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  • Title: Home :: Florida Museum of Natural History
    Descriptive info: .. Skip Main Navigation.. HOME.. ABOUT US.. Overview.. Our Locations.. Mission Impact.. Departments.. Brief History.. Green Team.. Code of Ethics.. Copyright Notice.. People.. General Phone Numbers.. Full Staff Directory.. Research Staff Directory.. Graduate Student Directory.. Mailing Addresses.. Museum News.. Press Room.. Publications.. PLAN A VISIT.. The Basics.. Hours, Directions, Parking.. Admission Tickets.. Helpful Information.. Calendar of Events.. Group Visits.. General Information.. Community Groups.. School Groups.. Make a Reservation.. Shopping.. Gift Shops.. Butterfly Plant Sales.. EVENTS.. For All Ages.. Programs Brochure.. Kids Camps Scouts.. School Holiday Camps.. Summer Camps.. Scout Programs.. Birthday Parties.. Celebrate Your Birthday Here.. Frequently Asked Questions.. Reserve Your Party.. Private Event Rentals.. Host Your Event With Us.. Rental Options.. Pricing.. Approved Caterers.. Make an Inquiry.. Travel Program.. Upcoming Expeditions.. EXHIBITS.. Limited Time Only.. Peanuts.. Naturally.. Water Solutions.. Dugout Canoes.. Spineless Portraits.. What's Coming Soon.. Always on Display.. Butterfly Rainforest.. Butterfly Indoor Exhibits.. Discovery Room.. Explore Research.. Florida Fossils.. Library of Life.. Northwest Florida.. Our Energy Future.. South Florida.. Explore Outside.. Fossil Plant Garden.. Natural Area Walking Trails.. Wildflower Butterfly Garden.. Lease Our Exhibits.. Ft.. Mose.. Megalodon.. EDUCATORS.. School Group Options.. Guided Programs.. Self-Guided Visits.. Homeschool Days.. Policies Guidelines.. Inquiry Boxes Outreach.. Program Overview.. Butterflies Moths.. Reptiles Amphibians.. Florida's Seminole People.. N.. Fla.. Early Native People.. S.. Resources.. Student/Teacher Guide.. Exhibit Guides.. MESS Early Childhood.. Project Butterfly WINGS.. Discover Science.. Teacher Programs.. Upcoming Events.. About Us.. Center for Science Learning.. Staff.. COLLECTIONS.. Archaeology.. Caribbean.. Ceramics Lab.. Environmental.. Florida.. Historical.. Latin American.. Ethnography.. North American.. Genetics.. Molecular Systematics.. Evolutionary Genetics Lab.. Genetic Resources Repository.. Natural Sciences.. Birds.. Fishes Sharks.. Mammals.. Invertebrates.. Plants/Herbarium.. Paleontology.. Invertebrate Fossils.. Plants Pollen Fossils.. Vertebrate Fossils.. General..  ...   Support Us.. Ways to Give.. Butterfly Connection.. Monarch Society.. The Florida Museum honors veterans and active military and their families with FREE admission to the Peanuts…Naturally and Butterfly Rainforest exhibits Nov.. 11-12! Veteran’s Day recognition events Nov.. 9-12 includes special presentations, a re-created WWI balloon corps encampment, and more!.. Peanuts… Naturally is open through Jan.. 2! Take a light-hearted look at the natural world through Peanuts comic strips, videos, objects and interactive stations.. Water: Discovering and Sharing Solutions is open through Jan.. 2.. This interactive exhibit explains how UF is solving global challenges involving water, invasive species and food production.. Florida Museum family members collaborate to publish ichthyologist’s life’s work on cusk-eels.. See the most orange and black butterflies ever displayed in the Rainforest exhibit, and new releases at 2 p.. m.. daily through Nov.. 14.. Researchers discover earliest use of Mexican turkeys by ancient Maya.. New ancient camels named from Panama Canal excavation.. Lepidopterist discovers new endemic moth species in disturbed habitats of Hawaii.. More:.. |.. Research.. Collections.. Events.. Calendar.. Butterfly.. Releases.. Plant.. Sales.. Programs.. Brochure.. Bat.. Cams.. Inspiring people to care about life on Earth.. Hours: Mon-Sat 10 a.. -5 p.. | Sun 1-5 p.. Tel: 352-846-2000 |.. Plan a Visit.. Florida Museum of Natural History.. University of Florida Cultural Plaza.. 3215 Hull Road.. Gainesville, FL 32611-2710.. N29.. o.. 38' 9.. 5" W82.. 22' 10.. 9".. Map.. Facility Addresses.. Staff Directory.. Connect.. with us:.. Sign up for.. our eNews:.. Florida Museum of Natural History • Gainesville, FL 32611• 352-846-2000 (Exhibits) or 352-392-1721 (Collections).. This page uses.. Google Analytics.. Google Privacy Policy.. UF Privacy Policy.. Contact the Webmaster.. Copyright.. Log In..

