College of the Redwoods, Ft. Bragg, California
Teresa Sholars teaches an undergraduate course on lichens of Northern California. Email Teresa (Teresa-Sholars[at]Mendocina.redwoods.cc.ca.us) for details and next offering date.
Humboldt State University, Arcata,
Steve Sillett teaches a graduate course on lichens every other year. Contact Steve (scs6[at]humboldt.edu) for details and scheduling.
University of Maine at Fort Kent, Ft. Kent,
Steve Selva offers a 4 credit, semester-long course in lichenology every other spring semester. The course is sometimes offered during the summer over a three-week period. Contact Steve (sselva[at]maine.maine.edu) for more details.
University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha,
Bob Egan teaches a 3 credit, semester-long lichenology course every other year during the fall semester (odd numbered years). The course is available for both undergraduate and graduate credit. Contact Bob (regan[at]mail.unomaha.edu) or visit his website at http://avalon.unomaha.edu/lichens/ for more details.
Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon
Bruce McCune offers a 4-credit, 3-month course in lichenology every other spring quarter (currently on odd-numbered years). The course is available for graduate or undergraduate credit. It includes lecture, lab, and field trips. Contact Bruce Bruce.McCune[at]science.oregonstate.edu or see his website http://oregonstate.edu/~mccuneb/ for more details.
Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
Larry St. Clair teaches a graduate course in lichenology at BYU (3 credits) every other winter semester (Jan-Apr) in odd years. Contact Larry (larry_stclair[at]byu.edu) for more information.
Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa
Jim Colbert teaches an undergraduate/graduate course on bryophytes and lichens at ISU. Contact Jim (jtcolber[at]iastate.edu) for more information.
Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Illinois
Andrew Methven teaches a 3 credit, semester-long lichenology course every other year during the spring semester (even numbered years). The course is available for both undergraduate and graduate credit. Contact Andrew (asmethven[at]eiu.edu) for more details.
Georgia Lichens Project, Athens, Georgia
Robert Hill offers workshops for educators on using lichens to assist them in the classroom to meet Science Performance Standards in schools. Go to this website.
COURSES ON LICHENS AND BRYOPHYTES
University of Alberta
Rene Belland teaches an undergraduate course on bryology, The Mosses of Alberta: Conservation and Identification, (http://www.rr.ales.ualberta.ca/renr327mosses.cfm) at the University of Alberta. Contact Rene (rene.belland[at]ales.ualberta.ca) for more information.
University of Manitoba
Michele Piercey-Normore teaches a third year course on the biology of Lichens and Bryophytes BIOL 3250 website at (http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/%7epierceyn/Lichen_3250.html) and a second year course BIOL 2260 at (http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~pierceyn/biolfungilichens.html) on the Biology of Fungi and Lichens at the University of Manitoba.
Humboldt State University, Arcata, California
Contact Steve (scs6[at]humboldt.edu) for details and scheduling.
University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut
Bernard Goffinet will soon be offering a course on the biology of lichens and bryophytes, offered alternate years in the spring semester. For more information, contact Bernard (goffinet[at]uconnvm.uconn.edu).
Southern Oregon University, Ashland, Oregon
Steve Jessup offers a course on bryophytes and lichens during the fall term of odd years. For more information contact Steve (jessup[at]sou.edu) or log onto the course website at http://www.sou.edu/biology/Courses/Bi542/Bi542.htm
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF)
Robin Kimmerer teaches a course on the ecology of mosses. More information about this course can be found at http://www.esf.edu/efb/faculty/kimmerer.htm.
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Last modified 17 July 2010