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  • Introduce self Explain purpose is to tell them about an amazing opportunity for next summer or beyond
  • Located on Douglas Lake, Michigan With 7 miles of uninterrupted shoreline
  • We offer 2 sessions: a 4-week spring session (take 1 class) Or an 8-week summer session (take 2 classes)
  • Many of our summer classes also satisfy the Upper Level Writing Requirement.
  • You will learn to see the natural world in a different way.
  • The “Academic” part of UMBS is that regardless of what you choose to do here, you will be involved in rigorous study.
  • UMBS has its own aid. Also, students who have not received UM Financial Aid in the past sometimes qualify for spring or summer.
  • Information and applications are available NOW Information Session (drop by any time)” 4-5 p.m. in the SLC on Nov. 19.
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    • 1. University of MichiganBIOLOGICAL STATION
    • 2. Location: Douglas Lake, MI
    • 3. • Spring term: take1 class (2-5 credits) •Summer term: take 2 classes (10 credits)
    • 4. Spring 2013 CoursesSession I: May 29 – June 15, 2013•Biology of Birds – EEB 330•General Ecology – EEB 381•Ethnobotany – EEB 455Session II: June 2 – 16, 2013•Field Methods in Great LakesOceanography
    • 5. Summer 2013 CoursesJune 22 – August 17, 2013 •Forest Ecosystems•Environmental Writing and Great •Biology of InsectsLakes Literature •Behavioral Ecology•Intro to Urban and Environmental •Limnology: Freshwater EcologyPlanning •Field Botany of Northern Michigan•Rivers, Lakes and Wetlands •Great Lakes Coastal Wetlands•General Ecology •Biology and Ecology of Fishes•Natural History and Evolution
    • 6. Research Experience forUndergraduates (REU)ProgramMid-June to Mid-August, 2013•Nationally competitive•Paired with a faculty mentor•Conduct your own research•Stipend, room and board provided
    • 7. Scholarships and Financial Assistance available Apply by March 15, 2013
    • 8. What next?• Information Session: Wednesday, November 7 12-1 p.m., 1046 Dana• Applications available late October: www.lsa.umich.edu/umbs/ 2541 Chemistry Building• E-mail questions to: umbs@umich.edu

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