BIOL 232/332: Field Marine Ecology
May 10–May 26, 2022 (Spring Session II course, travel in May)
Many major ecological concepts have roots in marine ecology and in experiments conducted in the intertidal zone. This course will take students to one of the most diverse coastal areas in North America and allow them to compare and contrast these habitats with terrestrial areas and the more familiar coastlines of New Jersey. The course will take place at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology (OIMB) in Charleston, Oregon, a marine field station associated with the University of Oregon. This field station is feet from the ocean and provides us with the capacity to conduct a range of laboratory experiments with live marine animals, most of which we could never do here at Moravian.
If interested, submit an application!
Dr. Joshua Lord
Assistant Professor of Biology (2017)
- Tuition: Included in Spring semester tuition
- Program Fee: $1,850
- Airfare: Included
- Insurance Fee: $75
- Meals & Personal Funds: $100*
- Total Cost: $2,025*
- Application Deadline: October 15
- Program Length: 18 Days
- Credits: 1 Unit
- Eligibility: 2.0 GPA or higher
- Language: English
Due to the unpredictable nature of the COVID-19 Pandemic, we cannot guarantee travel or entrance into a destination or a program because of COVID-19 related delays and/or closures. In addition, should travel occur outside of the United States or between States, we cannot guarantee re-entry with or without vaccine requirement and/or quarantine as determined by the intended destination and return location. Moravian University encourages travelers to comply with the COVID-19 vaccine entry/exit requirements as detailed by their intended destination and/or program.