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Winter Quarter 2014

Analytical Inquiry: Society and Culture (AHUM Foundations):

  • RLGS 2103-1 (CRN 4361):  Religions of China and Japan, Ginni Ishimatsu
  • HIST 1510-1 (CRN 4814):  War and the Presidency, Susan Schulten
  • Scientific Inquiry:  Society and Culture (SOCS Foundations)

Scientific Inquiry:  Society and Culture (SOCS Foundations)

  • ECON 1020-3 (CRN 1191):  Micro- and Macroeconomics, Yavuz Yasar
  • SOCI 1810-3 (CRN 4366), Understanding Social Life, Peter Adler, TR 10:00-11:50, Sturm 411

Scientific Inquiry:  Nature and Physical World (NATS Foundations):

GEOG 1265-1 (CRN 2471): "Global Environmental Change and Sustainability II," Donald Sullivan

Labs for "Global Environmental Change and Sustainability II":      

CRN 2472 — GEOG 1265-2: Donald Sullivan, R 10:00-11:50, Boettcher West 16
CRN 2473 — GEOG 1265-3: Donald Sullivan, R 12:00-1:50, Boettcher West 16
CRN 2474 — GEOG 1265-4: Donald Sullivan, R 2:00-3:50, Boettcher West 16

If accepted for the major or minor sequence in Biology, Chemistry or Physics, AP or IB credit might also satisfy some or all of your honors natural science requirement. Geography majors should take Honors GEOG. Students can also fulfill their Honors natural science requirement by taking full-year sequences starting with the following courses:

BIOL 1010: Concepts in Biology – Physiological Systems, restricted to Biology majors and minors (beginning AY 2012-2013, a two-quarter sequence that begins Winter quarter); or the Biology Individualized Option, which concludes with General Ecology)
CHEM 1010: General Chemistry
PHYS 1111: General Physics 1
PHYS 1211:  University Physics (which begins Winter quarter; correquisite Math 1951) 

Please note:  classes formerly classified as NATS are named according to respective departments and will not count toward Honors credit.  Only the Biology, Chemistry, and Physics sequence numbers listed above can count toward the Honors requirement.

Advanced Seminar (CORE: Writing Intensive):

  • ASEM 2666-1 (CRN 2508):  Murder in America, Lisa Pasko
  • ASEM 2670-1 (CRN 3191): Development in Latin America, Rafael Ioris

Honors Seminars

  • HNRS 2400-1 (CRN 1932): Che Guevara, Matthew Taylor
  • HNRS 2400-2 (CRN 4558): Migration and Diaspora Narratives, Maik Nwosu
  • HNRS 2400-3 (CRN 2201): Engaging the Bard I: DU Students and the DPS Shakespeare Festival, Shawn Alfrey
  • HNRS 2400-4 (CRN 3450): Mind of a Leader, Karen Loeb
  • HNRS 2400-5 (CRN 3452): Pets, Partners or Pot Roast, Gary Brower

HNRS 3991-0 (CRN 1650), Honors Independent Study

For projects under the guidance of DU faculty that you would like to work on for Honors credit, to be approved by the Honors Program.

 Winter Quarter 2013

Analytical Inquiry:  Society and Culture (SOCS Foundations)

  • HIST 1510-1 (CRN 4372):  War and the Presidency, Susan Schulten, TR 10:00-11:50, Sturm 258
  • COMN 2450-1 (CRN 4961):  Between Memory and Imagination, Kate Willink, TR 10:00-11:50, Mary Reed 1

Scientific Inquiry:  Society and Culture (SOCS Foundations)

  • ECON 1020-3 (CRN 1197): “Introduction to Micro and Macroeconomics,” Yavuz Yasar, TR 12:00-1:50, Sturm 358
  • PLSC 1610-2 (CRN 4487): “Introduction to Political Science: Power and Justice,” Nancy Wadsworth, MW 10:00-11:50, Sturm 491

Scientific Inquiry:  Nature and Physical World (NATS Foundations):

  • BIOL 1271-1 (CRN 2605):  “Living in the Microbial World II," instructor TBA, TR 12:00-1:30, KRH 202

