Posts Tagged ‘American Museum of Natural History’

NATURAL HISTORY, ON ICE

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The American Museum of Natural History is reportedly planning to open an ice-skating rink this November on the Arthur Ross Terrace, outside the Rose Center for Earth and Space, near near West 81st Street and Columbus Avenue. The rink may be open until February or March 2009. Last week, a museum representative spoke about the [&hellip
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BUTTERFLY EFFECT

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Jessica Alonso and Kaya Durran, students from the Goddard Riverside Head Start Program, use a magnifying glass to get a closer look at an owl butterfly inside the American Museum of Natural History’s Butterfly Conservatory. The conservatory, which houses up to 500 butterflies in a space filled with lush foliage and blooming tropical flowers, will [&hellip
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PREPPING FOR PH.D.S

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Last week, John J. Flynn was named first dean of the Richard Gilder Graduate School at the American Museum of Natural History. Flynn is chairman and Frick Curator of Fossil Mammals, Division of Paleontology. The Gilder Graduate School was established in October 2006, following approval by the New York State Board of Regents for the [&hellip
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