Rawlins Annual Report 2009-2010 Academic Year. Rawlins Professorship. The Jack Rawlins Professorship of Environmental Literacy was established in the College of Natural Sciences in 2002 The Endowment Actually working capital from dividends $18-24,000
By-Laws – adopted by committee on 2/21/2007
– Mission: Advise and support the professor of environmental literacy, whose focus is to prepare all students of all majors, across the various campus disciplines, to deal with a world environment, which is being continually diminished by the loss of species, disappearance of habitats, and degradation of air, water, and soil.
Role as Defined in By-Laws
An integrated study of the nature and interactions of living things and their environments.
This course is an introduction to the processes of evolution and speciation, ecology and ecosystem processes, organismal physiology and cellular biology with an emphasis on how these processes are shaped by the environment.
The course is primarily for students without a strong background in high school biology or chemistry.NSCI 102: Introduction to Living Systems
Since Partnership began: