Reconnecting with Nature
Science, Spirituality and Political Activism
BI103G General Biology: Global Ecology
- PS297 Environmental Politics
- REL243 Nature, Religion and Ecology
Earth, our home, is endangered. How can we help remedy this situation? We, humankind, need to find a different relationship with the rest of nature. Join us as we explore reconnecting with nature from the perspectives of science, spirituality, and political activism.
Global Ecology fulfills the ethnic/gender/cultural diversity requirement and partially fulfills the biological/physical science with lab requirement.
Environmental Politics and Nature, Religion and Ecology both partially fulfill the Social Science requirement as well as two of the three core requirements for environmental studies and environmental science at the University of Oregon.
These classes are open to all students; however, the instructors recommend that students register in all three courses in order to gain the greatest benefit from the lectures and activities.
CRN 40189, BI 103G General Biology: Global Ecology, MWF 10:00a-11:50a, instructor: Melissa Kilgore
CRN 40357, PS 297 Environmental Politics, MWF 1:00p-2:20p, instructor: Stan Taylor
CRN 40431, REL 243 Nature, Religion & Ecology, TuTh 10:00a-11:50a, instructor: Clif Trolin