Labs for "Living in the Microbial World II":
CRN 2606 - BIOL 1271-2: TBA, W 2:00-4:50, Olin 125
CRN 2607 - BIOL 1271-3, TBA, W 2:00-4:50, Olin 145
CRN 2608 - BIOL 1271-4, TBA, R 2:00-4:50, Olin 125

  • GEOG 1265-1 (CRN 2636): "Global Environmental Change and Sustainability II," Mike Daniels, MW 12:00-1:30, Sturm 253

 Labs for "Global Environmental Change and Sustainability II ":     
CRN 2637 — GEOG 1265-2: Mike Daniels, R 8:00-9:50, Boettcher West 124
CRN 2638 — GEOG 1264-3: Mike Daniels, R 2:00-3:50, Boettcher West 16
CRN 2639 —- GEOG 1264-4: Mike Daniels, R 10:00-11:50, Boettcher West 16

Advanced Seminar (CORE: Writing Intensive):

  • ASEM 2646-1 (CRN 3184):  Dance in India, Sarah Morelli, MW 10:00-11:50, Newman 214
  • ASEM 2666-1 (CRN2692): Murder in America, Lisa Pasko, TR 4:00-5:50, Sturm 433

Honors Seminars

  • HNRS 2400-1 (CRN 2014): Che Guevara,” Matthew Taylor, M 5:00-6:50, Mary Reed 1
  • HNRS 2400-2 (CRN TBA): Pets, Partners, and Pot Roast, Gary Brower, W 2:00-3:50
  • HNRS 2400-3 (CRN 2323): Engaging the Bard: DU Students and the DPS Shakespeare Festival, Shawn Alfrey, R 3:00-5:00, Mary Reed 1
  • HNRS 2400 -4 (CRN TBA): Mind of a Leader, Karen Loeb, T 12:00-1:50, Mary Reed 1

Honors Independent Study

  • HNRS 3991 (CRN 1802), Honors Independent Study. For projects under the guidance of DU faculty that you would like to work on for Honors credit, to be approved by the Honors Program

Honors WRIT

Honors Writing is offered Spring Quarter only, as the culminating writing course.  During Winter Quarter Honors students enroll in WRIT 1622 unless they have tested out with an AP Language score of 4 or 5, an AP Literature score of 5, or an IB score of 5+.     

Fall Quarter 2012 

Analytical Inquiry:  Society (AHUM Foundations):  Honors Designated

  • ENGL 1110-5 (CRN 4239):  Literary Inquiry:  How to Live:  In the City, or Not, Bin Ramke 10:00-11:50 MW, Mary Reed 1
  • JUST 2742-1 (CRN 3120) (cross-listed with ENGL 2742, CRN 3065), “Modern Hebrew Literature,” Adam Rovner, TR 10:00-11:50, Mary Reed 1

Scientific Inquiry:  Society and Culture (SOCS Foundations):  Honors Designated    

  • COMN 1210-2 (CRN 3347), “Foundations of Communications Studies,” Roy Wood, MW 2:00-3:50, Sturm 435  

Scientific Inquiry:  Nature (NATS Foundations): Honors Designated 

There are two SINP sequences carrying Honors credit. Instead of SINP, Honors students may take one of the sequences intended for majors or minors in chemistry or physics to meet their Honors natural science requirement. 

  • BIOL 1270-1 (CRN 2573):  “Living in the Microbial World I," Nancy Sasaki, TR 12:00-1:30, Olin 145
    Labs for "Living in the Microbial World I":
    CRN 2574 - BIOL 1270-2:  Nancy Sasaki, W 9:00-11:50, Olin 125
    CRN 2575 - BIOL 1270-3, Nancy Sasaki, W 9:00-11:50, Olin 145
    CRN 2576 - BIOL 1270-4, Lisa Snelling, R 9:00-11:50, Olin 145

  • GEOG 1264-1 (CRN 2597):  Erika Trigoso, "Global Environmental Change and Sustainability I," MW 12:00-1:30, Boettcher Center Auditorium 103
    Labs for "Global Environmental Change and Sustainability I ":  
    CRN 2598 — GEOG 1264-2: Erika Trigoso, R 10:00-11:50, Boettcher West 16
    CRN 2599 — GEOG 1264-3: Erika Trigoso, R 12:00-1:50, Boettcher West 16
    CRN 2643 —- GEOG 1264-4: Erika Trigoso, R 2:00-3:50, Boettcher West 16

