Applications due February 1, 2019

Students are encouraged to apply as early as possible. Applications will be accepted after February 1 if space is available. For more information, contact Stacy Markman, FHL student coordinator.

Summer A Courses

Monday, June 17 – Friday, July 19, 2019 (5 weeks)
Students arrive Sunday, June 16 after 3:00 p.m., depart Friday, July 19 after lunch. Please note that you may be asked to move your belongings out of the dorms before breakfast on July 19 (to a building nearby) due to students arriving shortly after your departure.
First meal for students is dinner served on Sunday, June 16 6:00-6:30 p.m.
Last meal for students is lunch served on Friday, July 19 12:15-12:45 p.m.

Marine Invertebrate Zoology (FHL/BIOL 432)
Comparative Invertebrate Embryology (FHL/BIOL 536)
Ecology of Infectious Marine Disease (FHL 568)
Behavioral Neurobiology of Invertebrates (FHL 585)

Summer B Courses

Monday, July 22 – Friday, August 23, 2019 (5 weeks)
Students arrive Sunday, July 21 after 3:00 p.m., depart Friday, August 23 after lunch. Please note that you may be asked to move your belongings out of the dorms before breakfast on August 23 (to a building nearby) due to a group arriving shortly after your departure.
First meal for students is dinner served on Sunday, July 21, 6:00-6:30 p.m.
Last meal for students is lunch served on Friday, August 23 12:15-12:45 p.m.

Ecology and Conservation of Marine Birds & Mammals (FHL/FISH 492)
Fish Swimming: Kinematics, Ecomorphology, Behavior and Environmental Physiology (FHL 528)
Larval Biology of Marine Invertebrates (FHL 548)
Estuarine and Coastal Fluid Dynamics (OCEAN 590)

Summer A & B Term Details

Each 5-week course in Summer A and Summer B will be 9 credits.
Summer classes require a full-time commitment and are held Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5:00 pm, plus Saturday mornings 8 am-noon, except during the final week of classes when Friday is a half-day and there is no Saturday meeting.

You may take courses sequentially, for example, one in each summer session, but not concurrently.

400-level courses are suitable for upper-level undergraduates or graduate students, 500-level courses are graduate-level. Well-qualified undergraduates may be admitted to a graduate-level course with the consent of the FHL Director and the faculty teaching the course. Students should confer with their advisor regarding transfer credits.

Credits for FHL coursework will be earned through the University of Washington (UW), but you do not need to be matriculated at UW.

You must apply to and be accepted by Friday Harbor Labs before you can register for FHL courses. We will assist you in registering through UW Professional and Continuing Education (UWPCE). Students, including UW students, cannot register themselves for FHL summer courses without our assistance.

There will be no financial penalty for moving out of a dorm contract in Seattle if UW students cancel their application and dorm assignment within one week of confirming their attendance at Friday Harbor Labs. Log into the UW Housing & Food Services Application and Assignment Home Page and submit an Agreement Termination Notice (located under the Resident Resources header for the relevant academic year). You will be asked if you will still be enrolled at UW, to which you should answer, “I will be participating in a study abroad/internship.”  You will then be asked where you are moving to, and should select the choice “off-campus house/apartment.”

Other Courses during Summer

Note: There are no FHL apprenticeships offered during Summer quarters. They are only offered during Spring and/or Autumn quarters.

Evolutionary Quantitative Genetics Workshop
Dates: Arrive Sunday, June 9th; depart Saturday, June 15th
Max students = 30

The Dynamic Brain Workshop
Application deadline: April 1, 2019
Dates: Arrive Sunday, June 9th; depart Saturday, June 15th

Interested in a Summer Research Internship or Independent Research?

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