Maria Ursula Valdez
B CUSP 140
Offers introductory practice in laboratory and quantitative techniques, a history of one or more of the sciences, and reflection on the relationship between science and its function in the larger society. Topics vary. Offered: AWSp.
ALL THINGS…..CROWS!! Have you seen the hundreds of crows that come and roost in campus? Well, this class is aimed at learning everything you could have ever imagine about crows. This class will cover an exploration of the natural history, ecology and behavior of crows but also explore on their different associations with human society. You will learn about the influence of crow species in the PNW and all over the world in human aspects such as history, literature, culture, literature, mythology, arts and many more. Join this class for a real interdisciplinary and unique approach to learn about one of the most interesting bird species.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
short lectures, student seminars, videos and reading discussions, group project, creative piece to communicate to larger audiences
keep an eye for notes on crows natural history or other interactions with humans
Class assignments and grading
Seminars, discussions, essays, group project, creative piece
A total of 295 points can be achieved, grades are assigned based on the percentage obtained. Refer to UW grade percentage for details