Fall 2011 Course Listing

Please click on course title for syllabi and course information. All syllabi are subject to changes and updates. Courses marked with an asterisk are open only to Environmental Studies majors during the first week of registration beginning Tuesday, April, 26, 2011. These courses will open to all other students on Tuesday, May 3, 2011 at 9am. Email askalbert at nyu dot edu for Albert-related issues.


Subject Area

Course#/Class#

Course Title

Day/Time

Instructor


CORE COURSES


 ENVST-UA
 100.001
Environmental Systems Science*
Students must register for a recitation.

MW
12:30-1:45PM
Killilea
 
       .002Environmental Systems Science (Recitation)
Students must register for lecture.
M
 11:00-12:15PM 
Luebke
 
       .003Environmental Systems Science (Recitation)
Students must register for lecture.
T
12:30-1:45PM 
Tesser
 
       .004Environmental Systems Science (Recitation)
Students must register for lecture.
W
2:00-3:15PM
Luebke
 
       .005Environmental Systems Science (Recitation)
Students must register for lecture.
R
5:00-6:15PM
Tesser
 ENVST-UA
 800.001
Environmental Studies Internship Seminar
ES Internship will meet three times: 9/8, 10/6, 10/13, 12/8 (final presentations). For ES majors only. NOTE: Must be taken during student's Junior year. This course cannot be taken Senior year. This is a prerequisite to the senior capstone seminar.

R
3:30-6:00PM
Schlottmann
 ENVST-UA
 900.001
Environmental Studies Capstone Seminar: Building New Markets for Private Landowners in New York
Prerequisite: Open only to Senior ES majors who have completed ENVST-UA 0800 or Senior Gallatin-ES Partnership students with the permission of the Partnership adviser.

M
6:15-8:45PM
Tolisano
 ENVST-UA
 900.002
Environmental Studies Capstone Seminar: Greener & Greater: Building New York's Clean Tech Cluster
Prerequisite: Open only to Senior ES majors who have completed ENVST-UA 0800 or Senior Gallatin-ES Partnership students with the permission of the Partnership adviser.

T
5:00-7:30PM 
Kotch
 ENVST-UA
 900.003
Environmental Studies Capstone Seminar: Environmental Policy & Sustainability in NYC

Prerequisite: Open only to Senior ES majors who have completed ENVST-UA 0800 or Senior Gallatin-ES Partnership students with the permission of the Partnership adviser.

W
6:15-8:45PM
Charles-Guzman

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE ELECTIVES


Undergraduate Courses
 ENVST-UA
 300.001
Advanced Topics in Environmental Science: Introduction to Oceanography*
Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 0100.

MW
2:00-3:15PM
Panzeca
 ENVST-UA
 340.001

Earth Systems Science*
Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 0100. Not open to students who have taken ENVST-UA 0200.

TR
3:30-4:45PM
Rampino
 ENVST-UA
 350.001
Energy & Environment
*
Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 0100.

F
11:00-1:30PM
Panzeca
 ENVST-UA
 Crosslist
 BIOL-UA
 370.001
 Crosslist
 66.001

Biogeochemistry of Global Change
Prerequisites: ENVST-UA 0100 or Biology 1 & 2.

TR
2:00-3:15PM
Killilea
 BIOL-UA  63.001
Introduction to Ecology
Prerequisite:V23.0012 OR V23.0014. V23.0016 and V23.0017 recommended as concurrent or follow up courses.

W
5:00-7:30PM
Maenza-Gmelch
Graduate Courses (Junior and Senior ES students are encouraged to consider these Graduate courses.)
 EHSC-GA
 1005.001

Ecotoxicology: Hudson River Case
Prerequisites: undergraduate biology or chemistry or permission of the instructor.

T
9:30-12:15PM
Wirgin
 EHSC-GA  1006.001

Toxicology
Not open to students who have taken G48.2310/G23.2310
Prerequisites: an introductory course in either biology, physiology, or biochemistry.


W
9:30-12:15PM
Zelikoff
 EHSC-GA  1010.001

Weather, Air Pollution and Health
Permission of Instructor required.

R
12:30-3:15PM
Thurston
 EHSC-GA  1011.001
Global Issues in Environmental Health
Permission of Instructor required.

R
4:55-7:15PM
Thurston

ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES & SOCIETY ELECTIVES


Undergraduate Courses
 ENVST-UA
 Crosslist:
 PHIL-UA
 400.001
 Crosslist:
 0053.001

Ethics and the Environment
Students must register for a recitation.

TR
2:00-3:15PM
Sachs

       .002
Ethics and the Environment (Recitation)
Students must register for lecture.
F
11:00-12:15PM
Mora

       .003Ethics and the Environment (Recitation)
Students must register for lecture.
F
12:30-1:45PM
Mora
 ENVST-UA
 450.001
Urban Political Ecology (Topics in EVS)*
Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 0101.

MW
2:00-3:15PM
Rademacher
 ENVST-UA
 Crosslist:
 UPADM-GP
 450.002
 Crosslist:
 280.001

Global Politics of Green Growth (Topics in EVS)*
Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 0101.

