Teaching a three credit field course in two weeks is an exhausting challenge, but I am so glad we were together again at the OU Biological Station again! After two years of trying to teach a field class over Zoom, it was refreshing to see students faces, chat with them over meals, and get our … More In-person again!
The Field Studies in Conservation Biology class added to the pollinator meadow by filling in some gaps in our Phase 1 area by planting our greenhouse grown native species. We planted these in the early evening of May 30th and watered them regularly for the next 10 days. Photos by Josh Kouri, teaching assistant
Summer classes at the OU Biological Station are an unusual collegiate experience. Squeezing in a semester’s worth of information into 10 days of instruction is intense and exhausting for both student and professor. But it is so worth it. Students are focused on one subject. Being in a remote location limits the distractions and helps … More OU Biological Station