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Blog Archive: People

[image] How a Museum Volunteer Became a TikTok Star

How a Museum Volunteer Became a TikTok Star

NHMU paleo volunteer Eliza Petersen made a dino pun that's been taking the internet by storm.
[image] Top 10 Life Lessons from Scott Kelly

Top 10 Life Lessons from Scott Kelly

Get inspired from the man who spent a Year in Space discussing how to maintain physical and mental health, find inspiration, and remain curious and committed to learning during social distancing.
[image] NHMU 50: Youth Teaching Youth

NHMU 50: Youth Teaching Youth

NHMU's Youth Teaching Youth program is one of its great successes. Here's how it started.
[image] Creature Care in Nature All Around Us

Creature Care in Nature All Around Us

NHMU exhibit preparator Claire Davis will introduce you to the creatures she cares for in Nature All Around Us, the special exhibit designed by the Museum and open through May 25, 2020.
[image] Nature is Where You Find It

Nature is Where You Find It

Writer Emma Marris explains a different view of nature that changes how we see the wild, and offers hope for the future.
[image] NHMU 50: The Museum's First Curator

NHMU 50: The Museum's First Curator

Eric Rickart's fascination with nature from an early age, led him to becoming the Museum's first scientific curator.
[image] 2019 Indian Art Market: Sam Dimmick Takes Best in Show

2019 Indian Art Market: Sam Dimmick Takes Best in Show

Native Alaskan artist Sam Dimmick won Best in Show at this year's Indian Art Market.
[image] 2019 Indian Art Market Honors Etta Claw Peacock

2019 Indian Art Market Honors Etta Claw Peacock

Weaver Etta Claw Peacock won second prize in this year's Indian Art Market.
[image] 2019 Indian Art Market Honors Bruce Joe

2019 Indian Art Market Honors Bruce Joe

Navajo artist Bruce Joe won third prize at this year's Indian Art Market.
[image] How to Prepare a King

How to Prepare a King

Meet our amazing Terataphoneus specimen, the most complete tyrannosaur ever found in the Southwestern U.S., and Ann Johnson, NHMU's talented preparator who worked on the skull.