Member Spotlight:

William

William Elliston Curator of Education / Prospect Park Zoo Wildlife Conservation Society

Bill is an experienced science educator and team leader, having worked at many leading education organizations including the Brooklyn Children's Museum, the ECHO Lake Aquarium & Science Center, and the American Museum of Natural History. His early experiences growing up in the Ohio countryside fostered an enduring connection to ecology, conservation, and the natural world. 
 
Bill has developed curriculum for fieldwork and classroom learning, conducted multiple research and evaluation projects for science-education institutions, has a background in general interpretation, strategic planning, and successfully managed multiple teams of educators to inspire a love of science and commitment to stewardship in people of all ages.Currently, Bill works as the Curator of the Education Dpt at the Wildlife Conservation Society's Prospect Park Zoo.

 

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Museums and International Understanding Peer Group

Where: Museum of the Chinese in America
215 Centre St
NY, NY

When:6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Workshop Organizer: Museums and International Understanding Peer Group

RSVP: Rebecca Armstrong
Join us for a site visit to MOCA, where we will explore the new exhibition “Chinese Medicine in America: Converging Ideas, People, and Practices” on its opening day! We will consider best practices for museums in regards to international understanding within exhibition design, interpretation, and education, and discuss how our site visit informs our opinions on these issues. 

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