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Paine, Oliver C.C. Lecturer

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  • ANTH 2010 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology 1
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2020 / Summer 2020 / Fall 2020 / Fall 2021
    Detailed consideration of human biology, the place of humans in the animal kingdom, primate ecology and fossil evidence for human evolution. Required for ANTH majors.
  • ANTH 2030 - Laboratory in Biological Anthropology 1
    Primary Instructor - Summer 2018 / Fall 2018 / Summer 2019
    Lab in human osteology and musculoskeletal system emphasizing comparative primate morphology, adaptation, and the fossil record documenting the natural history of primates. Recommended corequisite: ANTH 2010. Meets the MAPS requirement for natural science: lab, when taken with ANTH 2010.
  • ANTH 2040 - Laboratory in Biological Anthropology 2
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018 / Spring 2019 / Spring 2020
    Experiments and hands-on exercises designed to enhance understanding of the principles and concepts presented in ANTH 2020. One two-hour class per week. Recommended corequisite: ANTH 2020.
  • ANTH 3000 - Primate Behavior
    Primary Instructor - Summer 2020 / Fall 2020
    Surveys naturalistic primate behavior. Emphasizes social behavior, behavioral ecology, and evolution as they lead to an understanding of human behavior.
  • ANTH 4110 - Human Evolutionary Biology
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2021
    Detailed consideration of the fossil evidence for human evolution. Covers the discovery of important fossils and interpretations; descriptive information about the fossils; and data and theory from Pleistocene studies relating to ecology, ecological and behavioral data on modern apes and molecular studies that have bearing on the study of human evolution. Same as ANTH 5110.
  • ANTH 5110 - Human Evolutionary Biology
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2021
    Detailed consideration of the fossil evidence for human evolution. Covers the discovery of important fossils and interpretations; descriptive information about the fossils; and data and theory from Pleistocene studies relating to ecology, ecological and behavioral data on modern apes and molecular studies that have bearing on the study of human evolution. Same as ANTH 4110.
  • ARSC 1550 - Making the Self: Tools for Well-Being and Success in College
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2020
    Helps first-year Arts and Sciences students build the skills, learning techniques and agency needed for success at CU and beyond. Taught in an experiential, workshop-format, this course focuses on developing a student's critical and analytical skills along with their practices of investigation and creative problem-solving. Using materials in a variety of media (text, visual, moving image, etc.), the course will explore different ways of knowing and learning. In an active small-group setting, students you will examine and define the concepts that lay the foundation for their college education.

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