Friday, October 31, 2014

ENVIR Courses - Winter 2015

ENVIR 239 - Sustainability:  Personal Choices, Broad Impacts
Instructor:  Megan Horst, Program on the Environment
                        Kristi Straus, Program on the Environment
Days and Time:  MWF, 1:30-2:20pm
Credits:  3 (SLN 14185) or 5 (SLN 14186, requires additional 50 hours of service learning)
Answer questions such as:
·  What does sustainability mean?
·  How do you make sustainability choices in your everyday life?

ENVIR 439 - Attaining a Sustainable Society
Instructor: Elizabeth Wheat, Program on the Environment
Time and Days: 3:30-4:50pm MWF 
Credits:  3 - SLN 14208
Main Topics:
·  Identify major impediments to achieving a sustainable society
·  Choose from among one of four hopeful movements and explore how that movement is helping our society move toward a more sustainable future:  Food, Energy, Economics or Governance.

ENVIR 485 - Environmental Planning Permitting in Practice
Instructor: Todd Wildermuth, School of Law
Time and Days: 10:30am-12:20pm, T, Th
Credits: 5 - SLN 14212
Main Topics:
·  Advanced survey of applied environmental regulation for project managers or students from any major with an interest in environmental law, policy and planning. 

ENVIR 495 E - Grant Proposal Practicum
Instructor:  Frederica Helmiere, Program on the Environment
Time and Days: 2:30-5:20, W
Credits:  3 - SLN 14218
Main Topics:
·  Develop skills in grant-writing, project development and project management for projects targeting sustainability goals. 

ENVIR 495 F - Environmental Communication, Messaging and Outreach
Instructor: P. Sean McDonald, Program on the Environment
Time and Days:  3:30-4:20pm
Credits - 2 - SLN: 21099
Main Topics: 
·  This course will explore the variety of media and methods for conveying environmental information in the digital age. 

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