Teaching opportunity in ecology, Wheaton Science Station, Black Hills

David Bruce (dbruce@david.wheaton.edu)
Mon, 6 May 1996 09:17:18 -0500 (CDT)

To Christian ecologists in ASA:
One of our professors has had to decline teaching general ecology due to a
serious illness in her family. The course is scheduled for May 25 (Sat.) to
June 14 (Fri.) at the Wheaton College Science Station in the Black Hills, just
west of Rapid City, SD. Excellent facilities include a new environmental
science/biology building, 50-acre campus with dorms, dining hall, faculty
cabins, and a 62-yr. history in the Black Hills. About 70 students are
enrolled for general education science courses as well as courses for majors
in biology and geology.

Pay is $3900 plus free room and board for your family, and a $450 travel
allowance. Dr. Jeff Schloss of Westmont College teaches the other section of
ecology (in July), and would be a good resource, as will Dr. Kirk Larsen of
Luther College, who has taught ecology for us several times in the past. He
will be teaching entomology during the first 3-wk. session.

SINCE THIS IS AN EMERGENCY SITUATION, we ask you to contact us immediately if
you can consider this teaching opportunity. Call me at (708) 752-5724 days or
(708) 665-6071 evenings. You can also reach me by e-mail at
<dbruce@david.wheaton.edu>. I hope you can consider teaching at the Wheaton
College Science Station, "where the classroom is as big as all outdoors."