The table below lists a selection of courses that are organized by schools or institutions other than the RSEE but that are likely to be of interest to those working on ecology and evolution. For a detailled list of courses organized by affiliated research schools please follow the links given below.
|February||The Power of RNA-Seq (EPS, Wageningen)|
GGSS Thesis writing bootcamp (11-13 March) (contact if interested)
|May||Microscopy and Spectroscopy in Food and Plant Sciences (PE&RC, Wageningen)||
|August||Bugs at your service (PE&RC, WUR, poster)|
|September||Ecology and Conservation of Tropical Forest (Ecuador) info||
|Structural Equation Modelling (WUR)|
Courses offered by the Groningen Graduate School of Science (GGSS)
Courses offered by the Donald Smits Center for Information Technology (CIT)
Courses offered by M & O (Career Development and Training Department)
Courses offered by related Dutch schools
The Research School Ecology and Evolution cooperates closely with other related research schools with respect to the organization of courses. Often, the courses organized by the related research schools are open for participation of members of the other schools, including the RSEE. The course programme of other schools can be found through the following links:
- research school Biodiversity: course overview
- research school EPS: course overview
- research school PE&RC: course overview
- research school SENSE: course overview
Courses offered by the Lorentz Centre (RUL)
Courses offered by related international schools
Recently we have re-tied our connections with the Finnish School in Wildlife Biology, Conservation and Management (LUOVA) of the University of Helsinki, Finland. Their courses can be found here and participation is often free of charge.
Students with a particular interest in Marine Biology might want to check out the website of the Bremen International Graduate School for Marine Sciences (GLOMAR; University of Bremen, Germany).
In addition, we have initiated collaboration at the PhD level with our partner Universities in the Erasmus Mundus Master Programme in Evolutionary Biology (MEME). PhD level courses organized by the Evolutionary Biology Centre (Uppsala University, Sweden) can be found here. Activities, workshops and courses organized by the Graduate Program in Evolution, Ecology & Systematics (University of Munich, Germany) can be found here.
Furthermore, we have esthablished a connection to the International Max Planck Research School for Organismal Biology and their activiteis can be found here.
Courses offered on the EU short courses portal
Click here for an overview.
Courses offered by other organizations
|Last modified:||03 February 2016 3.35 p.m.|