We hope you and your family enjoy this round-up of events, activities and courses around campus.
- Get outside and hike the beautiful trails at the Kellogg Biological Station Bird Sanctuary Wednesday through Sunday from 9 a.m. till 5 p.m. Additionally, check out their calendar of virtual events.
- The W. J. Beal Botanical Garden on campus is an outdoor laboratory for the study and appreciation of plants. If you follow the W. J. Beal Botanical Garden Facebook page, you’ll know that spring flowers have started to blossom. The garden is open for you to walk around and enjoy the plants in a beautiful setting, but please follow COVID-19 social distancing guidelines and stay safe.
- The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum has a variety of current exhibitions that are free and open to the public with social distancing and enhanced safety measures in place, including daily limited spots available. Please reserve your free tickets here. Additionally, they are offering many interesting, free online events.
- The Wharton Center is dedicated to sharing the power of the performing arts with the community by offering Wharton at Home activities for both adults and children.
- The MSU Worklife Office has a bunch of upcoming activities (see their calendar of events), including Family Affinity Group (Positive Parenting): Being a Calm, Assertive Parent on April 15, Adult Caregivers Affinity Group: Open Discussion with Lisa Laughman and Jaimie Hutchison on April 22, and Mental Health Series: Self-care and COVID on May 20.
- HR Organizational and Professional Development has a variety of virtual courses you can register for (see full list here), including Maximizing the Spartan Experience on April 13, Writing Policies and Procedures on April 27, Everything DiSC: Behavior Styles at Work on May 5, and Managing Employees Remotely on May 27.
- MSU Health4U is offering the following courses: Coping 2.0 on April 9, The Winter Resilience Program (various dates), and Self Compassion Class (starts May 5). Find all upcoming courses here.
We hope you all will remain safe and healthy and continue to practice social distancing until we are able to see each other on campus again. In the meantime, wear a mask, wash your hands often, and enjoy these campus activities.