The Sustainability Studies theme is offering a new course—CAS 1415: Introduction to Sustainability—in Spring 2015. This multidisciplinary course introduces students to sustainability concepts, issues, and trends from the local to the global levels. Students will investigate the interrelationships between biophysical limits, human welfare, and social justice by analyzing several major […]Read more ›
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The Ohio: Sense of Place field trip series kicks off with the Ohio Tree and Plant Tour on Saturday, Sept. 28. Participants will get a guided look at the forest communities of Athens County at Stroud’s Run State Park on Sunday, Sept. 28 from 1 to 4 p.m. Two different […]Read more ›
College of Arts & Sciences faculty are invited to the Wealth & Poverty theme’s open faculty forum on Friday, Sept. 5,from noon to 1 p.m. in Baker Center 239. Light refreshments and snacks will be provided. This forum is to report to A&S faculty what the Wealth & Poverty theme […]Read more ›
The Food for Thought Speakers Series presents Dr. Kristen Gremillion on “Multiethnic Communities and the Evolution of Southern Cuisine” on Tuesday, Sept 16, at 5 p.m. in Alden Friends of the Library Room 319. Refreshments will be served following Gremillion’s talk. Gremillion is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Ohio State […]Read more ›
The first talk in the Ohio: Sense of Place Speaker Series is Tuesday, Sept. 16, from 5 to 6 p.m. in Morton Hall 235. Dr. Elliot Abrams, Professor of Anthropology at Ohio University, will discuss “A Sense of Place and Neolithic Societies of the Ohio River Valley.” All societies have […]Read more ›
The Sense of Place theme faculty will sponsor a series of public talks on various aspects of Ohio. Presentations will be interdisciplinary in nature with speakers invited from Ohio University, other Ohio universities, Ohio government entities, and the private sector. Talks will include time for open discussion of the topic. […]Read more ›
First and second-year students interested in the Making & Breaking the Law theme are encouraged to enroll in CAS2500: Breaking the Law Theme Seminar this semester. The last date to add classes is Sept. 5. Making & Breaking the Law is a thematic track for undergraduate students interested in law and […]Read more ›