Larry M. Frolich, Department of Biology (e-mail)   


Human Biology

Anatomy and Physiology I

Anatomy and Physiology II

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Seminars and Workshops

Northern Andes Amphibian Project

Journal of Sustainability Education

2010 Inaugural Edition

CommunityBased ResourceManagement


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(Fall 2011 Yavapai College Human Bio students, please use the site you are at now--Human Biology link above)



"Nuestra lucha no es fácil. Los que se oponen nuestra causa son ricos y poderosos, y tienen muchos aliados en los altos niveles. Nosotros somos pobres. Nuestros aliados son pocos; pero tenemos algo que los ricos no poseen. Tenemos nuestros cuerpos y nuestros espíritus y la justicia de nuestra causa es nuestra arma.

Cuando somos realmente sinceros con nosotros mismos, debemos admitir que nuestras vidas son lo único que nos pertenece realmente. Por eso, es el modo en el que utilizamos nuestras vidas el que determina la clase de hombres que somos en realidad. Tengo la creencia profunda de que sólo entregando nuestras vidas podemos hallarlas. Estoy convencido de que el acto más verdadero de valor, el más firme exponente de la hombría, es el de sacrificarnos por otros, dentro de una lucha totalmente no violenta en pro de la justicia. El ser hombre es sufrir por otros. Dios nos ayude a ser hombres"


["Our struggle is not easy. Those that oppose our cause are rich and powerful, and they have many allies in high places. We are poor. Our allies are few. But we have something the rich do not own. We have our own bodies and spirits and the justice of our cause as our weapons.

When we are really honest with ourselves, we must admit that our lives are all that really belong to us. So it is how we use our lives that determine what kind of men we really are. It is my deepest belief that only by giving of our lives do we find life.  I am convinced that the truest act of courage, the strongest act of manliness, is to sacrifice ourselves for others in a totally nonviolent struggle for justice. To be a man is to suffer for others. God help us to be men."]


--Cesar Chavez




"It is important that students bring a certain ragamuffin, barefoot irreverence to their studies; they are not here to worship what is known, but to question it. " 
 Jacob Bronowski (The Ascent of Man)


Whoever would study medicine aright must learn of the following subjects.

First he must consider the effects of each of the seasons of the year and the differences between them.

Secondly he must study the warm and the cold winds, both those which are common to every country and those peculiar to a particular locality.

Lastly the effect of water on the health must not be forgotten. 


                                                -On Air, Water and Places, by Hippocrates


Read about sustainability in health care education from Jill Manske [link]


Check it out...the Frolich homestead!


                 EDUCATION IS NOT:  Teaching people things they don't currently know

                 EDUCATION IS:  Teaching people behaviors they don't currently practice


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