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One of my go-to learning places. Introduction to criminology; crime categories, characteristics and elements; measuring crime through criminal justice research; crime patterns and trends; victimization in criminal justice; rational choice and trait theories in criminology; social structure and social process theories in criminology; social conflict theories and restorative justice; developmental theories of crime; overview of violent crime; types of murder; types of sex crimes; basics of property crime; economic and public order crimes; crimes of moral turpitude; political crime and terrorism; understanding cyber crime; American criminal justice systems; law enforcement in America; and punishment and corrections. The program recommends that they have at least two years in a specialized nutrition field. Full Body Systems has not only changed my practice but it has changed my perspective on what I can accomplish! The size of the fetal pig depends on the time allowed for the mother to gestate:. Jennifer Engels, FBS '12 and ' Ten Speed Press,

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The Digestive and Endocrine System Game

Life in the Universe 5 NW R. SULLIVAN Introduction to the new science of astrobiology, study of the origin and evolution of life on Earth, and the search for microbial and intelligent life elsewhere in the Universe. Designed for non-science, liberal arts majors. BIOL which may be taken concurrently.

Emphasizes how circuits within the brain process sensory information and generate complex movements. Open to all students interested in biology whether intending to major in the biological sciences, enroll in preprofessional programs, or fulfill a Natural World requirement.

Metabolism and energetics, structure and function of biomolecules, cell structure and function, animal development. Animal physiology, plant development and physiology. Schivell Comprehensive introduction to biology from the standpoint of interactions between biology, human health, society, and the larger ecosystem. Covers Mendelian genetics, evolution, biodiversity of life forms, ecology, conservation biology, metabolism and energetics, structure and function of biomolecules, cell structure and function, animal physiology, and plant physiology.

Topics include oceanography, ecology, physiology, behavior, conservation, fisheries, exploration, and activism. Honors section research project.

Spotting misinformation; causal fallacies; statistical traps; data visualization; big data; interpreting scientific claims; fake news and social media; refutation techniques. WARD Follows the history of life from its first formation including the origin of life and life's diversification from single cells through multi-celluarity. Examines fossils and DNA evidence from understanding the sequence of events and evolutionary history of life.

Specific content varies and must be individually evaluated. Credit does not apply to major requirements without approval. Martin-Morris Explores the use of various cell and molecular laboratory techniques, such as PCR, cloning, gel electrophoresis, and bacterial transformation through hands-on experiments. Students produce a portfolio of techniques they have learned. Boersma Students make a short film on a biological story, concept, or theory.

Includes developing a storyline, getting the shots to make compelling viewing, editing, and producing a short video.

Self Covers the major systems of the human body integumentary, skeletomuscular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular and reproductive and the interactions of cells and tissues that help humans live, grow and change. Intended for students considering careers in health or science or who want a greater understanding of the parts and functions of the human body.

Focuses on engineering and innovating necessary biology tools from raw materials bread, soap, preservatives, textiles, penicillin, salt, etc. BIOL Biological Impacts of Climate Change 3 NW Covers the biological impacts of climate change, including changes in species distributions and interactions, altered phenology, and ecosystem dynamics.

Discusses implications of these biological impacts for society e. Olmstead Classification and diversity of seed plants; concepts and principles of classification, lab and field study of common plant families in Washington, and skill development for identification of species.

One weekend field trip. Plant descriptive characters evident in the field with eye and hand lens. Hardiness and landscape applications. Emphasis on understanding the strengths and weaknesses of the approach based on case studies. Analysis of basic principles of animal and plant physiology, with emphasis on cellular processes that mediate organismic processes.

Serves as gateway to upper-division courses in physiology. Emphasizes patterns, processes, and consequences of evolutionary change. Serves as gateway to level courses and seminars in evolution, population genetics, sociobiology, conservation biology, phylogenetics, and systematics. Emphasis on molecular approaches to understand cell structure, function, and regulation, and the analysis of experimental design and data interpretation. Serves as a prerequisite to advanced level cell, molecular, and developmental biology courses and seminars.

Emphasizes understanding species interactions in biological communities and relationships of communities to environment. Serves as a prerequisite to level courses and senior seminars in ecology, population, and conservation biology. Zeman Recognition of cellular and tissue structures in plants and animals with correlations to normal physiology and disease states.