Advanced Seminar (CORE: Writing Intensive):  Honors Designated

  • ASEM 2589-1 (CRN 4413):  Charles Reichardt, Thinking, TR 10:00-11:50, Sturm 175

Honors WRIT - no Honors Writing Fall Quarter

Honors Writing is the culminating quarter of the three-quarter DU writing requirement. In the Fall, every first year takes a first-year seminar. Honors students then enroll in WRIT 1622 unless they have tested out with an AP Language score of 4 or 5, an AP Literature score of 5, or an IB score of 5+.   Honors WRIT 1733 (formerly called WRIT 1522) is then required either instead of or in addition to 1622.   

Honors Seminars

  • HNRS 2400-1 (CRN 1647), Jennifer Brady, “Masculinities in Spain: Hemingway to Almodovar,” R 12:00-1:50, Mary Reed 1
  • HNRS 2400-2 (CRN 2010), “The Impact of Technology on Society,” Dan Connolly, T 2:00-3:50, Mary Reed 1
  • HNRS 2400 -3 (CRN TBD), “Media and Message: Presidential (and other) Debates,” Shawn Alfrey, W 12-2, Mary Reed 1
  • HNRS 3991 (CRN 1759), Honors Independent Study
    For projects under the guidance of DU faculty that you would like to work on for Honors credit, to be approved by the Honors Program

Spring Quarter 2012 

Analytical Inquiry:  Society (AHUM Foundations):  Honors Designated

  • PHIL 2260-1 (CRN 4430): Naomi Reshotko, Perception and Reality, MW 12:00-1:50, Mary Reed 1
  • THEA 1862-1 (CRN 4407): Allison Horsley, Discovering Dramatic Literature, MW 10:00-11:50, JMAC 107

Scientific Inquiry:  Society and Culture (SOCS Foundations):  Honors Designated    

  • PPOL 1910-1 (CRN 2976): Richard Lamm, Hard Choices in Public Policy, TR 10:00-11:50, Mary Reed 1  

Scientific Inquiry:  Nature (NATS Foundations): Honors Designated 

There are two SINP sequences carrying Honors credit. Instead of SINP, Honors students may take one of the sequences intended for majors or minors in chemistry or physics to meet their Honors natural science requirement. 

  • CRN 2788 - BIOL 1272-1: Nancy Saski, Living in the Microbial World  III,  TR 12:00-1:30, Katherine A. Ruffatto Hall 202
    Labs for Living in the Microbial World III:
    CRN 2789 - BIOL 1272-2: Lisa Snelling, W 2:00-4:50, Olin 125
    CRN 2790 - BIOL 1272-3: Lisa Snelling, W 2:00-4:50, Olin 145
    CRN 2791 - BIOL 1272-4: Lisa Snelling, R 2:00-4:50, Olin 125
  • CRN 2818 - GEOG 1266- 1: Mike Daniels, Global Environmental Change and Sustainability III, MW 12:00-1:30, Boettcher 101
    Labs for Global Environmental Change and Sustainability III:
    CRN 2819 — GEOG 1265-2: Mike Daniels, R 12:00-1:50, Boettcher West 16
    CRN 2820 — GEOG 1265-3: Mike Daniels, R 2:00-350, Boettcher West 16
    CRN 2821 — GEOG 1265-4: Mike Daniels, R 10:00-11:50, Boettcher West 16

Advanced Seminar (CORE: Writing Intensive):  Honors Designated

  • ASEM 2670-1 (CRN 4495): Rafael Ioris, Development in Latin America, TR 2:00-3:50, Mary Reed 1

Honors WRIT

Honors Writing is the culminating quarter of the three-quarter DU writing requirement. In the Fall, every first year takes a first-year seminar. Honors students then enroll in WRIT 1622 unless they have tested out with an AP Language score of 4 or 5, an AP Literature score of 5, or an IB score of 5+.   Honors WRIT 1733 (formerly called WRIT 1522) is then required either instead of or in addition to 1622.   

