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University of Wisconsin–Madison

Participating Courses

A key component of the program is the integration of the book into courses offered in departments across campus. Some courses will use the book on their required reading lists, while others will offer themes related to the book as optional topics for papers and presentations. All students who are enrolled in these courses will receive a free copy of the book.

Participating Courses Fall 2018:

Art 999: Graduate Independent Study

Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences 171: Global Change

Biology 101

Civil Engineering 619: Hydroscience

Civil Engineering 919: Hydraulic Engineering & Fluid Mechanics Seminar

Conservation and Environmental Science 140: Introduction to Community and Environmental Sociology

Communication Arts 100

Communication Arts 181

Communication Arts 476: The Nature of Criticism

Counseling Psychology 125: A Wisconsin Experience Seminar

Counseling Psychology 620

Curriculum and Instruction 371: Teaching Social Studies

Dance 132 Workshop: Body Studies – Zena Rommett Floor Barre Technique

Ecology 460

Education 240: Critical Aspects of Teaching, Schooling, and Education, Dept. of Curriculum & Instruction

English 100: Introduction to College Composition

English 140: The Wild, the Threatened, and the Toxic: Environmental Literature in 20th and 21st C. America

Entomology 375: Global Biodiversity and the Sixth Mass Extinction

Environmental Studies 600: People, Planet, and Sustainability

Genetics 133: Genetics in the News

Geoscience 106: Environmental Geology

Integrated Agriculture 155: Issues in Agriculture and Life Sciences

Integrated Engineering 170: Design Practicum

Integrated Liberal Studies 253: Ancient Texts/Modern Contexts

Integrated Science 140 – Exploring Service in Science

Journalism 405: Creative Non-fiction

Kinesiology 900: Seminar

LAW 854-16: Government and Legislative Clinic

Library and Information Science 601

Life Sciences Communication 360: Information Radio

Nursing 437: Social Justice in Local and Global Settings

Public Affairs 800

Science and Technology Studies 902– Current Topics in Science & Technology Studies

Social Work 800: Social Work Practice in Child and Family Welfare: Public, Private, and Educational Settings

URLP/Environmental Studies 865: Water Resources, Institutions, and Policies

Zoology 315 Limnology: Conservation of Aquatic Resources