The Ask the Experts Video Learning Library takes paleontology’s most frequently asked questions and answers them in engaging, real-life situations in the field and in the lab. Museum Paleontologist Jason Schein, plans the field season, and then leads the Bighorn Basin Dinosaur Project’s 2015 Field Expedition in Montana and Wyoming.
Ask the Experts: Curator Talks
Designed for large groups, our interactive assemblies connect students with Museum experts in Archaeology and Paleontology, and the objects they collect and research. Presentations are adaptable to students in grades 3-12.
Length: 45 minutes Cost: $3 per student Maximum: Large groups of 100 or more can be accommodated with a presentation in our auditorium.
The Power of Place: Exploring Human-Environment Relationships
Explore and compare unique artifacts, geography and environments of different archaeological sites with archaeologist Dr. Gregory Lattanzi to build an understanding of how prehistoric humans interacted with their world.
In the Field with the Bighorn Basin Dinosaur Project
For years, the Museum’s own paleontologist Jason Schein has led the fossil-hunting Bighorn Basin Dinosaur Project to the wilds of Wyoming and Montana. Learn about the exciting discoveries, what fossils tell us about ancient ecosystems, and all of the challenges that come with this adventurous career.
Take a peek at our latest fossil discoveries! Our scientists are hard at work, preparing new specimens from sites in New Jersey, Wyoming and Montana. We invite you to ask questions and observe their work. Located on Level 2. Self-guided and open to the public every day.