DSOC 4940

DSOC 4940

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2020-2021.

The department teaches "trial" courses under this number. Offerings vary by semester, and are advertised by the department before the semester starts. Courses offered under the number will be approved by the department curriculum committee, and the same course is not offered more than twice under this number.

When Offered Fall, Spring.

Distribution Category (SBA-AG)

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Enrollment Information
Syllabi: 1 available
  •   Regular Academic Session.  Combined with: DSOC 4940

  • 1 Credit Stdnt Opt

  • Topic: Migrations: Global, Intdsc, Multi-Species Exam

  • 20139DSOC 4940  SEM 101

    • WOnline Meeting
    • Sep 2 - Dec 16, 2020
    • Wolford, W

  • Instruction Mode: Online
    Our world is increasingly in motion. The unprecedented pace, scale, and complexity of movement on our planet—of humans, plants, animals, cultural messages and artefacts, resources, pathogens, and more—present a diverse suite of challenges and opportunities that play out across local, regional, national, and international scales. Only through an interdisciplinary, multi-species, and systems-level perspective can we understand and anticipate the causes and consequences of migrations for people and the planet. As part of the Global Grand Challenge, this class will be built around weekly public talks that will, along with assigned readings, form the basis of our inquiry and discussion over the course of the semester.

Enrollment Information
Syllabi: 1 available
  •   Regular Academic Session.  Choose one seminar and one discussion. Combined with: DSOC 4940

  • 3 Credits Stdnt Opt

  • Topic: Migrations: Global, Intdsc, Multi-Species Exam

  • 20140DSOC 4940  SEM 102

    • WOnline Meeting
    • Sep 2 - Dec 16, 2020
    • Wolford, W

  • Instruction Mode: Online
    Our world is increasingly in motion. The unprecedented pace, scale, and complexity of movement on our planet—of humans, plants, animals, cultural messages and artefacts, resources, pathogens, and more—present a diverse suite of challenges and opportunities that play out across local, regional, national, and international scales. Only through an interdisciplinary, multi-species, and systems-level perspective can we understand and anticipate the causes and consequences of migrations for people and the planet. As part of the Global Grand Challenge, this class will be built around weekly public talks that will, along with assigned readings, form the basis of our inquiry and discussion over the course of the semester. Students enrolled for 3 credits will attend one seminar and one class discussion each week. Regular participation in both the public events and discussions is expected as part of the class.

  • Topic: Migrations: Global, Intdsc, Multi-Species Exam

  • 20142DSOC 4940  DIS 201

    • WOnline Meeting
    • Sep 2 - Dec 16, 2020
    • Wolford, W

  • Instruction Mode: Online