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SUMMER SESSION WORKSHOPS
Workshops are non-credit programs offered by the University to enhance the Summer options of students, teachers, business individuals and other professionals. Some offer college credits beyond the program and costs of the workshop themselves, while others offer professional credits (such as Professional Development Credits for Teachers). See each workshop's description for more detailed information. The workshops available in the Summer Session 2012 will be posted as information becomes available.
PINELANDS PRESERVATION ALLIANCE:
Life Science Field Training Institute
for Science Educators
Running June 25 to June 29, 8:30am-4:30pm
at the Pinelands Research Station in New Lisbon, NJ
(for directions see website at http://marine.rutgers.edu/pinelands).
Main Website for the workshop is: http://www.pinelandsalliance.org/teachers/lifescience/
This field-based program will introduce participants to a variety of terrestrial and aquatic habitats, where various topics in the biological and environmental sciences will be explored, including general ecology, population dynamics, community interactions, field sampling techniques, endangered species conservation, biodiversity, water pollution, resource use and biostatistics. Participating science educators will be better prepared to incorporate student collected data sets and investigations into the lab and lecture components of their curricula.
The course will be run by PPA staff. 35 professional development credits are available to attendees. The workshop requires a $50 deposit that is refunded upon completion of the program (so yes, it actually is free). The registration deadline is June 15, and participants may register online here. For more details contact Mike Hunninghake at the Pinelands Preservation Alliance (609) 859-8860 x24.
Additionally, three graduate credits will be offered through Rutgers-Camden. Students must attend the workshop and complete additional graded assignments as directed by the course instructor, Dr. Dighton. Graduate credits are provided through the Graduate Biology department, and may be used toward a Masters degree in the program. Course registration is by permission of the instructor, and students must be accepted for and registered in the Workshop before they may be considered for Graduate credit. Students should contact Dr. John Dighton for permission, and then complete the Registration Form, entering the course information Special Topics: Ecology (Cr.3)56:120:599:Sec.D1:85131. Graduate credit would involve normal graduate tuition over the workshop cost. Tuition (inclusive of student fee) for NJ Residents would be $1,981; for non-residents would be $2,977. For any additional questions regarding registering for credit, contact the Summer Session Office at 856-225-6098 or email@example.com.
GRADUATE MANAGEMENT ADMISSION TEST PREPARATORY WORKSHOPS
GMAT Prep Course Goals
Workshop fee of $295 includes instructional materials and parking fees.
See the website for dates, registration and application: