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    Cornell College
  Dec 12, 2017
2017-2018 Academic Catalogue

PHY 116 - Energy & Society (FYS) (1)

Our modern society depends critically on the conversion of stored energy sources, like coal, oil, and natural gas, into useful forms of energy such as electricity, transportation, and heat. This course will explore the societal impacts of this energy use on human health, the environment, and the economy. We will also explore energy production and consumption patterns around the world. Students will engage in critical reading, discussion, and several different types of academic writing. Because this is a writing course, significant course time will be spent on the writing process, with a focus on revision.
(First Year Seminar)