University of Vermont

Office of Community-University Partnerships & Service Learning

Service-Learning (SL) Courses at UVM

Each year about 80 service-learning courses are offered at UVM. They can be identified by the "SL" in the course title, and found in the online schedule of courses. These courses create meaningful partnerships between students, community partners, and faculty to provide students with hands-on learning in real-world situations. Current courses are updated regularly.

To get a sense of courses which may be offered in the future, scroll down to see past offerings. Contact the professor or the department to learn more about courses.

Fall 2014

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
CDAE 120Strategic Writing for PCOMJoyce HendleyCDAE
CDAE 166Introduction to Community EntrepreneurshipKathleen LiangCDAE
CDAE 168Marketing for Community EntrepreneursDavid ConnerCDAE
CDAE 186/286Sustainable Development in Small Island StatesThomas Desisto Kevin StapletonCDAE
CDAE 195/ENVS 295Cabot Marketing ChallengeCatherine Finley-WoodruffCDAE
CDAE 195/ENVS 295Socially Responsible MarketingCatherine Finley-WoodruffCDAE
CDAE 250Applied Research MethodsDavid ConnerCDAE
CDAE 251Contemporary Policy Issues: Organizing for ChangeRichard WattsCDAE
CS 192Web Development for Non-ProfitsRobert EricksonCEMS
CS 292Senior SeminarAlison PechenickCS
EDSC 055Citizenship and Education in the USBarri TinklerEDSC
EDSC 207Development: Theory and ApplicationJennifer PrueEDSC
EDSC 215Reading in the Content AreaAlan TinklerEDSC
EDSS 239Service-Learning Internship SeminarMary Beth BarrittEDSS
EDTE 001Making a Difference: Exploring EducationJennifer PrueEDTE
ENVS 195/HLTH 107/NR 107/NR 153/GEOG 173Natural History of Centennial WoodsTeage OConnorENVS
ENVS 295Sustainability EducationTom HudspethRSENR
GRNS 410Primary Care of Children and Adolescents Carol Buck-RollandGRNS
HDFS 001Intro to Human Development, Family Studies, and AcJackie WeinstockHDFS
HDFS 055Human Development in CommunityJackie WeinstockHDFS
HDFS 296Field ExperienceJackie WeinstockHDFS
JPAN 201Studies of Japanese TextsKazuko Suzuki CarlsonJapanese
NR 205Ecosystem ManagementEmily BrodskyRSENR
NR 206Environmental Problem Solving and Impact AssessmenMatt KolanRSENR
NR 206Environmental Problem-Solving and Impact AssessmenEmily BrodskyRSENR
NR 243GIS PracticumJarlath DunneRSENR
NR 285Natural Resource Inventory and AssessmentEmily BrodskyRSENR
NR 285Land ConservationEmily BrodskyRSENR
PRT 138Park and Recreation DesignDavid RaphaelRSENR
RSENR 016Place-Based Herbal MedicineKate WestdijkRSENR
SOC 216Criminal JusticeKathy FoxSOC
SPAN 101Composition and ConversationRachael MontesanoDepartment of Romance Languages & Linguistics
SWSS 008Civic Engagement and Self-ReflectionKailee Brickner-McDonald Grace MatiruSWSS
SWSS 058Civic Engagement and LeadershipKailee Brickner-McDonaldSWSS

Spring 2014

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
CDAE 102Sustainable Community DevelopmentShoshanah InwoodCALS/CDAE
CDAE 120Strategic Writing for Public CommunicationJoyce HendleyCDAE
CDAE 166Intro to Community EntrepreneurshipKathleen LiangCDAE
CDAE 224Public Communication CapstoneKelly HamshawCDAE
CDAE 295Cabot Marketing Challenge - Lec ADavid ConnerCDAE
CDAE 295; ENVS 295; NR 295; HLTH 250SL: Community-Based Participatory Action ResearchKate WestdijkCDAE/ENVS/NR/HLTH
CE 175Senior SeminarMandar DewoolkarCE
CS 292Senior SeminarAlison PechenickCEMS/Computer Science
EDSC 197Student Leadership for ChangeAlan TinklerEducation
EDSC 207Development: Theory and ApplicationJennifer PrueEducation
EDSC 215Reading in Secondary SchoolsAlan TinklerEducation
EDSC 225Teaching Social Studies in Secondary SchoolsBarri TinklerEducation
EDSS 239Service-Learning InternshipMaryBeth BarrittEducation
ENSC 201Restoration & Recovery of Altered EcosystemsBill KeetonRSENR/ENSC
ENSC 202Ecological Risk AssessmentBreck BowdenENSC
ENSC 285; NR 285Science & System to Design Sustainable OutcomesLiz CalabreseRSENR, NR
ENSC 285; NR 285; TRC 295Biomass to BiofuelsAnju DahiyaENVS/CE
ENVS 150; NR 185; PRT 188Communities, Conservation, and Development in CostDave KestenbaumRSENR
ENVS 184Sustainable Transportation PlanningRichard WattsRSENR/ENVS
ENVS 187Campus SustainabilityGioia ThompsonENVS
ENVS 188Sustainability ScienceAmy SeidlEnvironmental Studies
ENVS 195 Z9Children, Health, and EnvironmentCara RobechekENVS/CE
ENVS 204Creating Environmentally Sustainable CommunitiesTom HudspethRSENR/ENVS
FOR 073Small Woodland ManagementJustin WaskiewiczRSENR/FOR
FOR 235Forest Ecosystem HealthKimberly WallinRSENR/FOR
FR 051AIntermediate Reading and ConversationMacias AunaveDepartment of Romance Languages & Linguistics
FS 350Food Systems Immersion SeminarCheryl MorseCALS/Geography and Food Systems Graduate Program
GRNU 334; HLTH 210Health and Culture: OaxacaCarol Buck-RollandNursing
GRNU 344Optimizing Health and Management of Common Health Mary Val PalumboNursing
HCOL 186Ecology for SustainabilityDeane WangRSENR
HDFS 296Field ExperienceJacqueline S. WeinstockEducation/HDFS
NR 140Applied Environmental StatisticsJennifer PontiusRSENR
NR 185Place-Based Ecological Design (travel)Walt PolemanRSENR/NR
NR 206Environmental Problem-SolvingZac, Deane Ipsa-Landa, WangRSENR/NR
NR 264Cross Environmental Public Service Practicum Clare GingerRSENR/NR
NR 378Integrating Analyses of Natural Resource Issues: PTom, Jeffrey Hudspeth, HughesRSENR
NR 385GLand Conservation PracticumDeane WangRSENR
PRNU 241Public-Health Nursing (travel)Loretta CharlesCNHS
PRT 138Park and Recreational DesignDavid RaphaelRSENR
PRT 188Sustainable Landscape ArchitectureDavid RaphaelRSENR/PRT
SOC 286SL Internship SeminarSusan MunkresCALS/Sociology
SPAN 001Elementary I Section ALourdes de DiosDepartment of Romance Languages & Linguistics
SPAN 101Composition and ConversationRachael MontesanoCALS/Romance Languages & Linguistics
SWSS 008Civic Engagement and Self ReflectionKailee Brickner-McDonaldEducation/Social Work
SWSS 058Civic Engagement and LeadershipKailee Brickner-McDonaldEducation/Social Work
SWSS 08Civic Engagement and Self ReflectionKailee Brickner-McDonaldEducation/Social Work
WFB 283Terrestrial WildlifeJames MurdochRSENR/WB

