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T BIOL 120 – Introductory Biology I
(Winter 2018; University of Washington, Tacoma)

Course Description: Covers ecology and evolution, including genetics, Mendelian inheritance, biodiversity of life forms, and conservation biology, as well as related chemical processes in the environment.

TESC 200 A – Environmental Science Seminar (Winter 2018; University of Washington, Tacoma)
Course Description: Provides exposure to current scientific research and policy initiatives. Includes presentations by researchers, discussion of recent literature, and participation in educational workshops

T BIOL 340 – Ecology and its Applications (Spring 2019; University of Washington, Tacoma)
Course Description: Examines key processes and interactions (e.g. population growth and regulation, competition, predation, symbiosis, and the structure of biological communities) needed to understand basic ecology and its applications. Discussions of ecological theory and data from a variety of habitats are augmented by a required lab section to include field trips, computer simulations, student presentations, and primary literature analysis.

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