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  • Title: About Us :: Florida Museum of Natural History
    Descriptive info: Mission & Impact.. A Message from the Director.. Douglas S.. Jones.. Welcome to Florida's official state natural history museum and one of the nation’s largest and fastest-growing natural history museums.. As you'll see by visiting our website, the Florida Museum is primarily located on the.. University of Florida.. campus in Gainesville with.. research sites.. throughout the state.. But the Museum is more than facilities and a.. repository for millions of specimens and artifacts.. Our.. faculty, staff, part-time employees.. and.. volunteers.. are passionately committed to learning and communicating to others the.. fascination we share for our natural and cultural worlds.. Museum researchers.. investigate bird extinctions on Pacific islands.. , excavate shell  ...   and.. explore the genetic codes relating families of tropical orchids.. Their findings are shared through scholarly publications,.. university courses.. public lectures.. museum exhibits.. K-12 education programs.. Our geographic emphasis focuses on Florida, the Caribbean Basin and Latin America.. However, since its beginning in 1891 the Florida Museum has evolved into a world-class institution.. committed to inspiring people to value the biological richness and cultural heritage of our diverse world and make a positive difference in its future.. I invite you to share in this exciting mission by.. visiting the Museum.. becoming a member.. of our Florida Museum Associates.. Enjoy the rest of your virtual visit!.. Facebook.. Twitter.. Pinterest.. You Tube..

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  • Title: Our Locations :: Florida Museum of Natural History
    Descriptive info: Museum Locations.. The Museum occupies three principal facilities on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville and the Randell Research Center in southwest Florida:.. View.. Florida Museum of Natural History - Locations.. in a larger map.. Powell Hall.. Powell Hall is the Museum’s main Education and Exhibition Center.. Open to the public continuously since January 1998, this facility houses exhibits and public education programs.. It is located between the Samuel P.. Harn Museum of Art and the Curtis M.. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in the UF Cultural Plaza at 3215 Hull Road, just east of Southwest 34th Street on the western edge of the University of Florida campus.. Visitors to Powell Hall will encounter exciting temporary exhibits and signature permanent exhibition halls that explore the state’s unique habitats and rich cultural history.. Powell Hall visitation information.. McGuire Hall.. McGuire Hall is the Museum’s newest addition, a 35,000-square-foot facility housing the.. McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity..  ...   can explore the “Wall of Wings,” which reaches nearly three stories high and 200 feet long, and contains more than 13,000 images and actual Lepidoptera specimens, information panels, videos and maps.. The center also features the 6,400-square-foot.. permanent exhibit, a screened enclosure of lush tropical trees and plants with waterfalls and a walking trail that supports hundreds of living butterflies and moths from all corners of the globe.. Dickinson Hall.. Dickinson Hall, home to the Museum since the early 1970s, houses most of the collections and research activities as well as the University of Florida Herbarium.. Dickinson Hall is visited primarily by scientists and university students engaged in collections-based natural history research involving the Museum’s extensive neontological, paleontological and anthropological/archaeological holdings.. This building is not open to the public.. Dickinson Hall visitation information.. The Museum also manages the 60-acre Randell Research Center, an internationally significant archaeological site on Pine Island near Fort Myers.. Randell Research Center visitation information..

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  • Title: Mission & Impact :: Florida Museum of Natural History
    Descriptive info: Our Mission.. Understanding, preserving and interpreting biological diversity and cultural heritage to ensure their survival for future generations.. Our Impact.. Inspiring people to value the biological richness and cultural heritage of our diverse world and make a positive difference in its future.. Enabling Legislation.. The role of the Florida Museum of Natural History as the official natural history museum for the State of Florida is defined by Florida Statute §1004.. 56 which states:.. The functions of the Florida Museum of Natural History, located at the University of Florida, are to make scientific investigations toward the sustained development of natural resources and a greater appreciation of human cultural heritage, including, but not limited to, biological surveys, ecological studies, environmental impact assessments, in-depth archaeological research, and ethnological analyses, and to collect and maintain a depository of biological, archaeological, and ethnographic specimens and materials in sufficient numbers and quantities to provide within the state and region a base for research on the variety, evolution, and conservation of wild species; the composition, distribution, importance, and functioning of natural ecosystems; and the distribution of prehistoric and historic archaeological sites and an understanding of the aboriginal and early European cultures that occupied them.. State institutions, departments, and agencies may deposit type collections from archaeological sites in the museum, and it shall be the duty of each state institution,  ...   researchers.. The biological, archaeological, and ethnographic collections shall belong to the state with the title vested in the Florida Museum of Natural History, except as provided in s.. 267.. 12(3).. In collecting or otherwise acquiring these collections, the museum shall comply with pertinent state wildlife, archaeological, and agricultural laws and rules.. However, all collecting, quarantine, and accreditation permits issued by other institutions, departments, and agencies shall be granted routinely for said museum research study or collecting effort on state lands or within state jurisdiction which does not pose a significant threat to the survival of endangered wild species, habitats, or ecosystems.. In addition, the museum shall develop exhibitions and conduct programs which illustrate, interpret, and explain the natural history of the state and region and shall maintain a library of publications pertaining to the work as herein provided.. The exhibitions, collections, and library of the museum shall be open, free to the public, under suitable rules to be promulgated by the director of the museum and approved by the University of Florida.. Other statutes, FS §1004.. 57, 1004.. 575, 1004.. 576, establish the Program of Vertebrate Paleontology within the Florida Museum of Natural History to protect and preserve vertebrate fossils on state lands, and provide for the museum to regulate the collection of those fossils by issuing permits for collecting on state lands..

