Natural Endowment of the Humanities (NEH) funds have enabled tribal consultants to advise the museum on how to center and preserve Indigenous knowledge, language, and culture in NHMU collections and exhibitions
Explorer Corps program saw 142% increase in participation in 2022 as it asked travelers how well they knew Utah and encouraged them to find new adventures throughout the state
Straight from its origin at AMNH in New York, the immersive #natureofcolor invites visitors to explore the role and power of color in the natural world, in human cultures, and in our personal lives
A public show and sale featuring traditional handcrafted Native American arts and crafts
from 31 artisans representing nine tribes across the Western United States
The free series of online science investigations are designed to improve middle school-aged students’ critical thinking skills while supporting state curriculum standards.
Summer@Home, Powered by NHMU was designed by Museum educators and the Summer Camp team to meet the unique needs this summer – and it’s filling up fast!
Students and parents were captivated as Scott Kelly answered of-the-moment questions on how to find inspiration and cultivate critical thinking skills during time at home
Fifth annual challenge offers an opportunity for people to connect with nature and participate in a collective scientific effort, while safely navigating current public health challenges;
results will be announced on May 4
Join leading paleontologists, researchers and community dinosaur enthusiasts as they travel back 66 million years to examine what led to the mass extinction of dinosaurs and other prehistoric inhabitants
For this landmark 50th year, the Museum looks to the past and to the future – highlighting its heritage with early acquisitions while introducing its commitment to digital asset management
A public show and sale featuring traditional handcrafted Native American arts and crafts from 30 artisans representing 11 tribes across the Western United States