virtual Event taking place on
May 14, 2021
hosted by Northern Michigan University.
The purpose of the symposium is to inspire and motivate teachers and students in grades 8-12 to become stewards of Lake Superior and the Great Lakes!
This year we will cater to the safety needs of all and host a virtual event. Participants will share knowledge and skills, address current issues that challenge the health of the Lake Superior basin, and experience an appreciation of the history and culture of the Lake Superior region. Virtual symposium activities will include watershed research, investigations, artistic expression, team/leadership building skills, and recreational opportunities.
Teachers that register will indicate how many students plan to participate from their school. Students that are interested in attending the symposium will be required to contact a teacher from their school.
Componenets of the Symposium
Experiential Field Trips to Visit Unique Outdoor Features
Students Sharing Specific Research and Stewardship Work
Hands on Presentations
Evening Programs: Speakers, Dance, Recreation, and Games
Student Teams Planning a Stewardship Project for their Local Community
The 14th biennial symposium will be virtually hosted by Northern Michigan University's Seaborg Center on May 14 of 2021.
NMU Seaborg Center
1401 Presque Isle Ave
Marquette, MI 49855
Monday-Friday 8 AM - 5 PM