Instructor
Bernd

Environmental health focuses on the factors external to people that have health implications.  This seminar focuses on those environmental factors that have disproportionate effects on subgroups of individuals-Environmental Health Disparities. We will pair with Chem 372 (Environmental Chemistry), tackling the same case studies with different disciplinary background and lenses. Developing skills in content and critical analysis we will exploring the intersection between cell biology, public health, and the environment and share our findings with our chemistry collaborators.  Broad topics include regional and global examples investigating air quality, water quality, and exposure to environmental chemicals.

Satisfies depth or breadth course requirement in Natural Science Track of the Environmental Studies major or interdisciplinary minor
Application in process to determine whether course satisfies JEC requirement

 

Prerequisites
Prerequisite: Successful completion of BIO 111, BIO 113, or ENV 201 is required. Successful completion of CHE 115 and at least one 200+ Biology course is recommended 
Students with credit for CHE 372 or who are currently enrolled in CHE372 may not enroll in BIO267

Class Details
Course BIO 267
Section 0
CRN 20057
Time M W
Time 0220 - 0335pm
Building 106 WALL
Instructor Karen Bernd
Notes
Max 12
Current 0
Remaining 12
Semester Spring 2022