14th Biennial Lake Superior Youth Symposium will be May 14 (virtual) at NMU
The Central U.P. MiSTEM Region, in partnership with the NMU Seaborg Center, invites you to attend the 2021 Lake Superior Youth Symposium for students and teachers in grades 8-12 that will be held virtually on Friday, May 14.
Registration will open in early March. Virtual session descriptions will be posted on the website. Many exciting interdisciplinary topics will be offered--from poetry-writing and art, to indigenous approaches to resource management, engineering, wildlife ecology, Lake Superior water quality investigations, fisheries, geoheritage and more. Check the symposium website for the latest updates. Students will be able to create their own schedule for the day, choosing the sessions they are most interested in. There will be an opening water ceremony, inspiring keynote, variety of interactive 45-minute sessions, some presented by students, and hands-on activities. The cost is $50 per teacher/class.
Please take a moment to watch the 2021 symposium video trailer CLICK HERE
and visit the symposium website CLICK HERE
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Started in 1995, this remarkable biennial learning experience is for students and teachers who live within or are passionate about Lake Superior and its watershed (MI, WI, MN, & ON). We will keep you updated as planning continues to unfold during the pandemic. We know it takes a lot of lead time for schools to plan for student participation in multi-day educational programs, and for all to engage.
Direct any questions to Renee Jewett, the lead coordinator of the 2021 symposium, by email or by calling 906-227-2002.
We are looking forward to this year's unique event!