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Revision as of 21:24, 13 July 2012
EEB 4252 - Field Entomology
Summer Session II 2012
Day,Time: MWF, 9am-12pm
Dates: July 9 - August 17
Place: Storrs campus, Torrey Life Sciences Room 313
Credits: 3 (open to majors and non-majors)
Instructor: Brigette Zacharczenko
Borror, DJ and RE White, 1970. Peterson Field Guide to Insects: America North of Mexico.
You may think that humans rule the world, but it is really the insects! In this course you will learn techniques for collecting and identifying insects, as well as why everyone should pay more attention to our six legged friends. Assignments are designed to hone your observational skills and creativity.
Course Procedures and Policies
Plagiarism and cheating are violations of the student conduct code, and may be punished by failure in the course or, in severe cases, dismissal from the University. For more information, see Appendix A of the Student Conduct Code.
If you have a disability for which you may be requesting an accommodation, you should contact a course instructor and the Center for Students with Disabilities (Wilbur Cross Building, Room 201) within the first two weeks of the semester.
Syllabus and Course Materials
Current Events: Current_events.pdf
Live Insect Project: Live_insect_project.pdf
Collection Instructions: Collection_instructions.pdf
Course Flickr page: UConn Field Entomology 2012
Please add your name or initials to any photos you upload (in the description or tags).
' * ' = National Moth Week. Night-time collecting events will be organized throughout the week.