College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

Courses

September 16, 2013

Course Offerings

DeCal: Challenging the Concept of Sustainability: An Active Anthropology
DeCal: Environmental Student Organizations at Cal

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March 18, 2013

Courses

March 29 | UC Berkeley Moorea Class

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February 6, 2013

Courses

Spring 2013 | ER 98 or 198: Energy in the News: Modern Energy Policy Analysis
Spring 2013 | Starting Point Mentorship Program

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December 17, 2012

Courses

Spring 2013 | California Water and Society
Spring 2013 | GIS Workshops at CCSF
Spring 2013 | A Global Perspective on Vision

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December 10, 2012

Courses

Spring 2013 | NE 162: Radiation Biophysics and Dosimetry

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December 3, 2012

Courses

Spring 2013 | PMB 11: Fungi, History, and Society
Spring 2013 | Big Ideas Courses
Spring 2013 | Other Voices Course

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November 13, 2012

Courses

Spring 2013 | Big Ideas UC Berkeley Courses

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November 5, 2012

Courses

Greenpeace Semester

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October 15, 2012

Courses

Nov 7 | Application Deadline for Spring 2013 DeCal Classes
Spring 2013 | Multicultural Initiative in the Marine Sciences (MIMSUP)

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January 27, 2012

Class Offerings 2012.01.27

BareAbundance: The Excess & Inequity of Our Food System
Deconstructing Disability DeCal
SLC Course: Education 98/198 "To the Capstone & Beyond"
Various Cal Teach Courses

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January 20, 2012

Class Offerings 2012.01.20

ESPM 98/198: Food and Social Justice in California
ESPM 199: Upper Division Supervised Independent Study and Research Opportunity in Agroecology
SLC Writing Program's Other Voices Course
Freshman/Sophomore Seminars
ED182AC: The Politics of Educational Inequality

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January 6, 2012

Class Offerings 2012.01.06

- ED 98/198 - Building Sustainability at Cal
- UGBA 192N - Topics in Nonprofit Management: Strategic Philanthropy
- MAJ 100G - Introduction to Science, Society, and Ethics
- CE 290 - Design for Sustainable Communities
- NE 162 - Radiation Biophysics and Dosimetry
- Take a 1-unit graduate seminars in green chemistry

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November 17, 2011

Class Offerings 2011.11.17

- MAJ 100G - Introduction to Science, Society, and Ethics
- CE 290 - Design for Sustainable Communities
- NE 162 - Radiation Biophysics and Dosimetry
- Take a 1-unit graduate seminars in green chemistry

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November 4, 2011

Class Offerings 2011.11.04

- CE 290 - Design for Sustainable Communities
- NE 162 - Radiation Biophysics and Dosimetry
- Take a 1-unit graduate seminars in green chemistry

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October 28, 2011

Class Offerings 2011.10.28

- CE 290 - Design for Sustainable Communities
- NE 162 - Radiation Biophysics and Dosimetry

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October 21, 2011

Class Offerings 2011.10.21

- NE 162 - Radiation Biophysics and Dosimetry

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April 1, 2011

Course Offerings 4.1.11

I. Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies Summer Courses

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February 4, 2011

Course Offerings

I. Joy if Garbage Decal
II. Research Opportunities in Ecological Restoration
III. Global Food System Decal

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May 14, 2010

Course Offerings for Summer/Fall 2010

City College of San Francisco Geographic Information Systems Summer/Fall 2010 Workshops
We will be offering our GIS Quick Start during Summer 2010 beginning June 2nd through June 30th.

In addition, the GIS Education Center is offering seven courses this fall, beginning August 16th.

> GIS Theory & Practice (free)
> Geodatabases
> GIS Quick Start
> GIS Quick Start II
> GIS and the Urban Environment
> Introduction to Spatial Statistics
> Map Design & Data Visualization
> Public Health Analysis using GIS

- Hands-on training using ESRI’s ArcGIS
- Receive a free 1yr copy of ArcGIS and free ESRI Virtual Campus course
- Network with other professionals in the area!
- Strengthen your resume with spatial analysis skills

Discount: $30 off when registering one week prior to start date.

