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  • Requesting Capstone Enrollment for Summer 2014

    NRES online M.S. students planning to enroll in capstone coursework (NRES 501, 503, or 505) for the summer 2014 semester should request permission by completing the form at:  https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/1555962. You will need your UIN,  project title, course number, and credit hours. Please request permission to enroll by May 5th. If you have any questions about capstone enrollment, please contact Renee Gracon at gracon1@illinois.edu.

     

  • UIUC Undergraduate Research Symposium

    Undergraduate Research Week is this week (April 13-18).  According to Paul Diehl, Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research, the week-long event is “a celebration of student excellence in research across campus… The presentations, posters, and performances… address some of society’s most pressing issues, including education, health care, violent conflict, and natural disasters.” The signature event is the seventh annual Undergraduate Research Symposium on Thursday at the Illini Union. More than 600 students will make more than 400 oral and poster presentations. See the URL for a full program. http://www.provost.illinois.edu/ugresearch/downloads/URS_Program2014.pdf

     

  • List of Available Advising Webinar Recordings

    NRES has archived many of the advising webinar presentations during the past two years. These recordings are available to all online students. If you are interested in viewing any of the recordings listed below, please contact Renee Gracon at gracon1@illinois.edu

    We want to continue to provide webinars on topics of interest to you. To those who made suggestions during the Annual Review process, please accept our appreciation. We are working on developing and scheduling several of those presentations. If you did not recommend a topic, but would like to do so, please contact Renee or Piper with your suggestions.

    Here is the list of available webinars:

    Annual Review Process

    Capstone Options

    Careers

    Collaborate Orientation

    Internships

    Independent Research Project – Part 1: Selecting a project and writing the proposal

    Independent Research Project – Part 2: Writing the Final Paper

    Making use of Library Resources

    Making an Effective Oral Presentation for the M.S. Degree

    Mastering PowerPoint for the Oral Presentation

    Reading Scientific Publications

    Reflective/Analytical Writing for the Capstone Project

    Winning the Second Half: What to do After completing 16 hours of graduate credit

    Writing Goals and Objectives

  • Free EPA Watershed Academy Webinar - Apr 7

    For students interested in the U.S. Proposed Rule, we wanted you to be aware of this upcoming EPA webcast. If you need more information or wish to register for the webinar, please contact the EPA directly. This program is not affiliated with the NRES program or the University of Illinois.  

     

    EPA Webcast on April 7 on “Waters of the U.S. Proposed Rule

     

     

    Join us for a webcast on April 7 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Eastern to learn more about the recent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Army Corps) jointly released proposed rule to clarify protection under the Clean Water Act for streams and wetlands that form the foundation of the nation’s water resources. The webcast will provide a broad overview of the proposed rule and its costs and benefits. The proposed rule is available at: http://www2.epa.gov/uswaters.

     

    Register for the webcast to learn more about this proposed rule. The webcast presentation will be posted in advance at www.epa.gov/watershedwebcasts. Participants are eligible to receive a certificate for attending this webcast.  

  • Upcoming M.S. Presentations of Student Capstone Work

  • Upcoming NRES Capstone Presentations and URL to attend online

    All online students are invited to attend (on-campus or virtually) the following Capstone Presentations.

    March 28 – 9:00 am. Margaret Renee Edwards. Examination of Height to Dry Weight Ratios in the Eastern Oyster, Crassostrea virginica. Turner Hall N-527.

    April 1  - 1:00 pm. William Scott Brown – Defining Trophic Conditions that Facilitate the Establishment of an Invasive Plant, Nitellopis obtusa. Tuner Hall  N-527.

    April 4 – 10:00 am. Nathan Gregor. Highway Infrastructure in a Changing Climate: A Case Study of a Midwestern Highway Prone to Flash Flooding. Turner Hall N-527.

    April 4 – 4:00  pm. Jeffrey Weiss. Virtual Buffalo Creek: A Tool to Educate Citizens and Students on Issues in a Watershed with Symptoms of Urban Stream Syndrome in Northeastern Illinois. Turner Hall – N 527.

    April 11 – 12:30 pm. Luis Garcia.  Internship Report – Forest Park Forever.  N-527.

