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An introduction to the needs and values of formal organizations and individuals, and group dynamics as they relate to decision making in the organization. The objective of the course is to provide insights into the underlying principles and approaches employed in effective organizations.

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A year's worth of political philosophy from renowned Professor Emeritus of Political Science Charles Anderson. In covering everything from Plato to Marx, Anderson applies their theories to contemporary political, social and economic concerns in an engaging manner.

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An introduction to the principles of immunology including definition of antigens and antibodies, specificity of the immune response, immunoglobin structure, the genetics of immunoglobin synthesis…

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The University of Massachusetts Boston is nationally recognized as a model of excellence for urban public universities.

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Freed-Hardeman University is a private liberal arts university associated with the churches of Christ located in Henderson, TN.

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Listen to Professor Richard Slotkin's final course before retirement, Western Movies: Myths, Ideology, and Genre. Western movies form the oldest of American film genre.

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Moises Silva (born September 4, 1945) is a Cuban-born American biblical scholar and translator.

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Paleopathology is defined as the study of the evidence of disease in ancient human and animal remains. Michael R. Zimmerman, MD, PhD is an anthropologist and retired pathologist. His research is in mummy paleopathology.

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John Goldingay, the 2009 recipient of Fuller's "C. David Weyerhaeuser Award for Excellence," is the David Allan Hubbard Professor of Old Testament in the School of Theology.

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In this class, we will read carefully through The Fellowship of the Ring. We will discuss Tolkien’s elaborate framing of the story and look at the growth and development of the story from its first chapter through the increased seriousness and darkness of the story that follows.

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