SAS 2V Spring 2021

SAS 2V Feeding the World: Influences on the Global Food Supply (3)

Instructor: Sara Dye

Web Virtual Lecture—2 hour(s); Web Electronic Discussion—1 hour(s). Scientific principles and dynamic interactions involved in food production, food processing, nutrition, and agribusiness. Physical, biological and social science issues influencing the availability and safety of the food supply worldwide. Not open for credit to students who have taken SAS 002. GE credit: SE, SL, SS. 

How will lectures be conducted? Lectures are pre-recorded and asynchronous; webinar discussion sections are synchronous

Is attendance in SYNCHRONOUS lectures required? N/A

Will SYNCHRONOUS lecture material be recorded and made available to students? N/A

How will sections be conducted? Synchronous only

Is attendance in SYNCHRONOUS sections required? Yes

How will office hours be conducted? Synchronous Zoom (with or without video as desired), appointments possible on a case-by-case basis

How will exams be administered? Exams will be timed, but students will have a 24-hour or longer window in which to complete them

Other course logistics: Webcam and microphone required