Programs & Events

Smithsonian Science How?: Exoskeletons in Our Closets!

Program Number: 
None
Program Type: 
Science Talks
Date: 
Apr. 10, 2014 | Thursday, 10:15am
Multiple Times: 
10:15am and 11am
Location: Nature Research Center - SECU Daily Planet Theater
Fee: 
Free

The Smithsonian Institution selected the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences as a partner for "Smithsonian Science How?" a new program to deliver real-world science directly into classrooms through free, interactive live webcasts and classroom resources. These programs are aligned to correlate with relevant national middle school standards.

“Exoskeletons in Our Closets!” featuring Michelle Trautwein, Assistant Director of the Biodiversity Laboratory, Nature Research Center, is the third in the series. It will be followed by “Life in One Cubic Foot” with Chris Meyer, research zoologist with the National Museum of Natural History.

May I attend in person?

Individuals and families may attend the program in person in the SECU Daily Planet Theater as space allows.

How do I connect?

Schools interested in participating in this free program should contact Tamara Poles at 919.707.9277 or via email at tamara.poles@naturalsciences.org with the following information: 

  • Teacher’s Name.
  • School.
  • County.
  • Grade level.
  • The time you will be viewing our presentation.
  • The time you will be viewing Smithsonian Science How?
  • Total number of students that will be viewing the program.
  • How you found out about this program.
  • Specific questions for the scientists. (Questions will be answered as time allows.)

Individuals and families may attend the program in person in the SECU Daily Planet Theater as space allows.

For more information please see our Smithsonian Science How? page.