Schivell Recent biological advances studied in the context of our society, designed to foster critical thinking, public awareness, and policy impact. Topics may include human reproductive technologies, genetic engineering, embryonic stem cell research, and medical scanning improvements. Considers how natural selection and the legacies of our human, primate, mammalian and bacterial ancestries have shaped our biology. Topics include mental disorders, aging, cancer, diet, obesity, diabetes, infectious diseases, racism, and health differences between human groups.

Students make their own hive, rear a queen bee, and prepare a publishable scientific paper and learn basic beekeeping technique. Peer facilitators assist with labs, lectures, and course administration and gain direct classroom experience. No independent teaching or grading. Opportunities vary by quarter and instructor. Klicka Focuses on the physiology and preparation of birds for use in scientific collections, including hands-on methods for sustainable and accurate display.

Allows a structured, real world biology work experiences off-campus. All internships must be approved by instructor. Schivell Integrated reading, writing, and experimentation in molecular biology. Design and implementation of experiments using modern molecular biology techniques to address current questions in biology. Emphasizes reading and evaluating primary research literature.

Includes practice in different scientific writing styles. Strong emphasis on reading and interpreting primary research literature. Paredez Students perform initial characterization of novel genes through epitope tagging and localization.

Cellular Aspects 3 NW H. De La Iglesia Examines the physiology of membrane transport, nervous signaling, sensory systems, behavioral modulation, muscle, neuronal and endocrine integration, and circadian rhythms. Emphasis on the cellular and tissue level.

Based on analyses of primary research articles. This course does not cover infectious diseases. Cabernard Examines the basic mechanisms used by stem cells to form differentiated cells. Offers opportunities for follow-up experiments based on initial observations. BIOL Neuroethology 4 NW Comparative exploration of the neural, hormonal, and genetic mechanisms that control behaviors necessary for survival and reproduction in animals. Model systems discussed include animal communication, mate choice, escape behavior, spatial orientation, homing and migration, and biological rhythms.

Students are expected to understand fundamental concepts of neuroscience from any of the following prerequisite courses. Gardner Focuses on current research in primary literature in molecular and cellular biology. Covers three topics in depth that change to match immediately active topic areas. Morphological changes in developing animals; experimental analysis of developing systems; underlying genetic and biochemical regulation of development.

Parrish Uses molecular biology, cell biology, and genetic approaches to investigate how nutrient signals influence neuron growth. BIOL Molecular Evolution 5 NW Survey of empirical approaches to the study of molecular evolution and ecology, drawing on examples from a variety of taxa and the recent literature.

Topics include DNA sequencing and systematics, fingerprinting approaches in behavioral ecology, and adaptive evolution at the molecular level. Parichy Analysis of intertwined developmental and evolutionary processes studied through evolution of developmental genes, proteins, and expression patterns in different organisms.

Includes reading and analyzing implications for ecology evolution, and human disease. Covers mutation, dominance, redundancy, epistasis, and key technologies for discovery of gene function as well as embryogenesis, meristem formation, flower development, and other problems in plant development. Includes theoretical background as well as aspects that range from the molecular and cellular basis to the ecological and evolutionary implications of biological rhythms.

Focuses on the foundations of data wrangling, data analysis, and statistics, particularly the development of automated techniques that are reproducible and scalable to large data sets. Bergstrom Game theory is a tool for modeling and understanding biological interactions ranging from parental care to mate choice to animal contests to symbiosis. Studies conceptual foundations and basic methods and applies game theory in an evolutionary context to better understand the games that organisms play.

Buckley Explores the role of physiology in the ecology and evolution of animals. Special emphasis on how physiology influences responses to environmental change.

Van Volkenburgh Advanced physiology seminar focusing on plant sensory mechanisms, transport and integration of information, and behavior in response to a variety of environmental stimuli. Carrington Studies the ecology of the oceans and coastal regions, emphasizing benthic communities common to the Pacific Northwest. Kim Explores physiological mechanisms that underlie ecological observations, including how above- and below-ground microclimates develop and affect plant physiological processes.