    If you are planning to attend virtually, please log in at least 5 minutes before the presentation using the following URL:  https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?password=M.19C11EA0056D5D3BC3797830F6AFA1&sid=407

    For further information, please contact Renee Gracon at gracon1@illinois.edu

  • NRES 501 State and Local Sustainability Course

    NRES 501 – State and Local Sustainability Course begins March 18!

    There is still time to enroll in this course. For students interested in a career in a state or local governmental agency, this class is a tremendous opportunity.

    NRES 501 will introduce students to the public policymaking process with emphasis on how such policies are made at the state and local levels. It also explores the implementation of sustainability policies at the state and local level by giving the student direct exposure to practitioners at these levels of government. This course is an amazing networking opportunity, and it culminates in a week long experience working with the Illinois EPA on issues concerning the redevelopment of the former Chanute Air Force Base in Rantoul, IL (May 19-23).

    Class will meet online Tuesday evenings from 5:00 – 6:30 pm and require on-site attendance in Rantoul on March 19 – 23rd. For more information or to register, please contact Piper Hodson (phodson@illinois.edu).

     

  • Webinar on Improving Water Quality using Cover Crops

    The following webinar may be of interest to some of you. This webinar is not affiliated nor endorsed by the NRES program, but I have attended webinars like this in the past and they have been very informative. Please cut and past the URL into your browser if you are interested in learning more or registering for the presentation. (The link in the announcement will not be active.) 

    Watershed Academy Webcast on March 25 on Cover Crops

     

    Register at: www.epa.gov/watershedwebcasts

    Join us for a Watershed Academy Webcast on March 25 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Eastern on “Improving Water Quality by Using Cover Crops and Other Conservation Systems.”  This Webcast will provide basic information on how cover crops and other conservation systems can be used to provide environmental benefits in watersheds across the U.S.  Cover crops are plants that are used to protect and improve soil on farm fields. The webcast will explain how cover crops can reduce nutrient losses to watersheds by scavenging nitrates that would otherwise be lost to leaching. In addition, cover crops reduce sediment and phosphorous losses to nearby waterways by acting as a vegetative buffer to slow down surface erosion and increase water infiltration. By using cover crops, farmers can provide environmental benefits while also providing other on-farm benefits. Register for the Webinar to learn more about cover crops.

    Anne Weinberg

    Communications Coordinator

    Assessment and Watershed Protection Division

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

     

    Phone 202-566-1217 (M-R)

    Cell 301-351-9660 (F - flexiplace work day)

    Email    weinberg.anne@epa.gov

  • NRES online students' Annual Review 2014 - Past Due!

    For those who have already completed their Annual Review, thank you for your prompt attention to this Graduate College requirement. You will receive an email confirming that your document and supporting materials have been received and approved.

    A reminder for those who have not completed/submitted the 2014 Annual Review, the due date was March 1, 2014. If you have not already done so, please submit your form and required documents as soon as possible. Failure to do so may result in a temporary block on your academic records. If you are unable to complete the Annual Review due to circumstances beyond your control, or if you need a temporary extension to complete the document, please contact me at gracon1@illinois.edu.

    Renee Gracon

     

     

  • State and Local Sustainability Course available as 501

    Beginning March 18th, NRES is offering a course in State and Local Sustainability Policy. Due to a recent format change, this course can now be taken by online students who are able to travel to Rantoul, IL during the week of May 19-23rd. The weekly class meetings will occur online 5:00-6:30 pm Tuesdays. The instructor, Andre' Ashmore, is willing to allow graduate students to use this course as the basis of an independent study (through NRES 501). For students interested in a career in a state or local governmental agency, this class is a tremendous opportunity.

    The course will introduce students to the public policymaking process with emphasis on how such policies are made at the state and local levels. It also explores the implementation of sustainability policies at the state and local level by giving the student direct exposure to practitioners at these levels of government. This course is an amazing networking opportunity, and it culminates in a week long experience working with the Illinois EPA on issues concerning the redevelopment of the former Chanute Air Force Base in Rantoul, IL (May 19-23).

    Andre' Ashmore brings tremendous experience to the class. He is currently Senior Advisor to the Director of the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity and, also, the Village President of Matteson, IL. He has previously  served in several state roles as Deputy Secretary of Transportation, Director of Local Government Affairs for the Office of the Governor, and Director of Regional Outreach for the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

    Contact Piper if you would like to enroll.

