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UVic makes important changes for student field trips to Bamfield

The University of Victoria is making important changes to how it conducts field trips to the Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre (BMSC) following a review of a fatal bus accident last September.

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2020 Fall online courses – How to apply

1. Check admission requirements Fall online course requirements: Students accepted into the Fall Semester program will have completed their second year in biology, zoology or botany. Completion of introductory courses in ecology and statistics are required, and courses in introductory invertebrates and non-vascular plants are strongly recommended. 2. Apply online to BMSC - I am…
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2020 Online Fall Courses Application Form – NEW applicants

FOR NEW APPLICANTS to Fall 2020 online courses Please see the Fee structure for the 2020 Online Fall Program here. Fall Application Deadline: July 27, 2020 at 11:00 AM Student applications received past the application deadline will be assessed on a first-come, first-served basis. REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: One set of transcripts for all post-secondary academic activities…
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2020 Online Fall Application Form – EXISTING Applicants

Submit this form if you have already applied for, and been accepted to the 2020 Fall Program at BMSC. There are no additional application fees. Please see the Fee structure for the 2020 Online Fall Program here. Applicant information *Required field *First name *Last name Nickname Contact info *Phone Number (Format: XXX-XXX-XXXX) *Email *Must be…
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Educational support for BMSC students amidst Covid-19

BMSC has decided that we will not be hosting on-site university courses or field trips until April 2021, at the earliest.

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Adapting to new challenges with innovative solutions

From the field to the lab, let us know how we can help to make your research happen!

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BMSC stands together against racism and intolerance

Message from Director, Sean Rogers

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Dr. Dina Navon, Postdoctoral Fellow

How do complex, interacting behaviours evolve? And which genes are ultimately responsible? Dr. Dina Navon is currently investigating questions about the genetic architecture of biomechanics in marine and freshwater three-spined stickleback at the BMSC. Her research includes assessing feeding behaviours in juvenile and adult fish using high-speed video. She is co-supervised by Dr.

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