Marine Immersion - MEFB 410
Open to all incoming freshmen (pre-freshmen) University of New Hampshire students.
August 14 - August 21, 2017
An intensive 2-credit course for incoming UNH freshmen, surveying a range of marine-related fields (with emphasis on biology and ecology), research approaches, and organisms. Marine Immersion will introduce students to the breadth, excitement and challenges of marine science through lectures, demonstrations, and field experience offered by a cohort of UNH faculty and through short research projects carried out at the Shoals Marine Laboratory on Appledore Island.
Dr. Jessica Bolker
Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University of New Hampshire
Fees & Registration:
Course fee differs for New Hampshire resident (in-state) vs. non-resident (out-of-state).
To sign-up for this program at UNH, follow this link!
Introduction to Sustainable Engineering - ENE 751/CIE 851
Open to rising college seniors and graduate students.
May 23 - July 26, 2016
3-credit course via the University of New Hampshire (UNH). The course begins with exploration of the precept that we live in, and must design engineering works for, a world with a finite supply of natural resources and with limited life support capacity. Tools for sustainability engineering are the major focus of the course, which include life cycle, analysis and life cycle impact analysis, the metrics and mass and energy flow analyses used in the field of industrial ecology, and environmental management systems. CIE 851 is a hybrid course. It meets May 23 - July 22 online. It then meets Saturday, July 23 through Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at Shoals Marine Laboratory, Appledore Island. There will be asynchronous chat rooms.