June 12 — September 1, PreK-6
Unearth unforgettable experiences in our week-long camps, including outdoor adventure, telescopes, science labs, creative play, and field trips to meet U of M scientists.
More at z.umn.edu/bellcamp. Registration is now open!
Your help is needed to build the Minnesota Biodiversity Atlas, the permanent digital record of our scientific collections! Transcribe data from hand-written museum specimen labels to map biodiversity in the Midwestern US, where we sit on the cutting edge of climate change.
Get started at z.umn.edu/mappingchange
Our galleries on the Minneapolis campus are now closed. Until we reopen the new Bell Museum + Planetarium on the St. Paul campus in 2018.
Get connected for project updates, exclusive previews, and info on special outreach events.
Join Greg Mercer—Illustrator and Visual Storyteller at Chicago's Field Museum—as he shares his experiences filming researchers in the field and using video and animation to bring science alive for the public.
Tuesday, April 11
325 Learning & Environmental Sciences Building
In her fascinating, Pulitzer Prize-winning work, Elizabeth Kolbert draws on extraordinary field work and both intellectual and natural history, revealing just how destructively we humans have affected our planet.
See her special lecture on April 13, 2017 at Northrop.