Ecology & Evolutionary Biology [EEB courses - includes BIO120H1, 220H1, 251H1, EHJ, ENV234H1, 334H1 and JMB170Y1]
The following timetable information is the most current information available. Courses and meeting sections added will be listed below. Courses and meeting sections cancelled will be indicated as such.
For BIO120H1: Students have the opportunity to ask their professors questions in weekly tutorials held M5 p.m. and W8 p.m. It is important that you keep one of these times available.
Practicals (laboratories) meet in alternate weeks (A): practical meeting section numbers that end with 1 start the week of September 15; practical meeting section numbers that end with 2 start the week of September 22. Laboratory enrolment can be done on the SWS until the evening of Monday September 8. As of September 9, laboratory enrolment and changes can ONLY be done by the BIO120 office; see the course site on the U of T Portal for details (www.portal.utoronto.ca).
A list indicating each students laboratory week (1 or 2), day and room number will be posted after 5 p.m. on Friday September 12 on the Portal. For your BIO120H1F laboratory, if you plan to take a CHM138H1F/139H1F laboratory on the same day in alternating weeks, select P sections IN BOTH COURSES that end in DIFFERENT digits (e.g.: P0301 in BIO120H1F and P0302 in CHM138H1F/139H1F). You cannot alternate labs in BIO120H1F on the same day as labs in CHM151Y1 or PHY131H1F/132H1F/151H1F).
Note: Due to the November break on Tuesday November 18, P0202 labs will be rescheduled to Tuesday November 25, so students enrolled in P0202 should NOT schedule alternating labs with another course.
For BIO220H1: Optional weekly tutorials are offered R12 to allow students the opportunity to ask their professors questions, so keep this time available. Practicals (laboratories) meet in alternate weeks (A): practical meeting section numbers that end with 1 start the week of January 19 (the third week of the term); practical meeting section numbers that end with 2 start the week of January 26 (the fourth week of the term). Labs are 2.5 hours in length and start on the half hour. Laboratory enrolment can be done on the SWS until the evening of Sunday January 11. As of January 12 laboratory enrolment and changes can ONLY be done by the BIO220 office; see the course site on the U of T Portal for details.
For BIO 251: Practicals (laboratories) meet in alternate weeks (A): practical meeting section numbers that end with 1 start the week of January 12, sections ending with 2 start the week of January 19. Laboratory enrolment can be done on the SWS until the evening of Thursday January 8. After January 8 laboratory enrolment and changes MUST be done at the BIO251 office; see the course web site for details (http://www.eeb.utoronto.ca/Learning/u-courses.htm). Attendance at the first lab is mandatory.
For EEB266H1: Students will sign-up for practical (laboratory) sessions after attending the first lecture, where specific laboratory dates and times will be made available along with the course syllabus.
For EEB267H1: Practicals (laboratories) meet in alternate weeks (A): practical sections ending with 1 start Wednesday January 21, sections ending with 2 begin Wednesday January 28.
For EEB268H1: Practicals (laboratories) meet on alternate weeks beginning on Monday September 15. Laboratory enrolment can be done on the SWS until the evening of Thursday September 11. After September 11, laboratory enrolment and changes must be done at the EEB268 office; see the course website for details (http://www.eeb.utoronto.ca/Learning/u-courses.htm). Attendance at the first lab is mandatory.
For EEB397Y1, 497H1, 498Y1, 499Y1: Registration for these independent project courses is with the EEB Undergraduate Office, ESC3055B. Application instructions for registration are found at http://www.eeb.utoronto.ca/Learning/u-courses/up-courses.htm
For EEB 2015/15 Field Course availability, information and applications, please refer to our website at http://www.eeb.utoronto.ca/Learning/u-courses/field_courses.htm
For ENV234H1: Practicals (field trips and laboratories) meet in alternate weeks (A): practical sections ending with 1 start the week of September 15 (second week of classes); sections ending with 2 begin the week of September 22.
Note that field trips require extra time before and after the scheduled lab time for you to travel to and from the site; so please do not schedule a class immediately before or after labs. Tuesday afternoon labs (1:30 to 4:30 p.m.) will begin at 2:00 p.m. on field trip days (allowing 30 min for travel to the site), and 1:30 p.m. for indoor labs. Laboratory enrolment can be done on the SWS until the evening of Sunday September 14. After that date, lab enrolment and changes must be done at the ENV234H1 office; see the course web site on the portal for details. Attendance at all labs, including the first one, is mandatory. If enrolment is high, P0402 R9-12 (A) will be added.
