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Biologist’s Apprentice

Sunday, June 2, 2019
3:30 pm - 4:45 pm

Did you know that a maple tree and a tuna are related? If you go back far enough, all living things have a common ancestor. To keep track of the two million known species, scientists came up with a system of classification, known as taxonomy. Join biologist Colleen Evans, Staten Island Museum’s Director of Natural Science, to examine insect samples, create a species family tree, and learn how scientists use these methods to analyze ecosystems and stop the spread of disease.

A student-only program for kids currently enrolled in grades 5-8. Parents/Guardians should drop off their children for this event.

Supported by the Bezos Family Foundation.

Participants

Colleen EvansBiologist

Colleen R. Evans is the Staten Island Museum’s Director of Natural Sciences. A biologist who specializes in museum collections, Evans also brings a wide knowledge of arthropods and science education to her post. She earned her BS and MS in Biology at the University of North Texas.

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