CBL Courses

Fall 2022

First-Year Program:

FRPG-1012CBL Food and Folk: Sustaining North Country Food/Cultures 
Instructor: Camilla Ammirati

FRPG-1052CBL Rural Dreams: Surveying the Plight and Promise of America's Small Towns
Instructor: George Repicky

GENERAL COURSES w/CBL:

ANTH-3072CBL Medicines &Meanings 
Instructor: Adam Harr 
Tuesday & Thursday; 12:40pm-2:10pm 

BIOL-304CBL Health Coaches I 
Instructor: Jane Kring 
Tuesday; 10:10am-11:40am 
*Pre-Reqs 

CBL-100 Community-Based Learning 
Instructor: Adam Harr 
Tuesday; 8:30am-10:00am 

PSYC-413 Community Psychology 
Instructor: Cathy Crosby 
Monday; 1:00pm-4:00pm 
*Pre-Reqs 
**Permission Only 

SOC-246 Aging Society
Instructor: Leah Rohlfsen
Tuesday & Thursday; 12:40pm-2:10pm

Spring 2022

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the ongoing and unpredictable nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, students enrolled CBL courses should plan for the possibility of virtual engagement with our local community. Virtual engagement will vary in form and duration depending on the community partner site. In some cases, students might be able to connect with people, and in other cases, students are tasked with creating content and other behind-the-scenes-projects. 

First-Year Program:

FRPG-2148CBL From Farmyard to Pets w/CBL  
Instructor: Karen Gibson 

FRPG-2198CBL Food Roots & Futures w/CBL
Instructor: Camilla Ammirati

GENERAL COURSES w/CBL:

ANTH-3072CBL Medicines & Meanings w/CBL  
Instructor: Adam Harr 

ANTH-3074SUS Communicating Sustainability w/CBL 
Instructor: Adam Harr 
Permission Only 

BIOL-305CBL Health Coaches II
Instructor: Jane Kring
Pre-req: BIOL-304 or BIOL-304CBL 

CBL-100 Community-Based Learning 
Instructor: Adam Harr