ICHTHYOPLANKTON LAB AND WORKSHOP
July 23rd to 28th 2018
Students (FW 529) Non-degree seeking participants
The lab and workshop is a 6-day intensive course dedicated to the systematics and identification of larval fishes. The goal is to equip participants with a skill set in identification of ichthyoplankton to family level or a lower taxonomic level. The lab will include daily lectures on taxonomic groups of marine fishes with the focal point on their larval characters. Participants are welcome to bring unidentified ichthyoplankton samples or mixed species lots to the course to help with their identification.
FOR STUDENTS: Information for the 2-credit course (FW 529) is available in the Course catalog of the Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife
FOR NON-DEGREE SEEKING PARTICIPANTS: Course fees are $ 650 (does not include room and board), and it is limited to ten participants. The deadline for registration is June 1st. Please, fill out this short Application form and email it to email@example.com before June 1st.
Details of the course content is available in the Syllabus (for non-degree seeding students, only the schedule on page 2 is relevant)
Transportation to and from Corvallis
Eugene (EUG) and Portland (PDX) are the airports to fly in to. There are two shuttle services from and to the airports, the Oregon Express Shuttle and the HUT Shuttle. The BOLT Bus works well from and to Seattle. However, the BOLT Bus does not stop in Corvallis and you need to arrange a shuttle service (Oregon Express Shuttle) from and to Albany.
Housing in Corvallis
Besides AirBnB there are several hotels available. The Hilton is about 10 walking minutes away from Nash Hall. The University Inn is located downtown and about a 20 minutes walk away from Nash Hall. OSU has Scholar Housing for short-term visits available. The minimum stay is two nights and you have to fill out a Reservation Form.
FW 528: DIVERSITY AND IDENTIFICATION OF LARVAL FISHES (E-CAMPUS) SPRING 2019
In the Spring quarter of 2019 I am teaching an online course in ichthyoplankton taxonomy and systematics. The course is more comprehensive than the workshop (FW529) and includes lectures and discussion of morphology, sampling techniques, curatorial challenges.
Please contact me if you have further questions (firstname.lastname@example.org)