Spring 2021 classes offered in Environmental Studies as of Thursday, 03/25/2021 at 08:00 AM
schedSpringENST report generated: 25-MAR-21


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ENST 120 Intro Seminar in Env. Studies1219961IA

R12:00-12:50ONLAdams,DB357
28990SR
Texts
ENST 123 Eco-Craft, Intro to Herbs1219971below
02/08-04/23
-ONLGrafman,LR1616
0993SF
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ENST 123 Fndtns of Organic Gardening2219981below
02/08-04/23
-ONLGrafman,LR1616
0990SF
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ENST 123 Sewing and Sustainability3238081below
02/08-04/23
-ONLGrafman,LR1617
-1990SF
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ENST 123 Food Preservation4240811below
02/08-04/23
-ONLGrafman,LR1616
000SF
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ENST 195 Emotions in the Anthropocene1220013below


-ONLJohnson,L3021
9990SF
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ENST 295 Power/Privilege & Environment1220024IA

MW11:00-12:50ONLChatti,D3527
8990

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ENST 480 Energy Justice1220034below

TR11:00-12:50ONLChatti,D3020
10990

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ENST 490 Env. St. Capstone Experience10238094IA

TR14:00-15:20ONLAdams,DB3022
8990SFNONETexts
        Tutorial1123904
IA


-ONLAdams,DB3022
8990SFNONETexts
ENST 499 ENST Directed Studies1241362IA


-ONLRay,SJ51
400
NONETexts



* Notes: IA=Instructor approval required, DA=Department approval required
* Rsrvd: indicates number of seats reserved for new students during registration for Fall term (up to 35% of seats in lower division general education classes). Unused seats are released to continuing students on July 1st.
* Avail: indicates the total number of seats open to all students. This number may be reduced by enrollments in other cross-listed class sections.
* Wait Cap: indicates the number of waitlist seats available for the class
* Wait Tot: indicates the number of students currently waitlisted for the class (allows departments to determine class demand and may result in opening of class additional sections)
* Sust: classes designated as Sustainability Focused (SF) or Sustainability Related (SR)
* Permanent Text Status: If the particular course is indicated as NONE, there are no required texts. If indicated as FREE, text materials are offered free to students.
* Bookstore Text Info: Link to Bookstore text details for all courses that potentially have required texts.

Generally, students must register in one section from each component type shown for a particular class. For example, BIOL 104 has two lecture sections and several lab sections. Students who register for one of the lecture sections must also register for one of the labs associated with that lecture. Association numbers and section numbers are shown in parenthesis when multiple values exist.

Class notes
schedSpringENST report generated: 25-MAR-21
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Class Notes
ENST 123 Eco-Craft, Intro to Herbs21997IA,This is an asynchronous Class meets Feb. 8th - April 23, 2021 Student Facilitator: June White Email: jw28@humboldt.edu
ENST 123 Fndtns of Organic Gardening21998IA,This is an asynchronous Class meets Feb. 8th - April 23, 2021 Student Facilitator: Brittany Long Email: bl154@humboldt.edu
ENST 123 Sewing and Sustainability23808IA,This is an asynchronous Class meets Feb. 8th - April 23, 2021 Student Facilitator: Hailey Wohlwend Email: haw160@humboldt.edu
ENST 123 Food Preservation24081IA,This is an asynchronous Class meets Feb. 8th - April 23, 2021 Student Facilitator: Monique Enriquez Email:eme257@humboldt.edu
ENST 195 Emotions in the Anthropocene22001IA,Special Topic Description: In this course students will examine the role and presence of emotions in the Anthropocene, exploring topics ranging from emotional disconnection in modern culture to ecofeminism and care ethics to climate anxiety and ecological grief. Focusing on emotional resilience, we will incorporate a focus on self-care, with particular interest in its relationship to community- and world-care, and consider the role of emotions such as joy, wonder, and reverence in creating meaningful change.
ENST 480 Energy Justice22003IA,Special Topic Description: Energy Justice is an advanced seminar class which draws on the critical social sciences and humanities to understand how energy issues are central to understanding the environmental and social inequalities of our times.