Undergraduate Research with P. Yu

Spring 2022
Olympia
Day, Evening and Weekend
Freshman - Senior
Class Size: 10
2 Credits per quarter
Variable credit options, see below
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Taught by

Pauline Yu (marine science) studies the developmental physiology and ecology of marine invertebrates. She is interested in the biochemistry of the seawater-organism interface, developmental nutritional biochemistry and metabolic depression, invasive species, carbonate chemistry (ocean acidification), and cultural relationships with foods from the sea. Students will have the opportunity to collaboratively develop lines of inquiry for field studies in marine benthic ecology and mariculture at the Evergreen Beach.

Registration

Spring 2022 Registration

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Contact Pauline Yu to discuss research opportunities and permission to register

Course Reference Numbers

Fr - Sr (2): 30294
Fr - Sr (1 - 16): 30295

Academic details

Paths
Preparatory For

environmental studies (marine and estuarine), seafood sustainability, shellfish aquaculture

Credits
2
Variable Credit Options

Students interested in more than 2 credits in undergraduate research can contact the faculty to discuss additional credit options. 

Maximum Enrollment
10
Class Standing
Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Upper Division Science Credit

Upper division science credit may be awarded in shellfish biology upon full participation in seminar and fieldwork. Fieldwork at the Evergreen Beach and willingness to work outdoors in wet/muddy conditions are requirements of this offering.

Schedule

Time Offered
Day, Evening, and Weekend
Schedule Evergreen link
see Schedule Evergreen for detailed schedule
Location
Olympia