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  • Local and regional courses taught by Northwest Campus faculty. NWC offers community interest courses, such as painting, ceramics, and computer applications that are taught face-to-face in a traditional classroom setting. NWC faculty also teach distance delivered courses as part of CRCD's schedule, which includes the Bering Strait region. These are listed in the College of Rural and Community Development's Fall and Spring Schedule, but they can also be viewed through UAOnline at the Class Schedule link on the front page. As additional courses become available, NWC will advertise through local media, its NWC-News-L email list, and this website.

  • Semester-based distance delivered courses offered by other UA campuses. These can also be most easily found at the University of Alaska Distance Education Gateway or UAF eCampus. This is an online schedule that is searchable by course, meeting time, delivery type, and semester.

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These various schedules of courses offer instruction through audioconferences, paper-based correspondence, web-based correspondence, and Internet-based class meetings.

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MSHA Trainings

Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 May 2019 15:57
 
Birding Field Trips PDF Print E-mail
with Peter Rob

Sat / 7:00am - 7:00pm / May 25 / REGISTER BY: May 20
Sat / 7:00am - 7:00pm / June 1 / REGISTER BY: May 27
Sat / 7:00am - 7:00pm / June 8 / REGISTER BY: June 3
One 12-hour day workshop / non-credit workshop
Cost: $45 per trip

FIELD TRIPS (NOME): Travel the roads of Nome to view the spring bird migration. Each trip will take participants along a different route (Council, Kougarok, and Teller roads) depending on road conditions and migration progress. These are day-long trips with no facilities or amenities along the way, so be prepared for all manner of weather and bring plenty of food and water.

Pete Rob has been an avid birdwatcher for over 55 years and has participated in Nome-area breeding bird surveys over the past 20 years.


 

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