Highlighting the SDSU Museum of Biodiversity

The SDSU Museum of Biodiversity was on public display today, as part of the Explore SDSU Open House.   A large number of kids, students and interested adults were able to learn about and experience our arthropod, herp, bird & mammal collections.  These collections (including plants) are a foundation for many excellent hands-on SDSU organismal courses, and support undergraduate and graduate research projects.


Many thanks to Dr. Kevin Burns, and student volunteers Andy, Dave, Kristen, Erik, Andre & Katrina!!

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University Professor, teaching college students about biological diversity & evolution, conducting original research in the realm of arachnid systematics
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1 Response to Highlighting the SDSU Museum of Biodiversity

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