Learn about the many ways you can participate at The Field Museum. We are currently offering the following programs or events.


Saturday, May 6, 2017

curioCITY_Fishing_for_Clues_FlyerThe Field Museum’s Youth Council is excited to announce curioCITY: Fishing for Clues, a free event for high school students at The Field Museum. Featuring Suzanne Smyth, a Fire Investigator and Field Museum Conservation Scientist Dr. Lesley de Souza, Ph.D. curioCITY aims to bring people of different careers to share in conversation their unseemingly connected paths. Suzanne Smyth specializes in the investigation and prevention of fires and explosions in industrial, commercial, and residential settings.  Lesley de Souza researches Neotropical fishes deep in the Amazon basin and works closely with indigenous communities to promote conservation of the landscape, people, and wildlife.  High school students, stop by The Field Museum on May 6th for snacks and hear about the life journeys of a Suzanne Smyth and Dr. de Souza! Event is FREE, snacks, fun activities, a prize drawing, and museum admission is provided! — make sure to invite your friends! Seats go fast, register today! http://bit.ly/fishingforclues

Saturday, April 1, 2017

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The Field Museum’s Youth Council is excited to announce curioCITY: Bones to Botany, a career conversation for high school students at The Field Museum. Featuring Dr. Aravind Athiviraham, Specialist in Orthopedic Sports Medicine at The University of Chicago and Matt von Konrat, The Field Museum’s Head of Botanical Collections, curioCITY aims to bring people of different careers to share in conversation about their seemingly unconnected paths. Dr. Athiviraham cares for patients with athletic injuries and helps treat diseases of the bones, joints, and muscles. Dr. Matt Von Konrat researches thousands of plant specimens pulled from the vast botanical collection at The Field Museum.

Join us at The Field Museum at 1pm on April 1, 2017 and be part of the growing field of Sports Medicine and Botany! Register at http://bit.ly/bonestobotany

 

 

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