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Ecocriticism/Sustainability

Department:  English

Time: M/T/W/TH 9:30-12:10 pm

Instructor: Christina Roberts

 

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  • Deviance and Social Control

    Department:  Criminal Justice

    Time: Online

    Instructor: David Connor

     

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  • The Genetics of Disease

    Department: Biology

    Time: M/T/W/TH 9:00-11:30 am

    Instructor: Sally McLaughlin

    Why do we get sick? Is our fate written in our DNA? What can we do about it in our daily lives? This course is designed to give an introduction to biology as it relates to genetics and disease.  Through the lens of inherited diseases, we will explore the building blocks of life from the level of cellular components to the process of natural selection.

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  • Stars, Galaxies, and Cosmology

    Department: Physics

    Time: M/T/W/TH 9:00-12:10 am

    Instructor: Joanne Hughes Clark

    Are we Stardust? Study the development of modern astronomy in: "Stars, Galaxies and Cosmology," to find the answer. 

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  • Quantitative Reasoning

    Department:  Math

    Time: M/T/W/TH 13:30-16:10

    Instructor: A. Humphreys

     

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  • People, Power and Politics

    Department: Political Science

    Time: Online

    Instructor: Patrick Schoettmer

    Democracy is premised on the idea that legitimate government can only be established through a mandate of the people, but for that mandate to mean anything people need to listen to each other and to deliberate carefully. Yet, a great contradiction at the heart of democracy is that deliberation and participation often seem to be in conflict. Listening to each other often causes us to become less engaged, while only listening to your own side leads to greater engagement. In this class, we work through this contradiction, focusing on a particular case study of your choosing, in order to answer one of the most important questions there is in a democracy: what does it mean to be a good citizen?

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  • Section: UCOR 1800-01

    Department: Biology  

    Title: The Genetics of Disease        

    Time: MTWTH 9:00-11:30