Please visit www.ccsfgis.org for workshop information and registration.

May 7, 2010

Summer Course Offering 5/7/10

Interested in rhetoric and still need to fulfill American Cultures Breadth Requirement? Consider this summer course offering!

Rhetoric 139AC: Autobiography and the Rhetoric of Individualism in America
Instructor: Michael Mascuch
Time & Location:
MWF: 9am - 11:30am (209 Dwinelle)
Summer session A

This course is intended to fulfill the American Cultures Breadth
Requirement. Its basic purpose will be to introduce students to American
autobiography and American cultures by means of exploring how
representations of personal experience by writers of diverse cultural
groups respond to or are otherwise informed by the American rhetoric of
individualism. We will begin with a general, critical discussion of
"individualism" as an ideology and of "autobiography" as a literary
genre with a particular rhetorical function for Americans, and then move
on to explore the complex relationship between genre and ideology in
American cultures through rhetorical analysis of particular
autobiographies. We will examine a series of primary works drawn from
three distinct American cultures: African Americans, European Americans,
and Asian Americans, in order to see the ways in which writers have
responded to the imperatives of ideology and genre.

REQUIRED BOOKS:

* Frederick Douglass, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, ed
David W. Blight, 2nd paper edn. (New York: Bedford/: St. Martin’s Press,
2002). ISBN-10: 0312257376
* Richard Wright, Black Boy: A Record of Childhood and Youth. (paper
edn., New York: Harper Perennial Modern Classics, 2008). ISBN-10: 0061443085
* Maxine Hong Kingston, The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among
Ghosts (paper edn., New York, Vintage, 1989) ISBN-10: 0679721886
* Loung Ung, Lucky Child: A Daughter of Cambodia Reunites with the
Sister She Left Behind (paper edn., New York: Harper Perennial, 2006)
ISBN-10: 0060733950
* Joan Didion, Where I Was From (Paper edn, New York: Vintage, 2004) ·
ISBN-10: 0679752862
* Luc Sante, The Factory of Facts (Paper edn., New York: Vintage, 1999).
ISBN-10: 0679746501

January 29, 2010

Upcoming Events & Announcements 1/29/10

Click on the link below for more information about:
1. Newsflash: Some URAP Projects with Extended Deadline Still Available
2. Education 197: Need Units? Interested in Education?
3. Haas Scholars Program (deadline February 16, 2010)
4. Cal Corps Open House
5. Cal Corps February Workshops and Public Interest Careers Series
6. The SAGE Scholars Program Presents: "Speaking with Credibility and Confidence"
7. CalRAD Spring 2010 Self Defense For Women Class
8. 2009-10 Eisner Prize for Film-Video and Photo-Imaging
9. The Blum Center for Developing Economies presents: Perspectives on International Development with The Community Agroecology Network

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January 21, 2010

Course Offerings: Spring 2010

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1. Landscape Architecture 198: Engaged Scholarship in Urban Forestry
2. DeCal: Learn Community Organizing Through Oakland Community Builders
3. Education 98/198: To the Capstone & Beyond
4. New 1-Unit Courses: Critical Dialogues Across Differences
5. ASUC Research DeCal
6. LA 258 California Water: An Interdisciplinary Seminar on California Water
7. Law School 101 DeCal

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January 19, 2010

Landscape Architecture 198: Engaged Scholarship in Urban Forestry (2 credits)

Professor Joe McBride
Lecture: Thurs 9-10:30am, 315D Wurster Hall
CCN: 48562

The engaged scholarship course in community urban forestry is a service-learning component associated with the lecture course LA 225: Urban Forest Management and Planning. Students interested in learning more about local community forestry in the San Francisco Bay Area should enroll in this separate 2-unit course as LA 198.

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December 4, 2009

Courses and Mentorship Opportunites