Revised Courses

Faculty from across the University are working to integrate sustainability into their courses. The following is a list of courses that faculty who participated in the Chesapeake Project Workshop modified to include a sustainability component.

Agricultural Economics

AREC 455: Economics of Land Use (David Newburn, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

American Studies

AMST 340: Introduction to Theories and Methods in American Studies (Mary Sies, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

AMST 450: Senior Seminar in American Studies (Psyche Williams-Forson, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

AMST 498B: Special Topics in American Studies: Fashion and Consumer Culture in the U.S. (Jo Paoletti, 2011) - Description, Syllabus 

AMST 628D: Feminist Cultural Criticism of Diasporic Texts (Psyche Williams-Forson, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

Animal Science

ANSC 489R/688J: Zoonotic Infection and Control (Debabrata Biswas, 2013) - Description, Syllabus

ANSC 660: Advanced Animal Biotechnology: Perspectives from Current Literature (Bhanu Telugu, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

Anthropology

ANTH 220: Introduction to Biological Anthropology (Jen Shaffer, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

ANTH 266: Culture and Climate Change (Jen Shaffer, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

ANTH 322: Method and Theory in Ecological Anthropology (Sean Downey, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

Applied Agriculture

INAG 100: Introduction to Plant Science (Ken Ingram, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

INAG 110: Oral Communication (JoEllen Barnhart, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

INAG 111: Written Communication (Glori Hyman, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

INAG 203: Agricultural Finance (Larisa Cioaca, 2016) - Description, Syllabus

Architecture

ARCH 170: Introduction to the Built Environment (Luis Diego Quiros, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

ARCH 170: Introduction to the Built Environment (Ronit Eisenbach, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

ARCH 270: Design in Practice (Madlen Simon, 2013) - Description 

ARCH 271: People, Planet, and Profit: Building Sustainable Places (Heidi Bulich, 2016) - Description, Syllabus

ARCH 401: Design Studio II (Jason Winters, 2012) - Description, Syllabus 

ARCH 405: Graduate Architecture Studio II (Hooman Koliji, 2013) - Description, Syllabus

ARCH 461: Topics in Sustainable Design (Carl Bovill, 2010) - Syllabus

ARCH 478K/678K: Building Scandinavia: Craft & Culture (Peter Noonan, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

ARCH 673: Building Culture (Amy Gardner, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

Art History

ARTH 360: History of American Art To 1876 (Renee Ater, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

ARTH 389G: Symbols and Symbolic Language in the Visual Arts (Anthony Colantuono, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

ARTH 758: Nature, Culture, and the Environment: American Landscape and Painting, 1825-1875 (Renee Ater, 2009) - Syllabus

Art

ARTT 340: Printmaking: Intaglio (Margo Humphrey, 2009) - Description

ARTT 458: Advanced Graphic Design (Ruth Lozner, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

Biology

BIOE 120: Biology for Engineers (Idalis Villanueva, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

BIOL 760: Plant Population Biology (Michele Dudash, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

BSCI 106: Principles of Biology II (Alexa Bely, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

BSCI 106: Principles of Biology II (Francisca Saavedra, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

BSCI 106: Principles of Biology II (Jeff Jensen, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

BSCI 106: Principles of Biology II (Marcia Shofner, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

BSCI 124: Plant Biology for Non-Science Students (Edgar Moctezuma, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

BSCI 160: Principles of Biology II - Ecology & Evolution (Leo Shapiro, 2016) - Description, Syllabus

BSCI 279B: Strategies for Success in Chemical and Life Sciences (Marcia Shofner, 2009) - Description

BSCI 279P: Undergraduate Teaching Fellows Professional Development Seminar (Marcia Shofner, 2009) - Description

BSCI 330: Cell Biology and Physiology (June Kwak, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

BSCI 338B: Marine Biology (Marjorie Reaka, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

BSCI 363: Conservation Biology (Keryn Gedan, 2013) - Description, Syllabus

BSCI 398H: Marine Biology Honors (Marjorie Reaka, 2010) - Description

BSCI 410: Molecular Genetics (Boots Quimby, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

BSCI 467: Freshwater Biology (William Lamp, 2013) - Description, Syllabus

BSCI 497: Insect Pests of Ornamentals and Turfgrass (Paula Shrewsbury, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

Business

BMGT 301: Introduction to Information Systems (Zeinab Karake, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

BMGT 350H: Marketing Principles and Organization (Roxanne Lefkoff, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

BMGT 352: Customer Centric Innovation (Yogesh Joshi, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