Fall 2013

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
ANTH 220Development and Applied AnthropologyScott MatterAnthropology
CDAE 120Strategic Writing for Public CommunicationJoyce HendleyCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 186Sustainanble Development in Small Island StatesKevin StapletonCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 195Belize: Development & Indigenous PeoplesJay AshmanCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 195 BCabot Marketing ChallengeDavid ConnerCDAE
CDAE 250Applied Social ResearchDavid ConnerCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 251Contemporary Policy Issues: Community DevelopmentAsim ZiaCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 273Project Planning & DevelopmentKelly HamshawCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 286Sustainable Development of Small Island StatesKevin StapletonCDAE
CE 133Transportation SystemsBrian LeeEngineering
CE 281Geotechnical DesignMandar DewoolkarCivil Engineering
CS 292Senior SeminarAlison PechenickComputer Science
EDSC 197 Student Leadership for ChangeAlan TinklerSecondary Education
EDSC 207Development: Theory & ApplicationJennifer PrueSecondary Education
EDSC 215Reading in the Content AreaAlan TinklerSecondary Education
EDSS 239 Service Learning Internship ClassMary Beth BarrittEducation
EDTE 001Making a Difference: Exploring EducationCravedi & PrueTeacher Education
ENSC 285 Z4Biomass to BiofuelsAnju DahiyaEnvironmental Science
ENVS 195Natural History of Centennial WoodsTeage OConnorENVS
ENVS 295Sustainability EducationTom HudspethEnvironmental Studies
GEOG 192Vermont Field Studies: Working LandscapesCheryl MorseGeogr
GEOG 244DendrochronologyShelly RaybackGeography
GRNU 346Primary Care management of Children & AdolescentsCarol Buck-RollandGraduate Nursing
HCOL 185Tress and Human CulturesKit AndersenHonors College
HDFS 296Field ExperienceJackie WeinstockHuman Development & Family Studies
HDFS 55Exploring Human Development in CommunityJackie WeinstockHuman Development & Family Studies
NDFS 001Human Development & Family Studies and Academic SeJackie WeinstockHuman Development & Family Studies
NR 001Natural History and Field EcologyWalter PolemanNatural Resources
NR 025Measurements & MappingZac Ispa-LandaRSENR
NR 206Environmental Problem SolvingZac Ispa-LandaRSENR
NR 243GIS PracticumJarlath DunneRSENR
NR 25Measurements and MappingEmily BrodskyNatural Resources / RSENR
NR 285Community Based Natural Resource ManagementCecilia DanksRSENR
NR 285 Z1Biomass to BiofuelsAnju DahiyaRSENR
NR 385Vermont Climate Assessment Gillian GalfordRSENR
PSS 137Landscape Design FundamentalsStephanie HurleyPlant and Soil Science
SOC 216Criminal JusticeKathy FoxSociology
SWSS 008Civic Engagement and Self ReflectionGrace Matiru & Brickner-McDonaldSocial Work
SWSS 058Civic Engagement and LeadershipKailee Brickner-McDonaldSocial Work
TRC 295 Z1Biomass to BiofuelsAnju DahiyaTransportation Research Center

Summer 2013

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
EDSS 239 Service Learning Internship ClassMary Beth BarrittEducation

Spring 2013

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
ANTH 196Food, Culture, and PoliticsTeresa MaresAnthropology
CDAE 102Sustainable Community DevelpmentShoshanah InwoodCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 120Strategic Writing for PCOMJoyce HendleyCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 171Community & International Economy TransformationDaniel BakerCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 195/ NR 141/ENVS 141Intro to Ecological EconomicsJoshua FarleyCDAE/NR/ENVS
CDAE 295Cabot Marketing Challenge 2David ConnerCommunity Development and Applied Economics
EDSC 207Development: Theory and ApplicationJennifer PrueSecondary Education
EDSC 215Reading in Secondary SchoolsAlan TinkerSecondary Education
EDSC 225Teaching Social Studies in Secondary SchoolsBarri TinklerSecondary Education
EDSS 239Service-Learning InternshipMary Beth BarrittEducation
ENSC 201Recovery & Restore Altered EcosystemsSteven LibbyEnvironmental Science
ENVS 187Campus SustainabilitySteve PosnerEnvironmental Studies
ENVS 204Creating Environmentally Sustainable CommunitiesTom HudspethEnvironmental Studies
ENVS 295 AAdaptation to Climate ChangeAmy SeidlEnvironmental Studies
ENVS 295 Z2Modeling Environmental SystemsLance PolyaEnvironmental Studies
FOR 073Small Woodland ManagementNancy PatchRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
FOR 235Forest Ecosystem HealthKimberly WallinRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
GEOG 085Introduction to Remote SensingLesley-Ann Dupigny-GirouxGeography
GEOG 246Climatology and Natural HazardsLesley-Ann Dupigny-GirouxGeography
GRNU 345Pediatric Concepts for Advanced Practice NursesCarol Buck-RollandGraduate Nursing
GRNU 396/HLTH 295Pediatric Concepts for Advanced Practice NursesCarol Buck-RollandGraduate Nursing
HCOL 186Ecology for SustainabilityDeane WangHonors College
HDFS 296Field ExperienceJacqueline WeinstockHuman Development and Family Studies
HLTH 250Community Based ResearchErnesto Mendez Kate WestdijkHealth
JAPN 202Studies of Japanese TextKazuko CarlsonDepartment of Asian Languages and Literatures
MU 256 Advanced Composition Thomas ReadMusic & Dance Department
NFS 073Farm to TableSusan MunkresNutrition and Food Science
NR 140Applied Environmental StatisticsJen PontiusRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
NR 206Environmental Problem Solutions & Impact AssessmenMatt KolanRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
NR 264Environmental Public Service PracticeClare GingerRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
NR 285/ ENSC 285/ TRC 295Biomass to BiofuelsAnju DahiyaNR/ENSC/TRC
NR 378Place-Based Landscape Analysis & Sustainability EdTom Hudspeth Walter PolemanRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
PRT 188Sustainable Landscape Architectures David RaphaelRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
PSS 264Chemistry of Soil and WaterDon RossPlant & Soil Science
RM 188/ NR 185/ ENVS 150Introduction to S-L: Communities, Conservation andDavid KestenbaumRM/NR/ENVS
SWSS 003Human Needs and Social ServicesJulie Richards Pete CudneySocial Work
SWSS 008Civic Engagement and Self ReflectionKailee Brickner-McDonaldSocial Work
SWSS 058Civic Engagement and LeadershipKailee Brickner-McDonaldSocial Work
WFB 285Terrestial WildlifeJames MurdochRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources

