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Environmental Studies Minor

Department of Appalachian Studies

Summer 

SUMMER 2017

APST/HIST 3510 Coal Mining in Appalachia: History and Current Issues

Pre-Summer -- May 15-June 2

TW 9am-12pm in the classroom; Thursdays 9am-3pm field trips

Dr. Ted Olson, instructor: olson@etsu.edu  

 

ENGL 4956/5956 Footfalls and Excursions: Walking, Literature, and Landscape

Pre-Summer -- May 15-June 2

MWF 9am-1:30pm

This special topics English course counts towards the Env Studies minor as a Humanities/Social Sciences course.  Dr. Scott Honeycutt, instructor: honeycut@etsu.edu

 

BIOL 4247 Appalachian Flora

Pre-Summer -- May 15-June 2

MTWRF, 10am-3pm

(prerequisites: BIOL 1110/11, BIOL 1120/21, BIOL 1130/31 or equivalent; or permission of instructor. Contact instructor Jamie Donaldson: donaldsj@etsu.edu)

 

ENVH 3040 Environmental Sanitation

Pre-summer and summer I, May 15-July 7

Summer term I -- Jun 6-July 8, online. 

Dr. Silver, instructor: silver@etsu.edu

 

BIOL 1010 Biology for Non-majors I

Various lecture and lab sections offered. See schedule of classes.

 

BIOL 1110 Biology for Science Majors I

Various lecture and lab sections offered. See schedule of classes.

 

Fall 

FALL 2017

 

ENVS 2010 Environment in Appalachia

TR 11:15am-12:35pm, Dr. Rebecca Adkins Fletcher, instructor

 

BIOL 3350 Ecology

TR 12:45- 3:40 pm, Dr. Alsop, instructor

     note: Because the department of Biology has a special procedure for registering students, you will need to contact a departmental advisor to register. Contact either Dr. Len Robertson (robertjl@etsu.edu 439-4228) or Dr. Hugh Miller (millerh@etsu.edu 439-6922).

 

ENGL 3040 Literary Nonfiction (environmental emphasis)

T 4-6:50pm, Dr. O'Donnell, instructor

 

ENVH 3010 Human Ecology

TR 11:15am-12:35pm, Dr. Ying Li, instructor

 

MGMT 4657 Strategic Environmental Management in Business

TR 12:45-2:05pm, Dr. E. Stead, instructor

 

SCED 4020 Wildlife Conservation

sec. 1 - TR 8:15-9:35am and sec. 2 - TR 9:45-11:05am, Alan Redmond, instructor

 

CDST 4017 Ecofeminism: Nature, Gender, Culture

TR 12:45-2:05pm

Dr. Jill Leroy-Frasier, instructor

 

BIOL 1010 Biology for Non-majors I

Various lecture and lab sections offered. See schedule of classes.

 

BIOL 1110 Biology for Science Majors I

Various lecture and lab sections offered. See schedule of classes.

Winter/Spring

Winter/ Spring 2018 

Required Courses: 

ENVS 2010 Environment in Appalachia 
TR 12:45-2:05pm - Fletcher 

ENVS 4950-001 Integrative Seminar in Environmental Studies
MW 10:25-11:20am 

A. Humanities/ Social Sciences Survey Courses

ENGL 3050 Literature and the Environment
MW 1:40-3pm - O'Donnell 

HIST 3801 Environmental History 
TR 2:15-3:35pm 

B. Applied Environmental Studies Courses

BIOL 3350 Ecology 
TR 12:45-3:45pm - Alsop 

SALM 3110 Interpretation of Cultural and Natural Resources
TR 11:15am-12:35pm - Davis 

SCED 4020 Wildlife Conservation
TR 8:15-9:35am - Redmond

C. Special Interest Courses 

ENVH 3010 Human Ecology 
TR 11:15am-12:35pm - TBA  

ENVH 3040 Environmental Sanitation
MWF 10:25-11:20am - Gilfillan 

ENVH 3400-001 Introduction to Air Pollution
MWF 8:15-9:10am - Metts 

ENVH 4000-001 Public Health Law
TR 11:15am-12:35pm - Silver 

GEOL 3481 Natural Hazards & Society 
TR 11:15am-12:35pm - Gregg 

PHIL 3063 The Political Turn in Animal Ethics
MWF 9:20-10:15am - Allen 

SALM 3130 Natural Resource Management 
TR 9:45-11:05am - Davis 

 

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