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White Sharks 101 CEXTN51-202280 is a Course

White Sharks 101 CEXTN51-202280

Sep 20, 2022 - Oct 11, 2022

$130 Enroll

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White Sharks 101

Tuesdays, 9/20-10/11/2022, 6:00pm-7:00pm

Location: John Adams Campus, Room TBD

Instructor: Skyler Thomas

This infamous predator of the ocean is a resident of our California waters, but how much do you really know about the shark referred to around the world as Jaws? 

Of the 22 shark species he has filmed, Skyler Thomas has spent the most time white sharks.  Using personal footage from South Africa, Australia, Cape Cod, The Farallon Islands, and Isla Guadalupe students will learn the differences and similarities of white sharks across the globe while enjoying draw dropping and rarely seen images of white sharks. This 4 week course takes a deep look at the white shark from the perspective of first hand experience, covering basic concepts of biology to some of the lesser known details of this magnificent marine animal. 

If you are taking a class on campus, CCSF requires students to be vaccinated from COVID19.
Once you enroll in an on-campus workshop, you'll be emailed a link to submit a copy of your COVID19 vaccination card.
Masks are required on CCSF campus through the end of 2022.

Instructor Bio: Skyler Thomas has been combining the power of film with scientific principles to help humans better understand the organisms we share the planet with for 20 years. Using what is universally considered the most-feared animal, sharks provide a shocking example of how badly we misunderstand the behavior and purpose of other animals.Skyler is an Award-Winning Filmmaker, Public Speaker, California Certified Educator. He holds the follow degrees:

MFA - Digital Media
AS - Natural Science
BA - Natural Science
CLAD - Teaching Credential
 
Image credit: Skyler Thomas