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  • Title: Departments :: Florida Museum of Natural History
    Descriptive info: Museum Departments.. Director's Office.. Museum Director Douglas S.. Jones, Ph.. D.. , is chief executive officer, overseeing Museum planning and policy, exhibits and public programs, budgets, personnel, development and infrastructure in consultation with the Administrative Committee.. Administrative Committee members include the Associate Director for Operations; the Associate Director for Collections and Research and Natural History Department Chair; Assistant Directors in charge of Budget and Human Resources, Exhibits and Public Programs, Marketing and Public Relations and Museum Technology; the Directors of Development, the McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity and Center for Informal Science Education; and the Senior Museum Representative to the University of Florida Faculty Senate.. Includes:.. Office of Budget and Human Resources.. Office of Museum Technology.. The Director's Office and the offices of Budget and Human Resources and Museum Technology are located in Dickinson Hall.. The Museum director serves on the UF Administrative Council and reports to the provost as delegated by the president.. For external affairs, the director works with the President's Office and the Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs.. The director also works closely with the.. Florida Museum Associates Board.. , a fundraising and membership support group.. Exhibits and Public Programs.. The Museum's.. Education and Exhibition Center.. is located in the UF Cultural Plaza at Southwest 34th Street and Hull Road.. The facility houses the Exhibits and Public Programs administrative offices in addition to the.. and the Development, Marketing and Public Relations, Security and Visitor Services departments.. The Florida Museum's artisans, technicians and educators interpret Florida's rich environment and cultural diversity through  ...   history collections.. Faculty members are tenured in the Museum and teach courses and supervise students through eight UF academic departments.. The department's mission is to investigate and interpret human cultures and the natural world.. This includes documenting, preserving and interpreting a systematic record of biodiversity, past and present; educating students and others about the natural world; and sharing expertise, collections and information with colleagues, students and the public.. Although worldwide in scope, the collections emphasize Florida, the Southeast United States and the Caribbean, and form the basis for the Museum's exhibits and public programs.. In southwest Florida the department operates the.. at Pineland, a research and educational outreach program of the Museum.. Located on more than 50 acres in coastal Lee County, the site offers interpretive walking trails through Calusa archaeological features, public archaeology, a teaching classroom, bookstore, research facilities and more.. The Museum opened the.. in 2004.. Located in the UF Cultural Plaza, the center is the world's largest Lepidoptera research facility and houses one of the world's largest collections of butterflies and moths.. The center is devoted to collections-based research, public education and a living vivarium, the Butterfly Rainforest exhibit.. This 6,400-square-foot screened enclosure features waterfalls and a walking trail, and is landscaped with tropical trees and plants to support hundreds of living butterflies and moths from around the world.. Inside, visitors can explore other butterfly exhibits, including the "Wall of Wings," which reaches nearly three stories high and 200 feet long, and includes thousands of images and actual Lepidoptera specimens, information panels, videos and maps..

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  • Title: Brief History :: Florida Museum of Natural History
    Descriptive info: A Brief History of the Museum.. 1891.. The Florida Museum of Natural History (formerly known as the Florida State Museum) got its start when Frank Pickel, a professor of natural science at Florida Agriculture College in Lake City, purchased research collections of minerals, fossils and human anatomy models as aids in teaching biology and agricultural sciences.. The initial collections grew steadily with donations from other professors.. 1906.. When the Florida Agriculture College was abolished in 1905 the Museum became a part of the newly created University of Florida, and was moved to Gainesville in 1906.. The collections expanded in size and scope and were displayed for some time in a dormitory, Thomas Hall.. Recognizing the significance of the growing research collections and teaching exhibits, the university found a new home for the Museum in the basement of the sciences building, Flint Hall.. 1914.. Thompson H.. Van Hyning, director of the Iowa State Museum during the preceding 10 years, was appointed the Museum's first director and ran the Museum virtually unassisted for 29 years.. 1917.. Chapter 240.. 515 of the Florida Statutes was enacted which formally established the Florida State Museum at the University of Florida.. (The statutes were renumbered in 2000 so this statute is now FS §1004.. 56.. ).. 1939.. By the early 1930s, the Museum had acquired nearly half a million specimens and was running out of space.. The Museum's exhibits were moved and in 1939 opened to the public in the Seagle Building located in downtown Gainesville, where they remained for more than 30 years.. Most of the collections remained in Flint Hall where they would be available to the faculty and students of the Department of Biology, which was housed in the building at that time.. The collections continued to grow and space became so critical that by the mid-1960s all the zoological collections were transferred to the Seagle Building.. 1952.. Arnold Grobman became Museum director and hired the first full-time faculty to curate the collections and interpret them to the public.. 1953.. The Museum developed its first traveling exhibit — a panoramic survey of Florida history beginning with the state's earliest inhabitants.. 1961.. Joshua C.. "J.. C.. " Dickinson, Jr.. was appointed Museum director.. Under his leadership, Museum research and education experienced explosive growth, particularly in curatorial staff and in the vertebrate systematics collections.. The Seagle Building became increasingly cramped and the Museum again needed more space for the research collections and exhibits.. Dickinson spearheaded a drive for a new building.. 1968.. Construction began on a new Museum building on the University of Florida campus with a $1.. 1 million grant from the National Science Foundation and matching funds from private donors and state and local governments.. 