BIOEE 7800

BIOEE 7800

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2017-2018.

Group intensive study of current research in ornithology built around a research seminar series covering a wide variety of projects and topics in ornithology and related disciplines, including avian ecology, evolution, conservation, behavior, and physiology. Each weekly seminar is followed by informal discussion and networking that builds connections among the large community of Cornell students and scholars with an interest in avian biology. Students at all stages are welcome (not just graduate students). The participation of ornithologically inclined undergraduates, graduate students, and postdocs who are in their first Fall at Cornell is particularly encouraged, as this venue creates connections that often lead to additional experiential opportunities.

When Offered Fall.

  • To be able to describe research projects presented during the semester's seminars.
  • To understand the concepts presented in seminars.
  • To see the implications of opportunities and research approaches and findings for developing the student's own interests in ornithology.
  • To be able to name research programs that were at different levels of development during the seminar series.
  • To be able to offer a student's own rendering of what the stages of research development are.
  • Greater linkages among students and Cornell researchers, providing students with new contacts and research opportunities.

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Syllabi: none
  •   Regular Academic Session.  Combined with: NTRES 7800

  • 1 Credit Sat/Unsat

  •  4170 BIOEE 7800   SEM 101

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    • Greig, E

      Lovette, I

  • Permission of instructor required for undergraduate students. May be repeated for credit.