  • WRIT 1733-1 (CRN 2399), Jennifer Campbell
  • WRIT 1733-2 (CRN 2400), John Tiedemann
  • WRIT 1733-3 (CRN 2401), Bradley Benz
  • WRIT 1733-4 (CRN 2683), Heather Martin
  • WRIT 1733-5 (CRN 3101), Doug Hesse
  • WRIT 1733-6 (CRN 3102), Kara Taczak
  • WRIT 1733-7 (CRN 3393), Shawn Alfrey

Honors Seminars

  • HNRS 2400-5 (CRN 2114): Erika Trigoso, Geography and Genealogy, T 3:00-4:50, BW 16
  • HNRS 2400-4 (CRN 4455): Karen Loeb,The Mind of a Leader, W 10:00-11:50, Mary Reed 1
  • HNRS 2400-3 (CRN 3089): Shawn Alfrey, Engaging the Bard: DU Students and the DPS Shakespeare Festival II:  Morey Middle School, W 1:00-2:50,Mary Reed 1
  • HNRS 2400-2 (CRN 2603): Spencer Wellhofer, The Sacred and the Secular, T 2:00-3:50, Sturm 411
  • HNRS 2400-1 (CRN 2202): Shawn Alfrey, Engaging the Bard:  DU Students and the DPS Shakespeare Festival II:  Carson Elementary School, R 3:00-4:50, Mary Reed 17
  • HNRS 3991 (CRN 1759), Honors Independent Study
    For projects under the guidance of DU faculty that you would like to work on for Honors credit, to be approved by the Honors Program

Winter Quarter 2012 

Analytical Inquiry:  Society (AHUM Foundations):  Honors Designated

  • COMN 2210-1 (CRN 4298): Kate Willink, Gender, Communication, Culture, MW 12:00-1:50, Sturm 454
  • HIST 1530-1 (CRN TBA) William Philpott, American History Since the Civil War, MW 4:00-5:50, Sturm 492

Scientific Inquiry:  Society and Culture (SOCS Foundations):  Honors Designated    

  • SOCS 1810-3 (CRN 4321): Peter Adler, Understanding Social Life, Peter Adler, TR 10:00-11:50, Sturm 491 
  • ECON 1020-2 (CRN 1221), Yavuz Yasar, Introduction to Micro- and Macro Economics, TR 12:00-1:50, Sturm 187 

Scientific Inquiry:  Nature (NATS Foundations): Honors Designated 

There are two SINP sequences carrying Honors credit. Instead of SINP, Honors students may take one of the sequences intended for majors or minors in chemistry or physics to meet their Honors natural science requirement. 

  • CRN 2860 - BIOL 1271-1: Nancy Saski, Living in the Microbial World  II,  TR 12:00-1:30, Katherine A. Ruffatto Hall 202
    Labs for Living in the Microbial World II: CRN 2861 - BIOL 1271-2: Lisa Snelling, W 2:00-4:50, Olin 125
    CRN 2862 - BIOL 1271-3: Lisa Snelling, W 2:00-4:50, Olin 145
    CRN 2863 - BIOL 1271-4: Lisa Snelling, R 2:00-4:50, Olin 125
  • CRN 2899 - GEOG 1265- 1: Don Sullivan, Global Environmental Change and Sustainability II, MW 12:00-1:30, Boettcher 101
    Labs for Global Environmental Change and Sustainability II: CRN 2900 — GEOG 1265-2: Don Sullivan, R 8:00-9:50, Boettcher West 124
    CRN 2901 — GEOG 1265-3: Don Sullivan, R 2:00-350, Boettcher West 16
    CRN 2902 —- GEOG 1265-4: Don Sullivan, R 10:00-11:50, Boettcher West 16

Advanced Seminar (CORE: Writing Intensive):  Honors Designated

  • ASEM 2666-1 (CRN 3027): Lisa Pasko, Murder in America, TR 8:00-9:50, Sturm 433 
  • ASEM 2646-1 (CRN 4388): Sarah Morelli, Dance in India, MW 12:00-1:50, location TBA
  • ASEM 2581-1 (CRN 4314): Nancy Wadsworth, Forgiveness, Politics and Film, MW 2:00-3:50, Sturm 433

Honors WRIT

Honors Writing is the culminating quarter of the three-quarter DU writing requirement. In the Fall, every first year takes a first-year seminar. Honors students then enroll in WRIT 1622 unless they have tested out with an AP Language score of 4 or 5, an AP Literature score of 5, or an IB score of 5+.   Honors WRIT 1733 (formerly called WRIT 1522) is then required either instead of or in addition to 1622.   

