Indiana University Geological Sciences G188 (3cr)
Collins Living-Learning Center L130 (3cr)
(Approved for CASE N&M science and Honors credit)
Join our intro-level “expedition” science course, “Volcanoes of the Eastern Sierra Nevada“, taught jointly through the IU Department of Geological Sciences and Collins Living-Learning Center.
The class offers a hands-on, inquiry-oriented introduction to the geological and ecological setting of one of the most beautiful and environmentally diverse areas of the western U.S. It’s open to all IU students – no prerequisites! Fulfills N&M Gen Ed science requirement and available for Honors credit.
The course includes 1-cr seminar-style class during the second half of spring semester, followed by a 2-week field trip to the Sierras, May 16 – 30.
For more information, see http://www.indiana.edu/~sierra/ where you’ll find course information, some great photos from last year’s field course and on-line application and financial aid information.
Questions? Contact Michael Hamburger (hamburg AT indiana DOT edu).
Come join us for an introductory call-out session—Thursday, January 29, 6:00 PM, Collins Coffeehouse, Edmonson Hall. Free refreshments!