Departmental hours (September 4 to 7): Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
|Ecology & Evolutionary Biology [EEB courses - includes BIO120H1, 220H1, 251H1, EHJ, ENV234H1, 334H1 and JMB170Y1]|
|BIO120H1||F||Adaptation & Biodiv||L0101||Y||MW10||Wright/Thomson||P||See Details|
|BIO220H1||S||Genomes to Ecosystems||L0101||Y||TR1||Rowe/Stinchcombe|
|BIO251H1||S||Form Function Develop||L5101||Y||T6-8||T. Sage||P||See Details|
|EEB202H1||S||Plants & Society||L0101||Y||TR1||J. Eckenwalder||See Details|
|EEB204H1||S||Diversity of Life||L0101||Y||M1||C. Goldman|
|EEB214H1||F||Evol & Adaptation||L0101||Y||M4||Tba||See Details|
|EEB214H1||S||Evol & Adaptation||L0101||Y||T1||Tba|
|EEB215H1||S||Conservation Biology||L0101||Y||T11||B. Raboy|
|EEB255H1||S||Fundl Conserv Biol||L0101||Y||W1-4||M. Gross||P||See Details|
|EEB263H1||F||Compar Vert Anatomy||L5101||Y||T6-8||Tba|
|EEB266H1||F||Invert Diversity||L5101||Y||T6-8||Tba||P||See Details|
|EEB267H1||S||Vertebrate Diversity||L0101||Y||TR9||D. McLennan||P||See Details|
|EEB268H1||F||Plant Diversity||L5101||Y||W6-8||R. Sage||P||See Details|
|EEB299Y1||Y||Rsch Opportunity Prg||L0101||N||TBA||B. Chang||E|
|EEB319H1||S||Population Ecology||L0101||Y||MW1||Tba/Krkosek||P||See Details|
|EEB321H1||F||Community Ecology||L0101||Y||MW1||Frederickson/Tba||P||See Details|
|EEB322H1||F||Behav & Behav Ecol||L0101||Y||MW11||Tba/Raboy||P||See Details|
|EEB323H1||F||Evol Genetics||L0101||Y||T11||Cutter/Tba||P||See Details|
|EEB324H1||S||Evolutionary Ecology||L0101||Y||M4||Rowe/Weis||P||See Details|
|EEB325H1||S||Evolutionary Medicine||L0101||Y||M11||N. Mideo||P||See Details|
|EEB328H1||F||Physiological Ecology||L0101||Y||F10-12||R. Sage||P||See Details|
|EEB331H1||F||Intro to the Fungi||L0101||Y||TR3||J. Moncalvo||P||See Details|
|EEB340H1||S||Compar Plant Morph||L0101||Y||MW1||T. Sage||P||See Details|
|EEB356H1||F||Insect Biology||L0101||Y||TR2||D. Darling|
|EEB365H1||S||Topics Biodiv Con Bio||L0101||Y||WF9||Fortin/Darling||P||See Details|
|EEB375H1||F||Organisms & Enviro||L5101||Y||W6-9||Tba|
|EEB382H1||F||Diversity of Fishes||L0101||Y||F10-12||McLennan/Lopez-Fernandez||P||See Details|
|EEB384H1||S||Biol Amphibians||L0101||Y||TBA||P||See Details|
|EEB386H1||S||Avian Biology||L5101||Y||T5-7||Tba||P||See Details|
|EEB388H1||F||Biology of Mammals||L0101||Y||T2-5||Engstrom/Goldman||P||See Details|
|EEB397Y1||Y||Proj Ecol & Evol Bio||L0101||N||TBA||E|
|EEB428H1||S||Global Change Ecol||L0101||Y||F10-12||Sage/Weis||P||See Details|
|EEB430H1||S||Theoretical Ecology||L0101||Y||TBA||P||See Details|
|EEB440H1||F||Plant-Animal Interact||L0101||Y||TR1||Thomson/Frederickson||P||See Details|
|EEB460H1||F||Mol Evol and Genomics||L0101||Y||W10||Baker/Irwin|
|EEB465H1||S||Conserv Biol Theory||L0101||Y||R1-4||M. Gross||P||See Details|
|EEB466H1||F||Biodiv: Museum Study||L0101||Y||M1||Baker/Evans/Tba||P||See Details|
|EEB488H1||Y||Issues in Research||L0101||N||F3||Cutter/Chang||E|
|EEB495H1||F||Seminar in EEB||L0101||Y||M2-4||Tba||P||See Details|
|EEB495H1||S||Seminar in EEB||L0101||Y||M2-4||Tba||P|
|EEB496H1||S||Behav & Ecol Seminar||L0101||Y||T1-3||McLennan/Rodd||P||See Details|
|EEB497H1||F||Res Stud Ecol & Evol||L0101||N||TBA||Staff||E|
|EEB497H1||S||Res Stud Ecol & Evol||L0101||N||TBA||Staff||E|
|EEB498Y1||Y||Adv Res Ecol & Evol||L0101||N||TBA||Staff||E|
|EEB499Y1||Y||Adv Res Ecol Evol II||L0101||N||TBA||Staff||E|
|EHJ352H1||F||Evol of Human Genome||L0101||Y||M2||Wright/Tba|
|ENV234H1||F||Env Biol: Ecosystems||L0101||Y||MW10||Tba/Eckenwalder/Bollmann||P||See Details|
|ENV334H1||S||Env Biology Applied||L0101||Y||MR3||Tba||P||See Details|
|JMB170Y1||Y||Bio, Models, Math||L0101||Y||MWF1||J. Repka|
|Faculty of Arts and Science, University of Toronto|
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