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Fall 2017 – University Seminars

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USNA211 – Einstein Space and Time. Jeff Kriessler. TuTh 2:30 – 3:45

USNA226 – Evolution of human behavior. Marianne Reeves. TuTh 8:30 – 9:45

USNA247 – Epidemics in Human History. Michael Maguire. TuTh 5:30 – 6:45

USNA287C – Animals and Humans. Ron Oldfield. TuTh 10 – 11:15

USNA287G – Genes, Genomes and Society. Helen Salz. TuTh 1 – 2:15

USNA287H – Plants and Medicine. Erika Olbricht. MWF 9:30 – 10:20

USNA287P – Women and Science. Barbara Burgess VanAken. MW 3:20 – 4:35

USNA287S – Geography of Environmental Change. Scott Hardy. MW 4:50 – 6:05

USNA288I – Beyond Silicon Valley. Michael Goldberg. MW 3:20 – 4:35

USNA288R – Data Acquisition and the Internet of Things. Craig Virnelson. MW 8 – 9:15

USSO285I – Spectacle. Bernie Jim. MWF 9:30 – 10:20

USSO286L – Exploring Nonprofit Organizations. Barbara Clemenson. TuTh 2:30 – 3:45

USSO286V – Management of chronic disease. Amy Zhang. MW 3:20 – 4:35

USSO287E – 21st century power shifts. Joao Maia. TuTh 10 – 11:15

USSO287P – Technology and Social Change. Gary Deimling. TuTh 1 – 2:15

USSO288Y – The secret history of corporate America. Ted Steinberg. TuTh 2:30 – 3:45

USSO289C – Ethics for the real world. Susan Case. TuTh 1 – 2:15

USSO289V – To Everest and Back. Annie Pecastaings. MW 4:50 – 6:05

USSO290M – The Impact of Race, Class, and Education. Ben Sperry . MW 3:20 – 4:35

USSO290W – Body Image. Hannah Barna. TuTh 4 – 5:15

USSO290Y – Shrinking the World. David Kazdan. MW 12:45 – 2:00

USSY249 – Paris: From Revolution to Globalization. Miriam Levin. MW 12:45 – 2

USSY280 – Passport to Eastern Europe. Narcisz Fejes. TuTh 1 – 2:15

USSY288R – Cultural issues in Chinese business. Steve Feldman. TuTh 4 – 5:15

USSY289Y – Reading and Writing Biography. Brad Ricca. TuTh 10 – 11:15

USSY290O – Everyone’s A Critic. Chris Bohan. MWF 10:35 – 11:25

USSY290U – Poetry for People who hate Poetry. David Lucas. TuTh 11:30 – 12:45

USSY290U – Poetry for People who hate Poetry. David Lucas. TuTh 2:30 – 3:45

USSY291Q – PR, Spin and Inventing Reality. Bill Doll. MW 4:50 – 6:05

USSY292I – Cinema of Otherness. Terri Mester. MW 3:20 – 4:35

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