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Description of CourseInstructor(s)Course Designator(s) Typically UsedTerm(s) OfferedCredits offeredPreferred Year of StudentPre- RequisitesApproximate Number of Hrs/WkCapacity of Course
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Defining Empathy & clarifying its role in HealthcareAaron KostkoXXX 3393Fall 201412nd year or above1-21-2
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Individual and Group Learning in zebrafishAndrew Petzold and Robert DunbarXXX 1393/3393Fall and Spring1-31st year or above for 1393, 2nd year or above for 33xxn/a1-25-6 for all
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Independent teaching and learning (educational) research projects involving visual literacy and 3D physical and virtual models in (bio)chemistry Cassidy TerrellXXX 3393Spring 2015, Fall 201533rd year or aboveAt least one 3xxx level bio. or chem course (Ideally biochem)1-28
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Develop computer based skills relevant to molecular modelingCassidy Terrell and Kelsey MetzgerXXX 3393Fall 201522nd year or above
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Improve Spanish Speaking skills & community involvementGemma PuntiXXX 3393Fall 201412nd year or aboveAt least intermediate level of Spanish2hours1- 4
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Prepare for Global Brigades in Nicaragua by developing Spanish skillsGemma PuntiXXX 3393Spring 201512nd year or aboveheritage Spanish speakers or highly proficient Spanish speakers who want to lead the Global brigades trip.2 hours1-2
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Increase credible writing with academic & professional audience in mindGinny Wright-
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Reading & Writing Assignments centered around Veteran’s topicsGinny Wright-
Peterson
XXX 1393Spring 201411st year or above
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Writing Workshop - Enhance Critical Reading and Writing Skills.Ginny Wright-
Peterson
XXX 1393Spring 201411st year or above
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Apply and Evaluate key philosophical terms, concepts and theories correctlyGinny Wright-
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Study Medical humanitarian assistance in the U.S. and abroadJames FordXXX 3393Spring 201522nd year or above
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Understand anxiety disorder and the variety of treatments availableJames WinchipXXX 1393Spring 201511st year or above
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Biological research and presentation at Research SymposiumKelsey MetzgerXXX 1393Spring 201511st year or above
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Participate in field biology research to obtain avian buccal swab samples Kelsey MetzgerXXX 3393 12nd year or above
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Conduct research on student learning and perceptions (e.g. student motivation, student self-regulation, student acceptance of the theory of evolution, student academic workload, etc)Kelsey MetzgerXXX 3393 12nd year or above
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Investigate the evolution of sex determining mechanisms and sex chromosomesKelsey MetzgerXXX 3393Spring 201512nd year or above
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Investigate the roles of homeobox genes in human developmentKelsey MetzgerXXX 3393Spring 201512nd year or above
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Research Methods identifying biological agents in water along with specific chemicals that impact human beingsKelsey MetzgerXXX 1393Spring 201511st year or above
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Practice identifying biological research questions, literature and research methodsKelsey MetzgerXXX 1393Spring 201511st year or above
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Gain a better understanding of chemokine receptors & their viral interactionsKelsey MetzgerXXX 3393Spring 201522nd year or above
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Familiarity with genetic disorders, treatments and therapies Kelsey MetzgerXXX 3393Spring 201512nd year or above
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Practice identifying biological research questions, appropriate research literature & methods. Practice scientific writingKelsey MetzgerXXX 1393Spring 201511st year or above
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Understanding how institutional racism in medicine towards African American women has caused health disparities over timeMarcia NicholsXXX 3393Fall 201412nd year or above
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The 18th Century NovelMarcia NicholsXXX 3393Fall2011, Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013
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Michel Foucault's theoriesMarcia NicholsXXX 3393Fall 2012
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Masculinity TheoryMarcia NicholsXXX 3393Fall 2013, Spring 2014
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Children’s Literature - utility in a healthcare settingMarcia NicholsXXX 3393Fall 201422nd year or above
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Women's health and healthcare disparitiesMarcia Nichols3393spring 20181-3
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qualitiative study in women's health/body perceptionMarcia Nichols3303Fall 2018/spring20191-3jr/sr
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Research in empirical Bioethics of causes & perceptions of addictionMolly DingelXXX 3393Fall and Spring32nd year or above; Preferred as a capstone.
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Addiction in the MediaMolly DingelXXX 3393Fall and Spring1-3Junior or Senior only
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Social MovementsMolly DingelXXX 3393Fall and Spring22nd year or above
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Study Diverse set of scholarly articles focusing on concepts & methodologies of chemical analysisPeter LarsenXXX 3393Spring 201512nd year or above
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Mapping learning and memory with EEGRobert DunbarXXX 1393/3393Fall and Spring1-31st year or above for 1393, 2nd year or above for 33xxn/a1-25-6 for all
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Individual and Group Learning in zebrafishRobert Dunbar and Andrew PetzoldXXX 1393/3393Fall and Spring1-31st year or above for 1393, 2nd year or above for 33xxn/a1-25-6 for all
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Obtain better understanding of analytical chemistry specifically methods used in hydrology system management.Victoria Bampoh - Peter LarsenXXX 3393Fall 201512nd year or above
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Learn basic web programming & web design to develop basic web materials to teach chemistryXavier Prat-ResinaXXX 1393Spring 201511st year or above for 1393, 2nd year or above for 3393n/a1-21-2 for all
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Informal Science Education Initiatives in PhysiologyAndrew PetzoldBIOL 1393Whenever1Above 2nd yearA&P1-35 total
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Philosophy of Psychiatry/MedicineAaron KostkoXXX 3393Whenever1-32nd year of above1-3<5
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Biomedical Applications of PhysicsBijaya AryalXXX 3393Fall 20172Junior or Senior onlyPhysics I
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The role of "weak" intermolecular forces in molecular Dynamics: A computational modeling approachXavier Prat-Resina and Peter LarsenFall and Spring1Second semester sophomore and aboveGen Chem I
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Developing & applying public health initiatives: EcoliteracySCHOOLJessie Barnett & Kristin Osiecki1393Fall22nd year and abovePUBH2561
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Developing & applying public health initiatives: EcoliteracySCHOOLJessie Barnett & Kristin Osiecki3393Fall 23rd year and abovePUBH25611
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Introduction to Scientific WritingJen Wacek3393Fall 20171-32nd year and aboveWriting Studio I & 21-21-4
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Creative writing for the Acute Psychiatric Unit for Children & Adolescent
Yuko TaniguchiWRIT 3393Spring 20181-3Capstone students only2-31-4
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LogicJake WrightSpring 201532nd year and aboveA 1000-level PHIL course3
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Game TheoryJake WrightPHIL 3993Spring 201732nd year and above3
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Biological research and presentation at Research SymposiumRachel OlsonBIOL 4312Fall 2016, 201844th year612
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Directed study - (grant writing and submission)Rachel Olson1-2
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Modal LogicBrian MondyPHIL 3393Fall 201632nd year and aboveIntroduction to Logic
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