The members of the Carnegie Discoverers share a passion for discovery and adventure and are enthusiastic supporters of Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
Founded in 2006 by Dr. Richard Moriarty, the principal purpose of the Carnegie Discoverers is to assist and support Carnegie Museum of Natural History in promoting its scientific, educational, and cultural missions and in the development of new and larger audiences for the institution.
Through a number of special events each year, Carnegie Discoverers explore and learn about many amazing facets of natural history. These opportunities afford our members a unique relationship with, and a keener appreciation of, Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
Serina Brady, MSc2, Collection Manager, Ornithology, Carnegie Museum of Natural History Considered one of the largest ornithological collections in the United States, the Section of Birds houses over 190,000 specimens […]
Mariana P. Marques,MS, Collection Manager, Section of Amphibians and Reptiles, Carnegie Museum of Natural History Rising to 8,166 feet above sea level, Serra da Neve is an isolated mountain surrounded […]
Deirdre M. Smith, Teaching Assistant Professor of Museum Studies, University of Pittsburgh; Assistant Curator, Carnegie Museum of Natural History In 1973, the "M. Graham Netting Animal Portraiture Collection" was established […]