BMGT 360: Corporate Social Responsibility and Human Resource Management (Lora Spina) - Description, Syllabus

BMGT 385: Operation Management (Kazim Ruhi, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

BMGT 495: Business Policies (Rhonda Reger, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

BMGT 496: Business Ethics and Society (Brian Nelson, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

BUMO 758K: Management Consulting (Ken Gabriel, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

BUSI 758M: Sustainability and Green Business (Danielle Wang, 2011) - Description

Comparative Literature

CMLT 298: American Indians in Literature and Film: Perspectives North and South (Regina Harrison, 2009) - Description, Syllabus 

Communication

COMM 107: Oral Communication: Principles and Practices (Julio Bermejo, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

COMM 426: Conflict Management (Lauren Edelstein, 2013) - Description, Syllabus

COMM 458P: Seminar in Political Communication: Political Discourse, the Environment, & Sustainability (Trevor Parry-Giles, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

COMM 498P: Producing Digital Media from Funding to Finish (Adam Nixon, 2016)-Description, Syllabus 

College Park Scholars

CPET 100: ETE Colloquium I: Environment, Technology & Economy (Becky Archer, 2016) Description, Syllabus

CPSP 218L: College Park Scholars Program in Life Sciences (Michele Dudash, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

CPSS 101: College Park Scholars Program in Science, Technology and Society (David Tomblin, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

Criminology and Criminal Justice

CCJS 325: Slavery in the Twenty First Century (Christine White, 2016) - Description, Syllabus

CCJS 330: Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice (Brendan Dooley, 2012) -Description, Syllabus

Dance

DANC 370: Kinesiology for Dancers (Sharon Mansur, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

DANC 488: Dance, Ritual, and the Everyday (Miriam Phillips, 2015) - DescriptionSyllabus

Economics

ECON 401: Current Issues in American Economic Policy (Erin Moody, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

Education

EDCI 322: Curriculum and Instruction in Elementary Education: Social Studies (Lisa Eaker, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

EDCI 372: Curriculum and Instruction in Elementary Education: Science (J. Randy McGinnis, 2013) - Description, Syllabus

EDCI 406: Technology and Two Dimensional Art (Margaret Walker, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

EDCI 470: Learning and Teaching in Science (Stacy Pritchett, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

EDCI 481: Student Teaching: Elementary (Debbie Lewin, 2012) - Description

EDCP 220: Introduction to Human Diversity in Social Institutions (Jess Belue Buckley, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

EDHI 448E: Ecological Ethics and Education (Jing Lin, 2016) - Description, Syllabus

EDSP 451/652: Elementary Special Education (Susan De La Paz, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

EDSP 451/652: Elementary Special Education (Kelly Worland, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

EDSP 476: Communicating with Sign Language (Michael Dunham, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

HESI 217: Introduction to Student Leadership (Steve Young, 2016) - Description, Syllabus

Engineering

CHBE 486/ ENCH 686: Heterogeneous Catalysis for Energy Applications (Dongxia Liu, 2013) - Description, Syllabus

ENAE 672: Unsteady and Inviscid Aerodynamics (Anya Jones, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

ENCE 100: Introduction to Civil & Environmental Engineering (Kaye Brubaker, 2016) - Description and Syllabus

ENCE 215: Engineering for Sustainability (Alba Torrents, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

ENCE 215: Engineering for Sustainability (Natasha Andrade, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

ENCE 604: Sustainability for Project Managers (Neil Schulman, 2013) - Description, Syllabus

ENCE 411: Environmental Engineering Science (Natasha Andrade and Alba Torrents, 2010) - Syllabus and Lab Modifications

ENCE 637: Biological Principles of Environmental Engineering (Birthe Kjellerup, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

ENCH 446: Process Economics and Design II (Sheryl Ehrman, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

ENEE 498R: Special Topics in Renewable Energy (Alireza Khaligh, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

ENES 100: Introduction to Engineering Design (Sheryl Ehrman, 2011) - Description

ENES 100: Introduction to Engineering Design (Nick Wagman, 2013) - Description, Syllabus

ENES 100: Introduction to Engineering Design (Ayush Gupta, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

ENMA 300: Introduction to Engineering Materials (Patrick McCluskey 2012) - Description, Syllabus

ENMA 698N: Nanotechnology for Energy: Principles, Materials, and Devices (Liangbing Hu, 2012) - Description and Syllabus

ENME 454: Vehicle Dynamics (Vincent Nguyen, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

English

CHIN 213: Chinese Poetry Into English: An Introduction (Andrew Schonebaum, 2013) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 101: Introduction to Academic Writing (Linda Macri, 2009) - Description

