For a superb academic adventure, JOIN US on the shores of Flathead Lake in Northwest Montana, USA for Summer Session 2020!
See what awaits our next cohort of summer students in this short video Summer Session 2020 – Get Out Here! https://youtu.be/sjDuOiSWQGk.
Flathead Lake Biological Station, University of Montana, offers summer field-based ecology courses in aquatic and terrestrial realms in spectacular northwest Montana, USA. Courses run June 22 through August 14, 2020. The summer academic program emphasizes experiential learning through direct observation of biota and ecological processes under the open sky plus hands-on activities in a research-intensive atmosphere. Credits earned at FLBS are transferable to most college and university degree programs, and 400 level courses may be taken for undergraduate or graduate credit. Sophomores-to-be, upper division, and early grads are applying now at https://flbs.umt.edu/apps/education/.
Many scholarships are available. Scholarship applications are due Monday, March 16, 2020! https://flbs.umt.edu/apps/education/ss_scholarships.aspx
At FLBS, students benefit from low student-faculty ratio, great facilities, a dedicated support staff, outstanding instructors, and academics influenced by synergism of multidisciplinary research and education. Courses involve field trips to many Flathead Watershed locations including Glacier National Park. Students describe their time at FLBS as transformative with a judicious share of scholarly fun and camaraderie. Dartmouth graduate student Melissa DeSiervo attended Matt Church’s Aquatic Microbial Ecology course in 2019 and notes, â€³I truly canâ€™t believe how much I learned in only two weeks, all while having fun and connecting with other scientists!â€
FLBS Summer Session 2020 Courses
– Field Ecology BIOE 342
– Conservation Ecology BIOE 440
– Sensor Design, Fabrication, & Deployment BIOB 491
– Field Studies in the Evolution of Animal Behavior BIOB 491
– Landscape Ecology BIOE 451
– Aquatic Microbial Ecology BIOE 400
– Alpine Ecology BIOE 416
– Stream Ecology BIOE 439
– Remote Sensing for Freshwater Ecology GPHY 474 (UAVs and Acoustic Doppler Profilers)
– Lake Ecology BIOE 453
– Forest & Fire Ecology BIOE 458
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