Discusses acclimation to environmental change along with species differences in physiological processes and plant's occupation of heterogeneous environments. Laboratories emphasize field measurement techniques. Daniel Physical biology emphasizing a mechanical approach to ecological, evolutionary, and physiological questions. Basic principles underlying fluid and solid mechanics to explore responses of animals to flows, loads, and motions.

Riffell Examines behavioral and physiological processes within an environmental framework. Uses a synthetic approach emphasizing applications to cell biology, physiology and behavior, and biomechanics. BIOL Marine Zoology 5 NW Survey of groups of invertebrate animals represented in the San Juan Archipelago; natural history, functional morphology, ecology, distribution, habitat, adaptation, trophic interrelationships, and evolution.

BIOL Biology of Cannabinoids 1 NW Focuses on the plant biochemistry of and human biology interaction with cannabinoid compounds such as those found in the genus Cannabis. Representatives of all major and most minor phyla are collected, observed live, and studied in detail. Taken at Friday Harbor Laboratories. Not open for credit to students who have taken BIOL Ruesink Study of marine ecological processes such as recruitment, disturbance, competition, and predation, and their effects on the structure and diversity of marine communities.

Weekend field trips to local intertidal habitats required. Laboratory work emphasizes structures and functions. Emphasizes annelids and related worms, mollusks, and arthropods. BIOL Research Apprenticeship in Marine Science 15 NW Immersive quarter in research n close collaboration with one-three faculty mentors on a specific topic that varies with the apprenticeship. Students engage in laboratory or field research in marine science, involving gathering, analyzing, and communicating results as part of a research team.

BIOL Herpetology 5 NW Amphibian and reptile biology, with emphasis on evolutionary relationships, ecology, behavior, morphology, physiology, and taxonomy. Finally someone that spoke my language, that wanted to talk about WHY things happened in the body. I had been told that I "knew enough" already. But I knew I needed more.

As a result, I am finally confident in my abilities as a coach and have found the right direction for my business. Taking Full Body Systems has literally transformed my own health and my work. The understanding of the digestive, immune, and endocrine systems that I gained during FBS helped me heal digestive and immune issues that I had been dealing with for a long time.

FBS gave me the confidence to work with clients at the deeper, functional nutrition level. I started attracting my ideal clients, getting referrals from doctors, receiving invitations to speak, and loving my work even more.

I now feel so much more confident and qualified to work with my clients, who often come to me with many chronic conditions My first ah ha came in the very first module on digestion. I was able to use the DoneYou handouts immediately with my very next client These invaluable condition-specific handouts cover what the condition is, why it is a problem, along with the solutions including foods to eat and not eat, supplements and herbs and lifestyle. Full Body Systems has not only changed my practice but it has changed my perspective on what I can accomplish!

This series of classes has increased my knowledge base in such a way that I had the confidence to work with a more seriously ill client that the regular medical community had given up on. It has made me a better coach because I now have a larger scope of understanding of many different health issues and conditions.

My clients are able to see results and improve their health with the information I am able to extend to them — all thanks to the training that Replenishpdx. My life has transformed because of Andrea and her classes. From reading about her approach and philosophy on her website, I knew I had finally found a perfect fit for me.

The combination of the live on-line classes recorded to listen to at another time if you can't make it , the expert guest interviews, the message board for asking every question possible that didn't get answered in class, the live one-on-one clinicals I have been searching for programs, educators and mentors that focus on the root cause, that see how beautifully complex our systems are and how to approach it with curiosity and confidence — HNL and the Replenish team are it!

I am so grateful to have enrolled in HNL. These past 9 months have been full of discovery, depth, illumination, and play. I don't think I've ever learned so much smart and applicable information in such a short amount of time. My confidence and ability to help my clients has skyrocketed and I can now more fully step into that role of practitioner and partner in their health journey. The decision to invest in Full Body System was one of the best decisions I have made in my wellness career.

Totally worth every penny I spent. You will get the recordings and the transcripts so you can learn at your own pace. Many thanks to Andrea and her team for creating an amazing and empowering program! I am so grateful for Holistic Nutrition Lab. I have so much more confidence, and as I support a functional medicine doctor, it has allowed me to understand the protocols he is using, and be in a better position to support clients And when an issue comes up with a client, I now have so many resources to go back to!

