Freshwater Lab and Expedition Courses
3 Credits – U/G

Great Lakes Ecosystems Restoration
Course Number: Frshwtr 650-001
Cruise aboard the R/V Neeskay to Green Bay and explore the challenges of monitoring, assessment, and remediation in a Great Lakes Estuary. Hands-on, investigative aquatic science including ship-time, urban watershed linkages, freshwater estuaries, and laboratory activities.
Instructors: Jerry Kaster & Val Klump
Register by May 1, 2017.

Course Dates
August 14 – 26
Students will pay for their lodging/camping, food, and transportation. The schedule may change depending on weather or other factors. Students must provide their own camping gear. Class meets in person at the School of Freshwater Sciences August 14, 15, 16, 24 and 25. Green Bay/Sturgeon Bay trip scheduled Aug 17 – 23.
See schedule of classes for more information.
August 14 – August 26

To Enroll in Summer Courses:

There are no prerequisites for these courses.  Permission of instructor to enroll is required.

  • Students who are not currently enrolled at UWM must apply online as a non-degree seeking student.  There is no application fee to apply as a non-degree student.
  • All students: contact the instructor and Mallory Kaul ( for permission to enroll.
  • Register for courses on PAWS.