(3 credits NS/LS or non-credit option)
We are offering one trip this year: August 10-16, 2016 (open to current college students, high school juniors & seniors, and community members)
Join us for one of our info sessions to find out more-3 Options!
October 27 at UW-Fond du Lac, 6:00PM
November 17 at UW-Manitiowoc, 6:00PM
December 8 at UW-Fox, 6:00PM
This is a snorkel-based course that will introduce students to the life that inhabits the marine ecosystems of the Florida Keys. Course includes online orientation and introduction, snorkeling, field trips, lab activities, fieldwork and discussions, as well as learning about Sea Turtle Biology.
For more information call the Continuing Education Office at (920) 929-1155
BIO 298: Special Topics in Biology: Prairie Ecosystem/Restoration–(2 credits NS/LS)
Do you like working outdoors to help the environment and are looking for a way to fulfill your lab science requirements? You may want to consider one or both of the options below. The 4 lab credits are split over the first couple of months in the fall and the last couple of months in the spring to allow for hands-on work at Prairie Restoration while learning about the biology of and human impacts on Prairie Ecosystems. This hybrid, service-learning course meets on Wednesdays from 2:30 ‑ 5:30 p.m. with additional content provided online. The instructor is Margie Winter of Marian University who over the course of her career teaching Envionmental Science has been involved in serveral prairie and native plant restoration efforts.
Fall-BIO 298: Special Topics in Biology: Prairie Ecosystem/Restoration (2 credits NS/LS)
Wednesdays, 2:30 – 5:30 p.m., September 2 – October 21, 2015
Spring-BIO 298: Special Topics in Biology: Prairie Ecosystem/Restoration– (2 credits NS/LS)
Wednesdays, 2:30 – 5:30 p.m., March 25 - May 13, 2016
This class is offered in collaboration with Marian University. For more information, contact the Continuing Education Department
(920) 929-1155 or firstname.lastname@example.org
(1 credit AP or non-credit option)
Hatha yoga is the most widely practiced form of yoga in America. It is the branch of yoga which concentrates on physical health and mental well-being. Hatha yoga uses bodily postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), and meditation (dyana) with the goal of bringing about a sound, healthy body and a clear, peaceful mind. There are nearly 200 hatha yoga postures, with hundreds of variations, which work to make the spine supple and to promote circulation in all the organs, glands, and tissues. Hatha yoga postures also stretch and align the body, promoting balance and flexibility. Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this course.
FAll 2016: TBA
Instructor: Lora Vahlsing
Fee: $197.93 plus applicable campus fees(one credit).
Non-credit option available.
Register: Call the Continuing Education Office at 920-929-1155.