Posted: November 19, 2013
Global Health Majors & Minors: did you know that there is a Spring FS 201 course just for Global Health Studies? It meets TTh 11-12:15, and the focus will be on the factors that affect longevity around the world. For more information, contact Professor Conklin. The prerequisite is GHS 130, or talk to Professor Conklin to see if your previous coursework has provided appropriate preparation to succeed in the course.
To register, just select FS Global Health Studies as the subject in WebAdvisor and then register for FSGHS 201.
Posted: November 19, 2013
Cancellation. Political Science 450, The Politics and Psychology of Persuasion and Prejudice with Professor Tamashiro, has been cancelled.
Posted: November 18, 2013
New Course! Art 171, Photography I, has been added MW 4:30-6:20.
Posted: November 15, 2013
Time Change. The recitation of Section 2 of Biology 221, Genetics, Development, and Evolution, will meet Tu 11-12:15 (formerly Tu 3-4:15). The lecture continues to meet MWF 8-8:50.
Time Change. Math 440, Real Analysis, will meet TF 11-12:15 (formerly MW 11-12:15).
Posted: November 14, 2013
New Section! An additional section, Section 2, of Neuro 405, Neurophysiology with Professor French, will meet MWF 10-1:50, lab F 1:30-4:20.
Posted: November 13, 2013
New Section! An additional section, Section 3, of DMS 110 Yoga I with Professor Reedy, has been added MW 11-12:15. Please note that this course requires the instructor’s permission and that preference will be given to students already on the waiting list.
Cancellation. DMS 201, Upper Level Technique – Modern, has been cancelled.
Cancellation. DMS 301, Modern Dance III, has been cancelled.
Posted: October 31, 2013
New Course! Values, Ethics, and Social Action (VESA) 202, Service Learning: Theory and Practice II, has been added for Spring. Contact Professor Martin or Professor Weisman for more information.
New Section! An additional section, Section 4, of Math 160 Calculus I has been added MWThF 8-8:50.
Time/Instructor Change. Psychology 106, Educational Psychology, will meet MWF 3:30-4:20 (formerly TTh 1:30-2:45). The instructor will be Professor Foreman.
Cancellation. Section 2 of Psychology 110, Foundations of Psychology, has been cancelled. Sections 1,3,4, and 5 will still meet as scheduled.
Posted: October 29, 2013
New Course! CLC 194, Beginning Portuguese II, has been added MWF 2:30-3:20. Contact Karen Richter in the Modern & Classical Languages Department for more information.
Time Change. Section 1 of Economics 203, Applied Economic Statistics with Professor Martin, will meet MWF 8-8:50 (formerly: TTh 9:30-10:45).
Time Change. Section 2 of Economics 203, Applied Economic Statistics with Professor Martin, will meet MWF 9-9:50 (formerly: TTh 1:30-2:45).
Time Change. Economics 234, Human Resource Managment with Professor Ormiston, will meet TTh 1:30-2:45 (formerly: TTh 9:30-10:45).>
Time Change. Values, Ethics, and Social Action (VESA) 160, Introduction to Values, Ethics & Social Action with Professor Martin, will meet MW 11-12:15 (formerly TTh 3-4:15)
Time Update. Values Ethics, and Social Action (VESA) 560, VESA Capstone Seminar with Professor Roncolato, will meet TTh 9:30-10:45 (was TBA).
Posted: October 28, 2013
Time Change. Literature in Translation (LITRN) 190, Modern Arabic Novel in Translation with Professor Hilal, will meet TTh 1:30-2:45 (formerly TTh 11-12:15). This course is taught in English.
Time Change. Psychology 490, Applied Neuropsychology with Professor Coddington, will meet MW 11-12:15 (formerly TTh 9:30-10:45).
Instructor Change. Spanish 225, Section 2 (Hispanic Reading/Composition) will be taught by Professor Dantan instead of Professor Hernandez.
Cancellation. Section 1 of Spanish 305, Conversation and Composition , has been cancelled. (Section 2 will still meet as scheduled.)
Posted: October 25, 2013
FS 201 descriptions for Spring, 2014, are now available
New Course! Psychology 485, The Analysis of Data with Professor Hancock, has been added for Spring. Two sections are offered; each meets for the first seven weeks of the semester only. Section A1 meets TTh 11-12:15; Section A2 meets MW 3-4:15.
Description: A study that bridges the gap between a course or courses in statistics and the analysis of real data. Topics include: data documentation, data integrity, data structures, exploratory data analysis, outlier analysis, data transformation, power analysis, and the choice of statistical models based upon actual data. Dummy coding of variables for ANOVA and regression analysis are discussed; dummy coding of interactions in multiple regression is reviewed upon student demand. Students make extensive use of standard GUI statistical software and are introduced to the advantages and use of syntax editors that accompany GUI software. We also introduce a relatively user friendly power analysis program. Two semester credit hours. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor and one of the following courses: Psychology 207, Biology 385, Economics 202 or 203, Mathematics 345 or 346, or Political Science 489.
Time change. Section 31 of FS*102, Unveiling Masks of Diversity with Professor Epps, will meet MW 6-7:15 p.m. (formerly: TTh 6-7:15 p.m.)