Fall 2012

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
CDAE 120Strategic Writing for PCOMJoyce HendleyCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 159Consumer Assistance ProgramJason Duquette-HoffmanCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 168Marketing: Community EntrepreneursDavid ConnerCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 186/286Sustainable Development in Small Island StatesKevin StapletonCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 195Media Production for Social ChangeAndrea GraysonCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 250Applied Research MethodsDavid ConnerCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 250Applied Research MethodsDavid ConnorCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 251Contemporary Policy Issues: Community DevelopmentAsim ZiaCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 273Project Development & PlanningDan BakerCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 295Local Community InitiativesErin BuckwalterCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 295/395Diffusion and Public CommunicationSarah HeissCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE295Local Community InitiativesErin BuckwalterCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CS 292Senior SeminarAlison PechenickComputer Science
EDML 177Young Adolescent Literature & LiteracyCynthia ReyesMiddle Level Teacher Education
EDSC 207Development Theory and ApplicationJennifer Prue & Lia CravediSecondary Education
EDSC 215Reading in Secondary SchoolsAlan TinklerSecondary Education
EDSS 239Service Learning Internship ProgramMary Beth Barritt Education
EDTE 001Making a Difference: Exploring EducationJennifer PrueTeacher Education
ENVS 195Natural History of Centennial WoodsTeage OConnorEnvironmental Studies
ENVS 195Systems ThinkingLance PolyaEnvironmental Studies
ENVS 295Sustainability EducationThomas HudspethEnvironmental Studies
ENVS/PSS 212Advanced AgroecologyErnesto MendezEnvironmental Studies, Plant & Soil Sciences
HDFS 001Introduction to HDFS and Academic Service-LearningJacqueline WeinstockHuman Development & Family Studies
NR 001Natural History & Field EcologyLawrence ForcierRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
NR 206Environmental Problem Solving & Impact AssessmentMatt KolanRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
NR 243GIS PracticumJarlath ONeil-DunneRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
NR 285Community-based Natural Resource ManagementCecilia DanksRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
NR 285/WFB 285Wetlands Ecology & WildlifeEmily BrodskyRSENR
NR025Measurements & MappingZachary Ispa-LandaRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
POLS 021American Political SystemsEileen BurginPolitical Science
PR 138Park and Recreation DesignDavid RaphaelParks, Recreation, & Tourism
PRNU 127Health Promotion Across LifespanKathleen HallProfessional Nursing
SWSS 008 Civic Engagement & Self ReflectionLeon WallsSocial Work
SWSS 058Civic Engagement, Leadership & Public SpeakingLeon WallsSocial Work

Summer 2012

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
EDSS 239Service Learning Internship ProgramMary Beth Barritt Education
ENVS 195, PSS 195Agroforestry and Agroecology in Nicaragua Katherine GoodallPlant & Soil Sciences
NR 285Burlington & Beyond: A Regional, Contextual AnalysKaren NordstromRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources

Spring 2012

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
BSAD 196/ CDAE 295Cabot Marketing Challenge IIDavid ConnorBusiness Administration; Community Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 124Public Communication MediaThomas F. Patterson, Jr.Community Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 159Consumer Assistance ProgramSandra EverittCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 171Community & International Economic TransformationDan BakerCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 195 Applications of Sustainable Development in BelizeJay AshmanCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 295 Marketing Social Change: Food & HealthAndrea GraysonCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 295Advanced Applications of Sustainable DevelopmentMeg AshmanCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 295Public Communication CapstoneSarah HeissCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CE 175Senior Design ProjectMandar DewoolkarSchool of Engineering
EDSC 207Development Theory and ApplicationJennifer PrueSecondary Education
EDSC 215Reading in the Secondary SchoolsAlan TinklerSecondary Education
EDSC 225Teaching Social Studies in Secondary SchoolsBarri TinklerSecondary Education
EDSS 239Service Learning Internship ProgramMary Beth BarrittEducation
ENSC 285Recovery & Restoration of Altered EcosystemsWilliam KeetonRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
ENSC 285/ NR 285/ PSS 296Biomass to BiofuelsAnju DahiyaEnvironmental Sciences; RSENR; Plant & Soil Sciences
ENVS 187Campus SustainabilityStephen PosnerEnvironmental Studies
ENVS 204Creating Environmentally Sustainable CommunitiesThomas HudspethEnvironmental Studies
ENVS 295Modeling Environmental SystemsLance PolyaEnvironmental Studies
ENVS 295Adaptation to Climate ChangeAmy SeidlEnvironmental Studies
FOR 073Small Woodland ManagementNancy PatchForestry
FOR 235Forest Ecosystem HealthKimberly WallinForestry
GRNU 344Optimizing HealthMary Val PalumboGraduate Nursing
GRNU 357Older Adult CareMary Val PalumboGraduate Nursing
HCOL 186Ecological Approaches to Living Well in PlaceWalter PolemanHonors College
HCOL 186Ecology for SustainabilityDeane WangHonors College
NR 140Applied Environmental StatisticsJennifer PontiusRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
NR 185/ PRT 188Communities, Conservation, & Dvlpmt in Costa Rica Dave Kestenbaum Walt KuentzelRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources; PRT
NR 206Environmental Problem Solving & Impact AssessmentMatt KolanRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
NR 264Charlie Ross Env. Public Service PracticumClaire Ginger Larry ForcierRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
NR 285Environment & Art in Arid EcosystemsKimberly WallinRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
NR 285/ CDAE 295Rebuilding VermontCarrie Williams HoweRSENR; CDAE
NR 285/ HLTH 250/ CDAE 295Community Participatory ResearchErnesto Mendez Kate WestdijkRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources, Health, Community Developm
NR 378Place-based Landscape Analysis & Sustainability EdWalter Poleman Thomas HudspethRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
PRNU 241Community Public Health NursingHendrika MaltbyNursing
PRT 188Sustainable Landscape Design & ConstructionDavid RaphaelParks, Recreation, & Tourism
PSS 269Soil and Water Pollution and BioremediationDon RossPlant & Soil Sciences
SWSS 08Civic Engagement and Self-ReflectionLeon Walls Kailee Brickner-McDonaldSocial Work
SWSS 200Social Work Practice in IndiaJulie Richards George LeibowitzSocial Work
SWSS 58Civic Engagement: Leadership and Public SpeakingLeon Walls Kailee Brickner-McDonaldSocial Work
WFB 285Terrestrial WildlifeJames MurdochWildlife and Fisheries Biology

