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  • Owen, Judy (January , 2015)
    In this quarter of Biology 200, we will address the biochemistry of the macromolecules that make up cells and living organisms and carry out their essential functions. Our primary focus will be on the proteins and peptides ...
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  • Koltun-Fromm, Ken (January , 2015)
    This class will explore the ways in which Americans express, explore, and negotiate their religious identities in and through material objects, rituals, and performances. The course is divided into five themes: 1) The ...
  • Parameswaran, Giri (September , 2014)
    This course is designed to introduce students to advanced mathematical tools that are commonly used in economic analysis. Mathematical concepts will be explored with a focus on application to economic models. The ...
  • Sabloff, Josh (January , 2015)
    This half-course aims to lead you to broaden your perspective on what it means to do mathematics. You will encounter mathematics that usually lies beyond the introductory calculus and linear algebra sequence. You will gain ...
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  • McKeever, Matthew (September , 2014)
    This course explores contemporary political movements to measure learning outcomes in educational institutions. The beginning of the course focuses on arguments concerning the purpose of education, as well as background ...
  • Smith, Walter F. (September , 2014)
    The subject of classical mechanics is part of the core of physics. This course treats some of the traditional topics of classical mechanics at an intermediate level, but it also includes some topics of more recent interest, ...
  • Roebuck, Christopher (September , 2014)
    This course is an introduction to medical anthropology. We emphasize how health, illness, and healing are deeply social. We aim to become familiar with broad range of topics, theoretical approaches, and research techniques ...
  • Smith, R. Tyson (January , 2015)
    The specific topics i n t h i s c o u r s e will include mental health, health care reform, medicalization, military health, comparative/international health systems, market-based approaches to health, the Affordable Care ...
  • DeHaven, Brian (January , 2015)
    This is a survey course designed to be an introduction to the wide and wonderful world of viral species that can kill and maim you and your friends. The lectures and topics in class will focus on viruses that cause ...
  • Saleh, Zainab (January , 2015)
    This course is an introduction to major anthropological theories on memory, remembrance, and forgetting. We will approach memory as a site of social practices that is situated in a political and historical context. We ...
  • Counts, Alex (March 24, 2011)
  • Mudd, Shannon (January , 2015)
    An exploration of microfinance as an approach to development and poverty alleviation through meeting the financial needs of the poor. The course will provide theoretical explanations for its methodology, evaluate empirical ...
  • Schoneveld, Erin (January , 2015)
    The art and visual culture that emerged from China, Korea, and Japan during the 20th Century continues to play an important role in global culture today. In this course, we will explore the roots of significant photography, ...
  • Pechkis, Joe (September , 2014)
    From the course catalog: This introductory course provides students who have an advanced background in mechanics with an alternative pathway into physics by exploring applications of introductory physics through a modern ...
  • Kitroeff, Alexander (June 17, 2015)
    This course uses several key countries in Southern Europe and the Middle East to understand the history of social protest in the non-industrialized “South” during the twentieth century. These Mediterranean countries lie, ...

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