Gorgeous Gorges of the Finger Lakes
Week 3: July 22-28, 2012
Ithaca is one of the most fossil-rich places on Earth, and it's hardly possible to walk through the area's spectacular gorges without seeing evidence of our prehistoric past. Who better to guide our exploration of the region's geology than Warren Allmon, geologist, paleontologist, naturalist, director of Ithaca's Paleontological Research Institution and its spectacular Museum of the Earth, and professor in Cornell's Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. Back by popular demand, Warren will lead our investigation of the region's rocks, fossils, and past and current flora and fauna as we drink in the beauty of dramatic sites, many of them new to this course. Our field trips will average about three miles a day and require the ability to wade a stream and undertake modest climbing without difficulty. In comfortable shoes and appropriate dress, you'll be attired for wonder. Veterans and newcomers welcome.
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Once you've registered, we'll send you materials on the academic program and other information to help you prepare for CAU. Please include deposits ($50 per person, per class) with your registration. All deposits are applied to the full program charges.
Below are the program fees and housing choices for the on-campus summer programs. Please contact us if you have questions.
The program fee (per adult, per week) covers course tuition, lodging, sixteen meals, coffee breaks, hospitality hours, welcome and farewell parties, conference-lot parking fees, and use of most of Cornell's campus facilities (some courses have additional fees). Wednesday supper is on your own. Some campus facilities, such as the golf course, also charge specific user fees. Weekly program rates vary with the accommodation you select:
|Room with private bath||$1,729||$150|
|Hilton Homewood Suites||$1,793||$447|
*Includes all items listed above except housing, meals, and additional fees as noted in course descriptions.