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University Accredited Workshops

A variety of workshops are available for college credit in cooperation with Cameron University based in Lawton, OK.

Participants will take part in outdoor activities, research and journaling sessions to become more aware of, and involved with, current environmental issues. Learn to examine human biases and value judgments as they apply to wildlife, habitat and the use of natural resources. Subjects include bio-diversity and environmental ethics; the ecology of Wichita Mountains and its prairies; a diversity of wildlife found on the refuge, including elk, eagles and migratory birds; and how all of this fits in on a global scale. These workshops are in high demand and filled to capacity with enrolled students with a waiting list of students eager to fill the cancelled slots.

Wichita Mountain Elk
CRN 10765 BIO 2121
This course is designed for teachers, youth group leaders, naturalists, outdoorsmen and others interested in developing an appreciation of elk in a natural environment. It focuses on the species from a biological, cultural and historical perspective. The course includes time in a classroom with and a major field trip conducted Sunday morning.

DATES: This annual course is offered in September.

Climate Change
CRN 10764 BIOL 2121
Climate change is affecting plant and animal populations and their habitats world-wide. A major aim of this course is to translate available and emerging scientific information into practical concepts that students can use to address this critical and complex issue. The course includes lectures, videos, group interaction and field trips.

DATES: This annual course is offered in October.

For enrollment information for these or other courses contact:
Lorie Garrison
Continuing Education and Outreach
415 South Shepler Center
Phone: 580-581-2282
FAX: 580-581-2590
loriebg@cameron.edu
 
Last Updated: Jun 08, 2012
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