  • All NRES online students - Annual Review 2014 Reminder

    The 2014 Annual Review Form and accompanying letter were emailed to all NRES online M.S. students on February 14, 2014. If you have not received the email containing this information, please contact me immediately.

    It is important that you complete the annual review process on or before March 1. Return the form along with a recent copy of your resume/CV and your capstone proposal to me at gracon1@illinois.edu. For those who do not have an approved capstone proposal, please identify the capstone option of your choice and provide a short paragraph explaining the type of project you would like to do and your proposed timeline.  If you have any questions about the process please contact me for assistance.

    The Annual Review is required by the Graduate College for all degree-seeking students whether they are currently enrolled in classes or not. Thank you for submitting the necessary documents at your earliest convenience.

    Renee Gracon

    NRES Online Program Advising Specialist

     

  • 2014 Annual Review

    In conjunction with the Graduate College of the  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences is conducting the 2014 Annual Review. As an online Master of Science candidate, it is our pleasure to help support your education plans and therefore, very important that your most current information is on file. Regardless of whether you are currently enrolled in classes or not, it is required by the Graduate College that you submit the Annual Review.  Today you will receive an email with the Annual Review Form attached. Please take the time to complete the assessment and provide us with the requested supporting materials by March 1, 2014.

    If you have any questions or need further information, please contact Renee at gracon1@illinois.edu

  • Conference Opportunities

    The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is live streaming selected presentations ($30.00/per video) for those who cannot attend the annual meeting in Chicago, Feb 13 – 16, 2014.  To see a list of the presentations to choose from, go to: www.aaas.org/AM14video.

    2014 National Water Monitoring Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio April 28 – May 2. This conference provides an opportunity to learn the latest in water quality monitoring and interact with like-minded folks from federal, regional, state, tribal and community-based agencies and organizations, academia.  Check out the preliminary agenda at http://acwi.gov/monitoring/conference/2014/index.html

  • Week 2 Announcements for NRES online students

    1) Virtually attending Oral Capstone Presentations

    You are invited to attend any of the upcoming MS online Oral Capstone Presentations. To log in go to: https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?password=M.19C11EA0056D5D3BC3797830F6AFA1&sid=407 . For courtesy to the speaker, we ask that you please log on at least 5 minutes before the presentation and refrain from asking questions until the speaker has completed the presentation. The upcoming speakers are posted on the NRES online Student Calendar.  To view the list of upcoming presentations go to http://nres.illinois.edu/online-program/resources. The first presentation this term will be:

    •          Jan 30, at 4:00 pm Central.

    Kirk Longstein speaking on his capstone experience with the Peace Corps. The title of his presentation is Car Sharing, Sustainability, and Fleet Optimization: A Road Map to Assist Peace Corps Achieve Its Executive Order 13514 Targets. You are invited to attend

    2) May Graduation - Pending degree list

    Students who plan on having all degree requirements completed to graduate in May 2014, should add themselves to the May degree conferral list via UI Integrate Self-Service. Please contact Karen Claus at kclaus@illinois.edu  with any questions you have regarding putting yourself to the list via Self-Service.

    3) February 3 - 10th Day of Class Reminders!

    By the 10th Day of Classes (Monday, February 3) Graduate students should be correctly registered for spring term.  It is important to check your registration before February 3 on Student Web Self Service to make sure that you are registered for the courses that you are attending and attending the courses for which you are registered.  If necessary, make any corrections by adding and dropping courses before February 3.   

     In addition, February 3 is the last day to drop a course to reduce your credit hours OR to add a course without permission. 

    For questions or concerns on any of these announcements, contact Renee Gracon at gracon1@illinois.edu.

     

     

  • Important Spring Announcements for NRES Online Students

    Welcome Back!  Classes begin this week!

    Here are some important announcements for all NRES online Graduate Students.

    1.        Virtually attending Oral Capstone Presentations

    You are invited to attend any of the upcoming MS online Oral Capstone Presentations. To log in go to: https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?password=M.19C11EA0056D5D3BC3797830F6AFA1&sid=407 . For courtesy to the speaker, we ask that you please log on at least 5 minutes before the presentation and refrain from asking questions until the speaker has completed the presentation. The upcoming speakers are posted on the NRES online Student Calendar.  To view the list of upcoming presentations go to http://nres.illinois.edu/online-program/resources. The first presentation this term will be:

    •          Jan 30, at 4:00 pm Central.

