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2018-2019 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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ENS 311 - To Bee or Not to Bee; Honey Bees and Social Impact

This course explores the centuries-old relationship between humans, nature and honey bees from a cultural, historical, and agricultural context. Pillars of our modern food system and bioindicator of our environment, honey bees provide important scientific, economic, philosophical, and political perspectives relevant to our current global climate. Offered fall and spring/summer semesters.

Credits: 3



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