Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Thank You

A big thank you to everyone who posted to the blog this quarter. It was a happening place with multiple posts most days. It's surprising how, even though we cover a lot of historical topics, the subjects we cover are in the news.
  • From the possibility of eradicating AIDS to Antibiotic resistance and MRSA.
  • From the Pope rejecting condoms to the President acting to prevent sick cows entering the cow foodstream.
  • From pathogens in our pork to bubonic plague in our ferrets.
  • From squirrel brains to zombie snails.
If you enjoyed the class please tell your friends (I don't get paid by the student, I just honestly believe people should know this stuff). The class will run each Winter quarter AND in summer session.

If you did not enjoy the class, or it wasn't what you expected, or you have suggestions for improvement then please let me know if you haven't already.

Good luck on your finals and have a safe spring break.

John

2 comments:

Reikan Lin said...

Thank you for instructing this class! I highly enjoyed it and will recommend it to my peers. Thank you for providing an opportunity to post on this blog; I found it to be a fun and interesting supplement to the course.

Elise Bell said...

I really enjoyed this class, Mr. Latto, and I will definitely recommend it to all my friends! It was awesome to learn all the relevant facts about the disease of the week, and then some not-so-relevant ones. (My favorite fact was the leprosy and armadillos one!) Thanks!