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.

Enquiries please contact: undergrad.eeb@utoronto.ca
Departmental web site: http://www.eeb.utoronto.ca/

Departmental hours (September 4 to 7): Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Explanation on codes and Enrolment Indicators


Ecology & Evolutionary Biology [EEB courses - includes BIO120H1, 220H1, 251H1, EHJ, ENV234H1, 334H1 and JMB170Y1]
Course SC Title
(subtitle)
Meeting
Section
Wait
List
Time Location Instructor Enrolment
Ind Controls
BIO120H1FAdaptation & BiodivL0101YMW10 Wright/ThomsonPSee Details
   L2001YW6-8 Wright/ThomsonRSee Details
   L5101YW6-8 Wright/ThomsonPSee Details
   P0201N T1:30-4:30 (A)    
   P0202N T1:30-4:30 (A)   
   P0301N W1:30-4:30 (A)   
   P0302N W1:30-4:30 (A)   
   P0401N R1:30-4:30 (A)   
   P0402N R1:30-4:30 (A)   
   P0501N F11-2 (A)   
   P0502N F11-2 (A)   
   P5401N R6-9 (A)   
   P5402N R6-9 (A)   
BIO220H1SGenomes to EcosystemsL0101YTR1 Rowe/Stinchcombe  
   P0101N T9:30-12 (A)   
   P0102N T9:30-12 (A)   
   P0201N T2:30-5 (A)   
   P0202N T2:30-5 (A)   
   P0301N W9:30-12 (A)   
   P0302N W9:30-12 (A)   
   P0401N W2:30-5 (A)   
   P0402N W2:30-5 (A)   
   P0501N R2:30-5 (A)   
   P0502N R2:30-5 (A)   
   P5301N W6:30-9 (A)   
   P5302N W6:30-9 (A)   
   P5401NR6:30-9(A)   
   P5402N R6:30-9 (A)   
BIO251H1SForm Function DevelopL5101YT6-8 T. SagePSee Details
   P0101N M2-5 (A)   
   P0102N M2-5 (A)   
   P5101N M6-9 (A)   
   P5102N M6-9 (A)   
EEB202H1SPlants & SocietyL0101YTR1 J. Eckenwalder See Details
   L2001YTR1 J. EckenwalderR
EEB204H1SDiversity of LifeL0101YM1 C. Goldman  
     W1-3 C. Goldman 
EEB214H1FEvol & AdaptationL0101YM4 Tba See Details
     W4-6 Tba 
   L2001YM4 TbaR
     W4-6 Tba 
EEB214H1SEvol & AdaptationL0101YT1 Tba 
     R1-3 Tba 
   L2001YT1 TbaR
     R1-3 Tba 
EEB215H1SConservation BiologyL0101YT11 B. Raboy  
     R11-1 B. Raboy 
EEB225H1SBiostatisticsL0101YTR3 Fortin/GilbertPSee Details
   P0101NW1-3   
   P0201NW3-5   
   P0301NT10-12   
EEB255H1SFundl Conserv BiolL0101YW1-4 M. GrossPSee Details
EEB263H1FCompar Vert AnatomyL5101YT6-8 Tba  
   P5101NR6-9   
EEB266H1FInvert DiversityL5101YT6-8 TbaPSee Details
   P0101NW2-5   
   P0102NW2-5   
   P5101NW6-9   
EEB267H1SVertebrate DiversityL0101YTR9 D. McLennanPSee Details
   P0101N W9-12 (A)   
   P0102N W9-12 (A)   
   P0201N W1-4 (A)   
   P0202N W1-4 (A)   
EEB268H1FPlant DiversityL5101YW6-8 R. SagePSee Details
   P0101N M2-5 (A)   
   P5101N M6-9 (A)   
EEB299Y1YRsch Opportunity PrgL0101NTBA B. ChangE 
   L0201NTBA A. CutterE
   L0301NTBA M. FredericksonE
   L0401NTBA B. GilbertE
   L0501NTBA F. RoddE
   L0601NTBA J. ThomsonE
   L0701NTBA  E
EEB318H1FPrinciples EvolutionL0101YT11 Cutter/Stinchcombe  
     R11-1 Cutter/Stinchcombe 
EEB319H1SPopulation EcologyL0101YMW1 Tba/KrkosekPSee Details
   P0101NR9-12   
   P0201NR1-4   
