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AMST219Introduction to Native American Studies: Paradoxes of Indigenous Life
ARCP291East Asian Archaeology
BIOL173Global Change and Infectious Disease
BIOL197Introduction to Environmental Studies
BIOL223The Molecular Basis of Cancer
BIOL290Plant Form and Diversity
BIOL346The Forest Ecosystem
BIOL507Evolution Journal Club I
CHEM587Seminar in Biological Chemistry
E&ES223Structural Geology
E&ES280Introduction to GIS
ECON210Climate Change Economics and Policy
ENVS212Introduction to Ethics
ENVS214Climate Change Economics and Policy
ENVS225Liminal Animals: Animals in Urban Spaces
ENVS280Environmental Geochemistry
ENVS281Environmental Geochemistry Laboratory
ENVS282Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems
ENVS285Environmental Law and Policy
ENVS291East Asian Archaeology
ENVS352Energy and Modern Architecture, 1850-2020
ENVS376The Artist in the Community: Civic Engagement and Collaborative Dancemaking
GOVT322Global Environmental Politics
GOVT333International Organization
HIST223Traditional China: Eco-civilization and Its Discontents
NS&B254Comparative Animal Behavior
PHIL212Introduction to Ethics
PHIL287Philosophy of Science
SISP202Philosophy of Science
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BIOL197Introduction to Environmental Studies
BIOL220Conservation Biology
BIOL508Evolution Journal Club II
CHEM314Environmental Chemistry
COMP350Computational Media: Videogame Development
ECON310Environmental and Resource Economics
ENVS201Sophomore Seminar in Environmental Studies
ENVS229What Can the Middle Ages Teach Us About Nature?
ENVS273Environmental Politics in East Asia
ENVS307The Economy of Nature and Nations
ENVS344Renewable Energy and Negative Emission Technologies
GOVT206Public Policy
GOVT329International Political Economy
MB&B381Physical Chemistry for the Life Sciences
NS&B254Comparative Animal Behavior
PHIL288Sciences as Social and Cultural Practices
PHYS105Calderwood Seminar in Public Writing: Engaging Sustainability
SISP205Sciences as Social and Cultural Practices

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