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Summer 2018 field course schedule now available!

What are you doing next summer? Check out our Summer 2018 field course offerings.

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Introduction to spatial ecology and analyses in GIS

Course Description This five day workshop is focused on enabling students to learn the concepts and technical tools to competently perform spatial analyses. This course will teach the concepts and tools of spatial analyses using the open-sourced software QGIS and R which are interchangeable with ESRI’s ArcGIS. By the end of this workshop, students will…
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Introduction to Data Analysis with R (4-Day Workshop)

R is a flexible, powerful and free software application for statistics and data analysis. It is used in a wide variety of research disciplines, and has become increasingly popular in recent years. This 4-day workshop aims to provide graduate students, upper-level undergraduates, academic faculty and other researchers, with essential skills for analyzing data with R.…
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Intermediate Data Analysis with R (4-day workshop)

This 4-day workshop is for those who have some prior experience with R, and who want to augment their abilities. A review of linear regression models will be followed by introductions to extensions of linear models, including generalized linear models (GLMs), and linear mixed-effects models. To complement the statistical topics that are implemented during the…
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Our undergraduate experiential learning results in significant discovery about predicting biodiversity.

This new study, published online today, is the result of data collected by our undergraduate students as part of their field course, Coastal Community Ecology.

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Field Mycology

We have not hosted a Field Mycology course for a number of years, and we are very excited about this offering! Details coming soon.
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In Pursuit of the Whale

OverviewWhat to expectOverview Overview: The course will involve close study of literature and films relating to whales and whaling, employing theoretical concepts from ecocriticism (environmentally-oriented cultural criticism) and critical animal studies. Making good use of the proximity of wild cetaceans, historic whaling sites, and the contemporary cultural industry of whale-watching, the course will combine place-based…
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Marine Terrestrial Interactions

Overview: Details coming soon OverviewWhat to expectOverview Details coming soon What to expect read about Marine Terrestrial Interactions 2012 here
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Education Coordinator

The position of Education Coordinator has been created to deal with the growth and diversification of education activities at BMSC and our member universities, and the need to remain competitive with funding opportunities that could support improvements to BMSC Education.

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Deputy Director

Reporting to the Director, the Deputy Director/Operations Manager is responsible for the day-to-day provision, operation, and maintenance of the BMSC’s facilities, building systems, and infrastructure.

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