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2000-2001 Term Table

Environmental Studies

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Data Updated: 6/5/2001:16:27:32
Rooms ending with "#" start at 1:00 pm on first day of term.

                                                                Enroll Cap    Room
*BIO  1-141     1   L  Foundations I...............Tepper............19..25..WS 118
 BIO  1-320     1   L  Iowa Plant Communities......Christiansen.......8..14..WS 213
 BIO  1-321     1   L  Ecology.....................McCollum..........19..25..WS 218
 CHE  1-225     1      Organic Chemistry I.........Liberko...........14..25..WS 319
*ECB  1-102     1   S  Microeconomics..............Savitsky..........25..25..NG 208
*GEO  1-114     1   L  Investigations in Geology...Garvin............11..16..NG 303
 GEO  1-332     1   L  Hydrogeology................Denniston..........4...9..NG   6
*PHI  1-202     1   H  Ethics......................Gray..............27..25.CM MLK#
 BIO  2-209     1   L  Plant Morphology............Condon.............9..25..WS   5
 BIO  2-321     1   L  Ecology.....................McCollum...........9..25..WS 218
 CHE  2-225     1      Organic Chemistry I.........Cardon............10..25..WS 307
 CHE  2-333     1   L  Advanced Analytical.........Miller, T..........2..25..WS 319
                         Chemistry                  
 ECB  2-223     1   S  International Economics.....Farooqi...........14..25..CM MLK
*GEO  2-111     1   L  Physical Geology............Denniston.........26..36..NG 208
 GEO  2-217     1   L  Paleontology................Greenstein........10..12..NG 308
*BIO  3-141     1   L  Foundations I...............Christie-Pope.....19..25..WS 118
*CHE  3-121     1   L  Chemical Principles I.......Jordan............18..25..WS 307
*CHE  3-161     1   L  Accelerated General.........Liberko............5..25..WS 319
                         Chemistry                  
*PHI  3-224     1   H  Environmental Ethics........White.............24..25..LT 200
*PHY  3-228     1   N  Energy Alternatives.........Lichty.............4..25..WS 10A
*POL  3-240;340 1   S  Security at Sea ............Sutherland.........8..12........
                         (in the Florida Keys)      
*BIO  4-142     1   L  Foundations II..............McCollum..........19..25..WS 213
*CHE  4-121     1   L  Chemical Principles I.......Ault..............12..25..WS 100
 CHE  4-122     1   L  Chemical Principles II......Miller, T.........13..25..WS 106
 CHE  4-326     1      Organic Chemistry II........Liberko............6..25..WS 319
                         Lecture                    
*POL  4-262     1   S  American Politics...........Allin.............19..25..SH 302
*BIO  5-141     1   L  Foundations I...............Christie-Pope.....18..25..WS 218
 CHE  5-202     1   L  Analytical Chemistry........Jordan/Miller, T..13..25..WS 307
 CHE  5-225     1      Organic Chemistry I.........Ault..............13..25..WS 319
*BIO  6-142     1   L  Foundations II..............Wright............18..25..WS 118
 BIO  6-230     1   N  Conservation Biology........Lyon...............5..25..WS 102
 CHE  6-326     1      Organic Chemistry II........Liberko...........19..25..WS 319
                         Lecture                    
*ECB  6-102     1   S  Microeconomics..............Savitsky..........23..25..SH 108
 EDU  6-380     1   E  Environmental Outdoor.......Peters............11..25........
                         Education Internship       
                         (in Wisconsin)
*GEO  6-105     1   N  Marine Science..............Greenstein........28..25..NG 208
*POL  6-262     1   S  American Politics...........Allin.............19..25..SH 302
*BIO  7-142     1   L  Foundations II..............Condon............12..25..WS 213
 CHE  7-327-A   1      Organic Chemistry Lab.......Ault/Cardon.......12..25..WS 100
 CHE  7-327-B   1      Organic Chemistry Lab.......Liberko...........13..25..WS 100
 ECB  7-325     1   S  Economics of Environment &..Cell..............15..15..SH  18
                         Conservation Seminar       
*GEO  7-111     1   L  Physical Geology............Garvin............22..36..NG 208
 GEO  7-215     1   L  Structural Geology I........Denniston..........3..12..NG 108
 GEO  7-255     1   L  Modern and Ancient..........Greenstein........10..12..NG   6
                         Carbonate Systems of the   
                         Bahamas (in the Bahamas)
 POL  7-346     1   S  Political Economy of........Loebsack..........12..25..SH  18
                         Developing Countries       
*BIO  8-141     1   L  Foundations I...............Wright............15..25..WS 100
 BIO  8-334     1   L  Animal Behavior.............McCollum..........11..25..WS 218
*CHE  8-121-A   1   L  Chemical Principles I.......Ault..............11..25..WS 307
*CHE  8-121-B   1   L  Chemical Principles I.......Miller, T.........10..25..WS 319
*ECB  8-102     1   S  Microeconomics..............Savitsky..........24..25..CM PAR
 GEO  8-331     1   L  Environmental Geology.......Denniston.........16..25..NG 208
*PHI  8-202     1   H  Ethics......................Brown, K..........26..25..AR 101
 SOC  8-313     1   S  Urban Community.............Peterson..........15..25..CH  18
*BIO  9-142     1   L  Foundations II..............Wright.............8..25..WS 100
 BIO  9-332     1   L  Plant Systematics...........Condon............10..12..WS 106
 CHE  9-122-A   1   L  Chemical Principles II......Liberko...........18..25..WS 319
 CHE  9-122-B   1   L  Chemical Principles II......Miller, T..........3..25..WS 307
 ENG  9-350     1   H  American Nature Writers.....Martin, R.........18..25..SH 108
*GEO  9-111     1   L  Physical Geology............Denniston.........32..36..NG 208
 POL  9-349     1   S  International Political.....Loebsack...........9..25..SH 300
                         Economy                    
 POL  9-368     1   S  Environmental Politics......Allin..............9..25..SH 302


Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
Terms Offered
2002 - 2003
ANT 222Applied Anthropology   6  
BIO 141Foundations: Cellular Biology 1,3,5,8 1,5,7 1,3,9
BIO 142Foundations: Organismal Biology 4,6,7,9 2,4,6,8 2,4,6
BIO 209Plant Morphology 2 1 1
BIO 230Conservation Biology 6 6 6
BIO 254Ornithology   9  
BIO 308Invertebrate Zoology   5  
BIO 312Vertebrate Zoology     9
BIO 320Iowa Plant Communities 1 1 1
BIO 321Ecology 1,2 1,2 1,2
BIO 332Plant Systematics 9   9
BIO 334Animal Behavior 8 8 8
BIO 337Entomology   1  
BIO 485Biological Problems   5,7,8,9  
CHE 121Chemical Principles I 3,4,8 3,4,8 3,4,8
CHE 122Chemical Principles II 4,9 4,9 4,9
CHE 161Accelerated General Chemistry 3 3 3
CHE 202Analytical Chemistry 5 5 5
CHE 225Organic Chemistry I Lecture 1,2,5 1,2,5 1,2,5
CHE 326Organic Chemistry II Lecture 4,6 4,6 4,6
CHE 327Organic Chemistry Lab 7 7 7
CHE 333Advanced Analytical Chemistry 2    
ECB 102Microeconomics 1,6,8 1,4,8 1,6,8
ECB 223International Economics 2 2 2
ECB 263Multinational Corporation in Central America   9  
ECB 325Economics of Environment and Conservation Seminar 7 7  
EDU 380Environmental Outdoor Education Internship (in Wisconsin) 6 6 6
ENG 350American Nature Writers 9 9 9
GEO 105Marine Science 6 5 5
GEO 111Physical Geology 2,7,9 3,7,8 3,7
GEO 114Investigations in Geology 1 1 1
GEO 215Structural Geology I 7 1 1
GEO 217Paleontology 2 1 2
GEO 220Resources and Land Use   9  
GEO 255Modern and Ancient Carbonate Systems of the Bahamas (in the Bahamas) 7 6 6
GEO 317Paleoecology   8  
GEO 324Sedimentology and Stratigraphy   2  
GEO 331Environmental Geology 8 9 9
GEO 332Hydrogeology 1   2
PHI 202Ethics 1,8 1,6 1,9
PHI 224Environmental Ethics 3   6
PHY 228Energy Alternatives 3    
POL 240Security at Sea 3   3
POL 262American Politics 4,6 2,3 4,6
POL 346Political Economy of Developing Countries 7    
POL 349International Political Economy 9 9 9
POL 367Urban Politics   6  
POL 368Environmental Politics 9 9 9
SOC 313Urban Community 8   8

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