There are still some open spaces for students to register to ESS307: Diversity Outreach. This course examines issues of diversity in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), while also providing students with the opportunity to build on the knowledge by directly engaging in community efforts to promote and increase access to STEM … Continue reading Undergrads: ESS 307 – Diversity Outreach
The University of Washington Women’s Center is offering GRE preparatory courses this fall for our campus and the surrounding community. Below is a flyer with more information, dates, and registration details. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact email@example.com or call the Women’s Center at 206.685.1090.
The Expository Writing Program in the English Department is offering several new and exciting 200 & 300-level courses in Autumn that fulfill the "C" or "W" requirement and count towards our new Writing Minor. ENGL 282 and 382 focus on developing multimodal, digital, and new media 21st literacy and communication skills. Students enrolled in these … Continue reading Undergrads: Fall English Courses
(5 credits) Tuesday-Thursday 1:10-3:20 Condon Hall 141 SLN Number 12514 An overview of the development of mystical and spiritual literature in the Islamic world as it functions within the institutional structure of Sufism, with representative readings from principal Sufi authors and poets, including Rabi‘a al-‘Adawiyah (d. 801 C.E.),Mansur al-Hallaj (d. 922 C.E.), Nizami Ganjavi (d. … Continue reading Undergrads: Summer Quarter – NEAR E 429: Islamic Mystical Literature
This course examines issues of diversity in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), while also providing students with the opportunity to build on the knowledge by directly engaging in community efforts to promote and increase access to STEM for underserved students in the Pacific Northwest. The core of the course relies on … Continue reading Undergrads: ESS 307 – Diversity Outreach
Course Syllabus - HSTAA 490 (5) What is capitalism? It defines our world, yet until recently it has not be the focus of historical study. This seminar course offers a broad overview of American capitalism from colonial times up to the present. It introduces students to the transformation of America from a rural colonial outpost … Continue reading Undergrads: Summer Course – HSTAA 490
Summer Quarter 2017 ESRM 491D: Bees, Beekeeping, & Pollination Full Summer Term T/Th 8:30-11:20am
ESRM/ECON/ENVIR 235 Introduction to Environmental Economics This course covers the theory and practice of interactions between market forces and the environment. It offers I&S and NW credit and is available B term.
Greece: Ancient to Modern, JSIS 488E | CLAS 496C T/TH, 3:30-5:20, SMI 307 Course Description: Instructors: Dr. Alexander Hollmann (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Nektaria Klapaki (email@example.com). How are Ancient and Modern Greece connected to each other? Learn about great moments in Ancient Greek culture (tyranny and democracy, tragedy and comedy, athletics and art) and the complex … Continue reading Undergrads: Autumn 2017 – JSIS 488E
ENV H 490 A Environmental Justice and Health open to all majors, no prerequisites 3 cr M W 1:30 - 2:50 This course prepares students to recognize how socioeconomic inequities can lead to unequal exposures to environmental pollution, resulting in health disparities. Students also learn to evaluate ways to address and minimize health disparities in … Continue reading Undergrads: Autumn 2017 – ENV H 490: Environmental Justice and Public Health