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Fall 2016 – University Seminars

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USNA211 – Einstein, Space and Time. MW 12:45PM – 2:00PM. Sears 372. Jeffrey Kriessler

USNA226 – Evolution of Human Behavior. TR 8:30AM – 9:45AM. Nord Hall 212. Marianne Reeves

USNA247 – Epidemics in Human History. TR 4:00PM – 5:15PM. Wood Research Tower 300. Michael Maguire

USNA249 – Restoring the Great Lakes: Opportunities and Challenges. MW 5:30PM – 6:45PM. Bingham 204.
Glenn Odenbrett

USNA287E – Evolution and the Modern World. TR 2:30PM – 3:45PM. Dental School DO3140. Bruce Latimer

USNA287G – Genes, Genomes and Society. TR 1:00PM – 2:15PM. Biomed Research Bldg 732. Helen Salz

USNA287H – Plants in Medicine. MWF 10:35AM – 11:25AM. Allen Zverina Room. Erika Olbricht

USNA287P – Women and Science: Changing Paradigms. MW 3:20PM – 4:35PM. Sears 372. Barbara Burgess-Van Aken

USNA287S – Society and Natural Resources. MW 4:50PM – 6:05PM. Crawford Hall 111. Scott Hardy

USNA287V – People with Tails & Hollow Women: Defining Human Diversity in the Ancient & Medieval World. MWF 11:40AM – 12:30PM. Haydn Hall 207. Lisa Nielson

USNA288I – Beyond Silicon Valley: Growing Entrepreneurship in Transitioning Economies. TR 11:30AM – 12:45PM. Mather Memorial 125. Michael Goldberg

USNA288J – Sustainable Energy: Resources, Technologies and Impact. MW 12:45PM – 2:00PM. White Building 324. Alexis Abramson

USNA288K – Burn, Baby, Burn! MWF 9:30AM – 10:20AM. Kent Hale Smith 119. David Schiraldi

USNA288M – Spirits and Synapses. TR 10:00AM – 11:15AM. Sears 372. Michael Decker

USSO203 – Law in Literature. TR 10:00AM – 11:15AM. Clark Hall 104. Laura Tartakoff

USSO286L – Exploring Non-Profit Organizations. TR 8:30AM – 9:45AM. Peter B Lewis 121. Barbara Clemenson

USSO286V-100 – Management of Chronic Illness in a Cultural Context. MW 12:45PM – 2:00PM. NOA 060. Amy Zhang

USSO286V-101 – Management of Chronic Illness in a Cultural Context. MW 2:15PM – 3:30PM. NOA 060. Amy Zhang

USSO287E – Clash of the Titans: Economic, Industrial and Social Trends for the 21st Century. TR 11:30AM – 12:45PM. Kent Hale Smith 123. Joao Maia

USSO287P – Technology and Social Change. TR 1:00PM – 2:15PM. Thwing 302. Gary Deimling

USSO287V – The Public and the Past: History in the Marketplace. TR 1:00PM – 2:15PM. Crawford Hall 11A. John Grabowski

USSO289C – Ethics For The Real World: Developing a Code of Ethics to Guide Decisions in Work and Life. TR 10:00AM – 11:15AM. Peter B Lewis 220. Susan Case

USSO289H – The Meaning of Difference: Constructions of Diversity in American Culture. MW 12:45PM – 2:00PM. Sears 354. Marilyn Mobley

USSO289P – Polar Regions in History. MWF 10:35AM – 11:25AM. Mather Memorial 125. Elizabeth Todd.

USSO290M – The Impact of Race, Class and Education: A Dialogue on Current Issues. MW 3:20PM – 4:35PM. Crawford Hall 111. Benjamin Sperry

USSO290N – Perspectives on Dying and Death: Normalizing the Inevitable. TR 2:30PM – 3:45PM. NOA 260. Maryjo Prince-Paul

USSO290U – Fashion and Power: The Politics of Dress in American History. TR 11:30AM – 12:45PM. Thwing 302. Einav Rabinovitch-Fox

USSO290W – Understanding Body Image. TR 4:00PM – 5:15PM. Sears 350. Hannah Barna

USSO290Y – Shrinking the World: Ham Radio and Distance Communication. MWF 11:40AM – 12:30PM. Olin 314. David Kazdan

USSO290Z – Soccer: The Global Game. MW 4:50PM – 6:05PM. Guilford House 301. Florin Berindeanu

USSO291A – The Grand Budapest Hotel: Wes Anderson and the World of Yesterday in Central and Eastern Europe. MW 3:20PM – 4:35PM. Clark Hall 302. Jay Geller

USSO291C – Introduction to the History of the Ancient Near East. MWF 10:35AM – 11:25AM. Crawford Hall 09A. Madellena Rumor

USSO291D – Women in Antiquity. TR 10:00AM – 11:15AM. Mather House 2. Rachel Sternberg

USSY211 – Beethoven and the Age of Revolution. TR 11:30AM – 12:45PM. Thwing 101. Brian MacGilvray

USSY227 – Travel Writing on Screen. TR 2:30PM – 3:45PM. Kelvin Smith Library LL06BC. Linda Ehrlich

USSY249 – Paris: From Revolution to Globalization. MW 3:20PM – 4:35PM. Clark Hall 205. Miriam Levin

USSY280 – Passport to Eastern Europe. MWF 11:40AM – 12:30PM. Sears 350. Narcisz Fejes

USSY286U – Puzzled. MWF 9:30AM – 10:20AM. Bingham 204. Bernard Jim

USSY288R – Cultural and Ethical Issues in American-Chinese Business Relations. TR 11:30AM – 12:45PM. Peter B Lewis 121. Steven Feldman

USSY289Y – Reading and Writing Biography. MWF 10:35AM – 11:25AM. Crawford Hall 111. Bradley Ricca

USSY290U – Poetry for People Who Hate Poetry. TR 10:00AM – 11:15AM. Clark Hall 302. David Lucas

USSY291Q – P.R., Spin, and Inventing Reality. MW 4:50PM – 6:05PM. Sears 350. William Doll

USSY292C – The Moral Suspicion of Money. TR 4:00PM – 5:15PM. Mather Memorial 225. Kevin Houser

USSY292I – The Cinema of Otherness. MW 12:45PM – 2:00PM. Nord Hall 212. Terri Mester

USSY292K – 21st Century American Theater. TR 1:00PM – 2:15PM. Clark Hall 308. David Vegh

USSY292L – Walking and the Mind. MW 12:45PM – 2:00PM. Sears 541. Annie Pecastaings

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