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NATH1160E001 - Introduction to Ecology

A fundamental understanding of ecology and the physical and biological principles on which ecosystems depend is essential for any naturalist. In this course students learn to interpret the patterns and processes of nature by studying energy flow, food webs, biogeochemical cycles, population dynamics...
Code: NATH1160E001

NATH8265E001 - Wildlife Ecology

Gain an understanding of wildlife techniques and theory, including the basics of life history, identification, population and community ecology, habitat management, and animal behavior. Learn how institutional missions and federal laws influence wildlife and habitat conservation, and how humans...
Code: NATH8265E001

NATH7153E001 - Rock Identification - Full Term

The field identification of rocks requires knowing how to conduct a simple chemical test, recognize six common minerals, and distinguish about ten aspects of rock texture and appearance. In this course, we will learn these skills and then apply them systematically to identify the twenty-five or so...
Code: NATH7153E001

NATH7160E001 - Introduction to Ecology

New Course created for Evening Programs.
Code: NATH7160E001

NATH8277E001 - Butterflies of Late Spring

By late May, most of the early spring butterflies are history and an entirely new set of butterfly actors takes stage in the mid-Atlantic. June offers the greatest diversity of butterflies of the season, and provides a unique insight into butterfly-plant interactions and coevolution. Participants...
Code: NATH8277E001

NATH1110E001 - Biology for Naturalists

Explore the basic biological principles and processes that govern the natural world. Our evolutionary and ecological lens focuses on mechanisms, patterns, relationships, adaptations, and environmental influences. Topics include the cell and the genetic basis of life; evolution; biological diversity...
Code: NATH1110E001

NATH1151E001 - Animal Behavior

Develop your skills in observing the behavior of animals while learning the basic concepts and theories of modern ethology. Learn the physical and physiological bases for the ways animals do things and the evolutionary and ecological contexts for what they do. Two field trips and examples drawn from...
Code: NATH1151E001

NATH1175E001 - The Living Soil

Knowledge of soils is basic to understanding plant communities and ecosystems. Examine the nature of soils and their influence on environment. Learn the structure, properties and the classification of soils and the significance of these factors to plant growth and other uses. Discover life in the...
Code: NATH1175E001

NATH1187E001 - Spring Birding

Bird migration is one of nature's most mysterious and impressive spectacles. Learn more about this annual phenomenon through a combination of class and field study. Topics covered include bird migration patterns, navigation techniques, important staging areas and migration monitoring. Special...
Code: NATH1187E001

NATH2201E001 - Evolution

Explore the biological bases for evolution, including genetics, natural selection, sexual selection, and survival strategies. Read Darwin's "The Origin of Species.” Review the intellectual background of evolution from Aristotle to Wallace, and survey the modern literature of evolution, including...
Code: NATH2201E001

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Evening and Weekend Programs: Certificate of Accomplishment in Environmental S

Certificate of Accomplishment in Environmental Studies Environmental Studies applies the science of the natural world and human behavior to understand how the two interact and the impact on environmental resources. The Environmental Studies Certificate is designed to provide students with a...

Evening and Weekend Programs: Certificate of Accomplishment in Horticulture

Certificate of Accomplishment in Horticulture Horticulture is the art and science of growing plants, including fruit, vegetable, flowering, and ornamental plants. The Horticulture Certificate program provides the fundamentals in cultivating plants, whether for home gardens, landscaping, or nursery...

Evening and Weekend Programs: Certificate of Accomplishment in Landscape Desig

Certificate of Accomplishment in Landscape Design Landscape Design encompasses the planning and layout of landscape elements and plants for beautification or practical purposes. The Landscape Design Certificate program provides students with the essentials of designing an outdoor area, whether a...

Evening and Weekend Programs: Certificate of Accomplishment in Natural History

Certificate of Accomplishment in Natural History Field Studies Co-sponsored by the Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS) The Natural History Field Studies (NHFS) program has been cosponsored by the Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS) and Graduate School USA since 1962. ANS is the largest and oldest...

Evening & Weekend Courses - Spring 2018

Evening & Weekend Courses - Spring 2018 Please click on the course title to view course information, availability, description and to register. To view all terms go to the course search page. Course ID Title Start Date End Date Price Instructor Confirmed ACCT1099E Introduction to Accounting 04/1...

Evening & Weekend Courses - Fall Term Listing 2018

Evening & Weekend Courses - Fall Term Listing 2018 Please click on the course title to view course information, availability, description and to register. To view all terms go to the course search page. Course ID Title Instructors Start Date End Date Meets On Price ACCT1099E Introduction to...

International Institute Contact Us

Contact Us Telephone numbers & E-mail & Social Media links Nina Bankova Nina.bankova@graduateschool.edu (202) 314-3508 Amanda Alter Amanda.alter@graduateschool.edu (202) 314-3346 William Bobbitt William.bobbitt@graduateschool.edu (202) 314-3582 Nathan Eckman Nathan.eckman@graduateschool.edu (20...

International Institute The Team

About the Team Nina Bankova, Director, IVLP Nina joined International Institute of Graduate School USA in February 2016 and since has been providing direction and leadership to the International Visitor Leadership Program team. Having spent her career in the professional exchanges field, today Nina...

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