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Alexandria, Virginia
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Urbana, Illinois
Natural History, University
Boulder, Colorado
History, Natural History, University
The University of Colorado Museum offers a wide range of special events and educational programs throughout the year. The Museum and Field Studies Graduate Program offers students an opportunity to earn a Master of Science degree or a certificate in Museum Studies. The exhibition galleries are open to the public seven days a week, free of charge. Permanent exhibitions feature paleontology, zoology, anthropology, and the children's Discovery Corner.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Anthropology, Archaeology, History, Natural History, Science
With four floors of exhibits, including the largest display of dinosaurs in Michigan, the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History inspires visitors of all ages to discover the excitement of science and the natural world around us.
Cedar Falls, Iowa
Archaeology, Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Library, Natural History, Science, University
The UNI Museum is comprised of the University Museum (a museum of nature and culture) and the Marshall Center School (a restored historic one-room schoolhouse). They are administered by the Department of Museums & Collections at the University of Northern Iowa, within the Rod Library.
Richmond, Virginia
Art, Natural History, Science, University
University of Richmond Museums comprises the Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art, the Joel and Lila Harnett Print Study Center, and the Lora Robins Gallery of Design from Nature. The museums are home to diverse and fascinating collections and exhibitions of art, artifacts, and natural history specimens. Admission to all museums is free and open to the public. The museums regularly present exhibitions, lectures, openings, gallery talks, workshops, concerts, symposia, and other programs.
Foxholm, North Dakota
Natural History
Condon, Montana
Archaeology, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park, Science
The upper Swan Valley area is unique in that it still retains a plethora of evidence of its varied history. There still exist old Indian trails crisscrossing our mountains. Old trapper cabins and marten notched trees are still around on the landscape. This area was homesteaded and settled at a relatively late date, primarily from the mid-1910's and later, with many artifacts and buildings of that particular era still in existence.
Urbana, Illinois
History, Natural History, Park
South Lake Tahoe, California
Natural History
Human and Natural History exhibits
Vernal, Utah
Natural History
Thirteen life-size dinosaur replicas line the paths of the dinosaur garden. The Field House has a large assortment of specimens in anthropology, natural history, geology and paleontology. The museum also features relics of prehistoric and recent Indian
Fort Duchesne, Utah
Natural History
Located on site related to the era of U.S. Cavalry and Old Fort Duchesne; 160-vol. library of books and research papers on indian and early Western American history; reading room; lectures; Indian-produced artwork in various media; old books from nearby m
Kenosha, Wisconsin
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Culture, History, Natural History, Science, University
Museum studies is an interdisciplinary certificate program designed to provide students with an introduction to the diverse aspects of museum work, information concerning opportunities for employment in museums and related institutions (such as archives and public history parks), and hands-on experience, including formal internships in local museums.
Stevens Point, Wisconsin
Natural History
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