1970.. Construction on the new building, Dickinson Hall, was completed in the fall, and the  ...   a shortage of space.. Construction of a new exhibit and public education facility, Powell Hall, began on Hull Road near Southwest 34th Street, approximately two miles west of Dickinson Hall.. The 55,000-square-foot building was made possible by a leadership gift of $3 million from two Florida alumni couples, Bob and Ann and Steve and Carol Powell of Fort Lauderdale, and matching funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the state of Florida.. Powell Hall joined the Samuel P.. Harn Museum of Art and Curtis M.. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts as the third component in the University of Florida Cultural Plaza on the western edge of campus.. 1996.. The Randell family gifted 53 acres of a 240-acre, internationally significant archaeological site on Pineland in Lee County to the University of Florida, which the Florida Museum operates as the Randell Research Center.. This research and education program is an extension of the Museum's Southwest Florida Project.. 1997.. With the departure of Bennett in 1996, Douglas S.. Jones became interim director of the Museum and was named permanent director in 1997.. Powell Hall was dedicated and opened briefly to the public that same year.. The vacated space in Dickinson Hall was retrofitted to relieve crowding due to continued collection growth.. The first phase of retrofitting was completed when the Herbarium moved from Rolf's Hall into Dickinson Hall.. A major capital campaign is underway to fund initiatives at both Dickinson and Powell halls.. 1998.. After a temporary closing near the end of 1997, the Museum re-opened to the public in January.. All of the exhibits and public education programs were relocated to Powell Hall where the permanent exhibits were installed in following years.. 2000.. A $4.. 2 million gift from William and Nadine McGuire of Wayzata, Minn.. , established the McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity.. This was one of the largest private gifts to foster research on insects and was matched by the state Alec Courtelis Facility Enhancement Challenge Grant Program.. 2004.. The McGuires later gave another $3 million to fund final construction of the center.. This $12 million facility for Lepidoptera research and public exhibits opened in August.. It houses one of the world's largest collections of butterflies and moths and features a 6,400-square-foot Butterfly Rainforest exhibit -- a screened, outdoor enclosure of lush tropical trees and plants with hundreds of living butterflies and moths from around the world, waterfalls and a walking trail.. Throughout its existence, the Florida Museum of Natural History has grown in size, quality and diversity.. The Museum remains clearly focused on its mandated functions to undertake scientific research, make collections, establish and maintain a repository, develop exhibitions and conduct interpretive programs to educate the public.. Read more about Florida Museum history -.. The Florida Museum at 100: Conversations with J.. Dickinson..

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  • Title: Green Team :: Florida Museum of Natural History
    Descriptive info: Florida Museum Green Team.. As an official University of Florida Green Team, this Museum group works closely with UF's.. Office of Sustainability.. to involve their departments, and members of the campus community, in achieving a more sustainable university.. The team supports the University's ongoing efforts to reduce unnecessary resource use and waste generation.. The Florida Museum Green Team's mission is to generate new ideas, offer feedback on existing campus programs and provide a mechanism for employees and friends of the Museum to share information and best practices.. Team members:.. Cathy Bester, Ichthyology; Tina Choe, Exhibits and Public Programs; Ann Cordell, Archaeology; Elecia Crumpton, Graphics; Sarah Fazenbaker, Office of Museum Technology; Mary Ferl, Budget and Human Resources; Jesse Grosso, Ichthyology; Andy Lievertz, Office of Museum Technology; Darcie MacMahon, Exhibits and Public Programs; Rob Robins, Ichthyology; and Griffin Sheehy, Directors Office.. Museum Green Initiatives.. Green Team member Rob Robins (bottom) campaigning for bicycling at a rally on the National Mall in Washington D.. Encourage staff use of alternative transportation to work.. Use "green" materials when developing new exhibits.. Design traveling exhibits that require as few trucks as possible.. Use more environmentally friendly paints with no.. volatile organic compounds.. Use recycled carpet for new and replacement installations.. Host Earth Day public programs to celebrate and highlight conservation.. Limit use of paper telephone directories.. Encourage recycling/reuse of packing materials.. Remind staff to turn off lights, monitors, printers and other equipment when not in use.. Add light switch decals to remind staff to reduce energy use.. Replace foam core signage with reusable signs.. Convert work  ...   during the Office of Sustainability's February 2011.. REstore Campus Cleanup.. Rooftop Solar Array.. The Museum's rooftop solar array.. The roof of the Florida Museum's McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity was selected as a campus demonstration site for an innovative solar array developed by Solyndra.. Installation of the 75 kilowatt-hour system was completed in May 2010, and it now contributes power to the Museum's electrical and cooling systems.. A renewable energy companion exhibit called.. includes real-time energy production data from the array.. University of Florida Campus Green Team Campaigns.. One Less Car Challenge.. - Using alternative transportation saves money and reduces your impact on the planet, whether it be walking, biking, taking a bus, or carpooling.. In the One Less Car challenge, students, staff and faculty join departmental teams and log their commutes and means of alternative transportation.. In 2009, the Museum team placed second out of 106 teams and logged 21,973 miles during the three-month challenge.. Think Before You Ink.. - As part of the University's cost-reduction efforts, professional communicators across campus are finding ways to reduce costs, consolidate messages and create a more sustainable marketing and publications environment.. The Museum is evaluating converting many of its paper brochures and newsletters to an online format and encouraging staff to reduce the amount of paper used in all areas of the Museum.. Learn more about other UF sustainability initiatives.. UF Green Guides.. A Gator's Guide to Sustainable Living.. How to Go Green During School.. No Car.. No Problem: How to get around Gainesville without a car.. Chomp Down on Energy..