This past year has changed my life! I've learned an amazing amount through FBS. It's a very comprehensive program that strikes me more like Master's level training.

If it's possible to be too generous, then Andrea and her team are that! Her deep commitment to sharing her training and experience with other coaches is apparent throughout the course. She shares a path to health that offers hope and clarity. I feel very fortunate! It's like a lens inside the body to help uncover 'what's going on in there' as well as presenting a new way of living.

Not only is the course amazing, but Andrea is a highly intelligent, compassionate and giving teacher. She goes above and beyond to ensure that this very complex information is presented in a way that can be easily applied for the most benefit for our clients. I cannot believe how I learned from FBS. Even though I have a master's degree in human nutrition, I found these classes offer more practical and clinical information. Every class was full of "ah-ha" moments.

I have to tell you that there were several times during the live classes that I was brought to tears! I was learning so much—it was overwhelming! Participating in Holistic Nutrition Lab not only boosted my knowledge, but my confidence, and in turn has transformed my life and my practice. HNL was so full of ah-ha moments for me. Andrea has special super powers — she can break down a complicated topic into easy to understand nuggets like no other can.

Plus, her use of storytelling ensures lessons are digestible, comprehendible and usable. I have been practicing as a Health Coach for a few years but couldn't really find my groove.

Andrea's FBS course was just what I was looking for. I needed the background of how the body systems work together to make sense of nutrition. Looking at the body and symptoms clinically gave me so much more insight. There is so much more to learn in this field and I must stay humble and open-minded in order to connect with each client, keep up with the latest science, and empower each client so that they know they are the experts on their body and I am joining them on their journey to better health.

My education through Full Body Systems has propelled me to another level and has built my confidence to take on more complex clients. Now I am able to hold a positive and educational space for them to learn how to listen to and support their body throughout their journey to wellness. The information in the HNL classes has been invaluable and I really feel they are better then some of my college classes.

The format allows for me to review over and over again with the transcripts, audios, and videos. How could I go wrong? Andrea is the impassioned teacher you never want to leave. As her student, I was present to her loving embrace and determination that I be equipped with the critical thinking skills that gave me the confidence in my practice to successfully spread my wings and fly.

I now have a greater understanding of the miracle that is our body, and Andrea's way of taking very complicated information and presenting it in an understandable fashion is brilliant. I also love the transcripts and recordings provided, as I can go back and refer to these when I have a client that is having a specific health challenge. The Full Body System course is changing not only my life, but the lives of my family and my clients. After graduating IIN, I felt really excited about coaching clients, but I didn't have the confidence that I'd be able to support clients with specific health issues.

I now feel able to further embrace my target market and connect with them in a way where I can be a true coach and guide. As a coach, I was looking for a 'missing link,' something that would give me a more stable foundation to work from with clients in a more professional way, and this course provided that foundation. Andrea is someone who is constantly striving to learn more, experiment and share her knowledge with others in a collaborative way that makes continuing this learning exciting.

She is passionate about her work and she passes that energy on to her students. They "put the meat on the bones" of what I learned when I became a health coach. With the complicated issues that are out there today, there is no way that I could have successfully navigated my way around. Andrea has such heart, and she delivers what she promises, and then more, and then even more after that. As a health coach, I felt I didn't know "enough". In a word, brilliant!

I think Andrea is a gifted teacher as well as clinician. She has the genius of presenting complex information in a way that makes it meaningful, understandable and implementable. A bonus to the program is the resource of the message board, where FBS-trained coaches find meaningful information, unlike other coaching portals filled with misinformation.

My confidence has increased and my practice has filled, as I'm able to meet my clients exactly where they are, and I am able to see a much broader picture for them. Andrea and her team have filled in so many gaps in my knowledge base, and I am a much better health counselor for it. I am now able to offer my clients much more comprehensive and insightful coaching, which helps improve their outcomes. Their lung health improves because they are better able to fight infections and inflammation with the improved coaching I am able to provide.

I took Andrea Nakayama's Full Body Systems course and can honestly say it was the best decision I have made for my private health coaching practice. Full Body Systems has taken my practice to a whole new level as I now feel incredibly confidant guiding my clients through various digestive, immune and endocrine health concerns.