Honors Seminars

  • HNRS 2400-1 (CRN 2114): Matthew Taylor, Che Guevara: A Man Who Dared to Try to Change the World, M 5:00-6:50, Mary Reed 1
  • HNRS 2400-2 (CRN 2275): Gary Brower, Pets, Partners, or Pot Roast? W 2:00-3:50, Mary Reed 1
  • HNRS 2400-3 (CRN 2499): Shawn Alfrey,Engaging the Bard: DU Students and the DPS Shakespeare Festival, W 1:00-2:50,Mary Reed 17 or R 3:00-4:50, Mary Reed 1
  • HNRS 3991 (CRN 1759), Honors Independent Study
    For projects under the guidance of DU faculty that you would like to work on for Honors credit, to be approved by the Honors Program

Fall Quarter 2011 

Analytical Inquiry:  Society (AHUM Foundations):  Honors Designated

  • CRN 4242 - JUST 2742-1 (cross-listed with CRN 4178 ENGL 2742-1):  Adam Rovner
    Modern Hebrew Literature in Translation:  Against All Odds, MW 2:00-3:50, Sturm Hall 253
  • CRN 2885 - ENGL 1110-1:  Bin Ramke
    Literary Inquiry:  How to Live:  In the City, or Not, 10:00-11:50 MW, Mary Reed 1
     

Scientific Inquiry:  Society (SOCS Foundations): Honors Designated

  • CRN 4517 —COMN 1210-1:  Roy Wood
    Foundations in Communications Studies, MW 2:00-3:50, Mary Reed 1

Scientific Inquiry:  Nature (NATS Foundations): Honors Designated

There are two SINP sequences carrying Honors credit. Instead of SINP, Honors students may take one of the sequences intended for majors or minors in chemistry or physics to meet their Honors natural science requirement. 

  • CRN 2775 — GEOG 1264-1: Erika Trigoso
    "Global Environmental Change and Sustainability I," MW 12:00-1:30, lSturm Hall 253 
    Labs for  "Global Environmental Change and Sustainability III " :      
  • CRN 2776 — GEOG 1264-2: Erika Trigoso, R 10:00-11:50, Boettcher West 16
  • CRN 2777 — GEOG 1264-3: Erika Trigoso, R 12:00-150, Boettcher West 16
  • CRN 2837 —- GEOG 1264-4: Erika Trigoso, R 2:00-3:50, Boettcher West 16
  • CRN 2747 - BIOL 1270-1:  Nancy Sasaki
  • Living in the Microbial World I, " TR 12:00-1:30, Ruffatto Hall 202
    Labs for "Living in the Microbial World I":
  • CRN 2748 - BIOL 1270-2:  Lisa Snelling, W 2:00-4:50, Olin 125
  • CRN 2749 - BIOL 1270-3, Lisa Snelling, W 2:00-4:50, Olin 145
  • CRN 2750 - BIOL 1270-4, Lisa Snelling, R 2:00-4:50, Olin 125

Advanced Seminar (CORE: Writing Intensive):  Honors Designated

  • CRN 2851 — ASEM 2661-1:  Elizabeth Karlsgodt
    The French Revolution, TR 8:00-9:50 Sturm 210

Honors WRIT

Honors Writing is the culminating quarter of the three-quarter DU writing requirement. In the Fall, every first year takes a first-year seminar. Honors students then enroll in WRIT 1622 unless they have tested out with an AP Language score of 4 or 5, an AP Literature score of 5, or an IB score of 5+.   Honors WRIT 1733 (formerly called WRIT 1522) is then required either instead of or in addition to 1622.  

