College Now @ Brooklyn College
Marine Ecology Institute
Aquatic Research and Environmental Assessment Center (AREAC)
Did you know that New York has more than 500 miles of shore? With that come lots of fish, crabs, seaweed, and other marine life you might not expect to find in a big city.
As a student enrolled in Brooklyn College's Urban Marine Ecology Institute, you will spend four wet weeks taking a hands-on 3-credit college course in Urban Marine Ecology/Environmental Studies (the study of watery city environments) and conducting field and/or lab research. Along the way, you will also develop your scientific writing and formal presentation skills.
Faculty and staff from BC's cutting-edge Aquatic Research and Environmental Assessment Center (AREAC) will teach the course and supervise research. They will also lead field trips to salt marshes, an oyster farm, a wildlife refuge, and the ocean beach, among other destinations.
July 10 – August 3, 2017
Tuesday through Thursday
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Up to 3 college credits upon successful completion.
Metrocards and lunch vouchers provided.
- Be a New York City public high school student entering 11th or 12th grade in September 2017
- 75+ on ELA or Global Regents and
75+ on all science Regents exams taken
- 80+ average in all science classes
For more information on this program contact Brooklyn College's College Now staff.