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Getting Started:
Syllabus
Course Overview
FAQ
What is ESRM100?
HOW DO I "ACE" THIS CLASS???
"W" credit information
Extra Credit

Other Links:
Job Links
WashPIRG Internship Opportunities
UW Campus Sustainability Fund (source of funding)
Friday Harbor Lab Marine Biology

  Fall, 2015 term
Instructor: Rob Harrison -  robh@uw.edu (BLD 218)
Note: Please contact Rob with grading issues and/or comments about TAs. If a TA has helped you a lot, I'd like to hear it, and if they could do a better job, please also let me know.
How to email TAs and Instructor - IMPORTANT!!
Office Hours: Instructor's Office Hours are by appointment. Email eschelp@uw.edu to schedule an appointment.
TAs: Note: Contact TAs for questions about the class, course material and requirements by using eschelp@uw.edu
How to email TAs and Instructor - IMPORTANT!!
TA Office Hours:
Office     Day/Time                              TA            Location       
Hours    Monday 1:00-3:00 PM            Lynn          Bloedel 340
               Tuesday 9:00-11:00 AM         Matt           Bloedel 340
               Wednesday 12:20-2:20 PM   Christiana  Bloedel 214
               Thursday 8:00-10:00 AM       Stephani    Bloedel 214
               Friday 9:00-11:00 AM             Marcella    Bloedel 214

CLUE     Monday 8:00-9:30 PM - MGH 234
Textbook: Botkin, Daniel B., and Edward A. Keller. Essential Environmental Science. Wiley, 2007.
Available at the UW Bookstore, also online from Wiley.
Course Syllabus: Syllabus
About the course:
ESRM100 provides a comprehensive overview of environmental science. By using an "earth systems" approach, students recognize society and the environment as an interrelated system. Environmental issues are examined throughout the course and realistic solutions are investigated. 
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Announcements: Check here for any updates regarding the class.

October 19. Thank you for an orderly Exam1. Answers are available for Exam1A and Exam1B. Note that you will have an opportunity to makeup Exam1 during Exam3
. ExamPolicy.
Course Overview:
*****Check class syllabus for due dates!!*****

Students are responsible for:
Description Links
3 Lectures per week Lectures in AdobeReader Format (w/audio)
Lectures in Powerpoint Format
Download AdobeReader
Current Issues Slides Powerpoint Slides
Weekly Readings Reading assignments are posted in the class Syllabus
2 Graded Posts on Class GoPost Gopost Discussion Board Instructions
GoPost Discussion Board
1 Class Project:
  • Option 1: Research paper
  • Option 2: Book Review
  • Option 3: Volunteer Project
  • Option 4: W Credit Paper
Project Topic Instructions
Project Information
"W" credit information

Volunteer Opportunities:
volunteer for ESRM 100
3 Exams Exam format and description
Previous Exam answers
Map to Kane Hall (Exam Location)
Optional Extra Credit Extra Credit
Grades: Grading Policy
Grade Appeals please follow this format
Plagiarism policy
These links will be activated as grades become available.
Exam1 grading: (posted after exam)
Exam2 grading: (posted after exam)
Exam2 grading: (posted after exam)
GoPost grading: (posted after first and second due dates)
Project grading: (posted after grading)
Final grading: (posted at end of quarter)
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You will be receiving emails from me. You are responsible for reading all emails, as I use them to distribute class information.

Click here to download the SEFS course policy statement.