Fall 2011

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
CDAE 102Sustainable Community DevelopmentKelley Hamshaw & Erin BuckwalterCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 120Strategic Writing for PCOMJoyce HendleyCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 159Consumer Assistance ProgramSandra Everitt CDAE
CDAE 168Marketing: Community EntrepeneursDavid ConnorCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 186 & 286Sustainable Development in Small Island StatesKevin StapletonCDAE
CDAE 195Strategic WritingAllison ClearyCDAE
CDAE 195 / BSAD 195Cabot Marketing ChallengeDavid ConnerCDAE & BSAD
CDAE 250Applied Research MethodsDavid ConnerCDAE
CDAE 251Sustainable Development PolicyAsim ZiaCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 273Project Development & PlanningDan BakerCDAE
CDAE 295Rebuilding Vermont: Community Engagement in DisastCarrie Williams Kelley HamshawCommunity Development & Applied Economics
CDAE 295 Local Community InitiativesErin BuckwalterCDAE
CS 292 Senior SeminarAlison PechenickComputer Science
EDML 177Young Adolescent Literature & LiteracyCynthia ReyesMiddle Level Teacher Education
EDSC 207Adolescent Development: Ed/Psy PerspectiveJennifer PrueEducation
EDSC 215Reading in Secondary SchoolsAlan TinklerEducation
EDSS 195Indep. Study in Student LeadershipDeMethra BradleyCESS Deans Office
EDSS 239 S.L.I.P. SeminarMary Beth BarrittEducation
EDTEMaking a Difference: Exploring EducationLisa Cravedi & Jennifer PrueTeacher Education
ENVS 153EthnobotanyKit AndersonEnvironmental Studies
ENVS 156, PSS 156PermacultureKeith MorrisEnvironmental Studies, Plant & Soil Sciences
ENVS 195Natural History of Centennial WoodsTeague OConnorENVS
ENVS 195 / NR 185Systems ThinkingLance PolyaENVS
ENVS 295Sustainability EducationTom HudspethENVS
FTS 271Documentary ProductionDeb EllisEnglish/Film and Television Studies Program
GEOG 184 Geographic Information: Concepts & ApplicationsBeverley WempleGeography
HDFSField ExperienceJacqueline WeinstockHuman Development & Family Studies
HDFS 001Introduction to Human Development & Family StudiesJacqueline WeinstockIntegrated Professional Studies
NR 206Environmental Problem-Solving Matt KolanRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
NR 243GIS PracticumJarlath ONeil-DunneRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
NR 25Measurements & MappingWalter PolemanRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
NR 285 / ENVS 195Communicating about Sustainability Initiatives on Tom HudspethRSENR
PRT 138Parks & Recreation DesignDavid RaphaelParks, Recreation, & Tourism
PSS 212Advanced AgroecologyErnesto MendezPlant & Soil Sciences
SWSS 008 Civic Engagement & Self-ReflectionLeon WallsSocial Work
SWSS 058Civic Engagement, Leadership, Public SpeakingLeon WallsSocial Work

Summer 2011

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
ANFS 395Food Systems, Society and PolicyAmy TrubekNutrition and Food Science
EDSS 239S.L.I.P. SeminarMary Beth BarrittEducation
ENVS 195 / TR1 Agroforestry and Agroecology in NicaraguaKatie Goodall Chris ShanksPSS
PSS 156 / PSS 195PermacultureKeith MorrisCE / PSS

Spring 2011

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
CDAE 102Sustainable Community DevelopmentWilliam Sawyer Kelly HamshawCDAE
CDAE 106Renewable Energy WorkshopGary FlomenhoftCDAE
CDAE 171Community & International Economic TransformationDaniel BakerCDAE
CDAE 195Media Production for Social ChangeAndrea GraysonCDAE
CDAE 250Applied Research MethodsDavid ConnerCDAE
CDAE 295Public Communication CapstoneJessica HymanCDAE
CE 175Senior DesignMandar DewoolkarEngineering
EDEL 176Language Arts and Literacy SkillsJuliet HalladayEducation
EDHI 380Issues of Access in Higher EducationDorian McCoyEducation
EDSC 207Adolescent Development: Educational and PsychologiJennifer PrueEducation
EDSC 215Reading in Secondary SchoolsAlan TinklerEducation
EDSC 225Teaching Social Studies in Secondary SchoolBarri TinklerEducation
EDSS 195Independent Study in Student LeadershipJanet BossangeEducation
EDSS 239Service Learning InternshipMary Beth BarrittEducation
ENVS 187Campus Sustainability Ralph Stuart III RSENR
FR 235Forest Ecosystem HealthKimberly WallinRSENR
HLTH 296/ PSS 295/ EDLP 295/ CDAE 295 / NR 285Community Participatory ResearchHendrika Maltby Ernesto MendezHealth
JAPN 222Japanese for Communication IIKazuko SuzukiAsian Languages and Literatures
NR 140Applied Environmental StatisticsJennifer PontiusRSENR
NR 206Environmental Problem Solving & Impact AssessmentMatthew KolanRubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
NR 285Environment and Art in Arid Ecosystems Arad, IsraeKimberly WallinRSENR
NR 285Charlie Ross Environmental Public Service PracticuLarry ForcierRSENR
PA 306Policy SystemsAsim ZiaCDAE
PRNU 241 / MRLS 299Community/Public Health NursingHendrika MaltbyNursing
PSS 196Farm and Garden Systems in OaxacaJohn HaydenPlant and Soil Science
PSS 264Soil and Water ChemistryDon RossPlant and Soil Science
SOC 232Social Class and MobilityKatrinell Davis Sociology
SOC 286Service Learning InternshipKathy FoxSociology
SWSS 003Human Needs and Social ServicesJulie RichardsSocial Work
SWSS 008Civic Engagement & Self-ReflectionJaqueline BarnaSocial Work
SWSS 058Civic Engagement, Leadership, Public SpeakingJaqueline BarnaSocial Work

Winter 2011

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
CDAE 195Event Planning - Burlington Winter FestivalJessica HymanCDAE
CDAE 237Economics of SustainabilityJoshua FarleyCDAE
NR 185/RM188Intro to S-L: Communities, ConDavid Kestenbaum Walter KuentzelRSENR
PRNU 241Community/Public Health Nursing: BangladeshHendrika MaltbyNursing

Fall 2010

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
CDAE 120Strategic Writing for Public CommunicationAllison ClearyCDAE
CDAE 128The Consumer and AdvertisingTao SunCDAE
CDAE 159Consumer Assistance ProgramSandra EverittCDAE
CDAE 195Media Production for Social ChangeAndrea GraysonCDAE
CDAE 195Writing for Social ChangeAndrea GraysonCDAE
CDAE 195Sustainable Development - St. LuciaGary FlomenhoftCDAE
CDAE 295Community Design StudioDiane GayerCDAE
CDAE 295Local Community InitiativesWilliam SawyerCDAE
CDAE 295Sustainable Development PolicyAsim ZiaCDAE
CE 003Intro to Civil and Environmental EngineeringNancy HaydenCEMS
CS 292Senior SeminarAlison PechenickCEMS
EDLP 380Survey Research MethodsKieran KilleenEducation
EDSS 195Student Advisory CohortJanet BossangeCESS
EDSS 239S.L.I.P. SeminarMary Beth BarrittCESS
ENVS 095Coffee and Ecology LivlihoodsErnesto MendezENVS
ENVS 154Traditional Ecological KnowledgeKit AndersonENVS
ENVS 195Systems Thinking for SustainabilityLance PolyaENVS
ENVS 195Toxics Policy and the PublicRalph StuartENVS
ENVS 212Advanced AgroecologyErnesto MendezENVS
ENVS 295Sustainability EducationTom HudspethENVS
GEOG 195Geographies of YouthMeghan CopeGeography
GEOG 244DendrochronologyShelly RaybackGeography
HDFS 001Human Development and Family StudiesJackie WeinstockHDFS
NR 025Measurements and MappingWalt PolemanRSENR
NR 185Ecological CitizenshipWalt PolemanRSENR
NR 185Systems ThinkingLance PolyaRSENR
NR 206Environmental Prob Sol & Impact AssessmtMatt KolanRSENR
NR 243GIS PracticumJarlath ONeil-DunneRSENR
PRNU 127Health Promotion Across LifespansHendrika MaltbyNursing
PSS 212Advanced AgroecologyErnesto MendezPlant and Soil Science
RM 138Park and Recreation DesignDavid RaphaelRSENR
RM 188Sustainable Landscape Design and ConstructionDavid RaphaelRSENR
STAT 141BBasic Statistical MethodsSheila WeaverStatistics