Full Body Systems is an absolutely invaluable tool for any health care practitioner who is looking to help their clients on a deeper level by getting to the root cause of health concerns. HNL has given me so much knowledge and the skills I've acquired through this training have really taken my practice to the next level.

This new depth in understanding gave me the confidence I needed with clients and in creating classes of my own. It allowed me to truly step into the role of educator, where I am helping clients connect the dots in terms of not only what foods and lifestyle choices will work for them but why those choices are specific to them and their physiology.

I would not have the knowledge base or the confidence to run my own detox program if it weren't for all of the education and experience that I have learned by participating in Andrea's programs.

She has changed my life forever in the best way possible. When I listened to Andrea speak I was in total awe of her and what she was presenting. It was exactly what I was seeking to understand.

That was the pivotal moment for me, and I signed up for the year-long program, Full Body Systems. The more I learned and understood through FBS, the more I understood how to care for myself, and that is when my own health began to flourish I am reconnected with my body, and aware of how it is feeling and what it is asking for.

I love feeling vibrant and energized again. I feel passionate and confident as a woman and as a Health Coach and love sharing what I've learned with my clients through my practice. Learning from Andrea has been a crucial game changer for my business and my personal goals. This is the information I had always wanted to know but never thought I could learn without going to college. It's not just the knowledge in this program that makes it so unique but Andrea's stories, insights and experiences that when bundled together make for the perfect package.

I am definitely a hands-on and very visual learner and Andrea's style of teaching and explaining the very complex and intricate workings of body systems was just what I needed to take my business to the next level.

I come from a research background and often find wellness courses thrown together and rather light. I appreciate Andrea's comprehensive and well-prepared teaching style.

Her discussions, handouts, and links are helpful to me when I'm learning as well as later when I help clients. Although those things help! Andrea's Full Body Systems is a must for every aspiring health coach. Andrea makes complex physiology easy to understand and explains each body system and its maladies from a nutrition perspective. Each well-designed "intensive" comes with lots of reading material, images and video links.

The HNL staff is super-supportive and the forum community offers an additional wealth of perspective and information. I have learned more than I expected, and it transformed my life and my practice. Holistic Nutrtion Lab has been absolutely priceless. I am very honored and grateful I found and met Andrea! FBS has grounded my life. Andrea is artist and genius educator combined. What she has created is a new model of nutritional care for everyone. Near the end of the course I found my confidence skyrocket and started talking to people in the birthing community about what I now have to share.

They want me to educate their mothers-to-be. Without effort I am seeing my business unfold. Holistic Nutrition Labs has given me the confidence to handle clients with health issues. Through Andrea's program, I gained a much deeper understanding of anatomy and physiology than I had before I started.

Andrea is witty, interesting, and incredibly smart about how the body works. She peppers classes with interesting tidbits that I never heard any place else. I know that the time and money spent on the program were a great investment for my practice. Andrea's Holistic Nutrition Lab filled in the gaps and really rounded out my nutritional training. It has given me the confidence to work with clients that have chronic conditions like Fibromyalgia, Hashimotos and whatever else comes up I am able to work with them and meet them where they are to discover how we can work together to realize their full potential and health.

It's amazing what and how you learn in HNL This program is a gift, it towers above any other nutritional training that I've taken! Going through each system of the body really made me look at my own health and body in a completely different way.

When you can really begin to understand the why, you will be so much more successful at applying the what and how. I also was able to provide my clients with a greater understanding of their own bodies and health and offer them solutions and options that have most definitely resulted in positive changes for them. Holistic Nutrition Lab has enabled me to take my nutrition counseling skills above and beyond what I ever could have dreamed of.

Holistic Nutrition Lab is the best education and I am so thankful that I get to be apart of it each step of the way! Taking this course has transformed my business by elevating my confidence dramatically. It has enabled me to take on clients I would have never felt I could, and get amazing results. I am blown away by how easy Andrea makes complex information "digestible"and how much I learn about my body and brain connection and the food I eat.

Andrea is one of the "secret tools" i keep in my tool belt for health!!! Andrea truly wants everyone to "get it" and apply the knowledge she is passing along to our lives and spread the word to others. I know that I will be studying with Andrea for many years to come. Andrea has a unique ability to take the complicated and make it easy to understand and applicable to my daily practice.

