EEB491H1: Seminar in Biodiversity and Conservation Biology


Seminar course in biodiversity and conservation biology, emphasizing critical thinking and the synthesis of ideas crossing disciplinary boundaries. Group discussions among peers, facilitated by faculty, and student presentations. Discussions include critical analysis of research and review articles in the primary literature, with a focus on recent developments in biodiversity science and conservation biology. Evaluation based on presentations, participation in class discussions, and written assignments. (Note: students may take this course only once)

A minimum of 1.0 credit in EEB courses at the 300+ level
Living Things and Their Environment (4)