Schedules of Classes

Schedule for Fall 2021, Vancouver, SOE

  • 23 sections were found.
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Notes Sec Cls_Nbr Cr Days & Times Bldg & Room Dates Instructor Limit Enrolled
SOE 110 [BSCI] The Environment, Human Life, and Sustainability
C$ 01 12680 4 W,F12.05-13.20 VUB 225 Aug 23--Dec 10 M Berger 72 69
  Class meets in person on campus.
01 Lab 12681 0 TH7.45-10.25 VSCI 101 Aug 23--Dec 10 24 22
  Most lab meetings will be on campus except when determined not feasible by the instructor or state health regulations, in which case remote synchronous instruction or online/asynchronous work will be substituted. The instructor will provide more information.
02 Lab 12682 0 TH10.35-13.15 VSCI 101 Aug 23--Dec 10 24 24
  Most lab meetings will be on campus except when determined not feasible by the instructor or state health regulations, in which case remote synchronous instruction or online/asynchronous work will be substituted. The instructor will provide more information.
03 Lab 12683 0 TH13.30-16.10 VSCI 101 Aug 23--Dec 10 24 23
  Most lab meetings will be on campus except when determined not feasible by the instructor or state health regulations, in which case remote synchronous instruction or online/asynchronous work will be substituted. The instructor will provide more information
SOE 230 [PSCI] Introductory Oceanography
01 12818 3 TU,TH9.10-10.25 VUB 121 Aug 23--Dec 10 S Bollens 51 48
  Class meets in person on campus.
SOE 335 [M] Environmental Policy and Law
01 17504 3 TU,TH16.20-17.35 VECS 209 Aug 23--Dec 10 R Swenson 5 2
  Course meets via videoconference in an on-campus room.
SOE 390 Living on the Edge: Global Climate Change and Earth History
V 02 13095 3 ARRGT ARR ARR Aug 23--Dec 10 P Williams 7 5
  Online course offered through WSU Global Campus (not eligible for state employee tuition waiver).
  More Information
  Location: Distance Degree Programs
SOE 444 Environmental Assessment
© 01 12684 3 TU13.30-14.45 VC ARR Aug 23--Dec 10 D Thomas 10 8
  TH13.30-14.45 VECS 209 Aug 23--Dec 10  
  Class meets synchronously online on Tuesday and Thursday until further notice. The instructor will provide more information.
SOE 476 Biology and Ecology of Pacific Salmon
01 13151 3 TU,TH16.25-17.40 VC ARR Aug 23--Dec 10 J Mcintyre 7 6
  Class will be taught via Zoom at the designated times above.
  Location: Multiple Sites
SOE 477 [CAPS] Environmental Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management
V 01 18493 3 ARRGT ARR ARR Aug 23--Dec 10 K Whitman 5 1
  Online course offered through WSU Global Campus (not eligible for state employee tuition waiver). This course is a web-based course, and there is a virtual face to face component that will be determined by the students' schedules during the second week of class. Please contact the instructor if you have any questions about the course format.
  Location: Distance Degree Programs
SOE 491 Senior Seminar
01 12686 1 M15.10-17 VUB 225 Aug 23--Dec 10 K Moffett 10 3
  Science Seminar from 3:10 - 4:10pm, followed by Q & A. Class meets in person on campus.
SOE 492 Special Topics
© 01 13411 3 M,W9.10-10.25 VLIB 264 Aug 23--Dec 10 G Rollwagen-Bollens 16 9
  Special Topic Title: Aquatic Microbial Ecology
  Class meets in person on campus. Biology and ecology of aquatic microbes & communities, from marine to freshwater habitats. Topics: role of aquatic microbes in global climate change, how climate change may impact microbial communities, current issues in aquatic microbial ecology. For upper-division science majors, consists of instructor-led presentations/lectures and student-led discussions of both classical and recent journal articles and review chapters. Student expected to lead two (2) discussions, co
© 02 13426 3 TU,TH12.05-13.20 VC ARR Aug 23--Dec 10 A King 5 1
  Special Topic Title: Env Justice Racism Natr Resour
  Environmental Justice & Racism In Natural Resources: Students will acquire a foundation in the roots of environmental injustices and racism and will gain skills to recognize and counter biases to improve environmental policy outcomes. We have partnered with Terragraphics International Foundation (TIFO) to help you find real world, on the ground, current research projects that will help TIFO or one of their partners.
  Location: Multiple Sites
© 03 17950 2 F13-15 VC ARR Aug 23--Dec 10 M Swanson 5 1
  Special Topic Title: Wildland Fire Ecology Mgmt
  Wildland Fire Ecology & Management. Course emphasizes self-enrollment in National Fire Academy and Wildland Fire Learning Portal courses to prepare for a field day hosted by the local fire district or equivalent authority. Class will meet once weekly for two-hour discussion of training materials and relation to fire ecology and current resource management topics. Online synchronous delivery.
  Location: Multiple Sites
SOE 499 Special Problems
S$ 01 V ARRGT ARR ARR Aug 23--Dec 10 J Bishop 5 2
SOE 501 Graduate Skills Seminar
S 01 12687 1 M14.10-15 VUB 226 Aug 23--Dec 10 C Schultz 10 5
  Class meets in person on campus.
SOE 536 Climate Change Impacts on Physical, Natural, and Human Systems
01 17697 3 TU,TH14.55-16.10 VSCI 140 Aug 23--Dec 10 D Singh 10 3
  Class meets in person on campus.
SOE 544 Environmental Assessment
© 01 12685 3 TU13.30-14.45 VC ARR Aug 23--Dec 10 D Thomas 2 0
  TH13.30-14.45 VECS 209 Aug 23--Dec 10  
  Class meets synchronously online on Tuesday and Thursday until further notice. The instructor will provide more information.
SOE 562 Watershed Biogeochemistry
01 17646 3 TU,TH10.35-11.50 VECS 209 Aug 23--Dec 10 J Harrison 10 2
  Class meets in person on campus.
SOE 576 Biology and Ecology of Pacific Salmon
01 13152 3 TU,TH16.25-17.40 VC ARR Aug 23--Dec 10 J Mcintyre 5 1
  Class will be taught via Zoom at the designated times above.
  Location: Multiple Sites
SOE 598 Seminar
S 01 13057 1 ARRGT ARR ARR Aug 23--Dec 10 C Schultz 5 2
  Science Seminar for SOE students. Please contact instructor for seminar information and course requirements.
SOE 700 Master's Research, Thesis, and/or Examination
01 12567 V ARRGT ARR ARR Aug 23--Dec 10 (multiple) 8 4
SOE 800 Doctoral Research, Dissertation, and/or Examination
01 12568 V ARRGT ARR ARR Aug 23--Dec 10 (multiple) 10 8
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