Sarah George, executive director, joined the Utah Museum of Natural History in 1992. Drawing upon her vast experience as a scientist and with museums, George has guided the efforts of the staff and board the last 17 years through times of significant challenges, growth and change.
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Currently, Becky Menlove has the most enviable, yet most daunting job....directing the comprehensive process to conceptualize, develop, and design all of the new exhibits for the new 160,000 square-foot Utah Museum of Natural History, set to open in 2011.
Michelle Knoll brings more than 23 years of varied experience to her job as the assistant curator of archaeology. In addition to managing some of the daily operations of the anthropology department, Knoll coordinates the Museum's Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA)...
Duncan Metcalfe began his professional career at the University of Utah 24 years ago. He is the chief curator and curator of archaeology for the Museum, an associate professor in the Department of Anthropology, as well as the Scientific Director of the Range Creek Research Project.
Areas of Expertise:
- Insect Collection Care of more than 200,000 Specimens
- Utah and Regional Insect Identification
- Nature Experiential Education
- Live Arthropods Care
- Collections Move to the Rio Tinto Center...