Friday, May 10, 2013

Summer 2013 Courses Mountain Lake Biological Station (University of Virginia)

An opportunity to get outside and have a field experience; Mountain Lake courses have been transformational for the students who have joined us on top of Salt Pond Mountain.  Consider using the summer to earn course credits and meet some of your  academic requirements.

Summer 2013 Courses Mountain Lake Biological Station (University of Virginia)
Field-based undergraduate and graduate-level credit courses offered by nationally recruited faculty, Work at MLBS focuses on field-based ecology, evolution, physiology, and behavior.  Located in the southern Appalachians, near Blacksburg, VA.
Plant Conservation and Diversity– Zack Murrell, Appalachian State
Techniques in Conservation Biology/Ecology- Melissa Aikens, University of Virginia

Wildlife Disease Ecology – Sonia Altizer, University of Georgia & Courtney Thomason, Texas Tech University

Behavioral Endocrinology/Hormones and Behavior – Caitlin Gabor & Andrea Aspbury, Texas State University

Biology of Fungi – Rytas Vilgalys, Duke University

Landscape DrawingLarge and Small – Megan Marlatt, University of Virginia(flyer attached)

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