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  Field Museum of Natural History - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It was named the Columbian Museum of Chicago on September 16, 1893 but renamed after Marshall Field, a major donor, in 1905.
The museum was originally housed in the structure now occupied by the Museum of Science and Industry but the current location is a building that opened in 1921.
The Museum's newest permanent exhibit, "Evolving Planet" (formerly "Life Over Time"), utilizes the museum's extensive fossil collection, in order to present both the history and the evolution of life on earth, over a span of 4 billion years, from the first organism to present-day life.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Field_Museum_of_Natural_History   (1505 words)

 Expeditions @ Field Museum - Grande - Dispatches
The Field Museum is much more than simply an exhibit museum or a "dead animal zoo," it is also a vibrant academic institution and one of the world's leading research museums.
The Field Museum's fossil fish collection is one of the two largest in North America (the collection of the American Museum in New York is roughly the same size) and one of the four largest fossil fish collections in the world.
At the Museum it is our task to be guardians and caretakers of this immense store of data and knowledge for generations to come, just as the world's great libraries curate the written word of humanity's various societies and cultures.
fm4.fieldmuseum.org /expedition/1006/dispatches.jsp   (1442 words)

 Field Museum
When retail magnate Marshall Field offered a million-dollar check for the project, the Field Museum was born.
The museum's collections quickly outgrew the space available in the old Palace of Fine Art, and in the early years of the twentieth century plans for a new museum building began to take shape.
Members of the Field family provided much of the money, ensuring both the success of the project and also that the name would not change.
www.encyclopedia.chicagohistory.org /pages/450.html   (542 words)

 Field Museum 'reuniting' scattered collections from ancient Iraq site
Original field cards will be used to determine the archaeological context of many of these objects, which is vital to understanding their use and meaning.
The Field Museum also holds 1,740 photographs and 1,200 feet of film taken during the excavations showing vivid images of the work being conducted by teams of up to hundreds of people.
The Field Museum is proud to release for the first time ever archival video footage from the Kish expeditions.
www.eurekalert.org /pub_releases/2004-10/fm-fm102204.php   (1029 words)

 The Field Museum - Chicago, IL - Insider Pages
This museum is for someone interested in areas of Biolog7 such as fossils, dinasaurs, mummies, the extinction of animals.
The Field Museum is a wonderful museum with a variety of exhibits, but is best known for Sue, the resident T-Rex.
Field Museum of Natural Industry is an educational museum of nature.
www.insiderpages.com /b/3713896958   (1619 words)

 Post-doctoral position: The Field Museum
The Field Museum seeks candidates for a two-year post-doctoral fellowship emphasizing interdisciplinary research as well as the central role of museum collections.
Boyd fellows are expected to participate fully as part of the Field Museum academic community, to undertake high-quality original research, and to present their work to both academic and public audiences.
The Field Museum is an equal opportunity employer and actively encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds.
remf.dartmouth.edu /paleonews/news/311230834.html   (7505 words)

 National Cryptologic Museum Field Trips
A field trip to the National Cryptologic Museum is a fun and interesting way to introduce students to the secret world of codes and ciphers.
It is not part of the planned field trip programs; however, a walking path to the park can be found at the end of the museum parking lot.
Field trips may be scheduled to begin anytime between 9 and 2 p.m.
www.nsa.gov /museum/museu00039.cfm   (1235 words)

 CU Museum: Museum Field Studies - Course Offerings
Investigates the museum as an institution in society; history of museums and changing roles and methods in society; administrative structure; museum profession; methodology of museum collections, exhibitions, and education.
Students are exposed to a wide variety of field methods in disciplines specific to natural history museums, with field exercises in zoology, archaeology, paleontology, geology, botany, and entomology.
A project or project paper in the student's discipline and related to some aspect of museum studies is required of every master's degree candidate under the non-thesis option plan.
cumuseum.colorado.edu /MFS/courses.html   (1297 words)

 Field Museum of Natural History on Centerstage Chicago - Field Museum of Natural History : 1400 S. Lake Shore, Chicago, ...
The Field Museum has come a long way from the taxidermied prairie animals and wax Indian figures that filled its exhibit space for so many years.
A replica skull tops her skeleton in the center of the museum, but her real skull, too heavy to mount on the body, is on display on the second floor.
The Field Museum has made strides toward a more "kid-friendly" approach to natural history, but the vibe here is still more classroom than playground.
centerstage.net /theatre/theatres/field-museum.html   (380 words)

 Tutankhamun, the Field Museum & Zahi Hawass « Elginism
When the Field Museum agreed last week to showcase an ancient sarcophagus owned by a powerful Chicago executive, it ended an awkward spat with Egypt’s antiquities czar but committed the museum to displaying an artifact of questionable historical value.
Museum officials on Friday had yet to examine the 2,600-year-old stone coffin at the center of a tiff between Exelon CEO John Rowe and Zahi Hawass, secretary general of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities–a dispute that threatened to mar the opening of the exhibit “Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs.”
A spokeswoman for the St. Louis Museum said she is “confounded” by Hawass’ claims that the mask was stolen.
www.elginism.com /20060530/443   (1654 words)

 CU Museum: Museum and Field Studies Graduate Program
Museum and Field Studies graduate student preparing exhibit in the Anthropology Hall at the CU Museum
The Museum and Field Studies Section of the CU Museum offers students a mutlidisiplinary course of study leading either to a Master of Science Degree (MS) or a Graduate Professional Certificate in Museology.
Museum and Field Studies students have found positions in museums across the country, from the American Museum of Natural History to the Denver Art Museum.
cumuseum.colorado.edu /MFS   (431 words)

 A Field Trip to the Field Museum
Museum exhibits really should tell a story, and the natural traffic pattern should lead the visitors to see and hear the story in some logical way.
A railroad museum that is nothing more than a collection of locomotives, and fails to explain how the railroad affected people and economy of the area, is a poor museum, no matter how well the locomotives are preserved.
The claim is made by the museum that the fossils tell the age of the rocks they are found in.
www.scienceagainstevolution.org /v6i3f.htm   (3575 words)

 Case Studies - The Field Museum of Natural History - L-Soft
The purpose of The Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago is stated as the "accumulation and dissemination of knowledge, and the preservation and exhibition of objects illustrating art, archaeology, science, and history." This 100-year-old institution first began using e-mail lists for effective communication among its internal staff.
Subsequently, e-mail updates were sent to the museum's specially trained educators and board of trustees.
The Field Museum technical staff incorporated LISTSERV software on their server and today sends moderated system-wide messages to approximately one thousand e-mail accounts 10 to 15 times a week and sometimes as often as seven times a day.
www.lsoft.com /customers/fieldmuseum.asp   (445 words)

 The Field Museum's Chocolate Exhibition
Founded in 1893 as a repository for artifacts on display at Chicago’s Columbian Exposition, the Field eventually became the centerpiece of a “trifecta” that’s considered to be the best museum ensemble in the U.S.: the Field itself, and the neighboring Adler Planetarium and John G. Shedd Aquarium.
The Field Museum’s biggest modern coup was the acquisition of Sue, the biggest, best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton ever discovered.
The Field spent $8.4 million in a 1997 auction to acquire the fossil, declaring at the time that it didn’t want Sue carted off to a place where the public might never see her.
www.theculturedtraveler.com /Museums/Archives/Field2.htm   (476 words)

 Field Museum Partnership - UIC Department of Anthropology and Program In Geography
The UIC and Field Museum departments have research laboratories supporting studies in archaeology, human genetics, sociocultural anthropology, and GIS.
The Field Museum's Center for Cultural Understanding and Change (CCUC) uses the Museum's collections and expertise to promote connections to the diverse communities of the Chicago area through extensive outreach efforts and other programs.
The Field Museum of Natural History is located in Chicago's Lake Shore Campus, less than five miles away from the UIC campus.
www.uic.edu /depts/anth/uicfield.html   (533 words)

 The Field Museum
The mission of the Field Museum is the accumulation and dissemination of knowledge, and the preservation and exhibition of objects illustrating art, archaeology, science, and history.
Then in 1905, the museum went through another name change, Field Museum of Natural History, in honor of the museum's major benefactor, Marshall Field.
Two-name changes later, the museum moved to its present home in the Chicago Park District near downtown, part of the lakefront museum campus, along side the popular John G. Shedd Aquarium and the Adler Planetarium.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/art_museums/36798   (486 words)

 Aviation Museum: Kelly Field Heritage Museum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
My mother worked at Kelly Field in the mid to late 40's and had a yearbook from there with her picture in it.
I was stationed at Kelly Field from December 1940 to January 1942.
Major General Charles Metcalf (Rtd) the present Director of the AF Museum, is the spearhead for this effort.
www.aero-web.org /museums/tx/kfhm.htm   (739 words)

 March Field Air Museum - LetsGoSeeIt.com
There is a large variety of items on display in the main hanger of the March Field Museum.
These range from historic photographs and artifacts spanning the entire time that March Field was in operation, to various types of electronic equipment, training simulators, and jet engines.
The March Field Museum is located at 3649 Mission Inn Avenue, in Riverside.
www.letsgoseeit.com /index/county/rvr/riverside/loc02/march.htm   (196 words)

 Wi-Fi System at The Field Museum @ Mobility Today
"The technology team at The Field Museum has once again recognized an opportunity to use technology as a means to further the Museum's mission of education, "said Peter Pond, Member of the Board of Trustees of The Field Museum.
Chicago's Field Museum is one of the world's great museums of science, environment, and culture, as well as a being dedicated to public learning and scholarly research.
Above all, The Field Museum is an unforgettable experience for visitors of all ages.
mobilitytoday.com /news.php?n=004026&p=iPAQ_wireless_Field_Museum   (564 words)

