Director of Koshland Science Museum Selected for Prestigious Fellowship Program

March 26, 2009Washington, DC – Patrice Legro, director of the Marian Koshland Science Museum, has been named a 2009-2010 Noyce Leadership Fellow. The fellowships, sponsored by the Noyce Foundation’s Leadership Institute, are designed to assist chief executives in science centers and related institutions “…. move forward with greater effectiveness and public impact in the 21st century.”

Media Alert

February 9, 2009 Washington, DC –FOX 5's Holly Morris visited the Koshland Science Museum February 9, 2009 to take a look at some of our interesting exhibits and activities. Interviewing Dr. Erika Shugart and Dr. Sapna Batish, Holly learned about our exhibits and some of the hands-on-science activities we offer at the museum. Take a look at the segments from this morning.

Koshland Science Museum Announces Winter Program Lineup

December 31, 2008WASHINGTON – Beginning in January, The Marian Koshland Science Museum is offering “The Dish,” an array of public programs that provides participants a sociable way to engage in current scientific topics. In addition, the museum will host a special educators forum in February. The schedule of events follows. Please note: events will take place at the Koshland Science Museum unless otherwise noted.

Koshland Science Museum Celebrates Global Entrepreneurship Week with Nov. 19 Event

October 30, 2008Washington, DC –The Marian Koshland Science Museum has joined hundreds of partners around the world to celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week Nov. 17 – 23, designed to inspire innovation, creativity, and imagination among young people in more than 75 countries. As part of that effort, on Wednesday, Nov. 19, the Koshland will host an Innovation Tournament open to all would-be entrepreneurs and display results of the museum’s team in Stanford University’s Global Innovation Tournament, a worldwide competition.

Koshland Science Museum's Online Interactive Sheds New Light on World Trends

October 15, 2008Washington, DC –The Marian Koshland Science Museum has launched an online, interactive exhibit that reveals fascinating stories about the world by allowing people to view changes in energy use around the world. The display, “Lights at Night,” provides a navigable, astronaut’s-eye view of the Earth at night using satellite data that spans a decade.


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