Past Courses

Spring 2018

BIO 329L: Principles of Animal Physiology

CHEM 311L: Physical Chemistry Laboratory

ECON 496S: Honors Seminar II

EDUC 333S: Legal Issues in Education

ENVIRON 214S: Ethical Challenges in Environmental Conservation

HIST 239: History of Chinese Medicine

HIST 260: Magic, Religion and Science since 1400

ME 499: Undergrad Research Seminar

PSY 496: Distinction Thesis Workshop

PUBPOL 367S: News Writing and Reporting

WRITING 101: Predatory Journals: Science or Scam?

Fall 2017

AAAS 337: Hollywood and Africa

AMES 190S/LIT 190S: Global China

CULANTH 245S: Human Rights in the Americas (or LATAMER 246)

DANCE 302S: Writing About Performance

ECON 495S: Honors Seminar I

ENVIRON 373LA: Sensory Physiology and Behavior of Marine Animals

ENVIRON 966 DEL: Professional Writing

FR 302S: Cultural and Literary Perspectives

POLSCI 239S: Political Communications

PUBPOL 496S: Public Policy Honors Seminar



Spring 2017

AMES 221: Arab Society and Culture in Film

BIO 290S: Ethics and Politics in Biology

CHEM 311L: Physical Chemistry Laboratory

CHEM 496: Grad with Distinction in Chemistry

ECON 345: Urban Economics

EDUC 333S: Legal Issues in Education

PSY 301: Research Methods

PSY 496: Psychology Graduation with Distinction Workshop

PubPol 367S: News Writing and Reporting

PubPol 902: Ethics of Public Policy

WRITING 101: Music As Medicine

Bass Connections

Our second project is a new collaboration with Duke’s Bass Connections, where we will offer to connect willing readers with a interdisciplinary Bass Connection research group, already meeting and working on specific projects across campus. So far, here are the available groups:

Human Health Risks, Environmental and Ecosystem Damage Associated with Contamination of Used Motor Oil at Auto-mechanic Villages in Ghana

Energy Data Analytics Lab

Animal Waste Management & Global Health

Developing Departmental Energy Reports and a Carbon Pricing Program for Duke University


Fall 2016

BIOLOGY 263: Biological Responses to Climate Change

BIOLOGY 554: Genomic Perspectives on Human Evolution

ECON 432S: Environmental Justice: The Economics