University of Washington Honors Program

Course for Summer 2022

* Add codes are placed on all courses one week after the first day of the quarter. If you need an add code, please email the course instructor for permission, and once approved, forward the confirmation from your instructor to uwhonors@uw.edu. We will be in touch with registration details as soon as possible.

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Honors Electives (1)

Any course without the “HONORS” prefix may only count for your Honors Electives requirement. You will earn Areas of Inquiry credit as indicated in the parentheses after each course title.

Other Honors courses (without HONORS-prefix)

ENVIR 380: Wilderness in the Anthropocene

ENVIR 380: Wilderness in the Anthropocene (SSc, DIV)

SLN 11440 (View UW registration info »)

Timothy Billo (Program on the Environment)
Phone: 206-407-4056
Email: timbillo@uw.edu

Credits: 5
Limit: 5 students

Honors Credit Type

$350 additional course fee req’d
Fee purpose: Field trip
Add Code required
No Freshmen,Sophmrs Period 1 (4/12/2021-5/19/2021)
REQUIRES FACULTY APPROVAL TIMBILLO@UW.EDU BACKPACKING TRIP TO OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK JULY 9-17, 2022 SOME ASSIGNMENTS MUST BE COMPLETED ASYNCHRONOUS BOTH BEFORE AND AFTER TRIP.

Explores the ways in which landscapes change over time while considering wilderness as a space and an idea. Who benefits and who is marginalized from wilderness? How does wilderness serve humans ecologically and psychologically? How and by whom should wilderness be managed for equitable, ethical, and sustainable outcomes for nature and people? Includes pre-trip readings, lecture, and discussion, up to two weeks in field, and post-trip writing.

 

Check out the course’s blog from 2019 here: https://sites.uw.edu/uwenvir495c2019/2019/07/16/

 

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