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Summer Fall Spring Teacher Training

The Allegheny Institute of Natural History offers a variety of education courses during the year related to natural history and environmental studies.

testing the Tuna

Most of the course are for undergraduate college credit and are one to four units. Courses targeted specifically for in-service teachers may also be offered for graduate and ACT 48 credit.

explaining floral anatomy

Courses taught during Fall and Spring are semester-long courses. The ones offered in Summer are of varying lengths from one to six weeks.

rat dissection

College credit courses are usually taught on a rotation schedule. Consequently, not only current classes are listed, but also past classes and tentative future classes.

checking it out

Future plans are to offer two to three day continuing education classes on special topics such as Nature Photography, Stream Macroinvertebrates, Spring Wildflowers, and Invasive Plants.

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