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  • Title: Code of Ethics :: Florida Museum of Natural History
    Descriptive info: Introduction.. The Florida Museum of Natural History (FLMNH) derives its purpose, mission, and authority as the natural history museum for the State of Florida from Florida Statute § 1004.. 56, which formally established the institution in 1917 at the University of Florida.. Relevant portions are excerpted and summarized below:.. The FLMNH was created to:.. 1) ".. make scientific investigations toward the sustained development of natural resources and a greater appreciation of human cultural heritage, including, but not limited to, biological surveys, ecological studies, environmental impact assessments, in-depth archaeological research, and ethnological analyses.. ";.. 2) ".. collect and maintain a depository of biological, archaeological, and ethnographic specimens and materials in sufficient numbers and quantities to provide within the state and region a base for research on the variety, evolution, and conservation of wild species; the composition, distribution, importance, and functioning of natural ecosystems; and the distribution of prehistoric and historic archaeological sites and an understanding of the aboriginal and early European cultures that occupied them.. 3) serve as a repository for type and voucher specimens collected by persons from other institutions or from other state departments, agencies, or institutions as part of their normal research and monitoring duties as well as biological specimens and collections in their possession but not actively being curated or used in research or teaching;.. 4) "accept, preserve, maintain, or dispose of these specimens and materials in a manner which makes each collection and its accompanying data available for research and use by the staff of the museum and by cooperating institutions.. 5) comply with all pertinent wildlife, archaeological, and agricultural laws and regulations while making collections or acquiring specimens;.. 6) "In addition, the museum shall develop exhibitions and conduct programs which illustrate, interpret, and explain the natural history of the state and region and shall maintain a library of publications pertaining to the work as herein provided.. ".. Development of the Museum's Code.. Museum organizations, including the American Association of Museums (AAM) and the Southeastern Museums Conference (SEMC) to which FLMNH subscribes, have adopted Codes of Ethics.. Code of Ethics for Museums.. was adopted by the Board of Directors of the AAM on 12 November 1993, published by the AAM (l994), and revised (2000).. FLMNH has always adhered to those codes and continues to do so in principle.. In particular FLMNH subscribes to the AAM 2000 code.. In 1998, however, in view of its own particular mission and special experiences with ethical issues, the FLMNH adopted the following code of ethics.. The format of this code generally follows that of.. Museum Ethics.. published by the AAM (1994; revised 2000).. No single code can cover all of the issues facing a complex institution like the Florida Museum of Natural History with its extensive research collections, teaching functions, exhibits, public programs, school programs, publications, and other ancillary activities.. Thus, the most expeditious approach was to design a code that fits the special needs of this institution and was consistent with Florida law.. Governance.. The State of Florida holds the ultimate fiduciary responsibility for the FLMNH.. The FLMNH through the University of Florida (UF) is delegated the responsibility of the collections and collections records, physical plant, financial assets, and the staff.. The Florida Legislature has provided that the FLMNH serves as a unit of the University, provides for adequate financial protection for all FLMNH faculty, staff, and volunteers so that no one will incur inequitable financial sacrifice or legal liabilities arising from the performance of duties for the FLMNH.. Furthermore, the State of Florida, through the University of Florida, has especially strong obligations to provide the proper environment for the physical security, conservation, and preservation of the collections.. They collectively must develop and monitor the financial structure of the FLMNH so that it continues to exist, in perpetuity, as an institution of vitality and quality and to ensure that the FLMNH is responsive and represents the interests of society in general and especially the citizens of Florida.. The FLMNH follows the practices and procedures prescribed by the Florida Legislature and is obligated to abide by the regulations and procedures adopted by the Board of Trustees and UF, as well as the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Board of Trustees and United Faculty of Florida.. Such practices and procedures should protect and enhance the FLMNH's human resources so that faculty and staff maintain a relationship in which shared roles are recognized and separate responsibilities are respected and that working relationships among all FLMNH employees and volunteers are based on equity, mutual respect, and courtesy.. The director carries out the policies established by the UF, under the aegis of the Provost of the University as delegated by the President.. Section I - Management Policy.. A.. Professionalism.. Members of the FLMNH's administration must respect the professional expertise of the faculty and staff, each having been engaged because of a special knowledge or ability in some aspect of museum activity.. The management of the FLMNH must be structured so that the resolution of issues involving professional matters incorporates opinions and professional judgments of relevant members of the FLMNH staff.. Issues will normally be resolved by the FLMNH's Administrative Committee or at the next level, by the Director.. B.. Conflict of Interest.. FLMNH staff should never abuse their official positions or their contacts within the museum community, compete with the FLMNH, or bring discredit or embarrassment to the FLMNH or to their profession in any activity, museum-related or not.. They should be prepared to accept the restrictions that are necessary to maintain public confidence in museums, in the museum profession, and in the government of the State of Florida.. The terms and restrictions listed in this Code should be read and clearly understood by all faculty and staff (whether full-time or part-time), volunteers, interns, contractors, or vendors doing business with the FLMNH.. Acceptance of a position at FLMNH requires acceptance of this code.. As is stated in the AAM's.. Code.. , loyalty to the mission of the FLMNH and to the public it serves is the essence of museum work, whether volunteer or paid.. Where conflicts of interests arise, actual, potential, or perceived, loyalty must never be compromised.. No individual may use his or her position in the FLMNH for personal gain or to benefit another at the expense of the FLMNH, its mission, its reputation, and the society it serves.. For museums, public service is paramount.. C.. Personnel Practices and Equal Opportunity.. In all matters related to staffing practices, the standard should be ability in the relevant profession.. In these matters, as well as management practices, volunteer opportunities, collection usages, and relations with the public, decisions cannot be made on the basis of discriminatory factors such as race, creed, gender, age, or disability.. The FLMNH recognizes that diversity is a significant force within its own social fabric and in the community and should encourage employment opportunities and accessibility for all people.. D.. Intellectual Property Policy.. The Intellectual Property Policy is a University-level document and applies to all "University personnel.. " The policy is based on  ...   