Welcome to the registration site for Dr. Allen Cohen's Insect Rearing and Education Research program. This site is for registration only. For information about the course content and structure, please click here.
This course is dedicated to advancing insect rearing through formal science and technology education with up-to-date rearing practices, data-driven research, quality and process control in rearing systems, quantitative diagnostic techniques, and insectary problem solving through a multidisciplinary approach.
The insect rearing course will be taught through the Office of Professional Development. It will be offered for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Credits (PDUs), and is self-paced. There will be course tiers for which levels of certification may be earned upon their completion.
This course will consist of 30 hours of lecture provided on demand (you can tune into lectures when your schedule allows, and you can complete the course in your own timeframe, within an 12-week period). You will take self-grading tests to assure your complete understanding of the topics. You will also be able to ask Dr. Cohen questions about rearing issues covered in the course, including relating the course subject matter to the students' rearing experiences.
See specific content information below in sections "Learning Outcomes"
|Name||Session Dates||Location||Format||Registration Dates|
|Insect Rearing and Education Research||07/01/21 - 07/01/22||Online||07/01/21 - 07/01/22||REGISTER NOW|