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Penn State marine bioacoustics course

Subject: Penn State marine bioacoustics course
From: Dave Mellinger <>
Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2007 15:47:25 -0700
This is forwarded from Jennifer Miksis-Olds <>.  Please direct 
replies to her.

Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2007 19:43:16 -0400
From: Jennifer Miksis-Olds <>

Due to the overwhelming response received from the announcement of Penn
State's new Marine Bioacoustics course (ACS 597D), the University has made
provisions for anyone to have access to the first week of lectures (Aug 27
and Aug 29) without officially registering for the course WITH payment.
These two lectures should answer all questions about course logistics,
content, assignments, and expectations.  After these two lectures you would
have to register and pay for the course. Payment details and instructions on
how to gain access to the first week of class is appended below.

The Marine Bioacoustics course is accessed through the Penn State University
ANGEL website. To receive access for the first class you will need to log
into the ANGEL site with a temporary Friends of Penn State (FOP) account.

Please go to the Friends of Penn State Digital ID registration page
( and click on "create an account".
Once you have obtained your FOP account please notify Kris Popovich
 of your account number and she will provide access for the
first class.
If you would like to register for the course after sitting in the first
class the registration form is available from the Acoustics website (
<> Visa, MasterCard,
American Express, Discover or a check or money order made payable to the
Pennsylvania State University will be accepted for payment of the Acoustics
courses.  A company authorization to invoice for tuition and/or fees will
also be accepted.  Payment must be received by September 5th (the end of
add/drop period) in order to avoid a $250.00 late registration fee.

Jennifer L. Miksis-Olds, Ph.D.
Applied Research Laboratory
The Pennsylvania State University
PO Box 30
State College, PA 16804
(814) 865-9318

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