Subject: Summer courses for undergraduate and graduate students (fwd)

Michael Williamson (pita@whale.simmons.edu)
Sun, 4 May 1997 09:29:31 -0400 (EDT)

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J. Michael Williamson
   Principal Investigator-WhaleNet <http://whale.wheelock.edu>
   Associate Professor-Science
   Wheelock College, 200 The Riverway, Boston, MA 02215
voice: 617.734.5200, ext. 256
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Date: Fri, 2 May 1997 10:49:17 -0700
From: Moe Brown <mbrown@wn.net>
Reply-To: Marine Mammals Research and Conservation Discussion
     <MARMAM@UVVM.UVIC.CA>
To: MARMAM@UVVM.UVIC.CA
Subject: Summer courses for undergraduate and graduate students

                                        SUMMER INSTITUTE
        CENTER FOR COASTAL STUDIES/ UNIV. MASSACHUSETTS - LOWELL

COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE CREDIT AND NON -CREDIT
                FIELD COURSES IN PROVINCETOWN ON CAPE COD


        For information or applications, contact Dr. Moira Brown, Director
                        (508) 487-3622, email: mbrown@wn.net

        or write: Summer Institute c/o Center for Coastal Studies
                              P.O. Box 1036
                              Provincetown, MA 02657

                        Application Deadline: June 1, 1997


The Summer Institute at the Center for Coastal Studies offers intensive
field courses in marine and coastal science, combining classroom, field and
laboratory studies.

Each two week course will give participants the equivalent of a
semester-long college course (3 semester-hour credits).  Students will
receive credit through the University of Massachusetts - Lowell.  Graduate
credit can be arranged for qualified students.

The Summer Institute will give you the chance to combine rigorous,
intellectually stimulating lectures and discussions with laboratory studies
and field work in the most beautuful and evocative landscapes and seascapes
- a place Thoreau called "a most advantageous point from which to view this
world".


SESSION I: JULY 7-18, 1997

* Coastal Botany: Dr. Howard Irwin, Former director, N.Y. Botantical Garden,
Former Professor of Botany, Columbia University.

* Coastal Geology: Dr. Graham Giese, Coastal Geologist, Woods Hole
Oceanographic                         Institution.

* Utilization of Marine Resources: Dr. Moira Brown, Senior Scientist, Center
for                                Coastal Studies


SESSION II: JULY 21 - AUGUST 1, 1997

* Biology of Marine Mammals: Drs. Moira Brown and Charles "Stormy" Mayo,
Senior Scientists, Center for Coastal Studies

* Evolving Coastal Ecology of Cape Cod: Dr. Norton Nickerson, Professor
Emeritus                         of Biology and Director Emeritus of the
Environmental Studies                         Program, Tufts University

* Marine Environmental Issues: Dr. Benjamin Giese, Department of
Oceanography,                         Texas A & M University


Fees: Tuition: Undergraduate credit - $900
                    Graduate credit         - $1300
                     Non-credit students  - $450
                     Texts and materials   - $75