Category Archives: New Courses!
The image above is a picture of: A) Microdots- the hottest new movement in modern art circles. B) Smurf fan club convention- as visualized by aerial photo. C) Pastel polka dots- the latest in fall fashions. D) … Continue reading
Do you plan on taking Microbiology this fall? Consider taking ANFS 367! It is designed for specifically for student in the Department of Animal and Food Sciences and is a course substitution for BISC 300. The course will be taught … Continue reading
Are you looking for a free elective this fall? Consider FINC167: Financial Literacy!
Study for a semester in Washington, D.C. at Georgetown University For more information, please visit their website. They are currently accepting applications for Summer 2013.
Animal Science Club is looking to host a 3-Day Artificial Insemination course, taught by Precision Diagnostics. Who: any UD students that are willing to get dirty & learn a lot! What: learn how to artificially inseminate cows with an experienced … Continue reading
Course Description: This course introduces students to equine science and management. Laboratory sessions will focus on safety and handling; basic equipment and use; conformation and selection; feed identification; horse health; equine reproduction; hoof care. Lectures and laboratory exercises will emphasize … Continue reading
Most students share with the public at large the unhealthy, unrealistic, and unsustainable view that nature is optional. This dismissive approach to the natural world has led to its rapid degradation and the associated reduction in ecosystem services essential to … Continue reading
Course Offering: January 28 –February 1, 2013 Course Description—40-Hour OSHA Safety Training (HAZWOPER) The OSHA HAZWOPER standard, 29 CFR 1910.120, requires all employees, supervisors and management working on a hazardous waste site who may be exposed to hazardous materials, health … Continue reading