Summer 2010

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
ENVS 195Intro to EthnobotanyKit AndersonENVS
ENVS 195Agroforestry and Agroecology PracticumChris ShanksENVS
GRNU 338Hendrika MaltbyNursing
JAPN 095Cultural Exchange: JapanKazuko SuzukiJAPN
NR 385Art and Environment in Arid EcosystemsKimberly WallinRSENR

Spring 2010

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
CDAE 106Renewable Energy WorkshopGary FlomenhoftCDAE
CDAE 124Public Communication MediaTom PattersonCDAE
CDAE 171Community and International Econ TransformationDan BakerCDAE
CDAE 195Media Production for Social ChangeAndrea GraysonCDAE
CDAE 195Prep for Field Work in HondurasDan BakerCDAE
CDAE 195Writing Social ChangeAndrea GraysonCDAE
CDAE 195Applications of Sustainable DevelopmentJeff FrankCDAE
CDAE 291Community and International DevelopmentDan BakerCDAE
CDAE 295Prep for Field Work in HondurasDan BakerCDAE
CDAE 295Sustainable Development PolicyAsim ZiaCDAE
CDAE 295Strategic Web DevelopmentAnna MasozeraCDAE
CDAE 295Public Communication CapstoneJessica HymanCDAE
CE 175Senior Design SeminarMandar DewoolkarCivil Engineering
EDSC 225Teaching Social Studies in Secondary Schools Barri TinklerEducation
EDSS 195Independent Study in Student LeadershipJanet BossangeEducation
EDSS 239Service-Learning InternshipMary Beth BarrittEducation
ENSC 201The Recovery and Restoration of Altered EcosystemsMary WatzinEnvironmental Science
ENVS 204Creating Sustainable CommunitiesTom HudspethEnvironmental Studies
FOR 073Small Woodland ManagementMike SnyderRSENR
FOR 285Forest Ecosystem HealthKimberly WallinForestry
GEOL 185Intermediate Remote SensingLesley-Ann Geology
JAPN 222Japanese for Communication IIKazuko SuzukiJapanese
NFS 295Hunger and Food Insecurity: From Burlington to BelLinda BerlinNutrition and Food Sciences
NR 140Applied Environmental StatisticsJennifer PontiusNatural Resources
NR 206Environmental Prob Sol & Impact AssessmtMatt KolanRSENR
NR 285C Ross Environmental Leadership PracticumLarry ForcierNatural Resources
NR 385Land Conservation (Theory and Practice)Steve LibbyNatural Resources
PBIO 295Ecosystem Services ModelingKenneth BagstadPlant Biology
POLS 279Asian Politics and FilmMatthew CarlsonPolitical Science
PRNU 241Community/Public Health NursingHendrika MaltbyNursing
PSS 196Farm and Garden Systems, OaxacaJohn HaydenPlant and Soil Science
PSS 196Community Gardening in DRJohn HaydenPlant and Soil Science
PSS 196Community Gardening in DRJohn HaydenPlant and Soil Science
PSS 269Soil and Water Pollution and BioremediationDon RossPlant and Soil Science
SPAN 010Travel Study, Dominican RepublicMcKew DevittSpanish
SWSS 003Human Needs and Social ServicesJulie RichardsSocial Work

Winter 2010

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
CDAE 195Event PlanningJessica HymanCDAE
CDAE 195Migrant Hispanic Farm Workers in VTDavid ChappelleCDAE
SWSS 200Social Work Practice in IndiaJulie RichardsSocial Work

Fall 2009

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
CDAE 120Strategic Writing for Public Communication Anna MasozeraCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 195Sustainable Development in Island Economies - St. Gary FlomenhoftCDAE
CDAE 251Contemporary Policy Issues and Community DevelopmeDan BakerCDAE
CDAE 295Local Community InitiativesWilliam SawyerCDAE
EDSS 195Independent Study in Student LeadershipJanet BossangeCESS
EDSS 195Student Advisory CohortJanet BossangeEducation
EDSS 239Service-Learning Internship ProgramMary Beth BarrittEducation
ENVS 195Systems Thinking for SustainabilityLance PolyaEnvironmental Studies
ENVS 294Environmental EducationTom HudspethEnvironmental Studies
HDFS 001Introduction to Human DevelopmentJessice McCloudHDFS
HLTH 295/PA 295/NR 285Community Based Participatory ResearchHendrika MaltbyHealth
NR 025 Measurements and Mapping of Natural ResourcesWalter PolemanRSENR
NR 185Ecological CitizenshipWalter PolemanNatural Resources
NR 206Env Prob Sol & Impact AssessmentMatt KolanNatural Resources
NR 243GIS PracticumJarlath O'Neil-DunneNatural Resources
NR 285/RM 255Environmental InterpretationTom HudspethNatural Resources
NR 385Designing Learning Environments for a Sustainable Matt KolanNatural Resources
PA 306Introduction to Public PolicyAsim ZiaPublic Administration
PRNU 127Health Prom across LifespanMargaret PoppeNursing
RM 138Park and Recreation DesignDavid RaphaelRSNER
STAT 141BBasic Statistical MethodsSheila WeaverStatistics

Summer 2009

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
EDSS 239Service-Learning Internship ProgramMary Beth BarrittEducation
NR 285Hardwick Community Development and DesignDiane GayerNatural Resources
PSS 195/ENVS 195Agroforestry and Agroecology Practicum in NicaraguMichael BlazewiczPlant and Soil Science