    Kirk Longstein speaking on his capstone experience with the Peace Corps. The title of his presentation is Car Sharing, Sustainability, and Fleet Optimization: A Road Map to Assist Peace Corps Achieve Its Executive Order 13514 Targets. You are invited to attend.

    1.        Archived Webinars

    The NRES office has an archive of Webinars that have been recorded from previous Advising Seminars. For access to a specific recording, please contact Renee Gracon at gracon1@illinois.edu. Here is a list of the topics:

    •          Completing the Annual Review
    •          Capstone Options
    •          Winning the Second Half- What to do after you have earned 16 hours!
    •          Internships
    •          Independent Research Projects: Part I - Selecting a project and writing the proposal) and Part II – Writing the final paper
    •          Reading Scientific Publications
    •          Writing Goals and Objectives for your Capstone Project
    •          Reflective Analytical Writing for the Capstone
    •          Creating the Oral Presentation
    •          Effective PowerPoint™  design for the Capstone Presentation
    •          Careers

     

    1.        Scheduling your Capstone Presentation for NRES 505

    Oral presentations for NRES 505, theInternship option, will be scheduled on selected dates this spring whether you are presenting  on- campus  or virtually. If you are planning to complete your Internship Capstone requirements and present your final project to the Graduate Committee this semester, please note that you may not select your date until your draft of the final paper has been reviewed and approved. You must select your date at least 3 weeks in advance of your scheduled presentation. The presentations will be scheduled on March 7 & 14 and April 4 & 11 only! The times are 12:00 pm and 3:00 pm.

    1.        Scheduling Oral Presentation/Exam for NRES 501 and 503

    For May graduation, the deadline for the oral presentation/examination is the same as the Doctoral Defense deadline – April 11, 2014.  You must present on or before this date in order to graduate in May! Prior to scheduling  your oral presentation/exam, you must have submitted your draft project paper to your research advisor for review and comments, received his/her approval,  AND received his/her permission to schedule your presentation. Scheduling must be done at least three weeks in advance of the presentation. To schedule, please contact Renee Gracon at gracon1@illinois.edu or Karen Claus at kclaus@illinois.edu.

    1.        Graduate Seminar Series

    The graduate seminar series is available to all online students. This spring series has an outstanding line-up of dynamic speakers presenting on a wide variety of terrific research topics. The spring schedule is available online:  http://nres.illinois.edu/seminars/upcoming   Students wishing to earn credit for attending and summarizing all sessions should enroll in NRES 500. You may enroll a maximum of 2 times for academic credit.

    The following three reminders are forwarded from the Graduate College (www.grad.illinois.edu).

    1.        February 3 - 10th Day of Class Reminders!

    By the 10th Day of Classes (Monday, February 3) Graduate students should be correctly registered for spring term.  It is important to check your registration before February 3 on Student Web Self Service to make sure that you are registered for the courses that you are attending and attending the courses for which you are registered.  If necessary, make any corrections by adding and dropping courses before February 3.   

     

    In addition, February 3 is the last day for the following:

     

     Drop courses to reduce your number of credit hours you are registered for to a lower tuition range and receive a refund for the difference between the two ranges

     Add a semester course without permission

     Submit forms to audit a semester course (see below)

     Add a first half-session course

     

    Students should be registered appropriately no later than February 3 in order to avoid possible issues with

     

     Tuition/Fee Assessment

     Financial aid

     Loan deferment

     Health Insurance

     Academic Record/Graduation issues

     

    1.        May Graduation

    Students who plan on having all degree requirements completed to graduate in May 2014, should add themselves to the May degree conferral list via UI Integrate Self-Service. Please contact your department with any questions or if you have problems adding yourself to the list via Self-Service.

     

     

    1.        Spring Semester Lync to Lync activations for all new Graduate and Professional Students

    All graduate and professional students are able to use Lync, the University’s online communication service. With Lync, you can instant message, voice chat, and video chat, with other University of Illinois Lync accounts.

     

    CITES has already created accounts for graduate and professional students. Simply download the Lync software and log in with your NetID and password to begin using Lync.

     

    More information about Lync can be found online. 

  • Important Update - NRES 455 will be offered Spring 2014

    NRES is happy to announce that we will be offering NRES 455 – Advance GIS for Natural Resource Planning this Spring!

