Year 1 students field courses and summer schools 2012
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FORYEAR 1 STUDENTS – PLEASE READ!FIELD COURSES AND SUMMER SCHOOLSEach summer school or field course forms the major part of the Year 2 Skills module for your degreecourse. One of the below (depending on your degree course) is compulsory for all current Year 1students. It is not possible to obtain permission to delay attendance until the end of Year 2 unless thereare very exceptional circumstances.Module Module title Compulsory for Details Staff Datescode these courses responsibleBS211 Skills in - Molecular Cell biology Dr Jody Weeks 37-38 Biomolecular Medicine & laboratory course Mason 12-19 June 2012 Science Biochemistry on campus - Biochemistry - Genetics - Biological Sciences*BS212 Ecology Residential - Ecology Field course in Dr Alex Weeks 38-39 Field Course - Biodiversity and Brittany, France Dumbrell 21-29 June 2012 (plus Conservation information session on - Biological 02/05/2012 from 10.00- Sciences* 12.00 in TC2.8 and TC2.9BS213 Marine Biology - Marine and Field course in Dr David Weeks 50-51 Residential Field Freshwater Biology Millport, Scotland Suggett 10-17 September (plus Course information session on 23/04/2012 from 10.00- 11.00 in 6.327)BS214/ Biomedical Science: - Biomedical Science Hospital Dr Paul Week 37BS137 Hospital Experience laboratory Dobbin 11-15 June 2012 and Skills Training experience (plus information session as part of the BS137 lecture from 16.00-17.00 on 03/05/2012)BS216 Research Skills and - Sports and Exercise Sports science Dr Jo Week 38 Employability in Science summer school Barton 18-22 June 2012 Sports and Exercise - Sports Science and on campus Science Biology*BSc Biological Sciences students must choose whether they wish to study BS211 or BS212 and must attend thecorresponding field course.BS212 and BS213 Field CoursesIf you are considering changing to a course which requires you to take BS212 or BS213, you should go to theinformation sessions. To be eligible to attend the BS212 or BS213 field courses, you will need to complete a fieldcourse registration form and a medical questionnaire (available at the information sessions). Failure to completeand return these forms to the appropriate organiser means that we will not be able to book a place for you on therelevant field course. Students that undertake BS212 or BS213 will be required to undertake an additionalcompulsory module, BS257 Career Development and Research Skills for Ecological and Marine Scientists.