Spring 2009

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
CDAE 124Public Communications MediaThomas PattersonCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 171Community & International Economic TransformationDan BakerCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 195Media Production for Social ChangeAndrea GraysonCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 195Applications of Sustainable Development: BelizeJay AshmanCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 195/CDAE 295Prep for Field work in HondurasDan BakerCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 291Community and International DevelopmentDan BakerCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 295Introduction to the Nonprofit FieldCarrie Williams HoweCommunity Dev. and Applied Econ.
CE 175Senior Design SeminarMandar DewoolkarCivil and Environmental Engineering
CE 281Geotechnical DesignMandar DewoolkarCivil Engineering
EDEL 197America ReadsSusan PattersonEducation
EDSS 055Tutoring: Theory and PracticeAnita LongEducation
EDSS 195Independent Study in Student LeadershipJanet BossangeCESS
EDSS 239Service-Learning Internship ProgramMary Beth BarrittEducation
ENSC 201Recovery and Restoration of Altered EcosystemsMary WatzinEnvironmental Science
ENVS 195Systems Thinking for SustainabilityLance PolyaEnvironmental Studies
ENVS 204Creating Environmentally Sustainable CommunitiesThomas HudspethEnvironmental Studies
ENVS 295Comparative Mountain Systems Ecology, ConservationRick ParadisEnvironmental Studies
ENVS 295Climate Action Planning for UVMRalph StuartEnvironmental Studies
ENVS 296/PSS 296Cafe (en) Tacuba: El SalvadorErnesto MendezEnvironmental Studies
FOR 285Forest Ecosystem HealthKimberly WallinForestry
FOR 73Small Woodland ManagementMichael SnyderForestry
HST 196Maritime History and Archaeology of Lake ChamplainScott McLaughlinHistory
JAPN 202Studies of Japanese TextsKazuko Suzuki CarlsonJapanese
NFS 274Community Practicum BerlinNutrition and Food Sciences
NR 140Natural Resource BiostatisticsJennifer PontiusNatrual Resources
NR 206Env Prob Sol & Impact Assessment KolanNatural Resources
PA 395International Climate Change PolicyAsim ZiaPublic Administration
POLS 230VT Legislative Research ShopAnthony GierzynskiPolitical Science
PRNU 241Community Public Health Nursing in BangladeshHendrika MaltbyNursing
SWSS 003Human Needs and Social ServicesJulie RichardsSocial Work
SWSS 003Human Needs and Social Services PaolucciSocial Work

Winter 2009

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
CDAE 195/295Event PlanningLynn GregoryCommunity Development and Applied Economics
PRNU 241Community Public Health Nursing in BangladeshHendrika MaltbyNursing
PSS 196Community Gardening and Agro-forestry in the DominJohn HaydenPlant and Soil Science
SWSS 200Social Work Practice in IndiaJulie RichardsSocial Work

Fall 2008

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
CDAE 106Dominica Renewable Energy WorkshopGary FlomenhoftCommunity Development & Applied Econ.
CDAE 120Strategic Writing for Public CommunicationMarguerite AshmanCommunity Development & Applied Econ.
CDAE 195Sustainable Development in Island EconomiesGary FlomenhoftCommunity Development & Applied Econ.
CDAE 250Research MethodsKen BauerCommunity Development & Applied Econ.
CDAE 273Project Planning and Dev.Dan BakerCommunity Development and Applied Econ.
CDAE 295Community Design StudioDiane GayerCommunity Dev. & Applied Econ.
CE 003Introduction to Civil & Environmental EngineeringNancy HaydenCE
CS 195Advanced Visual Basic.NETAlison PechenickComputer Science
CS 292Senior SeminarAlison PechenickComputer Science
EDSS 055Tutoring Theory and PracticeAnita LongEDSS
EDSS 239Service-Learning Internship ProgramMary Beth BarrittEDSS
ENVS 095Educating the Residential CommunityChristina EricksonENVS
ENVS 195/ NR 285Greening AikenCami Davis & Diane GayerEnvironmental/Natural Resources
ENVS 294Environmental EducationThomas HudspethEnvironmental Studies
GEOG 295AChildrens' GeographyMeghan CopeGeography
HDFS 001Intro to Human Dev. & Family StudiesJackie WeinstockHuman Dev. & Family Studies
MATH 95AMathematics & Social JusticeSheila WeaverMath
NR 025Measurement and MappingWalter PolemanNatural Resources
NR 206A&BEnvironmental Problem SolvingMatthew KolanNatural Resources
NR 228Ecosystem EcologyDeane WangRSENR
NR 243GIS PracticumJarlath O'Neil-DunneNatural Resources
NR/PA/HLTH 295Community-Based Participatory ResearchHendrika MaltbyMultiple
NR285/NR378GIS analysis of New York City's EcologyAustin TroyNatural Resources
PA 306Introduction to Public PolicyAsim ZiaPublic Administration
POLS 21American Political SystemEileen BurginPolitical Science
POLS 279Asian Politics and FilmMatthew CarlsonPolitical Science
PRNU 127Health Promotion Accross the LifespanHendrika MaltbyNursing
SOC 220Internships in GerontologyStephen CutlerSociology
STAT 51A&BProbability with StatisticsSheila WeaverStatistics
WGST 073Women's StudiesVicki TorschWomen's and Gender Studies

Summer 2008

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
JAPN 095Cultural Exchange Trip to JapanKazuko SuzukiAsian Languages and Literatures
PA 295Intro to Nonprofit FieldCarrie Williams HowePublic Administration

Spring 2008

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
CDAE 171Community and International Economic TransformatioDan BakerCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 195Sustainable Community Development in BelizeJay AshmanCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 195Leadership for Community EngagementCarrie Williams HoweCommunity Development and Applied Econ.
CDAE 195Leadership for Community EngagementCarrie Williams HoweCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 195Public Communications MediaTom PattersonCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 250Research MethodsKen BauerCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 295Public Communications CaptstoneLynn GregoryCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CE 134Modeling Environmental & Transportation SystemsDonna RizzoCivil & Env. Engineering
CE 175Senior Design SeminarNancy HaydenCivil & Env. Engineering
EDEL 197America ReadsSusan PattersonEducation
EDSS 055Tutoring Theory and PracticeAnita LongEducation
EDSS 239Service-Learning Internship ProgramMary Beth BarrittEducation
Eng 112Investigating LiteracyNancy WelchEnglish
ENSC 201Recovery and Restoration of Altered EcosystemsMary WatzinEnvironmental Science
ENVS 096Eco-Reps: Educating the Residential CommunityChristina EricksonEnvironmental Studies
FOR 073Small Woodland ManagementMichael SnyderForestry
FOR 285Forest Ecosystem HealthKimberly WallinForestry
HST 196Graveyards, Tombs, and UndertakersScott McLaughli McLaughlinHistory
JAPN 202Studies of Japanese TextsKazuko SuzukiAsian Studies
MATH 095AMathematics and Social JusticeSheila WeaverMathematics
NR 285 Z2Leadership for SustainabilityMonica McKennaNatural Resources
NR 285DEnvironment/Nat Res. Public Service PracticumLawrence ForcierNatural Resources
POLS 230VT Legislative Research ShopAnthony GierzynskiPolitical Science
PSS 269Soil and Water Pollution and BioremediationDonald RossPlant and Soil Science
SOC 296Service-Learning InternshipKathy FoxSociology
Soc 296Civic Engagement, Political Activism, and NonprofiEd WalkerSociology
STAT 051Probability with StatisticsSheila WeaverStatistics
SWSS 003Human Needs and Social ServicesJulie RichardsSocial Work
SWSS 03Human Needs and Social ServicesKendra Pineda-MassariSocial Work
WGST 73Intro to Women's StudiesVicki TorschWomen's and Gender Studies