 Honors Seminars

  • CRN 1678 — HNRS 2400-1:  Michael Maik Nwosu
    Migration and Diaspora Narratives, T 12:00-1:50, Sturm Hall 380
  • CRN 2059 — HNRS 2400-2:  Dan Connolly
    The Impact of Technology on Society, T 2:00-3:50, Mary Reed 1

Spring Quarter 2011  

Analytical Inquiry:  Society and Culture:  Honors Designated

  • CRN 4116 — RLGS 21-3-1:  Ginny Ishimatsu
    Religions of China and Japan, TR 10:00-11:50, Mary Reed

Scientific Inquiry:  Society and Culture:  Honors Designated

  • CRN 4214 — COMN 1210-1:  Roy Wood
    Foundations in Communication Studies, MW 2:00-3:50, Mary Reed 1

    CRN 4131— PPOL 1910-1:  Richard Lamm
    Hard Choices in Public Policy, TR 10:00-11:50, Mary Reed 1 

Scientific Inquiry:  Natural and Physical World:  Honors Designated

This is the only SIN sequence carrying Honors credit. Instead of SIN, Honors students may take one of the sequences intended for majors or minors in biology, chemistry or physics to meet their Honors natural science requirement.

  • CRN 3955 — GEOG 1266-1:  Donald Sullivan
    "Global Environmental Change and Sustainability III," MW 12:00-1:30, lSturm 453

        Labs for  "Global Environmental Change and Sustainability II " :      

  • CRN 3956 — GEOG 1266-2:  Donald Sullivan, R 12:00-1:50, Olin 142
  • CRN 3957 — GEOG 1265-3:  Donald Sullivan, R 2:00-3:50, Boettcher West 16
  • CRN 3958 — GEOG 1265-4:  Donald Sullivan, R 10:00-11:50, Olin 142

Advanced Seminar (CORE: Writing Intensive):  Honors Designated

  • CRN 4108 — ASEM 2540-1:  Rodney Buxton
    Culture, Media and Power, MW 8:00-9:50, Mass Communications Building 117

Honors WRIT

  • CRN 2584 - WRIT 1733-1:  John Tiedemann
  • CRN 2585 -  WRIT 1733-2:  Geoffrey Bateman
  • CRN 2586 - WRIT 1733-3:  David Daniels
  • CRN 3265 - WRIT 1733-4:  Shawn Alfrey
  • CRN 4286 - WRIT 1733-5:  John Tiedemann
  • CRN 4287 - WRIT 1733-6:  Jennifer Campbell
  • CRN 4892 - WRIT 1733-7:  Juli Parrish

Honors Writing is the culminating quarter of the three-quarter DU writing requirement. In the Fall, every first year takes a first-year seminar. Honors students then enroll in WRIT 1622 unless they have tested out with an AP Language score of 4 or 5, an AP Literature score of 5, or an IB score of 5+.   Honors WRIT 1733 (formerly called WRIT 1522) is then required either instead of or in addition to 1622.   There are no Honors WRIT courses offered Winter Quarter.  Instead, it will be offered only Spring Quarter to ensure that students have a large variety of schedule and topic choices. 

Honors Seminars

  • CRN 2319 — HNRS 2400-1: Shawn Alfrey
    Engaging the Bard, R 3:00-4:50, Mary Reed 1
  • CRN 3006 — HNRS 2400-3:  Daniel Connolly
    The Impact of Technology on Society, T 10:00-11:50, Mary Reed 1

  • CRN 4269 — HNRS 2400-4:  Shawn Alfrey
    The Literature of Truth and Reconciliation, T 12:00-1:50 Mary Reed 1

Winter Quarter 2011 

Analytical Inquiry:  Society and Culture:  Honors Designated

  • CRN 4116 — RLGS 21-3-1:  Ginny Ishimatsu
    Religions of China and Japan, TR 10:00-11:50, Mary Reed

Scientific Inquiry:  Society and Culture:  Honors Designated

  • CRN 4263 — PLSC 1610-2:  Nancy Wadsworth
    Introduction to Politics, TR 2:00-3:50, Mary Reed 1

  • CRN 1231— ECON 1020-2:  Yavuz Yasar
    Micro- and Macroeconomics I, TR 12:00-1:50, Mary Reed 1

Scientific Inquiry:  Natural and Physical World:  Honors Designated

This is the only SIN sequence carrying Honors credit. Instead of SIN, Honors students may take one of the sequences intended for majors or minors in biology, chemistry or physics to meet their Honors natural science requirement.

