New @ The Zoo
Meet The Animals
FALL 2014 (Online)
SUMMER I (Online)
SUMMER II – At the Houston Zoo
The Houston Zoo staff are well known in the zoo industry for their support and development of conservation, education, and professional development programs. Throughout this course, students will be engaging with a variety of staff from different departments, who are known leaders in their fields of expertise. Many have years of experience in the zoo industry, informal science education, and sit on committees with their peers from around the world within the Association of Zoos & Aquariums. For more information on courses conducted at the Houston Zoo, please email email@example.com.
Applying for admission to graduate school at Texas Tech is a two-part process. The first part is applying to The Graduate School. With this application you will need to make sure to have your transcripts sent to Texas Tech, along with the $100 application fee.
Step 1: Apply to the Graduate School on the Texas Tech website:
Once that step has been completed, you will be about to apply for admission to the College of Education at Texas Tech. A list of required application materials as well as the online application can be found on the Texas Tech website.
The online application requires you to log on with your “eRaider” id and password. If you have not received your eRaider information, please contact the Texas Tech Graduate School at 806-742-2781 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Dean of Graduate Education and Research
Texas Tech University
College of Education
Lubbock, Texas 79409
For additional course information and to register, please contact Dr. Patricia Patrick at email@example.com or (806) 742-1997 x316.
Dr. Patricia Patrick
Dr. Patricia Patrick is an assistant professor in the College of Education at Texas Tech University, and has worked with undergraduate and graduate pre-service science teachers for seven years. She has taught environmental science in the public schools for 12 years. Her research includes informal science education, environmental science education and mental representations. She has published Zoo Talk, which is built on the premise that zoos, their staff and exhibits, and visitors speak distinct languages. She has published 14 peer reviewed papers, presented 30 papers, and given over 30 science workshops for science teachers at various state and national conferences.