Professional Development Workshop Descriptions

**These workshops are designed primarily for students seeking the NC Environmental Education Certification credit. Registration priority will be given to students!

If you do not see the workshop that you are looking for, feel free to email cestem@uncw.edu with questions!

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Environmental Studies Dept. Spring Student Workshop Series

Rare Plants of North Carolina** ~ Friday March 27, 2015 ~ 8:30 AM - 2:45 PM

Description: Through this workshop, students will learn of the importance of rare, native flora of North Carolina and the Southeast, the causes and consequences of species rarity, and the impact of humans (both positive and negative). Outcomes of this workshop include:

This indoor, six hour workshop counts as Criteria 1 credit towards NCEE certification.

Workshop Leader: Dr. Alexander Krings, North Carolina State University

Registration Fee: FREE, However Registration is open to the first 22 students who sign up so Register early!

Location: UNCW campus, Teaching Laboratory Building, Room 1013 (www.uncw.edu/map)

What To Bring: Lunch (we will have a working lunch) and laptop or tablet (required for the workshop).

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Aquatic WILD Training** (Must attend both sessions!)

Tuesday April 7, 2015 ~ 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Tuesday April 14, 2015 ~ 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Description: The University of North Carolina Wilmington Environmental Studies department and NCWRC will offer a free workshop using the new Aquatic WILD activity guide on April 7th and 14th, 2015.

The 6-hour Aquatic WILD workshop counts towards CEU credits and EE Criteria I credits. You must attend both workshop dates to receive certification. If you have previously completed an Aquatic WILD workshop, you can still receive credit for this training since the guide has undergone significant changes. In addition to updating existing activities, the new guide contains field investigations, In Step With STEM activity extensions, connections to wildlife careers, new activities on fish conservation and angling, and an increased focus on outdoor activities.

http://www.projectwild.org/projectwildwebsite/aquatic/

Workshop Leader: Mike Campbell, Outreach Education Specialist NCWRC

Registration Fee: FREE, However Registration is open to the first 22 students who sign up so Register early!

Location: UNCW campus, Teaching Laboratory Building, Room 1013 (www.uncw.edu/map)

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