Marine Environmental Science and Conservation
One semester of college-level biology.
June 13, 2016 – June 27, 2016
Students and staff motoring across Gosport Harbor from Appledore (home of Shoals Marine Lab) to a neighboring island. Students and staff motoring across Gosport Harbor from Appledore (home of Shoals Marine Lab) to a neighboring island. The ocean provides us with food we eat, the water we drink and the air we breathe.
Spend fall quarter studying at the UW’s marine field station in the San Juan Islands. Get started by attending one of our info sessions this quarter.
INFO SESSION I: Marine Biology and the Humanities
When: Tuesday 4/12, 3:30 – 4:30 pm
Where: Thompson Hall, Rm 234
Start here if you want to learn more about courses in the humanities and introductory courses in marine biology for students of any major.
A representative from the SEA Semester program will be tabling in the Vista Cafe on Wednesday, April 6 from 12 – 1:30 PM. Find out how you can spend a semester on a sailboat in the Caribbean, Europe, Polynesia or New Zealand. While these are not UW programs, the UW School of Oceanography faculty highly recommends them and supports credit equivalencies for many of their courses.Read more
Starting to plan for the next year? Want to figure out how to schedule for the courses for the Marine Biology Minor? This shared google sheet has the most up to date information from faculty in Biology, Fisheries and Oceanography about course availability and scheduling. Have more questions? Contact the adviser for schedule an appointment. Please note that the sheet only represents the best information we have at any given time, and course scheduling is subject to change.Read more
Still looking for a course for your spring schedule? FISH 312: Fisheries Ecology, taught by Tom Quinn is still open for registration (both the 3 credit lecture only and the 5 credit lab version). Students love this course, there is a field component, and it can fulfill the ‘Aquatic & Fishery Science Elective’ for the Marine Bio minor.
FISH 312: Fisheries Ecology
Ecological characteristics of fishes and shellfishes in the important freshwater and marine habitats of North America.
Attention, Juniors & Seniors! It’s Not Too Late to Gain Experience and Make a Difference
UW’s Academic Support Programs is offering a service-learning seminar titled “EDUC 401: Higher Education Tutoring and Mentorship” in Spring Quarter 2016. This weekly seminar introduces juniors and seniors to tutoring, mentoring, and teaching methodologies. Students apply what they learn in class through tutoring and mentoring new transfer, freshman, and sophomore students who are transitioning socially, culturally, and academically to the UW.
note: these are not UW courses, but they have been recommended by UW Marine Bio faculty. If you wish to transfer these credits to the UW, you must consult first with the UW study abroad office or Marine Biology Advising.
Summer Courses in Bermuda
The Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS) offers a suite of university-level summer courses, designed to immerse students in the study of marine science, with a program of coursework and research that is unique in marine science education.
All of us at UW Marine Bio know that ‘people’ are a critical part of the marine environment. Consider this course to look into socio-environmental data.
ENVIR 495C: Socio-Environmental Data Analysis Workshop (SLN: 14143)
Instructor: Yen-Chu Weng (firstname.lastname@example.org)
MW 11:30-12:50 (MGH 044)
Open to juniors, seniors, and graduate Students
This course is a practical workshop on analyzing socio-environmental data. We will explore methods for analyzing quantitative and qualitative data ranging from social and environmental topics.
[Out of This World: the Minnesota Seaside Station]
Click the link above for a great video shadowing the 2015 students of Friday Harbor Labs’ “Zoo/Bot” quarter on their multi-day camping trip to Botanical Beach on Vancouver Island. Find out what makes Botanical Beach special, what it has to do with Minnesota, and what UW students do there.
This trip is an annual part of the zoo/bot quarter, and there is still time to apply to study at FHL in spring 2016 (deadline: February 1).
We’re pleased to announce that we will be able to offer a course this August. It will be a two-week intensive course starting August 15th (so students will need to arrive by the afternoon of August 14th) and ending Saturday August 27th. Cost details are still being finalized, but the total will be approximately $2500 (including room&board, DAN Basic Life Support, Rescue and Nitrox, and AAUS scientific diver certification).Read more