Do you need a 5 credit NW course?
Something fun and interesting but not too hard?
Do you think microbes might be something interesting?
The Microbiology department (where I'm an undergrad) has designed an introduction to microbiology class specifically for liberal arts majors.
Winter Quarter- Microbiology 101
Lecture- M W Th F 2:30-3:20pm
Lab section (your choice)
AA T 9:30-11:20am (SLN 8680)
AB T 11:30am-1:20pm (SLN 8681)
AC Th 9:30-11:20am (SLN 8682)
AC Th11:30am-1:20pm (SLN 8683)
I'm TAing a section, and would love to see these classes fill up :D
How does a microbe become dangerous?
How do we protect ourselves from disease?
Microbes and Biotechnology
How microbes have influenced the course of history
Microbes on Mars?
Where did microbes come from?
Role of microbes in agriculture
Microbes that cause and prevent pollution
Isolate and identify non-pathogenic organisms
Anymore questions? Feel free to reply here, or email the instructor for the course, Denise Anderson at:
bugsda at u dot washington dot edu