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BIOEE 2642 : Analysis and Interpretation of Bird Observations
Semester offered: Spring 2019 Instructor:
Andre Dhondt
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BIOEE 2527 : Neotropical Wildlife Biology
Semester offered: Spring 2019 Instructor:
Leonardo Campagna
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BIOEE 1780 : An Introduction to Evolutionary Biology and Diversity
Semester offered: Spring 2019 Instructor:
Chelsea Specht
Chelsea Specht
Chelsea Specht
Chelsea Specht
Chelsea Specht
Chelsea Specht
Chelsea Specht
Chelsea Specht
Chelsea Specht
Chelsea Specht
Chelsea Specht
Chelsea Specht
Chelsea Specht
Chelsea Specht
Chelsea Specht
Considers explanations for pattern of diversity and the apparent good fit of organisms to the environment. Topics include the diversity of life, the genetics and developmental basis of evolutionary change, processes at the population level, evolution by natural selection, modes of speciation, long-term trends in evolution, origin of humans.
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BIOEE 1610 : Introductory Biology: Ecology and the Environment
Semester offered: Spring 2019 Instructor:
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
Robert Howarth
This course provides an introduction to ecology, covering interactions between organisms and the environment at scales of populations, communities, and ecosystems. Ecological principles are used to explore the theory and applications of major issues facing humanity in the 21st century, including population dynamics, disease ecology, biodiversity and invasive species, global change, and other topics of environmental sustainability.
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Biology Education Research

Cornell is a leader in the emerging field of Discipline-Based Education Research that explores teaching and learning from the perspective of a particular discipline, such as biology.  This interdisciplinary field draws on knowledge and methodologies from social science, psychology, education, and cognitive science research, with the goal of enhancing student learning and instructor teaching.

BIOEE 1640 : FWS: Topics in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Semester offered: Fall 2018 Instructor:
Joseph Welklin
The First-Year Writing Seminar provides the opportunity to write extensively about issues related to ecology and evolutionary biology. Topics vary by section.
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