object that establishes its proper place and importance and without which the value of the object is diminished or lost to science.. The maintenance of this information in orderly and retrievable form is critical to the collection and is a central obligation of those charged with collection management, conservation, and curation.. The distinctive character of museum ethics is derived from the ownership, care, and use of specimens and artifacts representing the common heritage and wealth of the natural world.. This stewardship of collections encompasses the highest public trust and carries with it the presumption of rightful ownership, permanence, and documentation, conservation, accessibility, and responsible disposal or deaccession.. Therefore, in the areas of acquisition and disposal of museum objects, the museum must consider carefully the interests of the public for which it holds the collections in trust, a donor's (if one is relevant) intent in the broadest sense, the interests of the scientific community, both present and future, and the institution's own financial well-being.. Procedures must be established for the annual evaluation of the condition of the collections and for their general and special maintenance.. The physical care of the collections and their accessibility must be in keeping with professionally accepted standards.. Failing this, FLMNH governance and management are ethically obliged either to correct the deficiency or to dispose of the collections, preferably to another non-profit, educational institution.. Acquisition and Disposal.. Archaeological, ethnographic, or biological (including plants, animals, soils, etc.. ) objects will be acquired only when they have been collected, exported, possessed, and imported in full compliance with applicable international treaties, the laws and regulations of the country or countries of origin, of the Federal Government of the United States, and of the individual states within the United States.. The FLMNH will also refuse to acquire objects in any case where it has cause to believe that the circumstances of their collection involved the recent unscientific or intentional destruction of sites or monuments, or where state or federal laws or international treaties have been violated.. These standards also will be taken into account in determining whether to accept loans for exhibition or other purposes.. Reasonable efforts will be made to ensure that these conditions are met, that title to the object or objects may properly be transferred to the FLMNH, and that the FLMNH keeps up to date on the changing laws and regulations concerning object collecting, ownership, and movement across political boundaries.. The FLMNH will cooperate with authorities of the United States and other countries in legal action against those committing improprieties.. In an attempt to avoid encouraging, even indirectly, trade in illicit or irresponsibly recovered objects and specimens, the FLMNH will not authenticate any object whose acquisition does not meet the FLMNH's own criteria for acquisition.. In addition, if the FLMNH should inadvertently acquire an object or specimen that is later determined to have been exported or recovered in violation of the FLMNH's acquisition policy, the FLMNH will promptly return it to the owner or transfer it to the government of the country of origin, or to another appropriate recipient.. Objects in the collections should be retained permanently if they continue to be useful to the purposes and activities of the FLMNH; if they continue to contribute to the integrity of the collections; and if they can be properly stored, preserved, and used.. Upon the recommendation of the curator and collection manager, and approval of the director, objects may be disposed of by formal deaccessioning when the above conditions no longer exist, or if it is determined that such action would ultimately improve or refine the collections, upon compliance with all legal requirements.. Appraisals.. No member of the FLMNH staff shall, in his or her official capacity, give appraisals for the purpose of establishing the tax-deductible value of gifts or purchases offered to the FLMNH.. The U.. S.. Internal Revenue Service prohibits appraisals from a recipient institution that is directly involved in the transaction.. Only appraisals from disinterested third parties are accepted.. No member of the FLMNH staff knowingly shall appraise, identify, or otherwise authenticate natural history objects or cultural objects for other persons or agencies under circumstances that could encourage or benefit illegal, unethical, or irresponsible traffic in such objects.. Identification and authentication may be given for professional or educational purposes and in compliance with the legitimate requests of professional or governmental bodies or their agencies.. Where appropriate, the FLMNH will assist owners in finding a selection of qualified professionals who can provide appraisals, but will in no way influence their particular choice of appraisers.. Accessibility.. The public, in whose trust the collections are maintained, must have reasonable access to the collections on a nondiscriminatory basis.. A primary responsibility of the FLMNH is to safeguard its collections; therefore, it may regulate access to them.. Components of the collections may be set aside for the active scholarly pursuits by faculty and staff but normally only for the duration of an active research effort.. Also, components of the collections may be assigned to exhibits and public programs and be temporarily excluded from public access.. The judgment and recommendation of faculty and staff members regarding the use of the collections must be given utmost consideration.. In formulating their recommendations, staff must let their judgment be guided by two important objectives: (1) the continued physical integrity and safety of the specimen or collection, and (2) scholarly or educational purposes.. Truth in Presentation.. It is the responsibility of museum faculty, staff, students, volunteers, and visitors to use collections for the capture and dissemination of knowledge.. Every professional is obligated to exercise intellectual honesty and objectivity in the presentation of objects or specimens and related data.. The stated origin or provenance of the objects or specimens or attribution of work must reflect a thorough and honest investigation and must yield promptly to change with the advent of new facts, analyses, or discoveries.. At different times, the FLMNH may address a variety of social, political, artistic, or scientific issues.. Any of these can be appropriate if approached objectively and without prejudice.. Museum professionals must strive to ensure that exhibits are historically and scientifically honest and objective and make every effort to avoid perpetuating myths or stereotypes.. An exhibit must offer candor, tact, and an honest, meaningful, balanced, and accurate view of a subject.. When scientific matters approach subject areas such as ethnic and social history, the museum professional must be especially sensitive and demonstrate an analytical and critical concern.. Research and preparation of an exhibition will often lead professionals to develop a point of view or interpretive sense of the material.. They must clearly understand the point where sound professional judgment ends and personal bias begins and must be satisfied that the resulting presentation is the product of objective judgment and acknowledge the interpretive viewpoint.. In most instances the FLMNH's exhibition teams will refresh their perspectives by seeking consultation and criticism from professional colleagues at other leading institutions.. Approved April 27, 1998 | Revised Oct.. 3, 2006.. Download a copy of this Code of Ethics document..

