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Autumn Quarter 2022 Time Schedule

SCHOOL MARINE AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS
(COLLEGE OF THE ENVIRONMENT )

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Enrl        Sect                                                                                             Crs
Restr   SLN  ID Cred    Meeting Times     Bldg/Rm       Instructor                 Status Enrl/Lim   Grades  Fee Other
 ?       ?       ?           ?             ?               ?                         ?       ?         ?      ?    ?

SMEA   499  UNDERGRAD RESEARCH
 IS    21307 A  1-15    to be arranged                                             Open      0/  10                      
                        UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH                                      

SMEA   500  HUMAN DIMENSIONS
Restr  21308 A  3       TTh    830-950    FSH  108      Beaudreau,Anne H.          Open     38/  45                      

SMEA   521  CLIMATE CHG GOVERN
       21309 A  3       MW     230-350    CDH  135      Dolsak,N                   Open     48/  65                      

SMEA   540  MAR RESOURCE PLAN
Restr  21310 A  3       TTh    1030-1150  MUE  155      Aceves Bueno,E             Open     17/  45                      

SMEA   550  SPECIAL TOPICS
       21311 A  1       Th     1200-1250  MAR  268      Beaudreau,Anne H.          Open     19/  30  CR/NC               
                        SMEA SPEAKERS SERIES. STUDENTS                              
AUGMENT ATTENDANCE AT THE SMEA
SPEAKER SERIES THROUGH READING
RAISING QUESTIONS, AND INTERACTIONS

WITH THE SPEAKERS, AS WELL AS
GENERATING DISCUSSION AMONG STUDENT
&
FACULTY ON SELECTED TOPIC IN MARINE
&
ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS. COURSE WILL
MEET 5 TIMES DURING THE QTR. (DATES

TBD).
Restr  21312 B  3       MW     900-1020   MAR  268      Woelfle-Hazard,Cleo A.     Open     10/  25                      
                        CRITICAL & IMAGINATIVE RESTORATION                          
ECOLOGIES.
DESCRIPTION: READINGS EXPLORE
ECOLOGICAL, GEOGRAPHIC, SOCIAL, AND
POLITICAL DIMENSIONS OF ECOLOGICAL
RESTORATION. STUDENTS PRODUCE
SPECULATIVE FICTION AND CRITICAL
ANALYSIS OF AN ECOLOGICAL
REHABILITATION PROJECT
Restr  21313 C  3       F      1000-250   MAR  168      Klinger,Terrie             Open     21/  25           $45        
                        PUGET SOUND FIELD COURSE. OFFERS                            
REGIONAL CONTEXT FOR THEMES OF
INTEREST WITHIN SMEA. WE WILL VISIT
SITES REPRESENTING NATURAL ASSETS,
ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, URBAN US
NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT,
FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE, AND
CULTURAL HERITAGE. VISITS ARE USED
TO EXAMINE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN SOCI
AND ENVIRONMENT IN THE REGION.
       23313 D  3       W      1130-120   MAR  268      Weng,Yen-Chu               Open     16/  20  CR/NC               
                        QUALITATIVE CONTENT ANALYSIS.                               
PRACTICAL LEARNING OF ATLAS.TI
STUDENTS CAN USE THEIR THESIS OR
PROJECT DATA FOR ANALYSIS
CONTACT YWENG@UW.EDU

SMEA   572  EJ FIELD COURSE
       21314 A  5       F      1030-220   CDH  125      Christie,P                 Open     11/  12                %J    
                        SATISFIES SMEA EEJ REQUIREMENT.                             

SMEA   584  MAR&ENVIR STATISTICS
Restr  21316 A  3       TTh    200-320    ARC  G070     Kelly,Ryan                 Open     34/  45                      
                        STATISTICS FOR POLICY ANALYSIS                              
INTRODUCES STATISTICS APPLIED TO
POLICY ANALYSIS. COVERS THE BASICS
OF DATA COLLECTION AND SAMPLING
STRATEGIES, DATA VISUALIZATION,
PROBABILITY, DISTRIBUTIONS OF RANDO
VARIABLES AND THE CENTRAL LIMIT
THEOREM, HYPOTHESIS TESTING, ANOVA,
AND LINEAR REGRESSION ANALYSIS.

SMEA   600  INDEPNDNT STDY/RSCH
 IS   >21317 A  VAR     to be arranged                                                       1/  50                      
                        INDEPENDENT STUDY APPROVAL FORM                             
REQUIRED TO ENROLL. CONTACT TIFFANY
DION AT TLCDION@UW.EDU.
 IS   >21318 B  VAR     to be arranged                                                      36/  50  CR/NC               
                        INDEPENDENT STUDY APPROVAL FORM                             
REQUIRED TO ENROLL. CONTACT TIFFANY
DION AT TLCDION@UW.EDU.

SMEA   650  MAR&ENVIR CAPSTONE
 IS    21319 A  1-9     to be arranged                                             Open     20/  25E CR/NC               
                        COURSE REQUIRES INDEPENDENT STUDY                           
AGREEMENT FORM. PLEASE SEE TIFFANY
DION TLCDION@UW.EDU FOR MORE
INFORMATION.

SMEA   700  MASTERS THESIS
 IS   >21320 A  VAR     to be arranged                                                      11/  50                      
                        INDEPENDENT STUDY APPROVAL FORM                             
REQUIRED TO ENROLL. CONTACT TIFFANY
DION AT TLCDION@UW.EDU.