Summer Course Spotlight: BIOL 21000 Field Biology One Week in Big, Falls Wisconsin

BIOL 21000 consists of a week long field workshop at Big Falls, Wisconsin, complemented by required readings, worksheets and a written response to course review questions due four weeks after the completion of the field experience.  Through this course, students can fulfill an Experiential Learning requirement and a General Education Science requirement.

  • Summer 2013 Course Dates: May 25th – June 1st
  • No Pre-Requisite Course Required
  • A field trip fee of $300 will be charged in addition to the regular course and laboratory fees. Fees are due by May 4th, 2013.
  • Students will have opportunities to swim in a local lake, wade in falls and pools of a pristine trout stream, hike a portion of the Ice Age Trail, enjoy nutritious meals at an outdoor spa and games as time permits.
  • Course participants camp in tents on private land at the scenic confluence of Spaulding Creek and the Little Wolf River in rural northeast Wisconsin.
  • Space is limited and available on a first-come-first served basis so register today!

BIOL 21000 students examine Wolf Creek for freshwater invertebrates and fish