One of our goals at MUSE is to create occasions to bring students and faculty together so that genuine learning and mentorship can take place outside the classroom. MUSE events provide many opportunities for students and faculty to get to know one another, share a meal or a cup of coffee, and exchange new ideas and perspectives.
Participate in a MUSE Night out
Our MUSE Nights Out are designed to bring a small group of professors and students together to attend a campus or community event (usually an exhibit, lecture, or play) and share dinner at a nearby restaurant.
Usually comprising a group of ten or twelve, MUSE Nights Out are a fun, casual way for students to have face-time with professors like you, whom they might not have the opportunity to meet in the classroom.
Do you have an idea for a MUSE Night Out? Contact Libby Henriksen at (801) 587-3172 or firstname.lastname@example.org to get started. MUSE will help you invite students, make reservations, and organize the whole evening — and we’ll pick up the tab!
Teach our Centerpiece book
Are you interested in incorporating our centerpiece book, March, into your classroom curriculum this summer?
Over the years, many faculty members have taught MUSE’s centerpiece book in their classes with great success. Faculty members who would like to learn more about obtaining student copies of March and teaching the book in their Summer semester classes may contact Libby Henriksen at (801) 587-3172 or email@example.com for details.