Participation List

The Oread Project 2015  

Faculty Department Course
Rafael Acosta Spanish and Portuguese Outlaws in the Americas
Matthew Burke  Visual Art ART 300 / 500: Special Topics: Social and Sustainable Art Practices
Jane Gibson  Anthropology The Culture of Agriculture
Bruce Hayes  French FREN 455: French Literature of the Renaissance
Tim Hossler  Design ADS 560: Visual Culture
Scott Jenkins Philosophy PHIL 592: Philosophy of Technology
Rachel McDonald Psychology PSYC 578: Social Attitudes
Paul Scott French FREN 177: Perspectives on the Human and the Animal in Science-Fiction and Fantasy
Dan Tran Ph.D. Civil Environmental and Architectural Engineering CMGT 702: Construction Equipment and Methods


The Oread Project 2014

Faculty Department Course
John Bricklemeyer  Engineering and Project Management PMGT 819: Project Management Fundamentals IV​
Greg Cushman History  ENVN / HIST 336: Ethics, Ideas & Nature
Bob Harrington  Psychology; Education PRE 798: Bullying Prevention and Intervention
Matthew Jacobson   Film & Media Studies FMS 375 / 775: Intermediate Video Production​
Megan Kaminski  English ENGL 205: Wildness and Incivility
Rachel Krause   Public Administration PUAD 839: Sustainable Communities
Michael Krueger  Visual Art PRNT 223 / 324 / 523 / 579 / 802 / 903: Printmaking / Intaglio 
Bradley Lane Public Administration PUAD 332: Quantitative Research Methods
Lin Liu  Mechanical Engineering ME 211: Statics and Introduction to Mechanics
Ward Lyles  Urban Planning UBPL 738: Environmental Planning Techniques​
Uma Outka  Law LAW 904: Environmental Law Seminar: Climate Change Law and Policy
Steve Padget  Architecture ARCH 600: LEED for Designers
Emily Rauscher Sociology SOC 427: School and Society
Leigh Sterns  Geology GEOL 161: Geology in Our Lives 



Faculty Department Course
Reza Barati   Chemical & Petroleum Engineering C&PE 528: Well Logging​
Byron Caminero-Santangelo  English, Graduate Program ENGL 908: Postcolonial Ecocriticism​
Bryon Darby  Photo Media, Department of Design PHMD / ADS 560: Collaborative Work​
Stephanie Fitzgerald  English, Graduate Program ENGL / ISP 305: World Indigenous Literatures​
Jessica Gerschultz  African and African-American Studies AAAS 536 / HA 590: Islamic Art and Architecture in Africa​
John Hachmeister  Sculpture, Visual Art SCUL 349: Metal and Glass Casting​
Alfred Ho   Public Affairs & Administration PUAD 694: Special Topic: Sustaining Competitiveness: The Case of South Korea​
Bonnie Johnson  Urban Planning  PUAD 851: Infrastructure Management​
Devon Mihesuah Humanities and Western Civilization HWC 500: Indigenous Foodways, Sustainability, and Environment​
Kathryn Rhine  Socio-Cultural Anthropology ANTH 501: Global Car Cultures​
Jeremy Shellhorn  Department of Design ADS 560: Sustainability Messaging and Design​
Paul Stock  Environmental Studies; Sociology EVRN / SOCI 319: The Sociology of Global Food​
Belinda Sturm  Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering CE 876: Wastewater Treatment Plant Design​
Jane Zhao  Business MGMT 704: Strategic Management​


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