BIOLOGY


BIO 128-800C

Community Health

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2 Credits

Disease prevention through education, sanitation, isolation and immunization; public health programs and operation of federal and state laws.

For those who would like professional development on disease prevention through education, sanitation and isolation or immunization, as well as understanding public health programs/operations and their federal and state laws.

Tuition: $630.44 WI UG

Schedule: June 11-June 29

Course Delivery: Online 

Instructor: Ms. Laura Cragin, Department of Health Services, University of Wisconsin-Stout, 715-232-2120, craginl@uwstout.edu

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BIO 253-800C

Wildlife Techniques

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2 Credits

Methods of wildlife field sampling and identification.

Tuition and Course Fee: $555.98 WI UG plus course fee of $265.50 for room and meals at Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary

Location: Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary in Sarona, WI

Schedule: May 28-June 29; face-to-face sessions Monday-Friday, June 11-15, at Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary; online course May 28-June 10 and June 16-29

Course Delivery: Online and Face-to-face

Instructor: Dr. Julie Beston, Department of Biology, University of Wisconsin-Stout, 715-232-1248, bestonj@uwstout.edu

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BIO 260-800C

Ichthyology - Wisconsin Fishes

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4 Credits

Introduction to the study of fishes, including morphology, taxonomy, classification, evolution, behavior, and general ecology of fishes. Special emphases on field identification of Wisconsin fishes, management of Wisconsin fish populations, and global conservation of fishes.

Wisconsin is home to more than 150 species of native freshwater fishes, as well as an increasing number of foreign invaders (e.g., round gobies and bighead carp); thus, much attention will be placed on the diversity at hand (i.e. local fishes). This unique four-week summer course will occur from May 14-June 8. Visits will be made to a local fish hatchery where participants will discover how the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources manages fish populations.

Tuition and Course Fee: $1,111.96 WI UG plus course fee of $300.00 to cover lodging, meals and other expenses.

Location: Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary in Sarona, WI

Schedule: May 14-June 8; online course May 14-June 2; face-to-face session Sunday-Friday, June 3-June 8, at Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary (Students may arrive after 1:00 pm on Sunday, June 3, and leave by 4:00 pm on Friday, June 8)

Course Delivery: Online and Face-to-face

Instructor: Dr. Michael Bessert, Department of Biology, University of Wisconsin-Stout, 715-232-2559, bessertm@uwstout.edu

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BIO 262-800C

Introduction to Hygiene and Occupational Health

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3 Credits

Introduction to the field of industrial hygiene and occupational health. The course focuses concepts, terminology, and methodology in the practice of industrial hygiene and identifies resource materials. The class is intended for students majoring in applied science, environmental science, biology, chemistry or health fields; or students wishing to pursue a graduate degree in risk control, safety, industrial hygiene or toxicology.

For individuals who would like to learn the terminology and methodology in the practice of industrial hygiene.

Tuition: $945.66 WI UG

Schedule: June 11-August 5

Course Delivery: Online 

Instructor: Dr. Dale Krageschmidt, Department of Biology, University of Wisconsin-Stout, 715-232-1313, krageschmidtd@uwstout.edu

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BIO 325-800C/BIO 525-800C

Aquatic Vascular Plant Taxonomy

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3 Credits

Identification and collection of plant species located in aquatic habitats: lakes, rivers, and wetlands. Plant and community adaptations to aquatic and wetland environments. Emphasis on species and systems from the Upper Midwest.

For individuals who would like to learn about the identification and collection of plant species located in aquatic habitats.

Tuition: $945.66 WI UG; $1,386.03 WI GR

Location: Online and University of Wisconsin-Stout, Room 141 Jarvis Hall Science Addition

Schedule: August 13-31; Online August 13-26, plus one week field work Monday-Friday, August 27-31, 8:00 am-4:30 pm, at UW-Stout

Course Delivery: Online and Face-to-face

Instructor: Ms. Sarah Hatleli, Department of Biology, University of Wisconsin-Stout, 715-232-2268, hatlelis@uwstout.edu

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