    Credit Hours: 2

    Dates: Wednesdays, March 17 – May 7, 2014

    Time – 6:30 – 9:30 pm

    Instructor – Kingsley Allan

    Pre-requisite – NRES 454 or equivalent knowledge

    This course advances the principles of Arc GIS and adds additional ArcGIS functionalities. Content includes remote sensing, image processing, LIDAR, and advanced analytical and spatial analysis techniques.

     For further information, please contact Renee Gracon at gracon1@illinois.edu

  • EPA Environmental Grant Program & Innovation Award for Environmental Educators

     Please read the following information from Alice Mayio if you are a K - 12 educator.

     

    Happy New Year!  The following may be of interest to those of you who work with schools:

     

     

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is currently accepting applications for environmental education projects under the agency’s Environmental Education Grant Program. The program works to engage communities across the country through a wide variety of educational projects that have a lasting impact on people’s health by facilitating environmental stewardship.. Projects in the past have engaged students in stream monitoring, created sustainable mentoring communities, and provided professional development to teachers on subjects including science, technology, engineering and math.

    Eligible organizations include local education agencies, colleges or universities, state education or environmental agencies, tribal education agencies, 501(C)(3) nonprofit organizations, and noncommercial educational broadcasting entities working in education. 

    This competitive grants program will total $2.77 million. Each of the ten EPA regional offices will award two or three grants and one or two grants will be awarded from EPA’s headquarters in Washington, DC. Each award will be an estimated $75,000 to $200,000. EPA expects to award between 22 and 32 grants nationwide.

    For more information about the program and how to apply:http://www2.epa.gov/education/environmental-education-ee-grants

    Also:

     

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in partnership with the White House Council on Environmental Quality, is currently accepting applications for the third annual Presidential Innovation Award for Environmental Educators. The award recognizes outstanding K-12 teachers and their local education agencies nationwide for excellence in integrating environmental education into their lessons and demonstrating the connection between health and the environment for their students.

    Successful applicants demonstrate creativity, innovation, community engagement and leadership as students learn more about civic responsibility and environmental stewardship. Past winners have increased student participation in local watershed cleanup efforts, created school-wide recycling programs, and implemented green land stewardship practices. Winners went on to use their awards to bring high-tech science equipment into the classroom and expand the number of students on field trips and in labs. 

    Applicants have until February 28, 2014 to apply for the award under updated criteria released in November. Up to twenty teachers nationwide will receive award plaques and a financial award of $2,000 to support their professional development in environmental education. Each teacher’s school will also receive a $2,000 award to help fund environmental education activities and programs that support the teacher. Winners will also be considered for the National Environmental Education Foundation’s Richard C. Bartlett award, which recognizes outstanding teachers who engage students in interdisciplinary solutions to environmental challenges.

    More information about the program and how to apply: http://www2.epa.gov/education/presidential-innovation-award-environmental-educators

    Alice Mayio

    USEPA Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds

    1200 Pennsylvania Ave NW (4503T)

    Washington, DC  20460

    (202) 566-1184

  • Spring Enrollment Time - Classes Begin January 21!

    Classes begin January 21, 2014. Have you registered, acquired your books and verified your technological capabilities?  If not, now’s the time. To find information on course options, ordering textbooks, and who to contact with questions regarding Spring 2014 enrollment check out the following information.

     

    We are extremely pleased with the wide range of courses offered this semester.  If you are in need of Core Area courses the following options are available:

    •          NRES 502: Research Methods and Design from the Statistics and Research Design Core
    •          NRES 511: Principles of Applied Ecology from the Ecosystem Science and Conservation Core
    •          NRES 598: Adv. Nat. Resource Law and Policy from the Stewardship/Human Dimensions Core

    Consider adding NRES 500 - the Graduate Seminars Series to your agenda if you are in need of 500 level courses toward meeting graduation requirements.

    Enroll for the new course  Atmospheric Pollution and Society (NRES 598) on Tuesday evenings. Check out the list of other course options such as: Soil Science for Resource Management, Watershed Hydrology, and Watersheds & Water Quality.  Find complete course information and the full list of College of ACES courses available to you at: http://oce.illinois.edu/Programs/Courses/CurrentOfferings.

    (NOTE: For non-NRES courses review the information from that department on tuition rates which may vary significantly from the NRES tuition. Also, you may need to contact that department for permission to enroll in the non-NRES courses.) 

