- ENVS 100.1: Introduction to Environment & Sustainability meets MWF
- Section 2: 9:30 AM – 10:20 AM EST in 207 SCSC or outside (MWF Selby Tent) or Zoom.
- Section 1: 11:50 AM – 12:40 PM EST in 207 SCSC or outside (WF Selby Tent) or Zoom.
- for now, we will try to utilize the same schedule for both class sections
- ENVS 100.2/400.1: Conversations Toward a Sustainable Future meets Tuesday at 6:30-7:30 pm via Zoom.
- ENVS 100.1 Readings: RHM = Paul Robbins, John Hintz, and Sarah A. Moore, Environment & Society: A Critical Introduction (2nd edition)
Resources for course and project:
- ENVS 110 Course Project Library Resources
- Holly Birk, Public Services & Science Librarian (email@example.com)
- Hobson Science Library, Room 282. Research help for students Mondays and Wednesdays from 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM and on Tuesdays from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM.
- Beeghly Library, Room 141 other times
Subscribe to ENVS 100.1 Calendar: see Syllabus
Krygier’s Pandemic Lecture Stylings®: We will be outside as much as possible, and it’s tough to do a regular lecture with slides. Instead, I’m going to leisurely talk through the lecture materials, while gazing at my iPad. You can follow along (on your phone or whatever) – all the stuff is on the internets – or just listen. All will be Zoomed and recorded and I’ll add the videos of each lecture to the schedule below.
Class Ceyword Compilation®: Famously known as CCC. Just so you don’t completely blamp out on all the fun concepts I talk about, I’m asking that you document two relevant keywords from each lecture topic.
The form and explanation are here.
I’ve indicated on the schedule below (and on the ENVS 100.1 Calendar: see Syllabus) when CCC’s are due.
Week 1: Environment & Sustainability & Your Backyard (Delaware, OH, for now)
Monday, Aug. 17: No class meeting
Tuesday, Aug. 18: ENVS 100.2/400.1: No class meeting
Week 3: Catastrophe and Triumph & Approaches
Read: Your assigned RHM chapter
Read: RHM Ch. 2
Due: Two CCC’s on Aug. 28 & 31 lectures by Sept. 2 (form here)
Tuesday, Sept. 1: (video)
ENVS 100.2: OWU Citizens’ Climate Lobby, Tree House, etc.
ENVS 100.2: Brief notes on session, two questions, ask one during meeting
ENVS 400.1: Senior perspectives on living on campus and clubs: at least one comment during meeting.
Wednesday, Sept. 2: Discussion of Chapter Review, Values, Ideas for Specific Project Proposal (Section 2 Video | Section 1 Video)
Present: ideas for specific project proposal to class; email to instructor by 4 pm
Monday, Sept. 7: No Class Meeting – Labor Day
Tuesday, Sept. 8: ENVS 100.2/400.1: Sustainability Task Force Meeting (STF): Jess Wilber, Citizens Climate Lobby: Overview and Assigning OWU Homework (video)
Wednesdaty, Sept. 9: Approach: Population & Scarcity II (no class meeting)
Due: Two CCC’s on Sept. 4 & 9 lecture by Sept. 11 (form here)
Due: Chapter review shared by 9 am
Week 5: Approaches
Read RHM Ch. 3
Due: Two CCC’s on Sept. 14 & 18 lecture by Sept. 21 (form here)
Week 6: Approaches & Things
Read RHM Ch. 4, 11, 12
Monday, Sept. 21: Things: students present & discuss: Wolves, Uranium
Tuesday, Sept. 22: ENVS 100.2/400.1: Focus Topic: Social Justice & Environmental Justice: Read
Due: Two CCC’s on Sept. 23 & 25 lecture by Sept. 28 (form here)
Week 7: Project & Things
Read RHM ch. 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
Monday, Sept. 28: Brief Presentation of Course Project Focus Topics
Tuesday, Sept. 29: ENVS 100.2/400.1: Focus Topic: Social Justice & Environmental Justice
ENVS 1oo.2: due: draft of Freshman/Sophomore E&S Plans for the Future Document
ENVS 400.1: due: draft of Senior E&S Achievement & Assessment Document
ENVS 100.2/400.1: Share & Comment on Documents
Wednesday, Sept. 30: Things: students present & discuss: Tuna, Lawns
Due: Focus topic shared by 4 pm
Week 8: Stupid Missing Week
Monday, Oct. 5: How could I [Environmental Career Event 9:30 AM – 10:20 AM]
Tuesday, Oct. 6: ENVS 100.2/400.1:[Environmental Career Event 6:30 – 7:30 PM]
Wednesday, Oct. 7: leave an entire [Environmental Career Event 11:50 AM – 12:40 PM]
Friday, Oct. 9: week out of the schedule?
Week 9: Course Project: Focus Topic Sources
Monday, Oct. 12: Finding Focus Topic Sources
Tuesday, Oct. 13: ENVS 100.2/400.1: Sustainability Task Force Meeting (STF) Jess Wilber, Citizens Climate Lobby: Updates on OWU Homework
Wednesday, Oct. 14: No class meeting: Bishop Break
Friday, Oct. 16: Finding Focus Topic Sources
Week 10: Approaches & Things
Read RHM Ch. 5
Monday, Oct. 19: Approach: Environmental Ethics I
Tuesday, Oct. 20: ENVS 100.2/400.1: TBA
Wednesday, Oct. 21: Approach: Environmental Ethics II
Due: Two CCC’s on Oct. 19 & 21 lecture by Oct. 23 (form here)
Friday, Oct. 23: Catchup and Questions
Due: Revisions of RHM Chapter Review (if needed)
Week 11: Project & Approaches
Read: RHM Ch. 6
Monday, Oct. 26: Annotated Bibliography & Specific Project Proposal & Final Presentation Workshop
Tuesday, Oct. 27: ENVS 100.2/400.1: Speaker or Focus Topic Discussion led by Dr. Anderson
ENVS 100.2: Due: Read and commented on drafts of 400.1 documents
ENVS 400.1: Due: Read and commented on drafts of 100.2 documents
Due: Focus topic sources (2 books, 2 articles, 2 WWW sites, proper citation style) share by 4 pm.
Due: Two CCC’s on Oct. 28 & 30 lecture by Nov. 2 (form here)
Week 12: Approaches
Read RHM ch. 7
Tuesday, Nov. 3: ENVS 100.2/400.1: No Class Meeting
Due: Annotated Bibliography (250-300 words per source) share by 4 pm.
Due: Two CCC’s on Nov. 4 & 6 lecture by Nov. 9 (form here)
Week 13: Approaches & Projects
Read RHM ch. 8
Tuesday, Nov. 10: ENVS 100.2/400.1: Sustainability Task Force Meeting (STF): Consequences of the 2020 Presidential Election
Due: Two CCC’s on Nov. 9 & 11 lecture by Nov. 13 (form here)
Friday, Nov 13: Catchup, questions, etc. + Enviro News Sharing
Due: Draft of specific project proposal (2-3 pages) share by 4 pm.
Week 14: Presentations
Monday, Nov 16: Presentations of Student Projects
Tuesday, Nov. 17: ENVS 100.2/400.1: Presentations
ENVS 400.1: Seniors present 5-minute reflection on time at OWU on Zoom
ENVS 100.2: Freshmen/sophomores present 5-minute preliminary plan for future at OWU on Zoom
Wednesday, Nov 18: Presentations of Student Projects
Friday, Nov. 20: Presentations of Student Projects
Week 15: Presentations
Read RHM ch. 8
Monday, Nov 23: Presentations of Student Projects
Tuesday, Nov. 24: ENVS 100.2/400.1:
ENVS 100.2: Freshmen/sophomores present 5-minute preliminary plan for future at OWU on Zoom (S20: video/audio)
Wednesday, Nov 25: Thanksgiving Break
Friday, Nov. 27: Thanksgiving Break
Week 16: Presentations & Finish
Monday, Nov. 30: Presentations of Student Projects (S20: video & audio)
Due: Revisions to Annotated Bibliography and Proposal (if you choose; email instructor)
Tuesday, Dec. 1:
ENVS 100.2: Freshmen/sophomores present 5-minute preliminary plan for future at OWU on Zoom + Discussion of More Conversations (S20: video & audio)
ENVS 1oo.2: due: revised, final Freshman/Sophomore E&S Plans for the Future Document
ENVS 400.1: due: revised, final Senior E&S Achievement & Assessment Document
DUE: Course Project Summary & Synthesis (See Project page for details) due at end of scheduled remote final period.