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Spring 2022: Honors Courses with Available Seats

Below, please find a list of several Honors (HONR) courses which still have available seats that you may be interested in taking.

Currently, the HONR courses with available seats fall into four categories: 3 credits whole semester; 1 credit whole semester; 1 credit first eight weeks; and 1 credit last eight-weeks courses. Below please find courses within each of these options.

The Road to Inequality
Instructor: Stefanie Hines
Time and location: 12:30 PM - 01:45 PM TTH | Agricultural Sciences Building | Room 1010
CRN: 16895
This course examines the history of systemic racism in land ownership and property rights in the United States, from conflicts between early settlers and Native Americans to today.
Arthurdale, WV Matters
Instructor: Renee Nicholson, Mike Walsh
Time and location: 04:00 PM - 05:15 PM TTH | Woodburn Hall | Room G10
CRN: 16896
This course teaches students how to connect with historical sites and the non-profit organizations and people who run them.
Materials For the Future
Instructor: John Craynon
Time and location: 09:00 AM - 09:50 AM MWF | Engineering Sciences Building | Room 176
CRN: 16894
This course charges students with examining the challenges of meeting today’s needs for raw materials and energy while also taking into account geopolitical issues and growing concerns of global climate change. 
Service in Tutoring
HONR 245
Instructor: Landon Southerly
Time and location: 4 – 5:15 p.m.;  T | Life Sciences Building | Room G21
CRN: 18372

Sport & Society 
SEP 298A
Instructor: Eugen Nagy
Time and location: 4 - 5:15 p.m.; TTH | Woodburn Hall | Room G16
CRN: 18215
Discover the fascinating intersections between sports, politics, society, culture, history and economy around the world. For more information, contact Prof. Eugen L. Nagy at

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