Learn how your body responds to the environmental stresses of the world for FREE by watching novel, engaging, online video education!!! A new Stanford Environmental Physiology class will be offered starting January 13th, 2014. Check out the 1 minute promotional video link below to see what the class is like. In the class, students will be engaged in stories about physiology from across the country, develop relationships with the instructors as they sacrifice their bodies for the good of science, and be inspired by the complexity and adaptability of the human body. Students will also have the opportunity to hear from top scientists and adventurers in the field. The class will illustrate and explain how your body responds to cold, heat, stress, age, altitude, and variable pressures. Video travel locations include Stanford, Harvard, MIT, US Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, Pikes Peak, Las Vegas, and Livermore California. Sign up now at the class site below to reserve your spot in the January class!
For more information on the class or to sign up, please visit the following links:
1 min Promo Video: http://youtu.be/2b-_COQj7OE
Class Homepage (Environmental Physiology: Your body in the world): https://class.stanford.edu/courses/HumanitiesSciences/EP101/Environmental_Physiology/about
Hope to see you in class.