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ANTH232Alter(ed)native Approaches: Middletown Lives
ANTH250Foragers to Farmers: Hunting and Gathering and the Development of Agriculture
ANTH349The Human Skeleton
ARHA258Contemporary World Architecture
BIOL214Evolution
BIOL222Issues in the Health Sciences
BIOL223Integration of Clinical Experience and Life Science Learning
BIOL254Comparative Animal Behavior
BIOL290Plant Form and Diversity
BIOL312Conservation of Aquatic Ecosystems
BIOL316Plant-Animal Interactions
BIOL318Nature and Nurture: The Interplay of Genes and Environment
BIOL320Quantitative Methods for the Biological and Environmental Sciences
BIOL327Evolutionary and Ecological Bioinformatics
CCIV225Medicine and Health in Antiquity
CHEM358Structure and Mechanism
E&ES199Introduction to Environmental Science
E&ES223Structural Geology
E&ES230Sedimentology
E&ES317Hydrology
ENVS201Research Methods in Environmental Studies
ENVS205Sciences as Social and Cultural Practices
ENVS206Public Policy
ENVS211History of Ecology
ENVS214Women, Animals, Nature
ENVS220Conservation Biology
ENVS221Environmental Policy
ENVS226Invasive Species: Biology, Policy, and Management
ENVS230The Simple Life
ENVS233Geobiology
ENVS252Industrializations: Commodities in World History
ENVS260Global Change and Infectious Disease
ENVS273Justice and the Environment
ENVS280Environmental Geochemistry
ENVS281Environmental Geochemistry Laboratory
ENVS285Environmental Law and Policy
ENVS290Oceans and Climate
ENVS291Environmental Advocacy Strategies That Work
ENVS292Archaeology of Food, Trade, and Power in South India
ENVS304Environmental Politics and Democratization
ENVS307The Economy of Nature and Nations
ENVS310The Economics of Sustainable Development, Vulnerability, and Resilience
ENVS361Living in a Polluted World
ENVS377Perspectives on Dance as Culture: Dancing Bodies, Cultures, and Environments
ENVS411Group Tutorial, Undergraduate
GOVT329International Political Economy
GOVT333International Organization
MB&B381Physical Chemistry for the Life Sciences
PHIL311Spinoza's ETHICS


Spring 2015 Courses Not Offered       Summer Session       Winter Session       Home       Archive       Search       ENVS
ANTH232Alter(ed)native Approaches: Middletown Lives
ARHA258Contemporary World Architecture
BIOL222Issues in the Health Sciences
BIOL254Comparative Animal Behavior
BIOL290Plant Form and Diversity
BIOL312Conservation of Aquatic Ecosystems
BIOL318Nature and Nurture: The Interplay of Genes and Environment
BIOL320Quantitative Methods for the Biological and Environmental Sciences
BIOL327Evolutionary and Ecological Bioinformatics
BIOL507Evolution Journal Club I
CCIV225Medicine and Health in Antiquity
CHEM314Environmental Chemistry
CHEM387Enzyme Mechanisms
E&ES220Geomorphology
E&ES223Structural Geology
E&ES322Introduction to GIS
E&ES323Isotope Geochemistry: Tracers of Environmental Processes
E&ES326Remote Sensing
ECON310Environmental and Resource Economics
ENVS212Introduction to Ethics
ENVS215Humans, Animals, Nature
ENVS216Ecology
ENVS220Conservation Biology
ENVS221Environmental Policy
ENVS226Invasive Species: Biology, Policy, and Management
ENVS230The Simple Life
ENVS233Geobiology
ENVS240Making the Science Documentary
ENVS252Industrializations: Commodities in World History
ENVS260Global Change and Infectious Disease
ENVS270Key Issues in Environmental Philosophy
ENVS280Environmental Geochemistry
ENVS281Environmental Geochemistry Laboratory
ENVS290Oceans and Climate
ENVS304Environmental Politics and Democratization
ENVS305Moral Ecologies and the Anthropology of Vitality
ENVS307The Economy of Nature and Nations
ENVS310The Economics of Sustainable Development, Vulnerability, and Resilience
ENVS315Sustainable Agriculture in the Amazon & Beyond: A Performative Approach to Biocultural Regeneration
ENVS331Perspectives on Mountaintop Removal: Origins, Techniques, and Impacts
ENVS340The Forest Ecosystem
ENVS347Ethics and Fluency: Metaphors in Moral Cognition
ENVS361Living in a Polluted World
ENVS377Perspectives on Dance as Culture: Dancing Bodies, Cultures, and Environments
ENVS441Considering the Campus: Landscape Architecture, Tradition, and the Ecological Mandate
GOVT329International Political Economy
GOVT333International Organization
GOVT382The Politics of Inequality
SISP202Philosophy of Science
SOC248Death and Dying

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