Sustainability Perspective - complete one course
- Think critically regarding the array and implications of alternative sustainability definitions.
- Discuss sustainability within the context of ethical decision-making on earth.
- Describe why actions to achieve sustainability are complex and contentious.
- Express how failure to achieve sustainability has implications for human survival and planetary life quality over time.
- Engage in informed judgments about sustainability and problems as socially responsible citizens.
|Energy and Society|
|Radioactivity: Past, Present, and Future|
|Solid Waste Management|
|Resource Management Strategy|
|Atmospheric Pollution and Abatement|
|American Indians In Film|
|Native American Landscapes:Imagined and Lived Spaces|
|First Nations and The Sacred|
|Introduction to First Nations Studies: The Tribal World|
|Introduction to First Nations Studies: Social Justice|
|Oneida Language I|
|Oneida Language II|
|Oneida Language III|
|Oneida Language IV|
|Oneida Language V|
|Oneida Language VI|
|Indigenous Nations Oral and Storytelling Traditions|
|Wisconsin First Nations Ethnohistory|
|Perspectives on Human Values: First Nations|
|First Nations Studies Seminar|
|First Nations Justice and Tribal Governments|
|First Nations and Education Policy|
|American Environmental History|
|Fertility, Reproduction, and Family Planning|
|Human Disease and Society|
|Biotechnology and Ethics|
|World Food and Population Issues|
|Global Environmental Politics and Policy|
|Environment and Society|
|Sustainable Land Use|
|Transitioning to Sustainable Communities|