Winter 2008

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
CDAE 195/PA 395Event PlanningLynn GregoryCommunity Development and Applied Economics
Geog 190International Field Studies / Vieques, Puerto RicoSasha DavisGeography
PRNU 241Community Public Health Nursing in BangladeshHendrika MaltbyNursing
PSS 196Community Gardening in the DRJohn HaydenPlant and Soil Science
SWSS 200Social Work Practice in IndiaJulie RichardsSocial Work

Fall 2007

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
CDAE 195Dominica Renewable Energy WorkshopGary FlomenhoftCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 195Sustainable Development in Island Economies-St. LuGary FlomenhoftCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 195Strategic Writing for Public CommunicationsMeg AshmanCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 251Contemporary Policy Issues in Community and Int'lDan BakerCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CE 003Intro to Civil & Environmental EngineeringNancy HaydenCivil & Env. Engineering
CE 281Geotechnical DesignMandar DewoolkarCivil Engineering
EDEL 197America Reads/CountsSusan PattersonEducation
EDSS 055Tutoring Theory and PracticeAnita LongEducation
EDSS 239Service-Learning Internship ProgramMary Beth BarrittEducation/Career Services
ENGS 107US Literacy PoliticsNancy WelchEnglish
ENVS 095Educating the Residential CommunityChristina EricksonEnvironmental Science
ENVS/CDAE 295HIV/AIDS Prevention Education in Migrant Haitian CJon EricksonEnvironmental Studies/Community Development
EVNS 294Environmental EducationTom HudspethEnvironmental Studies
HDFS 001Intro to Human Development and Family StudiesJackie WeinstockHuman Development and Family Studies
HLTH 105Cultural Health CareHendrika MaltbyHealth Sciences
HST 184Vermont HistoryScott McLaughlinHistory
HST 195New World SeafaringScott McLaughlinHistory
MATH 95AMathematics and Social JusticeSheila WeaverMathematics & Statistics
NR 385Simulation ModelingRoel BoumansNatural Resources
PA 295, NR 285, HLTH 295Community-Based Participatory ResearchHendrika MaltbyPublic Admin, Natural Resources, Health
POLS 279Asian PoliticsMatthew CarlsonPolitical Science
PRNU 110The Art & Science of NursingTo Be DeterminedNursing
PRNU 127Health PromotionHendrika MaltbyNursing
PT 350Professional Practicum in Physical TherapyAnn Greenan-NaumannPhysical Therapy
RM255Environmental InterpretationTom HudspethRecreation Management
SOC 220Internships in GerontologyStephen CutlerSociology
STAT 51A&CProbability with StatisticsSheila WeaverMathematics and Statistics

Summer 2007

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
ANTH 200Field Work in Archaeology (Anguilla)John CrockAnthropology
CDAE, PSS, ENVS 195Coffee as Crop, Commodity, Culture, and ConservatiJeanne FossaniCDAE, Env. Science, Plant & Soil Science
ENVS 204/295Sustainability Field StudiesTom HudspethEnvironmental Studies
ENVS/PSS 296; CDAE 295Cafe (en) Tacuba: Coffee Landscape of El SalvadorErnesto MendezEnvironmental Science, Plant & Soil Science, CDAE
PA 295Careers for the Greater Good; Nonprofit FieldCarrie Williams HowePublic Administration
SPAN 095Medical SpanishIrma ValerianoSpanish

Spring 2007

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
AIS 095/JAPN 095Cultural Exchange Trip to JapanKazuko SuzukiJapanese Language
ANTH 196Archaeology in the ClassroomScott McLaughlinAnthropology/Education
ANTH 296Tourism and HeritageElizabeth SmithAnthropology
CDAE 171Community & International Economic TransformationDan BakerCDAE
CDAE 195 CPublic Communications MediaTom PattersonCDAE
CDAE 195 HProject-Based Learning in BelizeGary FlomenhoftCDAE
CDAE 195 Z5Intro to the Nonprofit FieldCarrie Williams HoweCDAE
CDAE 195A & 295APreparation for Fieldwork in HondurasDaniel BakerCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 291BCommunity & International DevelopmentDan BakerCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 295Payment for Ecosystems ServicesJoshua FarleyCommunity Development and Applied Economics
CDAE 295/195 Z1, PSS, ASCI, NFSGoing LocalRichard SchrammCDAE, PSS, ASCI, NFS,
ECON 230City & Regional Economic DevelopmentNancy BrooksEconomics
EDCO 381Counseling for Career and Lifestyle DevelopmentXimena MejiaCounseling / Int. Prof. Studies
EDSS 055Tutoring Theory and PracticeAnita LongEducation
EDSS 239Service-Learning InternshipMary Beth BarrittEducation
ENSC 201Recovery and Restoration of Altered EcosystemsMary WatzinRSENR
ENVS 295Comparative Mountain SystemsRick ParadisEnvironmental Program
FOR 285BCommunity-Based ForestryCecilia DanksForestry
FOR 73Small Woodland ManagementMike SnyderForestry
GEOG 190From De-Militarization to Re-Development; ViequesSasha DavisGeography
HCOL 196HHistory, Science, Politics of Climate ChangeJen JenkinsRSENR
HDFS 267Advanced Seminar in Sexual IdentitiesJacqueline WeinstockIntegrated Professional Studies
HST 196Maritime HistoryScott McLaughlinHistory
MATH 95AMath of Social JusticeSheila WeaverMathematics & Statistics
NR 185FConservation and Comm. Serv. Leadership Sem & PracDean WangRSENR
NR 285Leadership for SustainabilityMonica McKennaNatural Resources & Continuing Ed
POLS 279BAsian Politics and FilmMatthew CarlsonPolitical Science
POLS 296Vermont Legislative Research ShopAnthony GierzynskiPolitical Science
PRNU 110The Art & Science of NursingJane BirnnNursing
SOC 220Internship in GerontologyStephen CutlerSociology
SOC 296BService-Learning InternshipsKathryn FoxSociology
STAT 51AStatistics with ProbabilitySheila WeaverMathematics & Statistics
STAT 51BProbability with StatisticsKarla KarstensMathematics and Statistics
SWSS 3Human Needs and Social ServicesPhyllis Paolucci-WhitcombSocial Work
SWSS 3Human Needs and Social ServicesJulie RichardsSocial Work

Winter 2007

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
GEOG 190From De-Militarization to Re-Development; Vieques,Sasha DavisGeography

