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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
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.”