EEB321H1FCommunity EcologyL0101YMW1 Frederickson/TbaPSee Details
     R9-12 Frederickson/Tba 
EEB322H1FBehav & Behav EcolL0101YMW11 Tba/RaboyPSee Details
   P0101NT2-5   
   P0201NW2-5   
   P0301NR1-4   
EEB323H1FEvol GeneticsL0101YT11 Cutter/TbaPSee Details
     TR12 Cutter/Tba 
   T0101NW12   
   T5101NR5   
EEB324H1SEvolutionary EcologyL0101YM4 Rowe/WeisPSee Details
     W3-5 Rowe/Weis 
   T0101NM11   
   T0201NM3   
   T0301NW2   
EEB325H1SEvolutionary MedicineL0101YM11 N. MideoPSee Details
     W11-1 N. Mideo 
EEB328H1FPhysiological EcologyL0101YF10-12 R. SagePSee Details
     F1-3 R. Sage 
EEB331H1FIntro to the FungiL0101YTR3 J. MoncalvoPSee Details
     T9-12 J. Moncalvo 
EEB340H1SCompar Plant MorphL0101YMW1 T. SagePSee Details
     R9-12 T. Sage 
EEB356H1FInsect BiologyL0101YTR2 D. Darling  
     R3-6 D. Darling 
EEB362H1FMacroevolutionL0101YWF9-11 McLennan/Evans  
EEB365H1STopics Biodiv Con BioL0101YWF9 Fortin/DarlingPSee Details
   P0101NW10-1   
   P0201NF10-1   
EEB375H1FOrganisms & EnviroL5101YW6-9 Tba  
EEB382H1FDiversity of FishesL0101YF10-12 McLennan/Lopez-FernandezPSee Details
     F1-4 McLennan/Lopez-Fernandez 
EEB384H1SBiol AmphibiansL0101YTBA  PSee Details
EEB386H1SAvian BiologyL5101YT5-7 TbaPSee Details
     T7-9 Tba 
EEB388H1FBiology of MammalsL0101YT2-5 Engstrom/GoldmanPSee Details
     R3-5 Engstrom/Goldman 
EEB397Y1YProj Ecol & Evol BioL0101NTBA  E 
EEB428H1SGlobal Change EcolL0101YF10-12 Sage/WeisPSee Details
   T0101NF1-3   
EEB430H1STheoretical EcologyL0101YTBA  PSee Details
EEB440H1FPlant-Animal InteractL0101YTR1 Thomson/FredericksonPSee Details
     F1-3 Thomson/Frederickson 
EEB445H1SEthnobotanyL0101YW2-5 T. Dickinson  
EEB460H1FMol Evol and GenomicsL0101YW10 Baker/Irwin  
     F10-12 Baker/Irwin 
EEB465H1SConserv Biol TheoryL0101YR1-4 M. GrossPSee Details
EEB466H1FBiodiv: Museum StudyL0101YM1 Baker/Evans/TbaPSee Details
     W1-4 Baker/Evans/Tba 
EEB488H1YIssues in ResearchL0101NF3 Cutter/ChangE 
     F4-5:30 Cutter/Chang 
EEB495H1FSeminar in EEBL0101YM2-4 TbaPSee Details
EEB495H1SSeminar in EEBL0101YM2-4 TbaP
EEB496H1SBehav & Ecol SeminarL0101YT1-3 McLennan/RoddPSee Details
EEB497H1FRes Stud Ecol & EvolL0101NTBA StaffE 
EEB497H1SRes Stud Ecol & EvolL0101NTBA StaffE
EEB498Y1YAdv Res Ecol & EvolL0101NTBA StaffE 
EEB499Y1YAdv Res Ecol Evol IIL0101NTBA StaffE 
EHJ352H1FEvol of Human GenomeL0101YM2 Wright/Tba  
     W2-4 Wright/Tba 
ENV234H1FEnv Biol: EcosystemsL0101YMW10 Tba/Eckenwalder/BollmannPSee Details
   P0101N T9-12 (A)   
   P0102N T9-12 (A)   
   P0201N T1:30-4:30 (A)   
   P0202N T1:30-4:30 (A)   
   P0301N W1:30-4:30 (A)   
   P0302N W1:30-4:30 (A)   
   P0401N R9-12 (A)   
   P0402N R9-12 (A)   
ENV334H1SEnv Biology AppliedL0101YMR3 TbaPSee Details
   P0101NT9-12   
   P0201NT2-5   
   P0301NW2-5   
JMB170Y1YBio, Models, MathL0101YMWF1 J. Repka  


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