2013 Courses, Workshops, & Field
2013 KCEEI will offer a variety of one and two day
workshops, lectures, presentations,
week-long courses, a new hybrid Geology course, and a Whale
Watching experience. Participants have the
option of receiving Act 48 Hours, NEIU-19 CPE credits,
Keystone College Undergraduate credit, or Wilkes
University Graduate Education credit.
All are open to teachers as
well as community members!**
Space is limited to 25 participants per course on a first-come,
for 2013 are:
Workshops, Lectures, and Field Experiences (Act 48 Hours
Discussion, Full Plate, Empty Planet, by Lester
Brown, led by Professor Howard Jennings – Feb.
7, 6pm, FREE!, Cancelled.
Pennsylvania Road with Mike Stevens: A Collection of
Stories and Photos – March 7, 6pm, FREE!
Identification - March 20, 9am - 3pm, $50
Demonstration & Open House - March 23, 9am -
Wildflower Identification and Natural History -
April 13, 9am - 3pm, $50
Raindrops to Protect Our Watershed Rain Barrel
Workshop, May 4, 10am - 2pm, $25 (includes
Campus Guided Hike - May 15, 5pm, FREE!
Delineation Workshop (one or two day), May 18 &
19, 9am - 3pm, $100/day
Field Experience - June 7-9, $350
Damselfly Appreciation - July 30 & 31, 9am -
Identification - August 7 & 8, 9am - 3pm, $75
Wildflowers Identification - September 21, 9am -
Identification - October 11, 9am - 3 pm, $50
- January 19, 2014, 9am - 3pm, $50
Courses ($300 plus the cost of credits for NEIU-19 CPE Credits;
Wilkes Graduate Education Credits; Keystone College
Sustainability Series: Regional Environmental Challenges
Each program is FREE
and open to the public. Programs will begin at 6pm
and will be held at the KCEEI Center on Keystone's
Campus and will run approximately an hour and a half
each. Pre-registration is required.