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SPRING/SUMMER CLASSES AVAILABLE: U-M Biological Station still has space available for field classes

Wednesday, April 30, 2014
12:00 AM
Biological Station

It's not too late to apply for the amazing field classes offered at
the University of Michigan Biological Station
.

All of these classes are based at our Douglas Lake campus
near Pellston, Michigan.  They all feature small class sizes,
hands-on field and research experience, and forays to northern
Michigan's most beautiful and unique places.

Each class is worth 5 credits.

SPRING (May 18-June 14):
Biology of Birds
Ethnobotany
General Ecology

SUMMER (June 21-August 16)
Environmental Writing & Great Lakes Literature
Rivers, Lakes and Wetlands
Forest Ecosystems
Biology of Insects
Field Botany
Biology of Animal Parasites
Natural History and Evolution
Limnology: Freshwater Ecology
Algae in Freshwater Ecosystems
Field Mammalogy

We will still consider requests for need-based aid.

"I went to the Biological Station, not really knowing what to expect. After spending 12 weeks there, I can say it was the best summer I've ever had. I met some amazing people, and I wanted to thank everyone for making it such a blast.”

“Thanks again for helping to make the Bio Station possible.  It truly
revolutionized my academic career, and I could not be more excited for the
next year of classes!”

“My month at the Biostation was one of the best months of my life.”