2020 DISC Registration
Please fill out the fields below as part of the 2020 DISC registration. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Kiyomi Morino (kiyomi@email.arizona.edu).

Note that registration is only final once payment is received. Your method of payment and the cost will depend on whether you need transferable university credits for the course. For non-credit students, payments can be made by check or wire transfer. Please contact Skye Bennett (skyebennett@email.arizona.edu) for details.

The course costs $1,300 for non-credit students, and will be higher (~$1650, set by the university in April) for credit-taking students. Note that you will be responsible for your costs for travel, lodging, and meals while in Tucson. We are working on finding affordable housing for all students, but you may opt to find your own housing in Tucson.

We will be taking a 4-day field trip during the first week of the course to northern New Mexico to collect tree-ring materials that we will process, date, and analyze during the course. Registration fees cover the costs of this field trip.
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Do you require transfer credits? *
If you answer "Yes", please contact Kiyomi Morino (kiyomi@email.arizona.edu) regarding enrollment to the University of Arizona
Camping provisions *
We will spend 3-4 nights camping in conifer forests in northern New Mexico. The weather could be highly variable. Ideally, daytime temperatures will be in the 60s and 70s and nighttime temperatures in the 40s. It could, however, be cooler and rainy. Each person is responsible for bringing necessary personal gear. See our suggested packing list: https://goo.gl/X5or8X We can provide some equipment through the University of Arizona Outdoor Recreation center. Below, please select items you need us to supply for you.
Allergies and medications *
Do you have serious allergies or medications that the instructors should know about? If so, please email you course instructor. Also, we recommend that you bring extra medications, especially while in the field. You should bring a 1-week supply for the 4-day trip just to be on the safe side.
Food preferences *
Do you have food preferences, like minor allergies or strict dietary requirements. If you would like to discuss, please contact Kiyomi Morino (kiyomi@email.arizona.edu). If any of these allergies are potentially harmful, please indicate that above and email Chris.
Research overview *
We normally ask students to prepare a 5-minute overview of their research as part of learning from each other, developing a cohort, and aiding in directing course instructors to better helping you with individual needs or ideas. This year we'll be doing these talks in the field, and may or may not have access to a computer for the talks. Would you be willing to share your research with the group?
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