Posted by: lucasjam | January 18, 2010

Welcome Mates!

**June 1, 2010 – Update to parents, family and friends from Remarkable Rocks, Kangaroo Island, South Australia.  The Spartans are doing well “down-under”.

Link to VID00133.mp4

 G’day!

Welcome to the MSU Sustainable Food, Environment and Social Systems in Australia Study Abroad 2010.

Follow this blog as we travel across Australia learning about sustainability.

On the right side of your blog screen, you will see the dates of the program.   Click on the individual dates, to view the blog for any particular day.   If you subscribe to the blog, you will receive an email when the blog is updated.  Despite this reminder, you might want to check back regularly, as we add pictures and comments all the time. Please also note that your first comment must be approved by an instructor before it will post. After that time, you can post comments without an approval.

Thank you and enjoy your virtual travel with us.

We also invite you to visit our program website at: https:\\www.msu.edu\course\be\475\australia.

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Responses

  1. Welcome to Australia all you sheilas and blokes from MSU ! Enjoy this amazing country and people. Live the aussie credo ” no worries , mate” and she’ll be all right in your travels..
    Rob

  2. I LOVE this blog!! It’s great seeing the random photos of all of you which brings the other side of the world closer to home here in Michigan! It’s interesting to see the environment that you’re studying not to mention that it will be the best trip journal you’ll ever have!!!! Enjoy every moment all of you MSU mates!!!! wooohoooo!!!

  3. Great pictures of the Group. Looking forward to daily updates.

    Love you Michelle

  4. Can’t wait to see more photos! Needless to say your little brother is still asking … “Did she see a platypus yet?” Continue to work hard and have fun. BTW, here’s a little fact for you Circular Quay was also the name of a 2007 Kentucky Derby horse. Just in case you were wondering!

  5. G’day guys, it was great talking with you today at the National Museum of Australia. I certainly hope you take back with you some memorable moments of Australia and Australians. I wish you well with your studies and your future.

    Best regards,

    Neil


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