This week in Shapiro: April 11-17, 2016

Lattice wall in Shapiro Lobby with Audubon bird in background and text on a dark digital screen that says,

On Display 

LSA Student Government Sustainability Facts / U-M Library Earth Week
Monday, 4/12 - Sunday, 4/17
The Shapiro Screens this week feature a digital campaign about sustainability facts presented by LSA Student Government, as well as promotion for Earth Week events in the Library and on campus! 


U-M Beekeeping (Shapiro Library, outside front entrance)
Wednesday, 4/13, 12PM - 2PM
Get info about beekeeping from students, sponsored by the Center for Campus Involvement (no bees will be on hand).

Gardening 101 (Shapiro Library, outside front entrance)
Wednesday, 4/13, 1PM - 3PM
Learn how to plant a garden! 

U-M Sustainable Food Systems Initiative (Shapiro Library, outside front entrance)
Wednesday, 4/13, 1PM - 3PM
Get info about the Minor in Food and the Environment, a graduate certificate in Sustainable Food Systems.

Plant a Seed (Shapiro Library, outside front entrance)
Wednesday, 4/13, 1PM - 3PM
Take a minute and plant a seed. Take it with you, and watch it grow.


Student Org and Information Tables

Center for Entrepreneurship: D-Trek 
Monday, 4/11 10AM - 2PM and Thursday, 10AM - 12PM
CfE students will be on hand to talk about applying for Detroit Start-Up Immersion Treks.

Beyond the Diag - Stress Relief!
Monday, 4/11, 5:30PM - 7:30PM 
U-M's student off-campus housing community initiative will be on hand to provide stress-relief to students prepping for finals--foam stressballs, study materials, candy, as well as resources about living off campus.

U-M Library Undergraduate Research Award
Tuesday, 4/12, 11AM - 1PM and Thursday, 4/14, 2PM - 4PM
The Undergraduate Research Award Committee will be on hand to promote applications, due on 4/28/16.

Earth Week - Environmental Research Info Table 
Tuesday, 4/12, 1PM - 3PM
Environmental Science Librarian Lori Tschirhart will be on hand to discuss environmental research services at U-M Library.

Earth Week - Eating in Season: Historical Recipes from the Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive
Wednesday, 4/13, 12PM - 1PM 
Special Collections Curator Juli McLoone will have on-hand a selection of historical recipe books and related materials that feature seasonal ingredients and menus. Come see what it meant to eat with the seasons from 1850-1950!

Earth Week - U-M Biological Station
Thursday, 4/14, 12PM - 2PM
Learn more about how students can engage with the U-M Biological Station.

Department of Public Safety and Security - Laptop Registration
Thursday, 4/14, 6PM - 8PM
DPS Outreach Officers will be on hand to register laptops and other electronic devices.

Earth Week - MRecycle
Friday, 4/15, 11AM - 1PM
Learn more about recycling initiatives at U-M.