  • CRN 3964 — GEOG 1265-1:  James M. Daniels
    "Global Environmental Change and Sustainability II," MW 12:00-1:30, location TBA

        Labs for  "Global Environmental Change and Sustainability II " :      

  • CRN 3965 — GEOG 1265-2:  James M. Daniels, R 12:00-1:50, Boettcher West 16
  • CRN 3966 — GEOG 1265-3:  James M. Daniels, R 2:00-3:50, Boettcher West 16
  • CRN 3967 — - GEOG 1265-4:  James M. Daniels, R 10:00-11:50, Boettcher West 16

Advanced Seminar (CORE: Writing Intensive):  Honors Designated

  • CRN 4014 — ASEM 2584 -1:  Sidra Wahaltere
    The Harlem Renaissance, MW Sturm 411
  • CRN 4113 — - ASEM 2666-1:  Elizabeth Pasko
    Murder in America, TR 2:00-3:50, Sturm 433

Honors WRIT

Honors Writing is the culminating quarter of the three-quarter DU writing requirement. In the Fall, every first year takes a first-year seminar. Honors students then enroll in WRIT 1622 unless they have tested out with an AP Language score of 4 or 5, an AP Literature score of 5, or an IB score of 5+.   Honors WRIT 1733 (formerly called WRIT 1522) is then required either instead of or in addition to 1622.   There are no Honors WRIT courses offered Winter Quarter.  Instead, it will be offered only Spring Quarter to ensure that students have a large variety of schedule and topic choices. 

Honors Seminars

  • CRN 2199 — HNRS 2400-2: Karen Loeb
    The Mind of a Leader, W 10:00-11:50, Mary Reed 1
  • CRN 2397 — HNRS 2400-3:  Gary Brower
    Pets, Partners, or Pot Roast, W 2:00-3:50, Mary Reed 1

  • CRN 2709 — HNRS 2400-4:  Shawn Alfrey
    Engaging the Bard: DU Students and the DPS Shakespeare Festival, R 3:00-4:50, location TBA and at Carson Elementary School (1st and Holly)

  • CRN 4258 — HNRS 2400-5:  Paul Olk
    Lessons from Business History, M 2:00-3:50, Mary Reed 1

 Fall Quarter 2010

Analytical Inquiry:  Society and Culture:  Honors Designated

  • CRN 4047 - ENGL 1110-2:  Bin Ramke
    Literary Inquiry:  "Where to Live:  In the City or Not"
  • CRN 4061 - PHIL 2111-1: Roscoe Hill
    "Greek Moral Philosophy"
  • CRN 4093 -- THEA 1862-1:  AHUM 1810-1: Allison Horsley
    "Discovering Dramatic Literature"

Scientific Inquiry:  Natural and Physical World:  Honors Designated

This is the only SINP sequence carrying Honors credit. Instead of SINP, Honors students may take one of the sequences intended for majors or minors in biology, chemistry or physics to meet their Honors natural science requirement.

  • CRN 3912 - GEOG 1264-1:  Erika Trigoso
    Global Environmental Change and Honors Advanced Seminar
  • CRN 4002 - ASEM 2661-1:   Elizabeth Karlsgodt
     " The French Revolution"
  • CRN3938 - ASEM 2665-1:  Jennifer Pap
    "Occupied France in Perspective"

Honors Seminars

  • CRN 1726 — HNRS 2400-1:  James Gilroy
    "The French Shakespeare"
  • CRN 2159 — HNRS 2400-2:  Spencer Wellhofer
    "Religion and Politics in the Modern World" 

Spring Quarter 2010                

AHUM Foundations: Honors Designated

  • CRN 4144 — AHUM 1416-4:  Oscar Somoza
    Foundations in World Cultures:  "Latin America in Film" 
  • CRN 2452 - AHUM 1810-1: Allison Horsley                                                         
    Foundations in Theatre: "Discovering Dramatic Literature: from Page to Stage " 

SOCS Foundations: Honors Designated

  • CRN 4221 — SOCS 1710-2: George Potts
    Foundations in Psychology
  • CRN 3104 -- SOCS 1910-1:  Richard Lamm
    Foundations in Public Policy: "Hard Choices in Public Policy"

NATS Foundations: Honors Designated

This is the only NATS sequence carrying Honors credit. Instead of NATS, Honors students may take one of the sequences intended for majors or minors in biology, chemistry or physics to meet their Honors natural science requirement.
CRN 2819 — NATS 1266-1:  James M. Daniels,
"Global Environmental Change and Sustainability III"

Honors CORE (Writing Intensive)

