRPG 2139 Mindbugs & Blindspots - The Psychology of Bias Mark Oakes
FRPG 2140 Green Communities: Growing a Sustainable City Sara Ashpole
FRPG 2141 Extreme Physiology & Medicine Alexander Schreiber
FRPG-2072 Science of How and Why We Sleep Pamela Thacher
GEOL 233, GS 233 GIS Carol Cady
GNDR 103 Gender and Society Jennifer MacGregor
GNDR 4023 Gender and Genre: Horror and Dystopia Jennifer MacGregor
GOVT 206, PHIL 206 Introduction to Political Theory Christopher Buck
GOVT 343, ENVS 343 Ecology and Political Thought Christopher Buck
GS 301 Theories of Global Political Economics Jayantha Jayman
GS 324 Global Public Goods Jayantha Jayman
HIST 104 United States Since 1877 Lawrence Boyette
HIST 115, CLAS 104 Survey of Caribbean and Latin American History Tamara Feinstein
HIST 206 20th Century Europe Judith DeGroat
HIST 234, CLAS 234 Modern Latin America Tamara Feinstein
HIST 299 Colonialism and Apartheid in Southern Africa Rosa Williams
HIST 3078 Romans and Barbarians Carolyn Twomey
HIST 4008, CLAS 4008 Political Violence and Human Rights in Latin America Tamara Feinstein
MATH 113-1/2, STAT 113-1/2 Applied Statistics (Lock/Lock) Robin Lock, Patti Frazier Lock
MATH 113-1/2/4/5/6, STAT 113-1/2/4/5/6 Applied Statistics (Ramler/Schuckers/Chapman) Ivan Ramler, Michael Schuckers, Jessica Chapman
MATH 135 1/3 136-1/2/3 Calculus I and II (Cryster, Lock, Look) Danny Cryster, Patti Lock, Daniel Look
MATH 135-2 Calculus I (Giarrusso) Dante Giarrusso
MATH 205-2 Multivariable Calculus (Giarrusso) Dante Giarrusso
MATH 213, STAT 213 Applied Regression Analysis Ivan Ramler
MATH 230 Differential Equations Daniel Look
MATH 326, STAT 326 Mathematical Statistics Jessica Chapman
MATH 343, STAT 343, ECON 343 Time Series Analysis Lock Robin
ODST 250 Sophomore Seminar: Outdoor Adventure and Social Justice Devin Farkas
PCA 111 Rhetoric and Public Speaking Erika Kissam
PEAC 100, HIST 3024 Introduction to Peace Studies Donna Alvah
PHIL 103, ASIA 123 Philosophy East and West Erin McCarthy
PHYS 104 College Physics Daniel Koon
PHYS 105, ENVS 105 Energy Daniel Koon
PHYS 112, ENVS 112 Global Climate Aileen O'Donoghue
PHYS 120, MUS 120 Physics of Sound and Music Catherine Jahncke
PHYS 151/152 University Physics Munir Pirbhai, Cristian Armendariz-Picon
PHYS 221/222 Modern Physics Aileen O'Donoghue, Catherine Jahncke, Munir Pirbhai
PHYS 308 Electricity and Magnetism Daniel Koon
PSYC 101-3 Introductory Psychology Loraina Ghiraldi
PSYC 205 Research Methods Mark Oakes
PSYC 215 Cultural Psychology Kim O'Neil
PSYC 317 Abnormal Psychology Pamela Thacher
PSYC 326 Hormones and Behavior Loraina Ghiraldi
PSYC 327 Sensation & Perception Elyssa Twedt
REL 100 Mystery and Meaning Mark MacWilliams
REL 3019, BIOL 3050 Meditative Mind: Neuroscience Biology Mark MacWilliams, Joseph Erlichman
REL 3027 African American Religions Damon Berry
SOC 101-01 Introduction to Sociology Amanda Wyant
SOC 101-02 Introduction to Sociology Yesim Bayar
SOC 239, FILM 240 Culture & Identity in the Digital Age Stephen Barnard