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ANTHROPOLOGY (L48)  (Dept. Info)Arts & Sciences  (Policies)SP2024

L48 Anthro 290Introduction to Directed ResearchVar. Units (max = 3.0)
SecDays       TimeBuilding / RoomInstructorFinal ExamSeatsEnrollWaits
01TBATBABaitzelNo Final000
02TBATBABaughNo Final000
03TBATBABeckNo Final000
04TBATBABowenNo Final000
05TBATBABoyerNo Final000
06TBATBA[TBA]No Final000
07TBATBAChildsNo Final000
08TBATBADan-CohenNo Final000
09TBATBAFrachettiNo Final000
10TBATBAGildnerNo Final000
11TBATBAGustafsonNo Final000
12TBATBAJacobsenNo Final000
13TBATBAKidderNo Final000
14TBATBALesterNo Final000
15TBATBALiuNo Final000
16TBATBAMilichNo Final000
17TBATBAMuellerNo Final000
18TBATBANakissaNo Final000
19TBATBAOlsonNo Final000
20TBATBAParikhNo Final000
21TBATBAPrangNo Final500
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22TBATBAQuinnNo Final000
23TBATBASanzNo Final000
24TBATBAStraitNo Final000
25TBATBAWertschNo Final000
26TBATBAWoldekirosNo Final000
27TBATBAWroblewskiNo Final000
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