Wildand Studies | UCSD Campus Visit & Information Session, 5/4

Wildlands Studies at Western Washington University is holding a student information for their field study courses on campus! When: Thursday, May 4th at 4:00pm Where: Center Hall 202 Wildlands Studies field projects provide students with the opportunity to join backcountry study teams as working field associates, studying environmental impact assessment, environmental policy, geologic, climatic and…

4/20/17 Deadline Approaching: UC Natural Reserve System Field Studies Program | Fall 17

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Thursday, 4/20/17 Students from across the UC system have gained strong independent scientific research skills while immersed in the training grounds of the UC natural reserves, from Big Sur to the Mojave Desert, from coastal redwoods to California grasslands to high altitude bristlecone pines. California Ecology and Conservation brings together 27 undergraduates…

UC Natural Reserve System Field Studies Program | Apply by 4/20 for Fall 17

Students from across the UC system have gained strong independent scientific research skills while immersed in the training grounds of the UC natural reserves, from Big Sur to the Mojave Desert, from coastal redwoods to California grasslands to high altitude bristlecone pines. California Ecology and Conservation brings together 27 undergraduates from across the UC system…

BENG 192: Modifying the Mind – Perspectives in Neural Engineering, Thurs 2-2:50pm | Spring 17

Instructors: Dr. Cassandra Happe & Dr. Adam Engler This senior seminar will provide an overview of current applications and challenges in the field of neural engineering. Topics to be discussed include: brain-machine interfaces (motor, somatosensory, auditory and visual) neuromodulation for treatment of neurological disorders repair strategies for central and peripheral nervous system injuries in-a-dish modeling of the…

Courses in English for Academic Development (EAPD) | UCSD Extension, Spring 17

Classes begin on Monday, April 10, 2017! The evening courses in the English for Academic and Professional Development (EAPD) are especially valuable and tailored to assist those students seeking to improve their English language skills in four core areas: Academic & Business Writing, Conversation & Oral Presentation, Grammar & Vocabulary, and Pronunciation & Fluency. Please see…