Fall 2016 Courses

Arts

ARTS 611
Monday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
Basic Drawing: The Still Life
Waite,Peter

This basic foundation drawing course will focus on the still life as subject matter. All are welcome, from the most experienced; those who love to draw; to the beginners who think they never could,... more


ARTS 612
Tuesday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
Introduction to Digital Art and Design
Chenier,Christopher James

This course introduces students to digital art and design: interdisciplinary modes of creative production concerned with the use of and engagement with computers, software, new media, and the web in... more


ARTS 664
Wednesday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
American Photography and the Social Conscience
McCombie,Mel

"The camera never lies," but it certainly can persuade. From its inception, photography has been enlisted in the cause of social change throughout the United States. During the Civil War, images... more


Humanities

HUMS 607
Wednesday
06:00PM - 08:30PM
From Reader to Writer: A Fiction Workshop
Basch,Rachel N.

"There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you." -- Maya Angelou Throughout the semester we will read a variety of short fiction, paying special attention to the elements of... more


HUMS 627
Monday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
Story and Structure
Greene,Anne F.

This is a course for those who want to write with greater facility and with increased attention to the design of each piece. Students may choose to focus on narrative essays, memoir, or fiction.... more


Sciences

SCIE 608
Note: Special Schedule
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Cancelled
Forest Ecology
Poulos,Helen Mills

Ecology, the study of the interactions of organisms and their environment, forms the essential foundation of the management and conservation of the world's ecosystems. This course examines... more


SCIE 619
Note: Special Schedule
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Cancelled
Biology of Mammals
Hammerson,Geoffrey

This course investigates the biology of non-marine mammals and focuses on those inhabiting northeastern North America. We examine the lives of familiar mammals such as bears, coyotes, and moose, as... more


Social Sciences

SOCS 607
Note: Special Schedule
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Culture and Learning: Applying Social Sciences within Education
Simms,Jason

In recent years, education at all levels globally has been experiencing several paradigm shifts. Increasingly, educational institutions and policies reflect a Western approach, representing a "sea... more


SOCS 634
Thursday
06:00PM - 08:30PM
Fully Enrolled
The Advent of the Global Village: Globalization in the Modern World System
Gallarotti,Giulio

Globalization is considered by many to be the most powerful transformative force in the modern world system. Modernization and technology have effectively made the world a smaller place with respect... more


SOCS 649
Tuesday
07:00PM - 09:30PM
Farming in America
Williams,Amrys O.

From the Whiskey Rebellion to the Farm Bill, populism to contemporary food politics, farming and rural life have figured prominently in U.S. cultural, political, and economic discourse. However,... more


SOCS 649W
Tuesday
07:00PM - 09:30PM
Fully Enrolled
Farming in America - Foundation Option
Williams,Amrys O.

Farming in America - Foundation Option... more


SOCS 664
Wednesday
06:30PM - 09:00PM
American Photography and the Social Conscience
McCombie,Mel

"The camera never lies," but it certainly can persuade. From its inception, photography has been enlisted in the cause of social change throughout the United States. During the Civil War, images... more