 The Field Museum - Grainger Hall of Gems   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Chicago, IL The Field Museum of Natural History is one of the leading natural history museums in the United States.
On January 14, 1998, The Field Museum and International Contractors, Inc. retained band, Inc. to provide fiber optic lighting design and consulting services to both the museum and its renovation design architects, DLK Architects of Chicago, Illinois.
What Band soon discovered, however, was that the museum's original as-built drawings had neither been verified in the field, nor, updated in 14 years.
bandinc.net /pages/field.htm   (269 words)

 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP :: SOM-Designed Addition to the Field Museum Unveiled Today   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
CHICAGO, June 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The Field Museum will unveil a new entry pavilion and a significant underground addition at a grand opening ceremony today at the famed Chicago institution, said the designers of the project, architecture firm Skidmore Owings and Merrill LLP (SOM).
The new 5,700 square foot East entry will give the museum an entry at ground level and improve access and the "sense of arrival" for the disabled, school groups and other visitors.
The project also includes the construction beneath the museum of a two-level 200,000 square foot center for the collections and research department.
sev.prnewswire.com /construction-building/20050606/CGM05906062005-1.html   (512 words)

 Keynote at The Field Museum
This paper is the keynote address given at the Web–Wise 2004 Conference on Wednesday, 3 March 2004 in Chicago at The Field Museum.
As museums and libraries, we hold the public trust for the future and you, as the future of museums and libraries, hold the key to our continued success.
John McCarter is president and chief executive officer of the Field Museum in Chicago.
www.firstmonday.org /issues/issue9_5/mccarter/index.html   (1620 words)

 Moffett Field Historical Society
The Moffett Field Historical Society was founded in May of 1993, as the result of the community "Hail and Farewell" for the Navy as Moffett Field was closing.
The Museum, managed and staffed by volunteers, was initially located inside Hangar One, which was built to house the dirigible USS Macon in 1934.
The Moffett Field Historical Society and Museum operates solely on volunteer effort and is funded entirely by membership subscriptions and donations received from organizations and individuals.
www.moffettfieldmuseum.org   (838 words)

 March Field Museum, March Field Air Museum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The museum is often available to co-host special events for private parties, click here for more information.
March Field Air Museum, and the P-38 National Museum are adjacent to the March Air Reserve Base, Riverside, California.
The P-38 Museum is operated by the P-38 National Association and is normally open only on weekends.
www.marchfield.org   (433 words)

 The Field Museum, Chicago museum-sightseeing from Chicago Traveler
The Field Museum is located at Chicago's Museum Campus.
The Field Museum was founded to house the biological and anthropological collections assembled for the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893.
The collections form the foundation of the Museum's exhibition, research and education programs, which are further informed by a world-class natural history library of more than 250,000 volumes.
www.chicagotraveler.com /attractions/the-field-museum.html   (259 words)

Please note that work on our type collection is not completed; information on type status and type holdings for the above families is not yet fully available.
Please note that this database - like most other such museum systems - is not static.
New material is being added, specimens are re-identified by specialists, taxonomic or geographic information is upgraded, material is being used or modified during various research projects (such as histological or molecular preparations).
fm1.fieldmuseum.org /collections/search.cgi?dest=inverts   (495 words)

 Guide to Chicago's Field Museum for Chicago Visitors from Chicago Traveler
In 1921 the Museum moved from its original location in Jackson Park to its present site on Chicago Park District property near downtown where it is part of a lakefront Museum Campus that includes the John G. Shedd Aquarium and the Adler Planetarium.
These free hour-long tours are run by Field Museum volunteers and cover what they consider to be the best spots in the museum.
Along with their impressive array of permanent exhibits, the Field Museum is constantly introducing new temporary exhibits.
www.chicagotraveler.com /guide-to-chicago-field-museum.htm   (1388 words)

 Aviation Museum: March Field Air Museum
The museum was fit for stars and stripes and all the years of aviation splendor.
This is the March Field Museum.It is definetly a must for any aviation buff in the SD-LA area.
It has a number of important and interesting aircraft like 2 Thunderchiefs 4 migs, and it huge B-52 the tail of which is one of the first things you notice as you approach the Museum.
www.aero-web.org /museums/ca/mfm.htm   (440 words)

 The Field Museum - Chicago, IL, 60605 - Citysearch
The Field Museum has made a name for itself with media splashes like the Tyrannosaurus rex (aka "Sue") exhibit as well as mainstays like the permanent Underground Adventure exhibit, where visitors can walk through a large-scale underground ecosystem for an up-close look at the world that exists below the Earth's surface.
The museum on the whole is awesome, but don't waste your money on King Tut.
Between the museum of natural history, art museums and children's museums, you’re sure to find an attraction to entertain your curiosity.
www.citysearch.com /profile/3649868   (609 words)

 The Field Museum
The Field Museum is one of the world’s largest natural history museums with over 620 staff members and 600 volunteers.
We are looking for individuals with all backgrounds and majors with a desire to work in a museum setting.
Although these positions may not be available in 2005, they will give you a general overview of the types of positions that The Field Museum offers.
www.depauw.edu /admin/career/field_museum.asp   (254 words)

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