Staff & Leaders
I am a Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology student at the U of M, and I will be graduating next year. I've worked as a tour guide at the Bell Museum for two years, and assisted with camps last summer. I am excited to lead camps this year!
I am a geologist and astronomer interested in Earth's surface features and what that can tell us about other planets and moons in our solar system! In my spare time, I enjoy hiking, star gazing and learning!
I am a sophomore at Montana State University, Bozeman studying geology with a paleontology focus; my interests include hunting for fossils, reading, and enjoying nature with my dog.
I am a graduate student at the University of Minnesota, studying Agricultural Education. I love to sing, read, take walks, and learn. I am excited to teach your camper this week!
I am a student at the U of M pursuing a degree in Earth Sciences. This includes geology, geochemistry, geobiology, geophysics, oceanography, paleontology, and more! I study how the processes on Earth work and apply them on our own planet as well as our neighboring planets. I have worked at the planetarium in the Bell Museum for the last two years. I have been teaching for the last five years and I hope I can inspire your children to be as curious about this topic as I am!
I am recent graduate of the U of M's Ecology, Evolution & Behavior program, and am currently pursuing a degree in Environmental Education through Hamline University. I love science and animals, so when I'm not at the Bell Museum, I can usually be found at the zoo or humane society!
(L to R) Chloe Colvin, Alaina Friedrich, Grace Prins, Rachel Smilanich, Tedd Uphus