Montana State University

Montana State University

CLS 101: KNOWLEDGE AND COMMUNITY

  • Spring 2015, 20 students
  • Co-instructor
  • “Small seminar-style classes. Introduction to university study and the excitement of intellectual inquiry. Participation in a community of learners. Readings in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Emphasis on critical thinking, effective communication, and active learning.”

ENVS 110: LAND RESOURCES & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

  • Fall 2013, 75 students
  • Fall 2011, 75 students
  • Teaching Assistant
  • “Introduction to environmental science associated with managed and natural ecosystems. Students will learn how to identify scientific questions from issues, and how to develop scientifically-based objective information for answering environmental and land management questions. The class is a survey of the department’s majors in agroecology, environmental biology, geospatial sciences, land rehabilitation, and soil and water science.”
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