As a result, I am partnering confidently with medical practitioners, taking on more clients, and seeing real results. Andrea and HNL is one of my go to learning places. If you want to take your practice to next level of excellence you don't want to pass this opportunity up.

The Digestive Intensive rekindled my excitement and confidence as a health coach. I could not be more excited to be a part of this community and the ongoing amazing experience! Each class helped me connect the dots for myself and my clients. It really helps to understand the WHYs. It helped me and my clients! Each week, Andrea took scientific principles about human physiology and broke them down into simple steps - discussing concepts that, for someone such as myself who does not have a medical background and has never taken a huge interest in science -surprisingly unleashed the science nerd within!

That would be my biggest moment of revelation for sure, especially since I couldn't wait to learn more from one week to the next. I came into FBS as a certified health coach with a Paramedic and fitness background, so I knew my science.

I was excited to see how science could merge with food. She brings in the tough scientific concepts that I geek out over and transformed it into easy-to-understand content and practical application strategies that we could use with clients right away. I'm hard-pressed to imagine the kind of nutrition coach I would be without Andrea, her well-stocked FBS program and the resultant information marinating in my brain cells.

This investment paid for itself ten-fold as I now am able partner with functional doctors who send me referrals that I wouldn't have been able to help without the knowledge I gained in FBS. Andrea is probably one of the brightest and most generous teachers available to us in the world of functional nutrition. In fact, I would say, she is defining player in what it means to work with clients and patients within a functional approach to nutrition. The information that Andrea teaches is comprehensive, detailed and informative but also taught in a way that is understandable.

I've gained such a depth of understanding about physiology and the way the human body works that I feel like I''ve been in a short version of medical school.

Full Body Systems is an absolutely invaluable tool; I now have so many resources at my fingertips and it's great knowing not just Andrea, but the whole team has your back! Andrea Nakayama and Full Body Systems prepares us to be more effective in our goals to improve ourselves, serve our communities, and coach others who seek true wellness.

HNL is by far the best online learning experience I've ever had. I feel fully equipped with a framework of functional nutrition to find root causes on behalf of my clients and their health goals. Holistic Nutrition Lab was the best decision that I made towards my career and education in the nutrition and health field.

Andrea is able to take complicated scientific nutritional information and explain it in an easy to understand format. Having a deep understanding of food and physiology and how those two come together, using the tools that Andrea teaches, and listening deeply to our clients is truly the way we dochange! Admittedly, I was on the fence about signing-up for HNL. There are so many trainings and certifications offered for health coaches.

Plus, as a mentor coach for the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, I see so many new coaches paralyze themselves under the guise of one more training until they're "enough. This step-by-step Primer introduces you to 3 Tiers of Client Care so that you can crack complex cases and become the go-to practitioner in your community.

Full Body Systems is an absolutely invaluable tool for any healthcare practitioner who is looking to help their clients on a deeper level by getting to the root cause of health concerns. Within a month of having taken the Digestive intensive, I had attracted new clients and was able to help them so much more effectively. I can sum up Andrea and her FBS program in one word My first ah-ha came in the very first module on digestion.

I studied for 5 year to become a naturopathic practitioner but I wasn't able to bring results to the growing stream of people with chronic conditions. After one month in FBS my practice started picking up because I got better results! The information provided is fundamental to any holistic practice and is presented in a way that a layperson can digest.

There are priceless little gems included in this offering and what a student receives goes way beyond the cost of this course. Want to know more about Functional Nutrition Lab? It's amazing what and how you learn in FNL. I find Andrea to be unique in how she teaches, explaining the underlying biology for health conditions and how to be a detective for your client's underlying condition so that they can heal.

I have gained so much confidence as a health coach. Andrea presented the course with such clear explanations and diagrams of the many areas involved in the human digestive system. I loved being part of a large community of like-minded people to be able to hear and listen to various points of view.

And, that, to me, was very comforting as I revered her knowledge on this subject. You can make an investment that is comfortable for you and you come away with way more than you can ever imagine. Who is Andrea Nakayama? Discover more about her here! One of my go-to learning places. If you want to take your practice to the next level of excellence, you don't want to pass this opportunity up.

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