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An adjunct lecturer is needed for fall semester 2015 to teach our undergraduate 4-credit lab course, Environmental Physics. This class satisfies the natural sciences requirement of the Bentley General Education curriculum and teaches essential principles of science to Bentley business students. The course is also a core class in our Environmental Sustainability curriculum.
NASC 140-Environmental Physics Course Description: Earth is a dynamic planet. The changes that occur, regardless of duration, magnitude or location, are the direct result of energy transformations and transfers, both internal and external to Earth. Some of those changes are natural, while others are human induced. As science and technology evolve, we develop a deeper understanding of Earth processes and become more capable of developing innovative solutions to current problems. This course presents ways in which the field of physics allows us to model and understand internal and external Earth processes.
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