Environmental Studies Courses, Summer/Fall 2006

Summer 2006

RELG 2100.01 Religion and Literature: Sacred Pleasure, Mindful Living
(crosslisted as RELG 2150.01 Existence and Meaning: Sacred Pleasure, Mindful Living)
Instructor: Chris Parr
06/05/06 - 07/07/06
TWR 10:00-12:30

Fall 2006

ANSO 1090.01 Topics in Geography: Geographic Transitions (3 credits)
Instructor: Mikels Skele
MWF 11-11:50

This is a teacher certification course. It will be an exploration of most areas of geography: land-human relationships, regions, spacial interaction, population, resources and socioeconomic development. Students will look at geography in a changing world, doing so from the perspective of future teachers in elementary and secondary classrooms.

ANSO 2000.02 Issues in Contemporary Society: Anthropology of Food/You Are What You Eat (3 credits)
Instructor: Joe Stimp
W 5:30-9:30 pm (Fall 2)         

ENGL 2110.02 Perspectives: Humans and Other Animals
Instructor: Karla Armbruster         
MWF 10-10:50

SCIN 1010.01 Topics in Physical Science: Natural Disasters
Instructor: Mark Moates
M 5:30-9:30 (Fall 1)

SCIN 1010.02 Topics in Physical Science: Natural Disasters
Instructor: Mark Moates
M 5:30-9:30 (Fall 2, Downtown)

SCIN 1100.01 Earth Science and the Environment and SCIN 1101.01Earth Science and the
Environment:Lab

Instructor: Staff         
TR 1:30-4:30

WRIT 4000.01 Topics in Professional Writing: Writing on Nature & Environment
Instructor: Karla Armbruster 
MW 3:30-4:50