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Monday, March 18, 2013

GEOG courses Fall 2013

Dear GEOG Majors,

There will be some exciting environmentally-related courses in the fall that could apply to your degree with advisor-approval.  Please feel free to take these as options for your breadth requirements:

1. Environmental Politics ((GOVT 393)-- G. Wright
2. Environmental Economics  (ECON 493)-- B. Vander Naald & J. Amundson
3. The Wilderness Act: A Critical and Cultural History  (ENGL 418)-- K. Maier
4. People and Plastics (SOC 375)-- L. Vess
5. Geology/Human history (ANTH 493)-- C. Connor & D. Monteith


Let me know if you have any questions, but please note that I will be leaving UAS as I'm taking a post at Humboldt State.  If you need advising assistance about the next year from me, please make an appointment to meet with me this semester!

Best,
Sarah


Dr. Sarah Jaquette Ray
Assistant Professor of English
Program Coordinator, Geography and Environmental Studies
University of Alaska Southeast
sjray@uas.alaska.edu
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