Resources for Students
Missing campus bees? Watch them on the roof of Bailey Hall in the live stream video above.
The Bailey Bee student group manages hives at Bailey Hall and the Student Organic Farm on MSU campus. The Bailey Hall hives are equipped with Arnia hive monitoring technology that was generously funded by the Department of Entomology. This equipment allows the students to remotely monitor hive weight, temperature, acoustics, humidity, and activity. Learn more about the Bailey Bee's live hive monitoring project and view the data.
There are two student groups at MSU that work with bees. If you would like to get involved with pollinators on campus, become a member of the google group MSU_StudentBees and check out the resources below.
MSU Bailey Bee Team
- Visit the Bailey Hall Bees Website
- Check out the MSU Bailey Bee Team on Facebook to stay up to date on club meetings and events. You can also view Facebook live events of our hive inspections in the spring and summer.
- Follow the Bailey bees on Twitter
- RISE website for the Bailey Bee project
MSU Students of Veterinary Medicine Bee Club
MSU Student Bee Club Event Calendar
Take a look at the calendar below for student bee club events on campus. There are many opportunities to help with the bees throughout the summer.