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First Year Seminars
FYS Autobiography, Society, and the Self
by Hu Womack - Last Updated Feb 7, 2013
This research guide is designed to help students find resources on autobiography.
FYS Challenges to the Global Community
by Rosalind Tedford - Last Updated Oct 1, 2013
This guide is intended to support students in the FYS Challenges to the Global Community. It will help researchers looking into issues such as the environment, women's issues, healthcare, economic inequality, ecological sustainability, and more.
FYS Citizenship Ancient and Modern
by Carol Cramer - Last Updated Nov 11, 2013
FYS Debating Capitalism
by Rosalind Tedford - Last Updated Apr 4, 2014
FYS Religion and Television
by Kaeley McMahan - Last Updated Sep 20, 2012
FYS The Looking-Glass Self: Exploring Communication and Identity
by Hu Womack - Last Updated Jan 28, 2014
This research guide will assist students in professor Oseroff-Varnell's first-year seminar find scholarly resources on identity to complete the writing assignments for this class.
FYS Think Like a Doctor
by Sarah Jeong, Hu Womack - Last Updated Jan 21, 2014
FYS: American Art & Reynolda House
by Kaeley McMahan - Last Updated Sep 22, 2009
FYS: Cold War and Vietnam
by Rosalind Tedford - Last Updated Nov 13, 2013
This guide is for the FYS Cold War and Vietnam.
FYS: Counting on Sustainable Energy: Does it Add Up?
by Mary G. Scanlon - Last Updated Feb 4, 2013
This research guide supports Prof. Sarah Mason's First Year Seminar, "Counting on Sustainable Energy"
FYS: Entrepreneurs in American History
by Mary G. Scanlon - Last Updated Nov 10, 2008
Prof. Whaples' FYS
FYS: Fairy Tales: Grimm, Disney and Beyond
by Carol Cramer - Last Updated Apr 9, 2013
FYS for Alyssa Howards created in Spring 2013
FYS: Germanic Myths & Monsters
by Carol Cramer - Last Updated Apr 9, 2013
First year seminar initially taught in the Fall 2010 semester.
FYS: Iconoclasm
by Kaeley McMahan - Last Updated Oct 15, 2009
FYS: Images of Wealth & Poverty
by Mary G. Scanlon - Last Updated May 4, 2011
Prof. Howell Smith's FYS
FYS: Information Technology Ethics
by Mary G. Scanlon - Last Updated Jan 20, 2012
This guide supports Prof. Bardon's first year seminar on information technology ethics.
FYS: Making Light of the Dark Ages
by Carol Cramer - Last Updated Feb 7, 2013
Originally taught in Fall 2010 for Gillian Overing
FYS: National Identity Formation: The Myth of the Dragonslayer
by Carol Cramer - Last Updated Apr 9, 2013
First year seminar initially taught in the Fall 2012 semester by Tina Boyer.
FYS: Neurological Disorders
by Bobbie Collins - Last Updated Feb 18, 2014
FYS: Newer German History in German Movies, Fiction, and Historical Sources
by Carol Cramer - Last Updated Sep 19, 2011
First Year Seminar first taught in Fall 2011
FYS: Power and the U.S. Electrical Grid
by Mary G. Scanlon - Last Updated Feb 1, 2012
This guide serves Dr. Dostal's First Year Seminar
FYS: Remaking the City, 1920s-Present
by Mary G. Scanlon - Last Updated Jan 26, 2012
This guide supports Prof. Fitzgibbon's First Year Seminar
FYS: Sports, Culture, and Geography
by Bobbie Collins - Last Updated Jan 24, 2014
FYS: Tragic Love Stories: Ancient & Modern
by Carol Cramer - Last Updated Apr 9, 2013
FYS first taught by Michael Sloan in fall 2012
FYS: Wagner's Ring of the Nibelung
by Kaeley McMahan - Last Updated Sep 23, 2009
Indigenous Peoples
by Mary G. Scanlon - Last Updated Oct 10, 2012
This guide supports Prof. Ulrike Wiethaus' courses on Indigenous Peoples.
Zotero  
by Kyle Denlinger - Last Updated Oct 25, 2013
Zotero is a free, easy to use software that helps you save, manage, and cite research sources.
 

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