We know you miss spending so much of your day at Seton LaSalle, surrounded by your Rebel family. So, we've compiled some suggestions from some of your favorite faculty and staff members to help you stay connected during quarantine. From mindfulness tips to help you stay relaxed and present to science experiments you can do by yourself or with your family to beat boredom and pass some time in quarantine, we've got you covered. These activities will help you stay strong – mentally, cognitively, and physically.
VIRTUAL TRIPS AND TOURS
RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY TRIPS:
Navigating Nuclear • Journey to the leading nuclear research facility in the country, Idaho National Laboratory.
Powering the Planet: Renewable Energy • Join scientist Alex Wegmann to embark on a Virtual Field Trip to explore a compelling question: How can we get the energy we need without harming nature?
Tech for Tomorrow • Travel virtually to The Tech Interactive, a world-famous science and technology center in San Jose, California.
How Science Powers Us • This virtual field trip takes you inside the cutting-edge AstraZeneca labs to discover the next generations of biologics. Biological products often represent the most up-to-date biomedical research and, in time, may offer the most effective means to treat a variety of medical illnesses and conditions that presently have no other treatments available.
Canadian Farm and Food Tours • Choose any tour!
Great Lakes Now Virtual Field Trip
The Secret Life of Corals: A Dominican Republic Adventure
View from a Canoe: Exploring a Coastal Temperate Rainforest
Journey of Water: From Colombia’s Páramo to the Kitchen Sink
Borneo: The Symphony of the Rainforest
Coastal Peru: The Amazing Biodiversity of a Coastal Ecosystem
China’s Great Forests: What the Giant Panda and Earth’s Climate Share
The Coral Reefs of Palau: Nature’s Amazing Underwater Cities
Wild Biomes: From America’s Rainforest to America’s Desert