Courses taught (at Lafayette, 2011-  ; U.Va. [UVA], 2005-2011; Va. Tech [VT], 2001-2005)

History Surveys

“U.S. History: Settlement to Civil War,” History 1115 [VT]
“U.S. History: Reconstruction to 9/11,” History 1116 [VT]
“Environmental History,” History 271 [UVA] and History 3144 [VT]
“The History of Technology Survey,” History 215 [Lafayette]
“History of Technology: Ancient Greece to Industrial Revolution,” History 3715 [VT]
“History of Technology: Industrial Revolution to the Present,” History 3716 [VT]

Advanced topics courses

“Technology, Nature & Sustainable Communities,” STS 2500 [UVA] [and here]
“History, Technology & Sustainable Agriculture,” STS 2500 and History 2559 [UVA]
“American Science and Nature: From Jefferson to Today,” History 2984 [VT]

STS core courses

“Introduction to STS,” STS 1500 [UVA]
“Technology, Values & Progress,” STS 4500 [UVA]
“Environmental & Engineering Ethics,” STS 4600 [UVA]

Engineering and Environmental Studies

“Ten Ways to Know Nature,” First Year Seminar, FYS 18 [Lafayette]
“Engineering & Public Policy,” EGRS/PSTD 251 [Lafayette]
“Technology and Nature,” EGRS/EVST 373 [Lafayette]
"Environmental Studies Praxis," EVST 400 [Lafayette]
“Capstone Seminar on Engineering and Society,” EGRS 451 [Lafayette]

Course products

At Lafayette
Course webpage for projects in EGRS 251: Engineering and PublicPolicy (2011)
Course webpage for projects in EGRS 451: Seminar on Technology and Society
    Spring 2012
    Spring 2013
    Fall 2013
    Fall 2014
Course webpage for podcasts in FYS 18: Ten Ways to Know Nature
    Fall 2012
    Fall 2013
    Fall 2014
Course webpage for maps in EGRS/EVST 373: Technology and Nature (Spring 2013)
Course product from EGRS/EVST 373 (Spring 2014):
    Resetting the Table in the Lehigh Valley: A Study of Technology, Nature, and Local Food
Course webpage for slidecasts in History 215: The History of Technology (Spring 2014)

From Virginia

Past teaching and community engagement projects

The UVA Food Collaborative
The Morven Summer Institute (and here and here)
The Thornton Hall Art Gallery (and here, here, and here)
ecoMOD book (2008) [and here]; Foodshed website (2009); Technology and Sustainable Agriculture websites (2010) (2011) [the links are dead, thanks Arthur]