A Sweet Briar College Learning Resource

H2O - The Mystery, Art, and Science of Water

The seminar meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:30-2:45, in the Honors Center lounge (Fletcher 003)

Currently Enrolled
  1. Kirsten Cook
  2. Felicia Dunn
  3. Suzanne Gerus
  4. Donyele Gibson
  5. Natasha Nickodem
  6. Christa Shusko
  7. Amy Smith
  8. Elinor Stebbins
  9. Ashley Trantham

REQUIREMENTS

  • FIELD TRIPS
    1. The Satchidananda Ashram, Yogaville

      The Lotus Temple at the Satchidananda Ashram
      April 6


    2. The Tye River

      The North Fork of the Tye River
      April 15
      Field research conducted by Professor Lincoln Brower, Research Professor in Biology

  • ATTENDANCE
    Regular Attendance is required at all seminar meetings, scheduled events, and field trips listed in the schedule. If you cannot attend a class meeting, scheduled event, and field trip, we expect to be informed in advance.

  • GRADING

  • PLEASE NOTE
    Any requirements not fulfilled at the end of the semester will result in a notice of failure for the course

    Required Information Sources
    Water, a website developed for this class.

    Office Hours
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 12:00-1:00

    
    

    CONTENTS INTRODUCTION PURPOSE SCHEDULE REQUIREMENTS PARTICIPANTS


    H20 - The Mystery, Art, and Science of Water
    Chris Witcombe and Sang Hwang
    Sweet Briar College