Epidemiology Of The Opioid Epidemic

This course will provide an interdisciplinary and contemporary overview of the epidemiology of substance use and public health approaches to reducing harms related to substance use (e.g., HIV, hepatitis C, overdose). The course will also introduce novel methods used in epidemiologic research on substance use, including strategies for participant recruitment and collection of sensitive behavioral data; interwoven with this content will be discussions of the ethical considerations for research involving people who use drugs.

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BIO 429-001

Developmental Biology

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Neuroscience Of Pollination

Pollinators have tremendous agricultural and societal value, and to a neuroscientist, they showcase principles of cognition in the real world. Pollinator species present exquisite examples of co-evolution, physiological and dietary specialization, navigation in complex landscapes, collective decision-making processes, and the behavioral consequences of environmental toxins and disease.

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Ecological Genetics

Ecological genetics resides at the interface of ecology, evolution, and genetics. At the heart of ecological genetics lie two components of adaptive evolution: genetic variation in phenotypic traits and natural selection on phenotypes. In this course, students will explore advanced concepts in population and quantitative genetics and apply these to the analysis of genetic and phenotypic data. This course provides an in- depth conceptual link between courses focused on genetics and molecular biology and courses focused on whole organisms and their ecology.

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Neuroscience Of Pollination

Pollinators have tremendous agricultural and societal value, and to a neuroscientist, they showcase principles of cognition in the real world. Pollinator species present exquisite examples of co-evolution, physiological and dietary specialization, navigation in complex landscapes, collective decision-making processes, and the behavioral consequences of environmental toxins and disease.

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Developmental Biology

An introduction to the principles of developmental biology, particulary of animals, including genetic and environmental control of development at the molecular, cellular, and physiological levels.

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CHE 107-CE

Gen College Chemistry II

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CHE 105-CE

Gen College Chemistry I

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Research Experience In Biotechnology

ABT 396: Research in biotechnology under the supervision of a faculty member. One to four credit hours/semester. The course may be repeated for a maximum of six credits, but the student must meet the requirements each semester to allow enrollment. This course should further the students' experience with science, enhance their appreciation for the scientific process, and what it means to conduct scientific research.

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Emergency Preparedness For The Arts

The frequency of natural disasters, terrorist attacks, and data breaches across the globe and the dramatic retelling of them on various media outlets has created an expectation that emergency plans be developed and routinely updated for areas of public assembly, including arts and culture venues. This course provides a sociological overview of community actions and reactions to disasters as well as a customized planning approach for arts managers and artists in preparing for emergencies.

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