Fall 2006

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
ANTH 188Historical ArchaeologyScott McLaughlinAnthropology
ANTH 195Nautical ArchaeologyScott McLaughlinAnthropology
ASCI 296/ ENVS 295/ CDAE 295Travel Study in Dominican RepublicPatricia (and Jon) EricksonASCI
CDAE 195Strategic Writing for Public CommunicationsMeg AshmanCDAE
CDAE 195Sustainable Development in Island Economics (St. LGary FlomenhoftCDAE
CDAE 273Project Planning and DevelopmentDan BakerCDAE
CE 003Introduction to Civil and Environmental EngineerinNancy HaydenCivil and Environmental Engineering
CE 281Geotechnical DesignMandar DewoolkarCivil and Environmental Engineering
CS 008BIntroduction to WWW DesignRobert EricksonComputer Science
CS 292Senior SeminarAlison PechencikComputer Science
EDSS 55Tutoring Theory and PracticeAnita LongEducation
ENGS 107US Literacy PoliticsNancy WelchEnglish
HDFS 001/ HDFS 055Introduction to Human Development and Family StudiJackie WeinstockHuman Development and Family Studies
HLTH 105Cultural Health CareHendrika MaltbyNursing
HLTH 108Explorations in Public HealthFiona PattersonHealth / Social Work
HST 195New World SeafaringScott McLaughlinHistory
MLRS 001First Year SeminarBurton WilckeMedical lab and Radiation Sciences
POLS 21EAmerican Political SystemsEileen BurginPolitical Science
PRNU 127Health Promotion Across the LifespanHendrika MaltbyNursing
PSS 261Soil Morphology Classification and Land UseDon RossPlant and Soil Science
PT 350Professional PracticumAnn Greenan-NaumannPhysical Therapy
SOC 220Internships in GerontologyStephen CutlerSociology
STAT 51 A&BProbability with StatisticsSheila WeaverMathematics and Statistics
WGST 73Introduction to Women's StudiesHelga SchreckenbergerWomen & Gender Studies

Summer 2006

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
AIS 095Cultural Exchange Trip to JapanKazuko SuzukiAsian Studies
CDAE ?Fundraising CampaignsLynn GregoryCommunity Development and Applied Econ.
EDSS 055Service-Learning Internship ProgramMary Beth BarrittEducation/Career Services
EDSS 200Teaching Archaeology K-12Scott McLaughlinEducation
GEOG 190From Demilitarization to Redevelopment: ViequesSasha DavisGeography
HST 195Cemeteries as Social DocumentsScott McLaughlinHistory
HST 195Small History Museum Curation PracticesScott McLaughlinHistory
PA 295 (and cross-listed)Working for the Greater Good: Exp. in Nonprofit FiCarrie WilliamsMultiple
SPAN 095Spanish for Health Sciences and Social Work: OaxacIrma ValerianoRomance Languages
STAT 111Elements of StatisticsSheila WeaverMathematics / Statistics

Spring 2006

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
ACSI 298HZoo Conservation through Local EducationPatricia EricksonAnimal Science
BOT 295Landscape and Inventory AssessmentWalter PolemanBotany
CDAE 102Sustainable Community DevelopmentJennifer GreeneCommunity Development and Applied Econ.
CDAE 171, 195, 291, 295Community and International Econ. TransformationDaniel BakerCommunity Development and Applied Econ.
CDAE 195Dominica Renewable Energy WorkshopGary FlomenhoftCommunity Development and Applied Econ.
CDAE 195 EPublic Communication MediaTom PattersonCommunity Development and Applied Econ.
CDAE 295 / PA 395Community Economic DevelopmentRichard SchrammCDAE / Public Administration
CDAE 295 CCommunication Applied LiveLynn GregoryCommunity Development and Applied Econ.
CS 148BDatabase DesignBob EricksonComputer Science
EDEL 197America Reads * CountsBarbara RussEducation
EDSS 055Service-Learning Internship ProgramMary Beth BarrittCareer Services
EDSS 055Tutoring Theory and PracticeFran KahnEducation
ENSC 201Recovery and Restoration of Altered EcosystemsMary WatzinEnvironmental Science
FREN 52Intermediate Reading and ConversationMeaghan EmeryFrench/Romance Languages
HCOL 196JReading the Holocaust Through French TextsMeaghan EmeryHonors College
JAPN 102Advanced JapaneseKazuko SuzukiJapanese
JAPN 202Studies of Japanese TextsKazuko SuzukiJapanese
POLS 21American Political SystemsEileen BurginPolitical Science
POLS 279Politics of Japan and ChinaMatthew CarlsonPolitical Science
POLS 296The Vermont Legislative ProcessAnthony GierzynskiPolitical Science
PRNU 110Art and Science of NursingSarah AbramsProfessional Nursing
SOC 220Internships in GerontologyStephen CutlerSociology
SOC 296Service-Learning InternshipsKathy FoxSociology
STAT 111Elements of StatisticsNeil AguiarStatistics
STAT 51Probability with StatisticsSheila WeaverStatistics
SWSS 003Human Needs and Social ServicesJulie RichardsSocial Work
SWSS 003Human Needs and Social ServicesPhyllis Paolucci WhitcombSocial Work
WGST 73Introduction to WomenVicki TorschWomen & Gender Studies

Fall 2005

Course Number Course Name Professor Department
BMT 1BMT First Year SeminarBurton WilckeBiomedical Technologies
CDAE 195Sustainable Development in Small Island StatesJay AshmanCDAE
CDAE 195DStrategic Writing for Public CommunicationMeg AshmanCommunity Development and Applied Econ.
CDAE 251Contemporary IssuesDaniel BakerCDAE
CE 248Hazardous Waste ManagementNancy HaydenCivil and Environmental Engineering
CE 281Geotechnical DesignMandar DewoolkarCivil & Environmental Engineering
EDPE 260Adapted Physical ActivitySusan KasserEducation
ENVS 294Environmental EducationTom HudspethEnvironmental Program
ENVS/CDAE 295Travel-Study in AIDS Education and Batey LifeJon EricksonRubenstein School / CDAE
GEOG 246Climatology and Natural HazardsLesley-Ann Dupigny-GirouxGeography
HDFS 001Introduction to HDFSJacqueline WeinstockIntegrated Professional Studies
HDFS 055Academic Service-LearningJacqueline WeinstockIntegrated Professional Studies
NH 108Explorations in Public HealthFiona PattersonSocial Work
NR 378Tourism Issues in the Northern ForestLisa ChaseRubenstein School
NURS 105Cultural Health CareRycki MaltbyNursing
PA 306Intro to Public PolicyJosh FarleyPublic Administration
POLS 195 CPolitics of JapanMatthew CarlsonPolitical Science
POLS 21 (TAP)American Political SystemsEileen BurginPolitical Science
PRNU 127Health Promotion Across the LifespanRycki MaltbyNursing
RM255Environmental InterpretationTom HudspethRecreation Management
SOC 220Internship in GerontologyStephen CutlerSociology
SOC 295Service-Learning InternshipsKathy FoxSociology
STAT 111Elements of StatisticsNeil AguiarMathematics/Statistics
STAT 51Probability with StatisticsSheila WeaverMath/Statistics
SWSS 2Foundations of Social WorkJulie RichardsSocial Work