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CHE 329 – Chemistry of Fermentation
ONLINE Course in Session I: December 17, 2019 – January 17, 2020, CRN 10003
This course is an introduction to the process of fermentation from chemical, historical and industrial practice perspectives. We will discuss the underling scientific principles of fermentation, explore how is was developed from a historical perspective and learn how it is being used and adapted today in a wide variety of applications. For more information related to course content, contact Dr. Gregory Phelan at email@example.com.
REC 529 – Leisure Education in Recreation
ONLINE Course in Session II: January 3 - 16, 2020, CRN 10128
Introduction to philosophy, principles, and techniques of leisure education in therapeutic recreation. Implications for program development in various recreation therapy settings serving people with disabilities and illnesses across the lifespan. For more information related to course content, contact Dr. Lynn Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SPM 629 – Sport, Climate Change and Sustainability
ONLINE Course in Session I: December 17, 2019 – January 17, 2020, CRN 10130
Examines the relationship between sport and the natural environment. Drawing on philosophies of ecocentrism and anthropocentrism, and using multimedia materials, students will discover and discuss the impacts of sport on the environment (e.g. waste, pollution, resource depletion) and the impacts of the environment on sport (e.g. providing a playing field and tenable weather conditions, storms causing damage to facilities, climate change affecting winter sports). For more information related to course content, contact Dr. Madeleine Orr at email@example.com.