Interested in understanding how the environment impacts human health? These spring courses are open to non majors,and most have no prerequisites.
They all also fulfill requirements for the Environmental Health major and minor.
ENV H 205: Environmental Health in Media
ENV H 417: Case Studies in Children’s Environmental Health Disparities
ENV H 439/539: One Health: Human and Animal Health in a Changing Environment
ENV H 447/547: Environmental Change and Infectious Disease
ENV H 448/548: Community Air Pollution
ENV H 460/560: Occupational Safety Management
ENV H 311: Introduction to Environmental Health
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ENVIR 495C: Socio-Environmental Data Analysis Workshop (SLN: 14143)
Instructor: Yen-Chu Weng (email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>)
MW 11:30-12:50 (MGH 044)
Open to juniors, seniors, and graduate Students
This course is a practical workshop on analyzing socio-environmental data.
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING VERY CAREFULLY AS YOU PLAN YOUR SPRING QUARTER SCHEDULE:
Note: If you are being paid as an RA, TA or are funded by a fellowship paid through the UW (ie. NSF), please register for at least 10 credits ASAP so that tuition charges will be removed from your student account in a timely manner. Anyone not falling into these categories is still encouraged to register promptly (at least by the first day of Spring quarter classes) to avoid late fees.
Register now for spring quarter online classes. Enjoy the convenience and flexibility of the University of Washington’s online courses. As a UW matriculated student, this spring you can take some of the most popular online credit classes as part of your normal tuition load and pay an online fee of only $120 per class. These select online courses are offered in a group-start format, which means you can interact with your classmates and complete the course during the quarter.
We have extended the application deadline for US students for our 2016 program- please share this special opportunity with your students and networks! Students from most universities and colleges are eligible to participate, and financial support is available. Interested students can contact me directly for more information. Application deadline is February 12.
This summer be a part of an extraordinary international learning journey in the heart of the Salish Sea!
UW Epidemiology is excited to offer the undergraduate course below for Spring 2016. Please distribute this message to your students as appropriate. A course flyer is attached. Thank you!
EPI 201 – Outbreak Investigation and Response
Take a step into the world of an outbreak investigator with Epidemiology 201: Outbreak Investigation and Response, a special course offering for spring quarter 2016.
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY FOR INFORMATION ON SPRING QUARTER COURSES AND REGISTRATION! Ignore at your own peril!
The Spring Quarter 2016 Time Schedule is now available (All UW or FISH only) – registration begins on February 12. See below for a list of courses that satisfy degree requirements, for reference in planning your coursework.
Study at Friday Harbor Labs this Year
Spend a quarter studying in residence at the UW’s marine field station at Friday Harbor Labs (FHL). Undergraduates can study at FHL in spring, summer or autumn quarters, and the deadline for spring/summer applications is February 1.
We still have space available in several AIS classes. Please forward this to any students who might be interested. Thanks!
Water Is Life: Water, Health, and Ecosystem Services among American Indians and Alaskan Natives
AIS 375 A, SLN 21716
I&S, NW available for students who contact AIS adviser Elissa Washuta (email@example.com)
Tu/Th 3:30 – 5:20 pm
Instructor: Clarita Lefthand-Begay
At the completion of this class, you will understand the connections between tribal water security, culture and health among Indigenous communities in the United States.
A great winter quarter class for any student who attends a research institution:
PHIL 200 Topics in Philosophy: Research Ethics
TTh 11:30-12:50 plus a F quiz section (11:30-12:20 or 12:30-1:20)
I&S/Optional “W” credit
Is there research that scientists shouldn’t do?