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Girl Scouts earn badges for science at HMNS
April 13, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

by James Talmage, Scout Programs After more than a year of hard work, Girl Scouts Heidi Tamm, Zoe Kass, Meredith Lytle and her sister Angela Lytle completed the entire Scouts@HMNS Careers in Science instructional series, earning each scout a total of seven badges. Careers in Science is the Scouts@HMNS series of classes for Girl Scouts that aims to […]

Get your wings with Your Community and Heritage, a new Eagle-required badge available this summer!
April 19, 2013 · Be The First To Comment

After the rip-roaring success of our Spring Break series, we’re offering Summer Scouts a new Eagle-required badge as one half of a week-long class: Your Community and Heritage. In just one five-day course, Scouts will have the opportunity to earn both the Citizenship in the Community badge and the American Heritage badge. Citizenship in the […]

Weird (Careers in) Science: Scientific Illustrator Julius Csotonyi finds inspiration in his own backyard
June 6, 2012 · Be The First To Comment

It’s time for another installment of Weird (Careers in) Science! Today, we’d like to introduce you to a life-long artist who found a way to pair his interest in art with a fascination with all things scientific. How? Let’s find out. Meet Julius T. Csotonyi. With degrees in biology, microbiology and ecology, Csotonyi found his […]

Weird (Careers in) Science: Meet Keith Strasser — scientific sculptor extraordinaire
May 23, 2012 · Be The First To Comment

Here at Beyond Bones, we’re launching a new segment to spotlight the sort of science careers you might not think to think of. Most people know what a curator does, but what about careers in cast-making, the transport of artifacts or scientifically accurate sculpture? We’ll introduce you to at least one of those professionals today. […]



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