To apply, send the following in one PDF document:
1. A cover letter explaining your motivation for taking the course
2. An updated CV stating any relevant research or outdoor experiences
3. Copy of full undergraduate transcript.
All documents must be received by April 17th, 2017
Send to firstname.lastname@example.org
The field portion of the course will run the week before the beginning of the fall semester, from Sunday, August 27th to Sunday September 3th, 2017. We will then meet weekly in the fall semester in room CC 203 on Loyola Campus. Participation in both the field and classroom component of the course is mandatory. The field portion of the course will be based at the Forêt Montmorency field station, located north of Québec City, and owned and managed by Laval University. Generally, the days will be spent working in the field and the evenings will be spent working in the lab and on your computers.
Day 1 – Arthropod Sampling techniques
Day 2 – Sampling at Lac Barette
Day 3 – Sampling at Lac Carré
Day 4 – Low elevation fen & Parc National de la Jacques Cartier
Day 6 – Individual projects