Curator's Coffee -- Bringing Science to the Community
Our Museum is a state museum, mandated to serve our state; but how does the Museum bring science to the community? How do community partnerships play a role in statewide education? What is the current need and impact for schools, families and the community at this time? Join us as we explore the Museum's "informal" family science programs and experience our most popular Library-Museum program, "Mars and New Mexico" through hands-on science activities.
Carolyn Gregory has a background in education and business development. She has managed three family science grant-funded programs in her seven years at the Museum, including the current Library/ Museum program called Community Science Connections. She holds several graduate degrees in Education from Bank Street College of Education and Dominican University of California.
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Albuquerque, NM 87104
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