Courses

The Environmental Studies Program (ENVS) offers courses on a wide range of topics including environmental science, ecological economics, international environmental issues, conservation of biodiversity, ecological agriculture, environmental justice/racism, environmental journalism, and environmental law.

Summer 2020

  • ENVS 14: Sustainable Food Systems - Ong (ARR)
  • ENVS 80.11: Social Ecological Systems: Theory and Methods - Krivak-Tetley (ARR)
  • ENVS 90: Independent Study and Research - Staff (ARR)
  • ENVS 91: Thesis Research in ENVS - Staff (ARR)

Fall 2020

  • ENVS 3: Environment & Society - Howarth (E) Remote with synchronous components
  • ENVS 17: Marine Policy - Webster (D) Remote with synchronous components
  • ENVS 18: Indigenous Environmental Studies - Reo (Async) Remote, entirely asynchronous - see Waitlists and Applications
  • ENVS 20: Conservation of Biodiversity - Bolger (E) Remote with sychronous components
  • ENVS 60: Environmental Law - Jones (ARR) Remote with synchronous components
  • ENVS 67: Political Ecology - Sneddon (J) Remote with synchronous components
  • ENVS 79: The Soil Resource - Jackson (D) Remote with synchronous components
  • ENVS 80.12: The Green New Deal - Cox (K) Remote with synchronous components
  • ENVS 85: Land, Love and Kinship - Reo (Async) Remote, entirely asynchronous - see Waitlists and Applications
  • ENVS 90: Independent Study and Research - Staff (ARR)
  • ENVS 91: Thesis Research in ENVS - Staff (ARR)

Winter 2021

  • ENVS 2: Introduction to Environmental Science - Lutz & Peach (D)
  • ENVS 7.02: Conservation, Development, and Sustainability - Fox (E)
  • ENVS 7.16: Invasive Species: Ecology, Impacts and Ethics - Krivak-Tetley (ARR)
  • ENVS 12: Energy and the Environment - Wilson (J)
  • ENVS18 : Indigenous Environmental Studies - Reo (Asynch) See Waitlists and Applications.
  • ENVS 44: Environment and Politics in Southeast Asia - Sneddon (E)
  • ENVS 45: Colonialism, Development and Environment in Africa & Asia - Haynes (E)
  • ENVS 55: Ecological Economics - Howarth (C)
  • ENVS 61: Evolutionary Environmental Governance - Cox (K)
  • ENVS 65: Global Environmental Politics - Webster (D)
  • ENVS 80.01: Arctic Environmental Change - Culler (F)
  • ENVS 90: Independent Study and Research - Staff (ARR)
  • ENVS 91: Thesis Research in ENVS - Staff (ARR)
  • ENVS 92: Thesis Research in ENVS 2 - Staff (ARR)

Spring 2021

  • ENVS 7.xx: TBD
  • ENVS 7.15: The Future of Food - - Smith (10A)
  • ENVS 14: Sustainable Food Systems - Ong (10A)
  • ENVS 15: Environmental Issues of the Earth's Cold Regions - Virginia (10)
  • ENVS 28: Global Environmental Health - Roebuck (10)
  • ENVS 30: Global Environmental Science - Lutz (12)
  • ENVS 50: Environmental Problem Analysis - Cox (10A)
  • ENVS 56: Environmental Economics and Governance - Webster (11)
  • ENVS 80.08:The Practice of Science Policy & Diplomacy - Burkins (2)
  • ENVS 80.10: Coupled Human-Natural Systems: Theory and Practice - Ong (2A)
  • ENVS 90: Independent Study and Research - Staff (ARR)
  • ENVS 91: Thesis Research in ENVS - Staff (ARR)
  • ENVS 92: Thesis Research in ENVS 2 - Staff (ARR)