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  • Title: Copyright Notice :: Florida Museum of Natural History
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  • Title: General Phone Numbers :: Florida Museum of Natural History
    Descriptive info: Education Exhibition Center (Powell Hall).. MAIN NUMBER/LOBBY.. 352-846-2000.. FAX.. 352-846-0253.. 352-273-2061.. Children's Classes.. Development Office.. 352-273-2086.. Facility Rentals.. 352-273-2045.. Gift Shop: Butterfly Rainforest.. 352-273-2060.. Gift Shop: Collectors Shop.. 352-273-2041.. Group Tours.. 352-273-2027.. Marketing/Public Relations.. 352-273-2054.. Membership.. 352-273-2047.. Photography.. 352-273-2038.. School Tours.. 352-273-2026.. Security.. 352-273-2040.. Tech Support.. 352-273-1914.. Volunteer Coordinator.. 352-273-2055.. McGuire Center for Lepidoptera  ...   Room.. 352-273-1998.. Microscopy and Image Analysis Lab.. 352-273-2002.. Scanning Electron Microscope Lab.. 352-273-1999.. Specimens Preparation Lab.. 352-273-1997.. Research Collections Center (Dickinson Hall).. 352-392-1721.. 352-846-0287.. Florida Program for Shark Research.. 352-392-2360.. Herbarium.. 352-273-1990.. Herpetology.. 352-273-1945.. Ichthyology.. 352-273-1957.. Invertebrate Paleontology.. 352-273-2108.. Malacology.. 352-273-1828.. 352-273-1970.. Molecular Systematics.. 352-273-1961.. Ornithology.. 352-273-1969.. Paleobotany.. 352-273-2109.. 352-273-1824.. Vertebrate Paleontology.. 352-273-1821.. 239-283-2062.. 239-283-2080..

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    Descriptive info: Florida Museum Staff Directory.. Search by Name.. Number of Records Returned: 662.. Last Name.. First Name.. Title.. Phone.. Facility.. Email Address.. Abbott.. Richard.. Ctsy Ast Scientist.. 273-1990.. jrabbott@botany.. edu.. Agarwal.. Arnav.. Sales Associate.. arnavuf@ufl.. Aleman.. Luis.. Volunteer ISAF.. luisivan@ufl.. Alldridge.. Karen.. Curatorial Assistant.. Allen.. Sarah.. Grad Student Paleobotany.. sa4393@ufl.. Amorelli.. Andrea.. Herbarium Technician.. andrea.. amorelli.. uf@gmail.. com.. Anderson.. Jon.. Front Desk.. 392-1721.. janderson@flmnh.. Maureen.. EPP Volunteer.. 273-2061.. none.. Arata.. Heather.. Lab Tech - Vivarium.. harata@flmnh.. Arruda.. Eliane.. Visiting Scientist.. 273-1829.. arrudaep@yahoo.. br.. Ascunce.. Marina.. Biological Scientist.. ascunce@flmnh.. Atwell.. Pamela.. P-Card Processor.. 352-273-1905.. atwellp@flmnh.. Auffenberg.. Kurt.. Operations Coordinator.. 273-2083.. kauffe@flmnh.. Auth.. David.. Volunteer Researcher.. McGuire Center.. Ayvaz.. Melissa.. Collections Assistant Archaeology.. 273-2102.. mayvaz@flmnh.. Badon.. Jade.. Grad Assistant - Lepidoptera.. Bahnsen.. Courtney.. STAS.. chammer@flmnh.. Baldwin.. Ian.. Student Intern.. 273-1791.. ibaldwin@flmnh.. Barber.. Jenny.. Specimen Preparator.. j.. barber@ufl.. Barszczak.. Lukasz.. Technical Research Asst.. 273-1996.. lbarszczak@flmnh.. Batun-Alpuche.. Adolfo Ivan.. Graduate Student.. batun@ufl.. Beaman.. John.. Ctsy Curator Herbarium.. beaman@ufl.. Reed.. Assoc.. Curator, Informatics.. 273-1980.. rbeaman@flmnh.. Bear.. Cindy.. Coordinator of Programs and Services.. 239-283-2157.. Randell Res.. Ctr.. clbear@ufl.. Behringer.. Dianne.. School Programs Coordinator.. 273-2036.. dbehringer@flmnh.. Belcoure.. Jessica.. Intern.. Bell.. Austin.. Research Assistant.. austinjbell@gmail.. Bemis.. Amanda.. Collection Asst.. 273-1828.. abemis@flmnh.. Berkow.. Ashley.. Collection Assistant.. a.. berkow@ufl.. Bester.. Cathleen.. Project Assistant, iDigBio.. 294-1949.. cbester@flmnh.. Bhattacharya.. Purnashree.. Programmer.. pbhattacharya@ufl.. Binjaku.. Xhulio.. xbinjaku@ufl.. Blahnik.. Lacey.. Ticketing Associate.. 