May 20th is World Bee Day! World Bee Day is recognized by the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization for the purpose of promoting the health and welfare of these insect VIPs (very important pollinators), as well as educating about the threats that bees face.
Bird Watching as a Tool for Scientific Inquiry
April 22 Marks the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day.
UPDATE: all currently scheduled Service Learning projects (projects 5-8) have been cancelled. Due to the developing COVID-19 situation, university administration has decided to shift IUPUI to a virtual classroom format until (minimally) April 6. During this time, the Service Learning program has been suspended. Projects 5-8, which were scheduled to take place before April 6,… Read more »
The 23rd Annual GREAT BACKYARD BIRD COUNT Takes Place February 14-17. President’s Day weekend approaches, and that means it’s time for the Great Backyard Bird Count. The event kicks off on Valentine’s Day! What better time – and what better way – to show your love of little feathered dinosaurs than to take part in the… Read more »
Holiday 2019 – Last Chance – Rock’n Plant Sale! The last day of the annual Holiday Rock’n Plant Sale will take place on Wednesday, December 11 in the LD Lobby (first floor).
Service Learning Project 7 Rescheduled to October 27 Due to the inclement weather forecast for Saturday, the Campus Tree Survey service learning project planned for October 26 has been cancelled. The project has been rescheduled to its rain date: Sunday, October 27. Currently, the planned meeting time remains as previously scheduled: 9:00 AM – 12:30… Read more »
Day of the Dead-Heading The 2nd annual Day of the Dead-heading will take place on Saturday, November 2, at the Indiana State Museum grounds (and surrounding area). Learn to dead-head (collect seed) from native wildflowers. Seed collected can be taken home to start your own wildflower garden or put in the “common basket” to be… Read more »
Ritchey Woods Creek Clean-Up Cancelled The Service Learning project scheduled for October 11 at Ritchey Woods has been cancelled due to inclement weather. A large storm system will affect the region throughout the day. There is no rain date for this project. Alternative arrangements will be made for project participants: inclusion in an existing project… Read more »
Join CEES for a celebration of all things science! Celebrate Science! – Indiana’s premiere science festival – takes place Saturday, October 5, at the Indianapolis Fairgrounds. CEES staff will be there to educate and enlighten about watersheds and aquatic biodiversity.