ENGL 101: Introduction to Academic Writing (Kirk Greenwood, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 101H: Introduction to Academic Writing (Catherine Bayly, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 101X: Introduction to Academic Writing (Alexa Landrus, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 245: Film Form and Culture (Oliver Gaycken, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 289: Literary Maryland (Randy Ontiveros, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 348: Science Fiction by Women (Jane Donawerth, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 390: Science Writing (Marybeth Shea, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 391: Advanced Composition (Melanie Faith, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 393: Technical Writing (Amanda Olson, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 393: Technical Writing (Marybeth Shea, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 393: Technical Writing (Richie Crider, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 393: Technical Writing (Zahara Heckscher, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 393: Technical Writing (Paul Haynos, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 395: Writing for the Health Professions (Rosser Matthews, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 395: Writing for the Health Professions (Scott Wible, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 398B: Writing for Social Entrepreneurship (Amy Kincaid, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

ENGL 398V: Writing about the Environment (Marybeth Shea, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

Environmental Science

ENSP 101 and 101U: Environmental Science (Bruce James, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

ENSP 330: Introduction to Environmental Law (Joanna Goger, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

ENSP 400: Capstone for Environmental Science and Policy Majors (Bruce James, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

ENSP 440: Crops, Soils, and Civilization (Bruce James, 2009) - Description

ENST 233: Introduction to Environmental Health (Lance Yonkos, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

ENST 360: Sustainability in Ecosystem Ecology (Peter May, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

ENST 422/622: Soil Biochemistry and Microbial Ecology & Advanced Soil (Stephanie Yarwood, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

ENST 461: Urban Wildlife Management (Shannon Pederson, 2016) - Description, Syllabus 

ENST 489Z: Water Management in Urban Environments (Masoud Negahban-Azar, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

Environmental Health                                                                                                                                                  

MIEH 300: Introduction to Environmental Public Health (Devon Payne-Sturges, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

MIEH 300: Introduction to Environmental Public Health (Ruth Long, 2010) - Description

MIEH 498A: Introduction to Environmental Health (Betty Dabney, 2009) - Syllabus(sustainability content highlighted in red)

MIEH 600: Foundations of Environmental Health (Betty Dabney, 2009) - Syllabus(sustainability content highlighted in red)

Epidemiology

EPIB 301: Epidemiology for Public Health Practice (Natalie Slopen, 2016) - Description, Syllabus

Extension

Your Financial Check-up Outline (Vanessa Bright, 2014) - Description

Workshop: Woodland Gardening (Lyle Almond, 2015) - Description and Syllabus

Family Science

FMSC 381: Families, Poverty, and Affluence (Kevin Roy, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

Federal Semester

UNIV 348E: Energy and Environmental Policy (Ed Fendley and Tom Carter, 2013) - Description, Syllabus

FIRE: First-Year Innovation and Research Experience

FIRE 151: Sustainability Analytics (Ian Page, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

FIRE 152: Environmental Pathogens Research Stream (Jennifer German, 2016) - Description, Syllabus

French

FREN 389: Critical Writing on France and the French-Speaking World; Animals and Literary Zoos (Sarah Benharrech, 2016) - Description, Syllabus

Geography

GEOG 498S: Sustainability and the City: Washington D.C.'s Green Landscape (Rachel Berndtson, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

GEOG 615: Land Cover - Land Use Change (Evan Ellicott, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

GEOG 654: GIS and Spatial Modeling (Jonathan Resop, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

Geology

GEOL 100: Introduction to Physical Geology (Bill McDonough, 2010) - Syllabus

Global Communities

BSGC 101: Globalization (Virginia Haufler, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

Government and Politics

GVPT 273: Introduction to Environmental Politics (Jennifer Hadden, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

GVPT 306: Global Environmental Politics (Jennifer Hadden, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

GVPT 449: Seminar in Political Philosophy: Social Criticism (Ian Ward, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

Historic Preservation

HISP 200: The Everyday and the American Built Environment (B.D. Wortham-Galvin, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

History

HIST 141: Carbon: Element at the Center of History (Robert Friedel, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

HIST 205: Environmental History (Thomas Zeller, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

HIST 352: America in the Colonial Era, 1600-1763 (Miles Bradbury, 2016) - Description, Syllabus

HIST 408G: Environmental History of Eurasia (Sarah Cameron, 2013) - Description, Syllabus

Honors

HDCC 106: Introduction to Digital Cultures and Creativity (Krista Caballero, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

