Freel Library

All Reserves by Department

(list by Instructor, list by Course)

(Note: some reserve materials may require you to log in)

Biology

BIOL- 250-01: Nutrition (Sheldon, Spring 2014)

BIOL-307: Pharmacology (GOODWIN, Spring 2014)

BIOL-327H-01: Honors: Plants and Society (MOONEY, Spring 2014)

BIOL-343: Anatomy and Physiology (GOODWIN, Spring 2014)

BIOL-351-01: Orinithology (SHUSTACK, Spring 2014)

Business Admin & Econ

BADM-201: Business Law I (MIANO, Spring 2014)

BADM-224-02: Financial Accounting (Remillard, Spring 2014)

BADM-315-01: Environmental Economics (KAHN, Spring 2014)

BADM-361: Organizational Behaviour (MIANO, Spring 2014)

BADM-362-01: Human Resources Management (MIANO, Spring 2014)

BADM 387: Service and Event Marketing (OVITSKY, Spring 2014)

CCAP-300-02: Entrepreneurship & Culture (MIANO, Spring 2014)

Capstone

CCAP-300: Future of Food (COHANE, Spring 2014)

CCCL-100: Computing & Communications (EVE, Spring 2014)

CCCL-100: Computing & Communications (Rogge, Spring 2014)

Chemistry

CCST-105: The Chemistry of CSI (HARRIS, Spring 2014)

CHEM-152: Intro to Chem II (Dehner, Spring 2014)

CHEM-201: Organic Chemistry (HARRIS, Spring 2014)

Computer Science

CSCI-252: Systems Analysis (EVE, Spring 2014)

Education

CCSS-269-01: Education & Society (BARBER, Spring 2014)

English

CCAP-300-06: Science and Spirit (WASHBURN, Spring 2014)

ENGL-150: College Writing II (NEWBY, Spring 2014)

ENGL-150-06: College Writing (LEVITT, Spring 2014)

ENGL-250-04: Introduction to Literature (GILBRETH, Spring 2014)

ENGL-270: Fantasy (NEWBY, Spring 2014)

ENGL-305-01: Magazine Writing & Editing (AUGER, Spring 2014)

ENGL-306-02: Business Writing & Presentation (ZEPERNICK, Spring 2014)

ENGL-308: Writing Associate Workshop (LEVITT, Spring 2014)

ENGL-357-01: Virginia Woolf (LAMBERT, Spring 2014)

ENGL-378-01: Sports Literature (ELDER, Spring 2014)

ENGL-397: Films & Filmmaking (LAMBERT, Spring 2014)

ENGL-412 : Kubrick & Kurosawa (LANGSTON, Spring 2014)

ENGL-490: Film Adaptations (ELDER, Spring 2014)

Fine & Performing Arts

ART-217-01: Great Monuments of Art II ( Mathews, Spring 2014)

ART-218: Intermediate Design (MOWINSKI, Spring 2014)

ART-335-01: Typography (MOWINSKI, Spring 2014)

ART-480: Senior Project (MOWINSKI, Spring 2014)

History & Political Science

HIST-103-01: Pre-Modern World Civilization (HUANG, Spring 2014)

HIST 104-03: Modern World Civilization (DALY, Spring 2014)

HIST-204: U.S. histroy after 1877 (Pecor, Spring 2014)

HIST-305-01: Ancient Greece and Rome (DALY, Spring 2014)

HIST-310-01: History of Japan (HUANG, Spring 2014)

HIST-320-01: Civil War & Reconstruction (JANIS, Spring 2014)

HIST-320-02: Border Crossings (JANIS, Spring 2014)

HIST 401: European Empires in the 19th Century (DALY, Spring 2014)

POSC-202: Comparative Government (HEJNOVA, Spring 2014)

POSC-205: International Relations (HEJNOVA, Spring 2014)

POSC-304-01: Constitutional Law (TASKIN, Spring 2014)

TRVL-300-04: Civil Rights Bus Tour (JONES-SNEED, Spring 2014)

Interdisciplinary Studies

IDST-150: Introduction to Cross-Cultural and Social Justice Studies (NNODIM, Spring 2014)

IDST-220: Science in History (MONTGOMERY, Spring 2014)

IDST-360-01: East Meets West: Challenging Orientalism (Cardozo, Spring 2014)

IDST-360-02: Bollywood (NNODIM, Spring 2014)

Modern Language

SPAN-102: Elementary Spanish II (RAMSDEN, Spring 2014)

Psychology

PSYC-100: Introduction to Psychology (JAY, Spring 2014)

PSYC-230: Social Psychology (CLAFFEY, Spring 2014)

PSYC 270-01: Abnornal Psychology (WOOD, Spring 2014)

PSYC-290: PSYC Research and Stats (Benjamin, Spring 2014)

PSYC-390: Research Design & Analysis (BARTINI, Spring 2014)

PSYC-499: Advanced Seminar in Psycholgy (FOSS, Spring 2014)

Sociology

ANTH 130-01: Introduction to (Epstein, Spring 2014)

SOCI-395: Sociology of Happiness (ZOLTANSKI, Spring 2014)

SOCI-500-01: Graphic Novels- Independent Study (ZOLTANSKI, Spring 2014)

SOWK-355: Family Violence (BIRNS, Spring 2014)

TRVL-300-01: Travel Course To: Hawaii (COLLIGAN, Spring 2014)