COLL C105: Weather and You

5806 — Fall 2022

Instructor
Cody Kirkpatrick
Location
BH 310
Days and Times
TR 1:15 PM–2:30 PM
Course Description

What are the factors that influence day-to-day weather? Why do we care? How is Earth's climate changing and how does it affect us? In Weather and You, students learn about the processes that drive basic weather and climate phenomena and their impact on our daily lives.

Specific topics will vary by section and over time, but all versions of C105 will meet the objectives of the College of Arts and Sciences Critical Approaches curriculum. The curriculum is intended for freshmen and sophomores, who will learn how scholars from the natural and mathematical sciences Breadth of Inquiry area frame questions, propose answers, and assess the validity of competing approaches. Writing and related skills are stressed.