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EUS courses draw from the EUS program, from all four divisions of the college, and from the graduate program.

Through the EUS Requirements, EUS students will experience the breadth of disciplines that tackle environmental and urban issues while experiencing the depth of a focus area of their choice.  

EUS Courses for the Upcoming Semester are listed below.

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Tom O'Dowd
Executive Administrator of Environmental and Urban Studies (EUS)
todowd [at] bard.edu
(845) 752-4852 (office)

Environmental and Urban Studies (EUS) Program
Bard College
PO Box 5000
Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504

Spring 2017 Courses

EUS Courses by Focus Area

Agriculture & Food Systems BIO 111, BIO 117, BIO 201, BIO 202, BIO 244, BIO 316, BIO 418, EUS 203, EUS 226, EUS 318
Urban & Regional Studies ANTH 101, ANTH 219, ARTH 223, ARTH 234, ARTH 236, BGIA 301, EUS 203, EUS 222, EUS 305, EUS 307, EUS 319
Ecology & Conservation BIO 111, BIO 117, BIO 201, BIO 202, BIO 244, BIO 316, BIO 418, EUS 203, EUS 226, EUS 318
Environmental Science & Health EUS 203, EUS 222, EUS 226, EUS 318, IDEA 130
Environment, Society, & Culture ANTH 101, ANTH 212, ANTH 216, ANTH 219, ANTH 220, ANTH 350, ART 100, ART 200, ARTH 223, ARTH 234, EUS 203, EUS 231, EUS 305, EUS 319, ​LIT 336, PS 313, SOC 269, SOC 333
Environmental Economics, Policy, & Development ECON 203, ECON 221, ECON 229, ECON 330, EUS 226, EUS 307, PS 313, SOC 269
Sustainable Systems EUS 203, EUS 222, EUS 226, IDEA 130, SOC 269
Environmental Communications (Humanities) ANTH 220, ART 100, ART 100, ART 200, ARTH 223, EUS 203, EUS 231, EUS 305, LIT 258, LIT 259, LIT 336, WRIT 231, WRIT 345
 

EUS Courses by Requirement

Core Courses (all focus areas): EUS 101, EUS 102
Methods Courses (choose according to focus area): EUS 203, EUS 226, ANTH 220, BIO 244, ECON 229, SOC 333
Practicum:  EUS 305, EUS 319, BGIA 301
Colloquium: No Colloquium S’17 but students may still satisfy this requirement in the S'17 semester (please speak to Tom O’Dowd for more information: todowd[at]bard.edu ).

