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Interim 2010


HE W10 Healthy Eating and Nutrition. All food was created good.  Even so, we often make uninformed food choices.  This course will explore the basic concepts of nutrition, including nutrient composition, “super foods”, eating wisely in the dining hall, apartment cooking, and the effect our own choices have on our health, the health of a community, and local and worldwide food availability.  We will take a concerted look at specific food-related issues of social justice, including our farming and production practices, our systems and infrastructure for food distribution to the poor, and the impact of hunger on health, learning, and quality of life.  A significant portion of the course will be spent in the kitchen cooking nutritious and affordable meals on a college student’s budget.  Students will be required to eat together on several occasions. This course will NOT satisfy the requirement for HE 254, the regular semester Nutrition course for pre-nursing, exercise science, health education, and pre-professional students.  Student evaluation will be based on quizzes, assigned readings, reflective essays, and completion of a recipe project.  Materials Fee: $20. J. Walton.  8:30 a.m. to noon.

HE W40 Women's Health.  This course focuses on personal decision making in all dimensions of women's health.  We investigate, discuss, and share women's health concerns ranging from cancer to sexuality.  We focus on the unique physiology and anatomy of women, as well as on health care use and advocacy.  Community experts, women's health videos, and women sharing their personal life stories add to our learning experience.  Students are expected to complete assigned readings, complete 2 research summaries, make a class presentation, conduct a health interview, attend relevant January Series Lectures, and write reaction papers on each of the speakers.  This course may fulfill an elective in the Health Education minor.  D. Bakker, A. Warners.  8:30 a.m. to noon.

IDIS W15 River and Rainforest:  Costa Rica Cross Cultural and Wilderness Skills Intensive.  R. Walter-Rooks.

IDIS W22 An Inside Look at the January SeriesR. Honderd, K. Saupe.

IDIS W24 Dancing the Elementary Curriculum.  E. Van’t Hof.

IDIS W30 Medical TerminologyN. Meyer.

CANCELED IDIS W37 Business Golf.  J. Bergsma, P. Holtrop.

PER activities Courses (1 semester hour)

120A Scuba. # M. Christner. 6:30pm - 10:00pm (TTH)

127A Downhill Skiing.  #+  D. Gelderloos .  2:00-4:00 (MWTH)

127B Downhill Skiing.  #+ D. Gelderloos .  6:00-8:30 (TTH)

128A Ice Skating.  #+  M. Christner .  9:30-11:00 (MWF)

137A Bowling.  #+ J. Bergsma .  10:30 -11:45 (MWF)

141A Rock Climbing. D. Bailey. 8:30-9:50 (MWF)

141B Rock Climbing. D. Bailey. 1:30-2:45 (MWF)

155A Ballet I.  J. Genson .  12:30-3:00 (MTW)

165A Ballet II.  J. Genson .  1:00-4:00 (THF)

173A Basketball I. J. Bergsma . 9:00-9:50 (MTWTHF)

174A Volleyball I. B. Otte. 11:00-12:20 (MWF)

174B Volleyball I. B. Otte. 1:30-2:45. (MWF)

180A Badminton I. J. Kim. 10:30-11:20. (MTWTHF)

181A Badminton II. J. Kim. 11:30-12:20. (MTWTHF)

182A Tennis I. M. Christner . 1:30-2:45. (MWTH)

186A Gymnastics. + J. Bergsma. 1:30-2:45 (MWTH)

@ Elective only, does NOT fulfill core.

# Fee required.  Pick up information sheet in P.E. Office.

+ Class will meet off-campus.