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  • Manning, Robert (September , 2015)
    The goal of the course is to provide a bridge from “some exposure to single-variable calculus” to “readiness for multivariable calculus”. We will do this by covering some topics that are rarely seen in single-variable ...
  • Beazley, Elizabeth; Lippel, David; Tecosky-Feldman, Jeff (September , 2014)
  • Feinberg, Gabriel; Greene, Curtis (January , 2015)
  • Stauffer, Jill (September , 2015)
    This is a capstone course meant to consolidate student experience of a program that integrates scholarship, theory, library and field research, and policy perspectives.The course will be oriented around a theme but will ...
  • Stauffer, Jill (September , 2014)
    This is a capstone course meant to consolidate student experience of a program that integrates scholarship, theory, library and field research, and policy perspectives. The course will be oriented around a theme but will ...
  • Bradford, Seth (September , 2015)
    This course is intended for non-science majors. Drugs impact our everyday lives and, as more information is put out there, it becomes more difficult to process all of it. This course will provide the background to understand ...
  • Wilson, Jonathan; Moses, Joshua (September , 2015)
    Through case studies rooted in environmental issues, this course will offer a cross-disciplinary introduction to environmental studies. Tracing an arc from historical analysis to practical engagement, distinctive approaches ...
  • Butler, Lynne (January , 2015)
    Math 396 is an applied statistics course, intended for students who are mathematically sophisticated but statistically inexperienced. It has a prerequisite of Math 218, which covers discrete distributions that are used to ...
  • Johnson, Karl; Wilson, Jon (January , 2016)
  • Wilson, Jonathan (January , 2016)
  • Hoang, Rachel; Meneely, Philip (September , 2015)
  • Owen, Judy (January , 2015)
    The purpose of all of the courses in the Biology senior seminar series is threefold: to give you practice in reading critically and creatively in the original literature in a discrete discipline; to write critically ...
  • Nelson, Jessica; Johnson, Karl (September , 2015)
  • Norquist, Alexander (January , 2016)
    An introduction to chemical thermodynamics, equilibrium, electrochemistry and kinetics. Microscopic properties are used to develop basic chemical concepts of energy, enthalpy, entropy, and the Gibbs Energy, and their ...
  • Norquist, Alex; Matz, Kelly (January , 2015)
    An introduction to chemical thermodynamics, equilibrium, electrochemistry and kinetics. Microscopic properties are used to develop basic chemical concepts of energy, enthalpy, entropy, and the Gibbs Energy, and their ...
  • Londergan, Casey; Matz, Kelly (January , 2015)
  • Åkerfeldt, Karin (January , 2016)
    An introduction to chemical thermodynamics, equilibrium, electrochemistry and kinetics. Microscopic properties are used to develop basic chemical concepts of energy, enthalpy, entropy, and the Gibbs Energy, and their ...
  • Charkoudian, Louise; Matz, Kelly (September , 2015)
    Welcome to Chemical Structure and Bonding! In this semester long course, we will study the structure and bonding of molecules. We start from the nuclear and electronic properties of atoms and then discuss the theories of ...
  • Akerfeldt, Karin (September , 2014)
    Structure and bonding in molecules starting from nuclear and electronic structure of atoms. This course introduces the theories of chemical bonding that rationalize and predict the structures and bulk properties of ...
  • Schrier, Joshua (September , 2014)
    Structure and bonding in molecules starting from nuclear and electronic structure of atoms. This course introduces the theories of chemical bonding that rationalize and predict the structures and bulk properties of ...

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