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College of Arts, Humanities And Social Sciences

Faculty

Fall 2016

  • Staff
    Exploring Art, Culture, and Ideas
  • Alison Gates - Professor of Art and Design (Art)
    ART 198: Intro to Fibers/Textiles
  • Harvey Kaye - Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies (History)
    DJS 198:  Reading the Times
  • Kristin Coulter - Assistant Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies
    DJS 198:  Food Politics
  • Steve Meyer - Associate Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences (Geoscience)
    ENV SCI 198: The Science and History of Monsters
  • JP Leary - Assistant Professor of Humanistic Studies (First Nation Studies)
    FNS 198: From Disney's Pocahontas to the NFL: STereotypes and the Realities of First Nations People
  • Ryan Currier - Assistant Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences (Geoscience)
    GEO SCI 198: Nature and Americna History
  • Daniel Meinhardt - Associate Professor of Human Biology (Biology)
    HUM BIOL 198: Science and Art
  • Denise Bartell - Associate Professor of Human Development
    HUM DEV 198: Love and Lust in America
  • Jenell Holstead - Assistant Professor of Human Development
    HUM DEV 198: Fingernails on the Chalkboard? How Education Shapes Us
  • Joel Muraco - Assistant Professor of Human Development
    HUM DEV 198: That's So Gay! Explorations of LGBT Lives and Identities
  • David Voelker - Associate Professor of Humanistic Studies (History)
    HUM STUD 198: Wild: Nature and Modern Culture
  • Derek Jeffreys - Professor of Humanistic Studies (Philosophy)
    HUM STUD 198: Hell, Demons, and Angels
  • Heidi Sherman - Associate Professor Humanistic Studies (History)
    HUM STUD 198: The Vikings
  • Jennifer Ham - Professor of Humanistic Studies (German)
    HUS 198:  Another Brick in the Wall? Education in Literature and Film
  • Eric Hansen - Associate Professor of Music
    MUSIC 198 - Video Game Music
  • Adam Gaines - Associate Professor of Music
    MUSIC 198: The Jazz Loft
  • Debra Peearson - Associate Professor of Human Biology (Nutritional Sciences)
    NUT SCI 198:  Food for Health and Sustainability
  • Mike Hencheck - Associate Professor of Human Biology (Physics)
    PHYSICS 198: Intro to the PHysics of the Space Program
  • Katia Levintova - Associate Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies (Political Science)
    POL SCI 198: Politics in Sports
  • Regan Gurung - Professor of Human Development (Psychology)
    PSYCH 198: Gods, Ghosts, and Goblins
  • Lisa Tetzloff - Director of Student Life
    PU EN AF 198:  Introduction to Leadership
  • Elizabeth Wheat - Assistant Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs
    PU EN AF 198: Green Lives Matter
  • Cristina Ortiz - Professor of Humanistic Studies (Spanish)
    SPANISH 225: Intermediate Spanish  Converation and Composition
  • Karen Dalke - Lecturer, Public and Environmental Affairs
    UR RE ST 198:  Animals and Society
  • Ray Hutchison - Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs
    UR RE ST 198:  The Sixities