T
3:30-6:00PM
Kalantzakos
 ENVST-UA
 460.001
European Environmental Policy*
Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 0101.

W
3:30-6:00PM
Wazeck
 ENVST-UA
 470.001
Climate and Society*
Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 0101. Recommended: ENVST-UA 0226.
Restriction: Not open to students who have taken
ENVST-UA 0450.002/76537 Topics in EVS: Climate & Society in Fall 2010

M
3:30-6:00PM
Schlottmann
 ENVST-UA
 Crosslist:
 JOUR-UA
 503.001
 Crosslist:
 503.003

Journalism & Society: Covering the Earth
Permission of department required. Please send brief writing sample to ES adviser for access to this course

W
10:00-12:30PM
Fagin
 
 ENVST-UA
 Crosslist:
 ANST-UA

 610.001
 Crosslist:
 200.001

Animals & Society*

TR
11:00-12:15PM
Jerolmack
 ENVST-UA
 Crosslist:
 ANST-UA
 630.001
 Crosslist:
 500.001

Animals & Public Policy*

R
4:55-7:25PM
Wolfson
 SCA-UA 680.002
Tpcs in Met Studies: Cultural Politics of Sustainable Cities
This section is for ENST Majors only. Space is limited.

MW
11:00-12:15PM
Rademacher
 ARTS-UG 1603.002
Mapping as a Spacial, Political, and Environmental Practice
This section is for ENST Majors only. Space is limited.

M 2:00-4:45 PM
F 2:30-1:45 PM
Harpman
 ARTS-UG1623.002
Green Design and Planning
This section is for ENST Majors only. Space is limited.

W
6:20-9:00PM
Goodman
 IDSEM-UG 1156.003
The Darwinian Revolution
This section is for ENST Majors only. Space is limited.

MW
2:00-3:15PM
Cittadino
 IDSEM-UG 1602.003
Nature, Resources and the Human Condition
This section is for ENST Majors only. Space is limited.

TR
11:00-12:15PM
Cittadino
 IDSEM-UG 1627.003
Green History from Geddes to Gore
This section is for ENST Majors only. Space is limited.

M
3:30-6:10PM
Joachim
 IDSEM-UG 1628.003
Think Big: Global Issues and Ecological Solutions
This section is for ENST Majors only. Space is limited.

W
3:30-6:10PM
Joachim
 IDSEM-UG 1648.003
Environment and Development in Africa
This section is for ENST Majors only. Space is limited.

W
3:30-6:10PM
Fredericks
 IDSEM-UG 1656.003
Environmental Psychology: Place and Behavior
This section is for ENST Majors only. Space is limited.

TR
2:00-3:15PM
Theeman
 SCA-UA 601.001
Approaches to Met Studies
Students must register for a recitation.

TR
9:30-10:45AM
Molotch
 SCA-UA 601.002Approaches to Met Studies (Recitation)
Students must register for a lecture.
T
11:00-12:15PM
TBA
 SCA-UA 601.003Approaches to Met Studies (Recitation)
Students must register for a lecture.
R
11:00-12:15PM
TBA
 SCA-UA 601.004Approaches to Met Studies (Recitation)
Students must register for a lecture.
T
12:30-1:45PM
TBA
 SCA-UA 601.005Approaches to Met Studies (Recitation)
Students must register for a lecture.
R
11:00-12:15PM
TBA
 SCA-UA 601.006Approaches to Met Studies (Recitation)
Students must register for a lecture.
T
12:30-1:45PM
TBA
 SCA-UA 601.007Approaches to Met Studies (Recitation)
Students must register for a lecture.
T
12:30-1:45PM
TBA
 COSEM-UA 107
Zooesis: Animal Acts for a Changing Time
Freshman Honors Seminar.

W
2:00-4:30PM
Chaudhuri
 ECON-UA 326.001
Economics of Energy & the Environment

MW
9:30-10:45
Gately
 ARTS-UE 1983.001
Environmental Art Activism
Permission of ES Adviser required. Course not repeatable.

W
8:55-12:15PM
Jeremijenko
Graduate Courses (Junior and Senior ES students are encouraged to consider these Graduate courses.)
 ENYC-GE
 2019.001

Fundamentals of Environmental Thought
Permission of instructor required.

W
4:55-6:35PM
Chapman
 ENYC-GE
 2020.001

Contemporary Environmental Debates
Permission of instructor required.

T
6:45-8:25PM
Schiffman
 ENYC-GE
 2021.001

Environmental Politics
Permission of instructor required.

R
4:55-6:35PM
Land
 URPL-GP
 2612.001

Adapting the Physical City
Permission of instructor required. Forward permission of instructor, along with N# and a message stating your interest and qualifications to the ES adviser.

T
4:55-6:35PM
Zimmerman
 URPL-GP
 2613.001

Sustainable Cities
Permission of instructor required. Forward permission of instructor, along with N# and a message stating your interest and qualifications to the ES adviser.

W
8:35-10:15PM
Restrepo
 URPL-GP
 2615.001

Environment & Urban Dynamics
Permission of instructor required. Forward permission of instructor, along with N# and a message stating your interest and qualifications to the ES adviser.

W
4:55-6:35PM
Zimmerman