English C77

Introduction to Environmental Studies

Section Semester Instructor Time Location Course Areas
1 Fall 2015 Hass, Robert L.
TTh 12:30-2 + 1-1/2 hours of discussion section per week 145 Dwinelle

Other Readings and Media

The required books for the course will be available at University Press Books, and the Course Reader, Introduction to Environmental Studies, will be sold exclusively at Metro Publishing; both of these establishments are located on Bancroft Way, a little west of Telegraph Ave. There will also be a required envornmental science textbook (possibly provided as an eBook).


This is a team-taught introduction to environmental studies. The team consists of a professor of environmental science (Gary Sposito), a professor of English (Robert Hass), and three graduate student instructors working in the field. The aim of the course is to give students the basic science of the environment, an introduction to environmental literature, philosophy, and policy issues, and analytic tools to evaluate a range of environmental problems. The course requires some time spent outdoors in observation as well as a lot of reading and writing.

This course is cross-listed with E.S.P.M. C12.

Discussion Sections

101 Willis, Dan
M 4-5:30 255 Dwinelle
102 Klavon, Evan
M 4-5:30 254 Dwinelle
105 Klavon, Evan
T 3:30-5 2030 Valley LSB
106 Ward, Laura
T 3:30-5 2066 Valley LSB
107 Willis, Dan
W 4-5:30 2062 Valley LSB
108 Ward, Laura
W 4-5:30 2038 Valley LSB

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