EUS Course Schedule

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Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8:30AM - 9:50AM BIO 201: Genetics and Evolution BIO 111: Microbes in the Environment (begins at 9:00); BIO 316: Animal Behavior BIO 201: Genetics and Evolution; BIO 202: Ecology and Evolution EUS 222: Air (starts at 9); WRIT 231: Reading and Writing the Birds (begins at 7:30) BIO 202: Ecology and Evolution (begins at 9:30); EUS 203 Geographic Information Systems (begins at 9:30);
10:10AM - 11:30AM ARTH 234: Utopias; BIO 201: Genetics and Evolution; BIO 316: Animal Behavior; ECON 203: Game Theory; ECON 221: Economic Development; EUS 226: Environmental Modeling; SOC 269: Global Inequality & Development; BIO 111: Microbes in the Environment; Bio 117: Botany for Herbivores; BIO 316: Animal Behavior; ECON 100 B: Principles of Economics; LIT 259: American Literature III; WRIT 231: Reading and Writing the Birds ANTH 350: Contemporary Cultural Theory; ARTH 234: Utopias; BIO 201: Genetics and Evolution; BIO 202: Ecology and Evolution; BIO 316: Animal Behavior; ECON 203: Game Theory; ECON 221: Economic Development; EUS 226: Environmental Modeling; IDEA 130: Chernobyl: The Meaning of Man-Made Disaster (starts at 10:20); SOC 269: Global Inequality & Development; ART 100 AC: Cybergraphics I: Fabricated Landscapes; Bio 117: Botany for Herbivores; ECON 100 B: Principles of Economics; EUS 222: Air; LIT 259: American Literature III; SOC 333: Tricks of the Trade: Qualitative Research Practicum; WRIT 231: Reading and Writing the Birds; BIO 202: Ecology and Evolution; EUS 203, Geographic Information Systems (ends at Noon)
11:50AM - 1:10PM ECON 229: Econometrics ARTH 223: Wild Visions; EUS 305: Environmental Education; IDEA 130: Chernobyl: The Meaning of Man-Made Disaster ANTH 350: Contemporary Cultural Theory (to 12:30); ECON 229: Econometrics; IDEA 130: Chernobyl: The Meaning of Man-Made Disaster (to 12:10); LIT 258: American Literature II; ART 100 AC: Cybergraphics I: Fabricated Landscapes; ARTH 223: Wild Visions; EUS 305: Environmental Education; IDEA 130: Chernobyl: The Meaning of Man-Made Disaster; LIT 258: American Literature II; SOC 333: Tricks of the Trade: Qualitative Research Practicum (to 12:30); ANTH 212: Historical Archaeology: Early African Americans Near Bard
1:30PM - 2:50PM ANTH 216: The Modern Dinosaur; ECON 100 C: Principles of Economics; ECON 330: Seminar in Geoclassical Economics; PS 313: Rationality and Politics: From Englightenment to Climate Change Bio 117: Botany for Herbivores; ECON 100 A: Principles of Economics; EUS 101: Intro to Environmental and Urban Studies; EUS 307, Environmental Policy II; EUS 318: Land; HIST 139: City Cultures ANTH 216: The Modern Dinosaur; ART 200 AC: Cybergraphics II: Site, Space, Place; ART 206 ED: Sculpture 2: Air/Water/Earth; BIO 111: Microbes in the Environment; BIO 244 Biostatistics; ECON 100 C: Principles of Economics; EUS 319: Hudson Valley Cities and Environmental (In)Justice; BIO 418: Plant Fungal Interactions; ECON 100 A: Principles of Economics; EUS 101: Intro to Environmental and Urban Studies; EUS 307, Environmental Policy II; EUS 318: Land; HIST 139: City Cultures; WRIT 345: Imagining Nonhuman Consciousness; ANTH 212: Historical Archaeology: Early African Americans Near Bard; BIO 244 Biostatistics
3:10PM - 4:30PM ANTH 219: Divided Cities; BIO 111: Microbes in the Environment; ARTH 312: ROMA IN SITU; EUS 222: Air; EUS 231: Buddhist Views of Nature; ECON 330: Seminar in Geoclassical Economics (to 3:50); PS 313: Rationality and Politics: From Englightenment to Climate Change (to 3:50); ANTH 101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology; ANTH 220: Doing Ethnography; EUS 318: Land (to 3:30) ANTH 219: Divided Cities; ART 200 AC: Cybergraphics II: Site, Space, Place; ART 206 ED: Sculpture 2: Air/Water/Earth; Bio 117: Botany for Herbivores; BIO 244 Biostatistics; EUS 319: Hudson Valley Cities and Environmental (In)Justice (to 3:50); EUS 222: Air; EUS 231: Buddhist Views of Nature; ANTH 101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology; ANTH 220: Doing Ethnography; BIO 418: Plant Fungal Interactions (to 3:30); EUS 318: Land (to 3:30); WRIT 345: Imagining Nonhuman Consciousness (to 3:50); ANTH 212: Historical Archaeology: Early African Americans Near Bard; BIO 244 Biostatistics
4:40PM - 6PM* ARTH 312: Roma In Situ (to 5:30) ANTH 212: Historical Archaeology: Early African Americans Near Bard; ARTH 236: Century Italian Art, Architecture & Urbanism; EUS Speakers Series; LIT 336: Extinction ARTH 236: Century Italian Art, Architecture & Urbanism; BGIA 301: Core Seminar: The City as Global Actor -New York at the Center of the World
6:20PM - 7:40PM EUS 102: Intro to Environmental and Urban Science; LIT 336: Extinction (to 7) EUS 102: Intro to Environmental and Urban Science
* = some courses at 4:40, 4:45, 4:50.

Sample EUS Course Syllabi:

Anth 223 Conservation Anthropology

Michèle Dominy

Anth 349 Political Ecology

Yuka Suzuki

Bio 153 Global Change Biology

Bruce Robertson

Bio 202 Ecology and Evolution

Cathy Collins

Bio 311 Field Ornithology

Bruce Robertson

EUS 101 Introduction to Environmental and Urban Studies

Kris Feder

EUS 102: Introduction to Environmental and Urban Science

Eli Dueker

EUS 221: Water

Eli Dueker

EUS 305 Practicum Farm to Table

Katrina Light

Hist 232 American Urban History

Myra Armstead

Soc 138 Urban Sociology

Peter Klein

Soc 231 From Food to Fracking - The Environment and Society

Peter Klein