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The 1997 Faculty Development Program/NSF Short Courses for
College Teachers (Chautauqua Short Course Program) lists two
dinosaur-related courses:

Course 49--The Dinosaur Family Tree, offered at the American
Museum of Natural History in NYC, Apr. 10-12, by J. Michael
Parrish of Northern Illinois University.

Course 50--The Paleobiology of the Dinosaurs, offered June 14-19
in Grand Junction, Colorado (with visits to other sites in western
Colorado and Utah), by J. Michael Parrish of NIU.

There will be no Participant Course Registration fees in 1997, but
there is an application fee of $40, and the courses are limited
to about 25 participants (undergraduate college teachers of 
science--for courses 49 & 50 the description says "all disciplines").
Application should be made as early as possible; participants will
be chosen at least 6 weeks prior to the beginning of the course.

Further information may be found at their web site:


For course 49, apply to the SUSB (SUNY-Stony Brook) Center:
Lester G. Paddy, Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology
Education, SUNY at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, LI, NY 11794-3733
Phone: 516 632-7075   FAX: 516 632-7220  
E-mail:  lpaldy@sbccmail.bitnet

For course 50, apply to the NIU Center:  Carla W. Montgomery,
Associate Dean, Graduate School, Northern Illinois University,
DeKalb, IL 60115-2860    Phone:  815 753-9402
FAX: 815 753-6366   E-mail:  s00sys1@wpo.cso.niu.edu

The program gives fuller descriptions of the courses; the return
address on the program reads:  Nicholas G. Eror, Chautauqua Program,
323 Benedum Hall, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15261


George Pesely, Austin Peay State Univ. <peselyg@apsu01.apsu.edu>