Idaho STEM Pipeline - Science.Technology.Engineering.Mathematics
Idaho Museum of Natural History (IMNH)

IMNH nurtures appreciation for Idaho's natural and cultural heritage. The official state museum of natural history, IMNH acquires, preserves, studies, interprets, and displays natural and cultural objects for the community, visitors, students, and scholars. IMNH’s multidisciplinary programs emphasize experiential, inquiry-based, STEM learning.


Category:
Organization
Location:
Pocatello - Located on Idaho State University (ISU) main campus. Museum hours are 12:30-5pm Wed-Fri, and 10am-5pm on Sat. Closed Sun-Tues.
Target Audiences:
K-5th Grade, 6-8th Grade, 9-12th Grade, Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, targeted specifically for female participants, Underrepresented Minorities, Targeted specifically for Low-Income and/or First-Generation College Students , Targeted specifically for Persons with Disabilities, Community oriented or invited to participate
This is an ongoing event

Cost to Attend:
Admission is free; donations are welcome.

Contact Information
Dr. Herbert Maschner, Director
  
921 S. 8th Avenue, Stop 8096

Pocatello, ID 83209-8096

Phone:
(208) 282-5417
maschner@isu.edu

http://imnh.isu.edu/