Summer Session II:
  • BIO 213z: Foundations of Ecology
    June 24 - July 12, 2019
    Instructors: Dr. Kevin Pangle, 4 credits

    Study the relationship between organisms and their environment.

    Prerequisites: BIO 112 with a C- or better.
  • BIO 366z: Freshwater Biology
    July 1 - July 12, 2019
    Instructor: TBD, 3 credits

    An introduction to the ecology of freshwater systems with an emphasis on the natural history, identification, and collection of freshwater organisms.

    Prerequisite: currently changing prerequisites, contact the Department of Biology for new prerequisites and/or to be added to this course.
  • BIO 100z: Field Biology
    July 13 - July 22, 2019
    Instructor: TBD, 3 credits

    Introduction to the techniques and methods for field studies in biology. Sampling procedures, interpretation and data analysis emphasize basic ecological relationships between organisms and their environments.

    Prerequisites: Open to high school sophomores, juniors and seniors for college credit.
  • CHM 211Z: Quantitative Analysis
    July 29 - August 8, 2019/Lecture is on-line: May 20-July 26
    Instructor: Dr. Dale LeCaptain

    Field experience emphasizing environmental analytical chemistry at CMUBS (July 29th – August 8th) Analysis and interpretation of quantitative chemical information from volumetric, electrochemical, spectroscopic, and chromatographic techniques.

    Prerequisite: CHM 132 Recommended MTH 107.
  • BIO597z8: Stream Ecology (1 credit or non-credit workshop)
    July 29 - August 1, 2019
    Instructor: Dr. Gary Lamberti, University of Notre Dame

    Investigate the physical, chemical, and biological organization of stream and river ecosystems along with their riparian zones and watersheds. Critically evaluate recent conceptual developments in stream ecology. Interpret the effects of human activities on streams, rivers, and watersheds.

    Prerequisite: BIO110,111 or instructor permission.
  • CHM 571z Special Topics in Chemistry (Water Quality Chemistry for Education) (1 credit or non-credit workshop)
    August 9 - August 12, 2019

    Water quality measurements of various watershed types with best practices for educational instruction (focus grades 4-9) of water quality experiments.