Lake Erie Center

Courses offered at the LEC

Please note that LEC faculty teach a number of courses on the UT main campus, in addition to the courses listed below.

Summer 2012

EEES 6980/8980
Aquatic Ecology and Student Watershed Watch for Gk-12
Instructor: Dr. Tom Bridgeman

EEES/GEPL 6980/8980
Lake Erie Center Environmental Sensor Network for Gk-12 
Instructors: Dr. Kevin Czajkowski and Dr. Richard Becker


Spring 2012

EEES 6980/8980
Conservation Geonomics
2 credit hours
Instructor: Dr. Carol Stepien

EEES 4980/6980/8980
Great Lakes Research
2 credit hours
Instructors: Dr. Tom Bridgeman and Dr. Christine Mayer

EEES 6980/8980
Communicating Science to Community Stakeholders (Gk-12)
2 credit hours
Instructor: Dr. Cyndee Gruden 


Fall 2011

EEES 6980/8980
Population Genetic Structure
2 credit hours
Instructor: Dr. Carol Stepien 

EEES 6980/8980          
GK-12 Analyzing Watersheds
2 credit hours
Instructor: Dr. Carol Stepien 

EEES 2150          
Biodiversity
4 credit hours; Distance Learning
Instructor: Dr. Tom Bridgeman 


Summer 2011

EEES 6980/8980        
Aquatic Ecol & SWW for GK-12
2 credit hours
Instructor: Dr. Tom Bridgeman

EEES 6980/8980
Evolutionary and Ecological Adaptation of Aquatic Communities
2 credit hours
Instructor: Dr. Carol Stepien 


High school students (grades 9-12):  Courses may be added if there is enough interest.  Contact your high school guidance counselor for more information.  Tuition is free for qualified students.  Visit: http://utoledo.edu/studentsuccesscenter/PSEOP/postsecondary.html or contact Terry Lentz at 419-530-3248 (email: terry.lentz@utoledo.edu) for more information.

Others: Visit admission at http://www.utoledo.edu/admission/ and registration at http://www.utoledo.edu/offices/registrar

Last Updated: 3/23/15