A separate dated and timed ticket required for EACH temporary exhibition AND General Admission.
Kathryn Reusch is a conservation technician at the Museum. She is also an affiliate faculty member at Metropolitan State University of Denver, where she teaches biological anthropology classes for the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Kathryn is currently working to conserve objects from the American ethnology collection for an Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) grant. She is also working to stabilize waterlogged Pleistocene conifer cones excavated during the Snowmastodon Project near Snowmass, Colorado, so they can be handled and studied by the Department of Earth Sciences curators and visiting scholars.
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