The Ichthyology class at Washington College studies the major groups of fish as well as systematics, physiology, behavior, ecology, and evolution of fish. Student spend the first half of semester getting acquainted with the fish collection here at Washington College. Dr. Martin Connaughton brought his students to the Smithsonian Natural Science Support Center, where they house millions of specimens and collections of fish, to test their fish knowledge.
Hodson Trust-Griswold Director of the C.V. Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience Adam Goodheart and Nancy L. Underwood Associate Professor of Art History Donald McColl brought their students to visit the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.
Professor Donald McCall arranged for Maiko Behr of Maiko Behr Japanese Art Consulting and Translation, Vancouver, Canada, to guide interested students, faculty, and friends of the College through exhibitions in Washington, DC.
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Comparative Psychology Field Trip
Dr. Michael Kerchner brought his Comparative Psychology class to the National Zoo to study the application of concepts to fellow primates.