HONR 228B: Planning for Cities (Alex Chen, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

HONR 228M: Boomtowns (Sheryl Ehrman, 2011) - Description

HONR 289C: History of Evolutionary Thought (Michele Dudash, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

Information Management

INFM 600: Information Environments (Andrea Wiggins, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

INFM 718V: Organizational and Business Process Modeling (Vedat Diker, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

Japanese

JAPN 425: Atomic Bomb in Literature and Memory: Japan and the United States (Michele Mason, 2016) - Description, Syllabus

Journalism

JOUR 175: Media Literacy (Susan Moeller, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

JOUR 361: Television Reporting and Production (Josh Davidsburg, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

JOUR 362: Broadcast News Producing (Cindy Wright, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

JOUR 367/667: Captial News Service Broadcast Bureau (Sue Kopen Katcef, 2013) - Description, Syllabus

JOUR 452: Women in the Media (Carol Rogers, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

JOUR 504: Introduction to Multimedia Skills (Bethany Swain, 2013) - Description, Syllabus

Kinesiology

KNES 485: Sport and Globalization: Continuity and Change, Sameness and Difference (David Andrews, 2016) - Description, Syllabus

KNES 498A: Foundations of Public Health in Kinesiology (Shannon Jette, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

KNES 601: Epidemiology of Physical Activity (Jennifer Roberts, 2016) - Description, Syllabus

Landscape Architecture

LARC 151: Urban Agriculture: Designing and Assembling Edible Landscapes (Dennis Nola, 2016) - Description, Syllabus

LARC 160: Introduction to Landscape Architecture (Jack Sullivan, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

Nutrition and Food Science

NFSC 100: Elements of Nutrition (Nancy Brenowitz-Katz, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

NFSC 100: Elements of Nutrition (Wen-Hsing Cheng, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

Philosophy

PHIL 209C: Heated Debates: Philosophy and Climate Change (Mathias Frisch, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

PHIL 256: The Philosophy of Biology I (Erin Eaker, 2010) - Description, Syllabus

Physics

PHYS 100: Building Your Physics Tool Box (James Williams, 2014) - Description

PHYS 299B: Use the Physics Toolbox to Engage in the Research Process (James Williams, 2014) - Description

Plant Science

PLSC 303: International Crop Production (Kate Tully, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

PLSC 420: Principles of Plant Pathology (Yilmaz Balci, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

PLSC 452: Environmental Horticulture (Steven Cohan, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

PLSC 481: Vegetation Assessment and Analysis (Maile Neel, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

Portuguese

PORT 288I: Exploring the Mystery of Amazonia: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Environmental Issues (Regina Igel, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

Psychology

PSYC 445: Psychology of Video Games and Entertainment (Kent Norman, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

Public Affairs

PUAF 201: Leadership for the Common Good (Jennifer Littlefield, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

PUAF 300: Introduction to Sustainability (Robert Sprinkle, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

PUAF 650: Moral Dimensions of Public Policy (Robert Sprinkle, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

PUAF 688N: Development Diplomacy and Leadership (Pradeep Kapur, 2015) - Description

PUAF 699D: Disease, Disaster, and Development (Robert Sprinkle, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

PUAF 745: Human Health and Environmental Policy (Robert Sprinkle, 2012) - Description, Syllabus

Public Health

HLTH 200: Introduction to Research Methods in Community Health (Amelia Arria, 2016) - Description

HLTH 391: Principles of Community Health (Sharon Desmond, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

SESYNC: National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center

Socio-Environmental Synthesis and Sustainability Research (Matthew LaFevor, 2015) - Description, Syllabus

Statistics

STAT 430: Introduction to Statistical Computing with SAS (Alexey B. Stepanov, 2016) - Description, Syllabus 

Terrorism Studies

BSST 332: The Practice of Terrorism Studies (Kate Izsak, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

Theatre

THET 293: Black Theatre and Performance (Scot Reese, 2009) - Description, Syllabus

UNIV

UNIV 100: The Student in the University (James Williams, 2014) - Description

UNIV 104: Reading and Writing at the College Level (Peter Grybauskas, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

Urban Studies and Planning

URSP 688Z: Planning and Design in the Multicultural Metropolis (Willow Lung-Amam, 2014) - Description, Syllabus

Women's Studies

WMST 452: Women in the Media (Carol Rogers, 2011) - Description, Syllabus

WMST 498I: Asian American Women and Gender Integrating Theme: “From Environmental Justice to Environmental Racism” (Shuji Otsuka, 2012)- Description, Syllabus