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Financial aid for college credit courses at Shoals Marine Laboratory this summer


"William E. Bemis" <[log in to unmask]>


Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>


Tue, 4 Mar 2008 09:41:30 -0500





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Greetings to fish listers.

Shoals Marine Laboratory (SML) offers many college credit courses
relevant to ichthyologists and fisheries biologists. We feature small
class sizes and an experiential learning environment where everyone
learns by first-hand observation. The close-knit community we create
each summer on Appledore Island gives SML the feeling of a residential
college, where even a casual conversation with a faculty member or
teaching assistant can turn into a life-changing one. Being on an
offshore island also means that every class includes adventure and
learning opportunities far beyond any normal classroom. We still have
openings in each of the courses listed below, but our March 28
deadline for applicants seeking financial aid is fast approaching.
Please take a minute to review some of our exciting offerings and call
them to the attention of students - and plan to join us on Appledore
Island this summer!

Diversity of Fishes
Learn about the global diversity of fishes with a special focus on
taxa from the Gulf of Maine:

Introduction to Marine Conservation Biology
How can we integrate management of marine fisheries with marine
ecology? Find out:

Biology of the Lobster
Intensive study of the biology, ecology and fisheries for the Gulf of
Maine's best-known invertebrate:

Comparative Embryology and Life History Strategies
Study invertebrate and vertebrate embryos to understand links between
development and ecology:

Forensic Science for Marine Biologists
Explore the expanding interface between marine science, criminal
justice and civil litigation with famous forensic scientists and

Anatomy and Function of Marine Vertebrates
Explore the structure and function of marine fishes, birds, reptiles
and mammals:

Marine Phylogenomics
Systematics, evolutionary genetics, molecular ecology and conservation
biology of marine organisms:

To view SML's complete list of college credit courses for Summer 2008,
please go to:

Willy Bemis
Kingsbury Director
Shoals Marine Laboratory
G-14 Stimson Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853

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