Course Readings and Resources

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Course Readings and Resources

Course Code Course Title Instructor(s)
EDAD 511A School Organization and Management William Collins
FRPG 1001 01 Lifestyles: Near and Far, Past and Present Cheryl Stuntz
BIOL 101/102 General Biology Margaret Harloe, Kim Reardon, Claire Burkum, Eileen Visser
ND 101-01 Introduction to ESL Robin Rhodes-Crowell
FILM 4003 Films of Woody Allen Peter Bailey
CHEM 221/222 Organic Chemistry Larry French
AFS 3005, ANTH 3006, SOC 3010, GS 3006 Health Care in Developing Countries Wairimu Ndirangu
BIOL 330 Ecology of Lakes and Rivers Brad Baldwin
GEOL 233, GS 233 GIS Carol Cady
SPAN 201A Advanced Spanish Ilia Casanova-Marengo
BIOL 412, GS 412, REL 412 Cross Cultural Healing David Hornung
MATH/STAT 113 Applied Statistics Robin Lock, Patti Lock
GOVT 103 Introduction to United States Government Joseph Kling
ENG 250-01 Methods of Critical Analysis Pedro Ponce
MATH 135-02/03, MATH 136-01/02 Calculus II (Lock, Look, Giarrusso) Patti Frazer Lock, Daniel Look, Dante Giarrusso
ENG 331-01 American Romanticism Mark Sturges
HIST 205 19th Century Europe, 1815-1914 Judith DeGroat
MATH 205-02 Multivariable Calculus (Giarrusso) Dante Giarrusso
AAH 203-01 Art of the Northern Renaissance Dorothy Limouze
ENG 450 Jane Austen, Our Contemporary Caroline Breashears
PHYS 151/152 University Physics Karen Johnson, Brian Watson
PCA 111-05 Public Speaking and Rhetoric Erika Kissam
GOVT 4001 Right Wing Social Movements in the U.S. Joseph Kling
SSES 347B Obesogenic Society Jodi Canfield
HIST 325 The Vietnam War Donna Alvah
MATH 230 Differential Equations Daniel Look
HIST 243 Origins of American Foreign Policy Donna Alvah
AAH 256A / ODST 256A Art and Nature Kathleen Stein
AAH 3003 Visions of the West Kathleen Stein
ANTH 102 Cultural Anthropology Wendi Haugh
REL 205A Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) Michael Greenwald
CNS 101-01 Introduction to Canada Robert Thacker
PCA 127-02 Introduction to Communication Studies Erik Johnson
REL 102A Religion and Science Michael Greenwald
GOVT 206 / PHIL 206 Introduction to Political Theory Christopher Buck
AAH 218A Arts of South Asia Chandreyi Basu
REL 227-01 Religions of Ancient Greece and Rome Michael Greenwald
FRPG 1007-01 The Human Body Rachel Sturges
FR 227 Franco-Canadian Short History Julia Morris
ENG 190-02 Introduction to Nature Writing Mark Sturges
PSYC 442 Intellectual Development and Developmental Disabilities Tom Cunningham
BIOL 240 Human Anatomy & Physiology Joe Erlichman, Jane Kring
BIOL 288 Introduction to Neuroscience Ana Estevez, Joe Erlichman
REL 100-01 , REL 100-02 Mystery and Meaning Alison Melnick
ANTH 425, AFS 425 Environmental Conservation in Africa Wendi Haugh
REL 221 Religious Life of India Alison Melnick
PHYS 102 Astronomy Aileen O'Donoghue
REL 231 Christian Religious Traditions Damon Berry
PSYC 317 Abnormal Psychology Pamela Thacher
GOVT 4003 Asia: Beyond the Great Wall Grace Huang
FRPG 1025-01 Developing the Leader Within Tom Ryan
REL 335 Religion and Violence Damon Berry
REL 238, GS 238 Global Christianities Damon Berry
PHYS 221/222 Modern Physics Karen Johnson
SOC 3007 Media and Society Stephen Barnard
FRPG 1035-01 The Creative Process Jennifer MacGregor
SOC 3006 The Web in Real Life Stephen Barnard
ECON 336-01 Economic Development Robert Blewett
SOC 3005 New Media, Conflict & Control Stephen Barnard
MATH 135-01/04, MATH 136-03 Calculus I and II (DeFranza and Bos) Maegan Bos, Jim DeFranza
ANTH 3001-01 Aztecs, Incas and Mayas Elizabeth Paris
GEOL 203 Mineralogy Jeffrey Chiarenzelli
REL 3001-01 Japanese Buddhist Visual Culture Mark MacWilliams
HIST 293 Public History Judith DeGroat
PCA 107-03 Beginning Acting Sebastian Trainor
HIST 473A The U.S. in World War II Donna Alvah
REL 223-01 Religious Life of China Mark MacWilliams
MATH 205-01 Multivariable Calculus (DeFranza) Jim DeFranza
GOVT 108-01/02 International Politics Ronnie Olesker
ECON 3001-01 Experimental Economics Meryl Motika
PCA 221-01/02 Intercultural Communications Erik Johnson
GOVT 290-01 Issues in the Study of Public Policy Joseph Kling