A. Jewell Schock Natural History Museum at Wayne State College

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Education and Outreach

Environmental Education:

Partnering with local K-12 schools to experience hands-on science. This long term project integrates WSC student learning with community service.

 

Find out more here!

 

Reports of interest:

Ikes lake report

Brazile creek report

Sense of Wonder report

 

 

Children's activities:

Kids can participate in fossil identification, junior microscopy, soil hydrology activities, fossil reconstruction, meteor impact, insect pinning, and aquatic macroinvertebrate study.

 

 

Specimen loans:

Individuals may borrow specimens for short term private or public use. Specimens available include local bird museum preps and identification cards, prairie and aquatic insect boxes, and mammal skins representing regional mammalian diversity.

Wildlife artists Dan Rubidioux and Dr. Lorne Ruby show off some of their wildlife carvings. These artists use museum specimens to inform their art.

 

 

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