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Course Readings and Resources

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Course Readings and Resources

Course Code Course Title Instructor(s)
AAH 203 Northern Renaissance Dorothy Limouze
ACC 203 Financial Accounting Alan Lockard
BIOL 101/102 General Biology Margaret Harloe, Claire Burkum, Linda Auker, Eileen Visser, Kim Reardon
BIOL 231 Microbiology Lorraine Olendzenski
BIOL 288 Introduction to Neuroscience Ana Estevez, Joe Erlichman
BIOL 304 Health Coaches Jane Kring
BIOL 341 Anatomy & Physiology Joe Erlichman, Jane Kring
BIOL 387, NEUR 387 Cellular Mechanisms of Memory Ana Estevez
BIOL 4015 Foundations of Medicine I Jane Kring
CHEM 221/222 Organic Chemistry Larry French
CNS 101 Introduction to Canada Neil Forkey
CNS 202 Quebec Neil Forkey
ECON 336, AFS 336 Economic Development Robert Blewett
ENG 200 The Beatles Peter Bailey
ENG 243 Creative Non-Fiction Natalia Singer
ENG 245 Troy and Its Aftermath Ann Hubert
ENG 364 J.R.R. Tolkien Sarah Gates
FILM 211 Introduction to Film Studies Kathleen Stein
FRPG 1006 Peace Begins With Me Donna Alvah
FRPG 1011 The Worlds of J.R.R. Tolkien Sarah Gates
FRPG 1021 Identity and Belonging in the St. Lawrence Valley Neil Forkey
FRPG 1024 Dinosaurs, Climate Change, and Mass Extinctions Judith Nagel-Myers
FRPG 1033 An Outdoor State of Mind Devin Farkas, Robert Haney
FRPG 1055 Mediterranean Living through Literature, Art and Film Alessandro Giardino
FRPG 2106 Epigenetics: Environmental Influences on Animal Development, Behavior, and Disease Alexander Schreiber
GEOL 203 Mineralogy Jeffrey Chiarenzelli
GEOL 233, GS 233 GIS Carol Cady
GEOL 350 Structural Geology Erkan Toraman
GNDR 103 Gender and Society Jennifer MacGregor
GOVT 206, PHIL 206 Introduction to Political Theory Christopher Buck
GS 301 Theories of Global Political Economics Jayantha Jayman
HIST 104 United States Since 1877 Lawrence Boyette
HIST 115, CLAS 104 Survey of Caribbean and Latin American History Tamara Feinstein
HIST 200 NOR Local History in the Digital Age Judith DeGroat
HIST 200 TRAN Seminar: Transnational WWII Donna Alvah
HIST 299 Seminar: Research Methods: Transnation Donna Alvah
HIST 3068, CLAS 3023 Chile's Dirty War and Digital Humanities Tamara Feinstein
HIST 471 Revolutionary Europe Judith DeGroat
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 205-1 Multivariable Calculus (DeFranza) Jim DeFranza
MATH 205-2 Multivariable Calculus (Giarrusso) Dante Giarrusso
MATH 205-3 Multivariable Calculus (Cryster) Cryster Danny
MATH/STAT 113-1/2 Applied Statistics (Lock/Lock) Robin Lock, Patti Frazier Lock
MATH/STAT 213 Applied Regression Analysis Robin Lock
MATH/STAT 325/326 Probability Jessica Chapman
MUS 3014 Popular Music in American Culture Frederick Schenker
PCA 111 Rhetoric and Public Speaking Erika Kissam
PHIL 103, ASIA 103 Philosophy East and West Erin McCarthy
PHYS 102 Astronomy Aileen O'Donoghue
PHYS 151/152 University Physics Munir Pirbhai
PHYS 221/222 Modern Physics Catherine Jahncke, Munir Pirbhai, Karen Johnson
PSYC 101-3 Introductory Psychology Loraina Ghiraldi
PSYC 205 Research Methods Elyssa Twedt, Loraina Ghiraldi
PSYC 215 Cultural Psychology Kim O'Neil
PSYC 253 Personality Cheryl Stuntz
PSYC 255 Sport Psychology Cheryl Stuntz
PSYC 325 Social Psychology Mark Oakes
SOC 101 Principles of Sociology Yesim Bayar