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Dr. Rita Bagwe
Biology Instructor

 

Contact Information

Office Location: 551, East Calvada Blvd, Pahrump Center
Phone:775-753-2005
Email:rita.bagwe(a)gbcnv.edu
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Education

  • Ph.D, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, 2012

 



Memberships
  • Red Rock Audubon Society, Las Vegas


Classes

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BIOL 223
Title:Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Catalog Description: The morphology and physiology of cells, tissues, and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems in a laboratory and lecture class. Designed for all life science majors but specifically for students in allied health programs. Concurrent enrollment in a corresponding lab section is required for this course.
BIOL 299
Title:Special Topics in Biology
Catalog Description: Topics of interest emphasizing the natural history of the Great Basin including winter bird watching, hawk watching in the Goshutes, small mammal ecology, and the flowers of the Ruby Mountains. Includes field trips. Unlimited repeatability.
CHEM 100
Title:Molecules and Life in the Modern World
Catalog Description: Introduction to chemistry in its many forms and applications, physical and organic, with consideration of environmental and social issues. Includes laboratory activities.
CHEM 121
Title:General Chemistry I
Catalog Description: Fundamentals of chemistry including reaction stoichiometry, atomic structure, chemical bonding, molecular structure, states of matter, and thermochemistry.
ENV 100
Title:Humans and the Environment
Catalog Description: Introduction to the relationship of man and his environment. Current thinking and research concerning the impact of industrialization and urbanization on environmental quality, including the population explosion; the potential decline of the affluent society by the depletion of natural resources; the pollution of air, land surface, and water; and the public agencies and policies designed to solve environmental problems.
NUTR 121
Title:Human Nutrition
Catalog Description: An introductory nutrition course for the beginning student. Course will center on the major nutrients and their roles in maintaining good health. Students will learn to recognize well-balanced diets and acquire shopping tips and preparation techniques for optimum utilization of food dollars. Class includes four required labs.
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