ENST 100 - Introduction to Environmental Studies Fall '16 - Bucknell University
A survey of environmental issues intended for non-majors. Students will understand the cultural, political, historical, economic and ethical complexities of environmental problems and their responses. Intended for first-year students and sophomores. Does not count toward either the Environmental Studies or Environmental Science major.
Env 106L Exploring the Earth (lab) Spring '14, Fall '15, Spring '15 - St. Joseph's University
Workshop Instructor: Integration of Climate Studies in Science Education and STEM Courses
Workshop for educators hosted by the MADE-CLEAR grant and Delaware State University Faculty Training
UNIV 200 - Integrated Perspectives Course: Climate Change Science and Society Spring '17 - Bucknell University
Climate change is real. It will have broad, societal, economic, and environmental impacts. Climate change will fundamentally shape your lives and future. So are we f-ed? What can we do about this pickle? In order to understand this complex socio-scientific issue, we must and will explore it together in cross-disciplinary ways. Let’s find the scientific, psychological, political and ethical tools to both comprehend and act, to help you inspire change, and to be part of the path forward.
Bio 165L Exploring the Living World (lab) Fall '15 - St. Joseph's University
Studentsinthiscoursewilllearnaboutthescientificworld view and experience the methods of science in
the context of thelifesciences.Thiscourseisdesignedforstudentsnot planning to major in science. The course
includes a survey of plantandanimallife,anoverviewofbioenergetics,and selectedtopicsingeneticsandevolutionarybiology.
Talking Beyond the Choir Workshop provides methods and techniques for talking with people about environmental and climate issues. Through role plays, exercises and discussions based on the latest research in how to effectively frame these issues, we will explore how to talk with people who hold very different opinions. This is a very hands-on workshop in which you will explore your own reactions and develop some practical ways to “talkbeyond the choir.”