November 17th, 2011
Uploading a new picture of Frankenmoose, thanks to my friend and fellow Academy volunteer/employee, Erica Lucy. I saw Erica’s series titled "Creature Fear," and was happy to recognize the furry faces of animals in the Academy’s dioramas. I’m excited to add the work of such a talented photographer to my thesis, even if it is only a photo or two. I might just have to make room for more! 
Keep questioning,Sara 

Uploading a new picture of Frankenmoose, thanks to my friend and fellow Academy volunteer/employee, Erica Lucy. I saw Erica’s series titled "Creature Fear," and was happy to recognize the furry faces of animals in the Academy’s dioramas. I’m excited to add the work of such a talented photographer to my thesis, even if it is only a photo or two. I might just have to make room for more! 

Keep questioning,
Sara 

August 10th, 2011
discoverynews:

sciencecenter:

The Australian Peacock Spider. Its mating rituals are just as bizarre as its appearance.

Fabulous video. Watch this.

I was never one for bugs… but now that I’ve been spending many of my waking hours at the Academy, I’ve developed a thicker skin and even a bit of a fondness for them. Good timing, since the Academy’s highly-anticipated Bug Fest is this weekend!
As I was gathering supplies for the activities I created for next week’s camp theme: Ancient Animals, I was amid the hustle and bustle of the education department’s Bug Fest preparations. It’s a crazy-huge event at the Academy, with a TON of fun events for science-lovers of all ages, including insect cuisine. I may or may not have tried my first chocolate chirp cookie… you don’t even want to know.
Keep questioning,Sara 

discoverynews:

sciencecenter:

The Australian Peacock Spider. Its mating rituals are just as bizarre as its appearance.

Fabulous video. Watch this.

I was never one for bugs… but now that I’ve been spending many of my waking hours at the Academy, I’ve developed a thicker skin and even a bit of a fondness for them. Good timing, since the Academy’s highly-anticipated Bug Fest is this weekend!

As I was gathering supplies for the activities I created for next week’s camp theme: Ancient Animals, I was amid the hustle and bustle of the education department’s Bug Fest preparations. It’s a crazy-huge event at the Academy, with a TON of fun events for science-lovers of all ages, including insect cuisine. I may or may not have tried my first chocolate chirp cookie… you don’t even want to know.

Keep questioning,
Sara 

August 8th, 2011
world-shaker:

30 Free Creative Commons Photos for Educators
(via Creative Commons - a set on Flickr)

Filed under: things I need to remember in the future.
Keep questioning,Sara 

world-shaker:

30 Free Creative Commons Photos for Educators

(via Creative Commons - a set on Flickr)

Filed under: things I need to remember in the future.

Keep questioning,
Sara 

(via world-shaker-deactivated2013092)