     

    You can purchase your textbooks through the Illini Union Bookstore at: http://uofibookstore.illinois.edu/buy_courselisting.asp

     

    If you are ready for your Capstone experience (NRES 501, NRES 503, NRES 505, or NRES 507), you should already have contacted the department for approval to register. You will receive confirmation of the approval and information on enrolling from the Registrar’s office soon.

     

    If you need help with course selection, general advising information, or questions about navigating the program, please contact Renee Gracon, Online Program Advising Specialist, at gracon1@illinois.edu. For other academic questions, contact NRES Students Services at nres-ssc@illinois.edu.

     

    For questions about how to enroll and other logistical issues, you can find help at http://www.ao.uiuc.edu/support/start/nres/.  

     

    We look forward to having you in classes this Spring!

    Renée Gracon

  • Final Written Exam - Information for all NRES M.S.students planning to graduate in Spring or Summer 2014

    If you are planning to graduate during Spring or Summer of 2014 please note the following important information:

    Written Final Exam distribution is scheduled for January 6, 2014. You must notify Renee Gracon (gracon1@illinois.edu) to be placed on the distribution list. If you have not already contacted her, please do so immediately. (Only students admitted prior to 2012 and who are doing a NRES 501 capstone are exempt.) 

    For those who have already contacted the office, you will receive an email this week confirming that you are on the list. If you do not receive the email please check with Renee. Distribution of the exam is scheduled for January 6. You will have one week to complete the exam and return it. Details will be provided.

    Have a Happy Holiday,

    Renee & Piper

  • Spring 2014 Course Reminder

    NRES is pleased to  be able to offer such an outstanding lineup of courses this spring. Several of our standard courses have been given a new face-lift, and there are a couple of courses that will be offered for the first time in a long while or the first time ever. To find out more information about the following courses, go to http://oce.illinois.edu/Catalog/Sections/2014/Spring and scrolling down to NRES.

    NRES 401XM - Watershed Hydrology  (Mon. 6:30 – 9:30) (3 credit hours)

    NRES 403 XM1 - Watersheds and Water Quality  (Tues. 6:30 – 9:30)  (3 credit hours)

    NRES 499 XM - Soil Science for  Resource Management  (Thurs. 7:00 -  9:30)  (4 credit hours)

    NRES 500 XM2 - Graduate Seminar Series  (Asynchronous)  ( 1 credit hour)

    NRES 502 XM - Research Methods and Design   (Thurs. 6:30 – 8:30) (4 credit hours)

    NRES 511 XM - Principles of Applied Ecology  (Wed.  6:30 – 9:30) (4 credit hours)

    NRES 594 XM - Professional Orientation (Asynchronous)  (1 credit hour)

    NRES 598 XM1 - Adv. Natural Resource Law and Policy (Mon. 6:00 – 7:00) (3 credit hours)

    NRES 598 XM - Atmospheric Pollution and Society (Tues. 6:30 – 9:30) (3 credit hours)

    If you are planning to enroll in your capstone course (NRES 501, NRES 503 or NRES 505) you must request permission prior to enrollment.  Please go to https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/473

    Don’t forget that you may also select other online courses from the College of ACES.  Here are additional approved online courses that can be applied to your M.S. degree program.

    HORT 430 XM - Child and Nature (Tues. 7:00 – 9:00) (2 credit hours)

    HORT 499 XM - Designing Urban Agri. (Mon. 6:30 – 8:30  March 17 – May 7) (2 credit hours)

    HORT 598 XM2 - Plant Nutrition (Thurs. 6:30 – 8:30) (4 credit hours)

    CPSC 593 XM2 - Plant Hormones and Development (Mon 6:30 – 9:30) (4 credit hours)

    ACES 409 XM - Bioenergy Systems (Tues. 6:30 – 9:00) ( 3 credit hours)

    AGED 430 XM1 - Youth Development (Thurs. 5:30 – 8:20) (4 hours)

    AGED 500 XM - Advanced Program Delivery (Tues. 5:30 – 7:30) (2 credit hours)

    AGED 551 XM - Advanced Program Evaluation (Tues. 5:30 - 7:30) (2 credit hours)

    If you have any questions about these course offerings, please contact Renee Gracon at gracon1@illinois.edu or Anna Mehl at annamehl@illinois.edu

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