First-Year Research in Earth Sciences: Dunes - Student Application

Use this form to apply to participate in the First-Year Research in Earth Sciences (FYRES): Dunes course at Calvin College in Fall 2014. Before you apply, please read about the FYRES course and what is expected of student participants at www.calvin.edu/go/fyres/. The original application deadline was 9 May 2014, but there are still a few spots left in the course. Applications are being considered in the order in which they are received until the course is full.

    Your Contact Information

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    Application Checklist

    The following items are required in order to process your application.
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    Please Tell Us About Yourself

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    Going to the beach
    Outdoor activities
    Hiking
    Using or making maps
    Using GPS
    Orienteering or geocaching
    Collecting rocks
    Photographing nature
    Pleasant weather
    Storms/interesting weather
    Visiting national parks
    Traveling
    Science
    Classroom learning
    Hands-on learning
    Using your learning in real-life settings
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    Recommender Information

    Select a teacher or advisor who knows you and can comment on your interests and abilities. Please give your recommender information about how to find the recommendation link on the FYRES website.
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