Some of your classmates’ all-time favorite IU classes

Just for fun, the Biology advisors have started an informal survey in our office:

What is your all-time favorite class at IU so far (with professor name, if you remember)?

If you like, stop by Jordan A 115 and fill out a white slip with your own recommendation!

Here are the answers we’ve gotten so far (in alphabetical order). You might want to consider taking one of these! (Be sure to check whether you have the prerequisites before enrolling.) We’ll try to update this list on the blog every now and then.

AMST-A 399 Advanced Topics in Social and Historical Studies for American Studies with topic: Rock, Hip-Hop, and Revolution, with Michael McGerr

ANTH-B 200 Bioanthropology

Biochemistry with Jill Patterson [sorry, we can’t figure out which class number the person meant, but they said Prof. Patterson makes the class super interesting]

BIOL-L 111 Foundations of Biology: Diversity, Evolution, Ecology with Spencer Hall

BIOL-B 351 Fungi lecture and BIOL-B 352 Fungi lab with Michael Tansey (typically offered fall semester only)

BIOL-L 376 Biology of Birds with Susan Hengeveld

BIOL-L 211 Molecular Biology with David Kehoe

BIOL-M 380 Microbiology of Infectious Disease with Richard Hardy (typically offered fall semester only)

BIOL-M 430 Virology Lecture with Pranav Danthi (typically offered spring semester only)

BIOL-L 311 Genetics with Wayne Forrester

CHEM-C 117 Princ. of Chem & Biochem I with Jill Robinson

CLLC-L 100 Experiencing the Divine with Sara Farmer

FINA-S 493 Advanced Photography with O. James Nakagawa

GNDR-G 101 Gender, Culture, and Society with Sasha Goldberg

GNDR-G 225 Gender, Sexuality, & Pop Culture with Jennifer Maher

LATS-L 398 A & H Topics in Latino Studies with topic: Latino Folklore

MSCI-M 485 Physiology of Human Disease with Douglas Carr

MUS-Z 110 Non-Music Major Perf. Elective Harp lessons with Elzbieta Szmyt

PSY-P 101 Introductory Psychology I with Irene Vlachos-Weber

REL-B 210 Introduction to Buddhism with Richard Nance