  • CRN 4067 — CORE 2666 -1 (Writing Intensive):  Lisa Pasko, "Murder in America"
  • CRN 4233- CORE 2581:1 (Writing Intensive):  Sidra Wahaltere, "The Harlem Renaissance" TR 8:00-9:50, Sturm 411

Honors WRIT

  • CRN 3152  - WRIT 1733-1, William Herring, MW 10:00-11:50, Penrose 220    
  • CRN 3153 - WRIT 1733-2, Manuel Sanz, TR 12:00-1:50, Penrose 220
  • CRN 3154 - WRIT 1733-3, Shawn Alfrey, MW 2:00-3:50, Mary Reed 1         

Honors Seminars

  • CRN 2618 — HNRS 2400-2:  Shawn Alfrey, "Rngaging the Bard"
  • CRN 2648 — HNRS 2400-3:  Candace Upton, "Bioethetics in the 21st Century" 
  • CRN 4630 — HNRS 2400-4:  James Gilroy, "Women and Men in Love in the Italian Renaissance"

Winter Quarter 2010

AHUM Foundations: Honors Designated

  • CRN 4078 — AHUM 1610-1:  Roscoe Hill
    Foundations in Philosophy:  "Greek Moral Philosophy"
  • CRN 3162 - AHUM 1216-1:  Susan Schulten                                                         
    Foundations in History:  "War and the Presidency" 
  • CRN 4085 - AHUM 1716-1,   Ginni Ishimatsu                                                             
    Foundations in Religion:  "Religions of East Asia" 
      

SOCS Foundations: Honors Designated

  • CRN 4105 — SOCS 1810-3: Peter Adler
    Foundations in Sciology, TR 10:00-11:50, Sturm 154   
    NATS Foundations: Honors Designated
  • CRN 3042 — NATS 1265-1:  Donald Sullivan
    "Global Environmental Change and Sustainability II"   
                                                             

Honors CORE (Writing Intensive)

  • CRN 4440 — CORE 2641 -1 (Writing Intensive):  Dan lair
    "Work in the Popular Imagination" 

Honors WRIT                                                                  

  • CRN 1731   - WRIT 1733-1
  • CRN 3272 - WRIT 1733-2  
  • CRN 4594 - WRIT 1733-3                  

Honors Seminars

  • CRN 2402 — HNRS 2400-1:  Jennifer Kearney Bates, "The Deformed Sex:  Arcahic and Classical Greek Women" (cross-listed with GWST)
  • CRN 2403 — HNRS 2400-2:  Karen Loeb
    "The Mind of a Leader" 
  • CRN 2699 — HNRS 2400-3:  Helene Grall-Johnson
    "Francophone Cultural Lanscapes"
  • CRN 3353 - HNRS 2400-4:  Shawn Alfrey                                                                       
    "Engaging the Bard:  DU Students and the DPS Shakespeare Festival"

Autumn Quarter 2009

AHUM Foundations: Honors Designated

  • CRN 3059 — AHUM 1110-5:  Bin Ramke
    Foundations in Literature: "How to Live:  In the City or Not:  The Pastoral: Before Clare and After Ashbery" 

SOCS Foundations: Honors Designated

  • CRN 4041 — SOCS 1210-2:  Roy Wood
    Foundations in Communication
  • CRN 4961SOCS 1610-3:  Don Schaefer

    Foundations in Political Science: " Power and Justice"

NATS Foundations: Honors Designated

  • CRN 2965 — NATS 1264-1: Hillary Hamann
    "Global Environmental Change and Sustainability I"

Honors CORE (Writing Intensive)

  • CRN 2993 — CORE 2510 -1 (Writing Intensive): Carol Helstosky
    "Freud and Marx:  Civilization and Its Critics"
  • CRN 3949 -- CORE 2661-1 (Writing Intensive):   Elizabeth Karlsgodt                            
    "The French Revolution"                                  

Honors Seminars

  • CRN 1833 — HNRS 2400-1: Dan Connolly
    "Exploring the Unintended Consequences of Technology on Society"                          
  • CRN 22389 — HNRS 2400-2: Spencer Wellhofer
    "The Sacred and the Secular:  Religion and Politics in the Modern World"                 
  • CRN 4114 — HNRS 2400-3: James Platt and Gary Brower
    "Evolution and/or Religion"

 

 

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