If you miss the great outdoors these days, you’re not alone. Erika Zavaleta’s course Ecosystems of California (BIOE 125 / ENVS 125) lets you discover the state’s fascinating natural environments from the shelter of your home.
How much time do you spend thinking about food? Do you, too, seek (and find) comfort in snacks these days?
Lissa Caldwell’s intriguing course Feeding California (ANTH 110Y) makes us really ponder the meaning of food and the meaning(s) in food as it offers plenty of — pardon the predictable pun — food for thought in Spring 2020.
The MOOC Feminism and Social Justice launched this week a year ago. In this excerpt from its first lecture, the course creator Professor Emerita Bettina Aptheker presents her own “working definition” of what feminism stands for.
Feeling germophobic yet?
Watch Karen Ottemann’s fascinating explanation of pathogen detection, action, and prevention. This ever-so-topical video is an excerpt from Professor Ottemann’s course Microbiology (METX 119).