World Explorations Lectures
A monthly lecture series designed to introduce you to local travelers and professors. Come hear about their journeys to faraway or nearby places, giving us insights into other cultures and human endeavors around the world. We now meet in the comfort of the Museum’s new location on select Sundays from 4:00 -5:00 pm
Building a Space Exhibit: The Inside Story
Learn about the exciting adventures of Museum Studies Students as they researched, designed, and installed the museum's newest exhibition, Infinity and Beyond: Humanity's Quest to Explore Space. Get the inside story on the art and science of creating an exhibit.
Exploring the World through Social Enterprise: Always a Guest, Never a Tourist
CSU, Chico Professor Curtis DeBurg will discuss the success of Students for the Advancement of Global leadership (SAGE). The vision of SAGE is to partner teenagers with university students in entrepreneurial endeavers meant to make the world a better place. DeBurg founded SAGE at CSU, Chico in 2002 - since then it has spread to 21 different countries and around the United States.
**Please Note that beginning on April 7th the lecture series will take place at the Chico Women's Club located at 592 E. 3rd Street in downtown Chico.
Why Are Graphics So Powerful?
Dr. Neil Schwartz, CSU, Chico Professor of Psychology, will present his finding on the power of graphics used for business, litigation, and education.
Naked Eye Astronomy: From Ancient Times to Now
Join us for an afternoon conversation about the amazing sights anyone can enjoy in the night sky. Local author and amateur astronomer, Jay Fuller, will take us from Neolithic conceptions of the sky to landing the Curiosity rover on Mars. Come along on the celestial journey.
Tuesday - Saturday
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Note: The Museum of Anthropology is completely wheelchair accessible.
The museum is located in the Meriam Library complex, next to the Janet Turner Museum
Museum of Anthropology
CSU, Chico 95929-0400