Center for Lifelong Science Learning
The Center for Lifelong Science Learning at Carnegie Museum of Natural History studies the processes of informal science learning in settings outside the classroom, such as museums and community organizations. This research is catalyzing changes in our museum, including more immersive experiences, exciting hands-on interactions, and expanded access to collections for museum visitors.
Curators and Staff
Through the Center for Lifelong Science Learning, Carnegie Museum of Natural History is harnessing the power of museum visits to encourage people of all ages to develop basic scientific skills such as observation, questioning, and looking for evidence. Visit the Curators and Staff page to meet the staff who are developing programming for the 21st-century museum.
Projects and Partners
Our collaborative projects focus on combining the resources of local and national leaders in science learning. Visit the Projects and Partners page to learn more about our steps toward an innovative future.