273-2043.. lblahnik@flmnh.. Michael.. Security Guard.. 273-2040.. mblahnik@flmnh.. Blanchard.. Jane.. 273-2072.. Orland.. Ctsy Curator.. Blessing.. Meggan.. Environmental Archaeology Graduate Student.. 273-1928.. Bliss.. Andrew.. Collections Assistant.. Bloch.. Jonathan.. Associate Curator Vert.. Paleo.. 273-1938.. jbloch@flmnh.. Boissin.. Emilie.. Visiting Researcher.. Bolin.. Arinn.. Intern - Education.. arinnbo@ufl.. Boonchai.. Nareerat.. nboonchai@flmnh.. Booth.. Student Intern, Historical Archeaology.. Boulware.. Living Exhibit Specialist.. mrboulware@flmnh.. Bourque.. Jason.. Vertebrate Paleontology Preparator.. 273-1821.. jbourque@ufl.. Boyagian.. Meg.. Contract Teacher.. Boyd.. Ctsy Ast Curator.. Bret.. Technical Research Asst, Mammalogy.. 846-2000.. bboyd@ufl.. dboyd@flmnh.. Boyer.. Doug.. Visiting Scientist, VP.. Boyles.. George.. Intern - Anthropology.. 352-273-2102.. Breheny.. Museum Operations Spec.. 273-2078.. imb@flmnh.. Breinholt.. Jesse.. Post Doc Associate.. jbreinholt@flmnh.. Brewer.. Josh.. Visitor Services Representative.. 352-273-2043.. jbrewer@flmnh.. Bricker.. Harvey.. Research Associate.. Victoria.. Brooks.. Brandon.. 273-1961.. Branman@ufl.. Brown.. Brittany.. Intern-Historical Archaeology.. browbl10@ufl.. Claudia.. Volunteer.. browj24@ufl.. Lane.. 2731953.. laneeb@ufl.. Warren.. Network Administrator.. 273-1911.. wbrown@flmnh.. Bruggemann.. Henrich.. Brundage.. 331-5168.. Buggs.. Botany Post Doc.. 273-1976.. Buhler.. Stephanie.. Program Assistant.. 273-1955.. sbuhler@flmnh.. Burgess.. Dir.. , FL Program for Shark Research.. 392-2360.. gburgess@flmnh.. Buskill.. Deandra.. Intern - Ichthyology.. deandra.. dmb@ufl.. Byatt.. Peter.. pbyatt@flmnh.. Byerley.. Danielle.. Lab Tech.. dbyerley@flmnh.. Cabezas.. Patricia.. pcabezas@mncn.. csic.. es.. Cade.. Martha.. Anthropology Volunteer.. 273-1925.. mothra24@cox.. net.. Calaminus.. Andre.. Leb Tech.. Cannarozzi.. Nicole.. 273-1929.. nrozzi@windstream.. Carey.. Catherine.. Public Programs Coordinator.. 352-273-2064.. ccarey@flmnh.. Carlisle.. Jeanette.. Education.. 273-2026.. carlislej@flmnh.. Carlson.. Kelyn.. krc12@albion.. Carr.. Jennifer.. 273-2012.. Carvalho.. Felipe.. Graduate Asst.. 273-1953.. fcorreia@ufl.. Casebolt.. Sahale.. Grad Student - Geology.. 352-273-1947.. scasebolt@flmnh.. Castaneda.. Maria.. Technician.. castanedar@si.. Catalano.. Alex.. acatalano2@ufl.. Cellinese.. Nico.. Ast Curator, Informatics/Herbarium.. 273-1979.. ncellinese@flmnh.. Chanderbali.. Floral Genome Project Asst.. Chargois.. Mark.. Maintenance Specialist.. rrcmark@rancenter.. comcastbiz.. Chesser.. Ronald.. 273-2082.. ron@flmnh.. Chester.. 352 273 1976.. mchester@ufl.. Choe.. Kristina.. Exhibit Developer.. 273-2079.. tchoe@flmnh.. Chourey.. Mary.. Herbarium Volunteer.. Churchwell.. Lauren.. Marketing and PR Asst.. 273-2032.. lwilliams@flmnh.. Chutkan.. Suni.. Univ Scholar Student.. Clark.. Ctsy Post Doc Associate.. Clayton.. Molecular lab Asst.. Clerio.. Monica.. Program Technician.. mclerio@flmnh.. Coelho.. Rui.. rcoelho@flmnh.. Cohen.. Paula.. Lepidoptera Volunteer.. Colburn.. Johnathan.. Bio Scientist - Lepidoptera.. colbjo@ufl.. Collins.. Alexander.. lab Assistant.. Meagan.. megc747@gmail.. Combs.. Joseph.. Undergrad Researcher.. Conrath.. Christina.. Research Biologist, Sharks.. 273-1954.. Cooper.. Bill.. Volunteer - Lepidoptera.. 352-273-2012.. Cordell.. Ann.. Sr.. 273-1924.. cordell@flmnh.. Cornelius.. Janet.. Corogin.. Paul.. Grad Student Herbarium.. 273-1992.. pcorogin@flmnh.. Coutu.. Nicholas.. Specimen Preparer.. coutu2010@ufl.. Covell.. Charles.. Visiting Scientist Lepidoptera.. 273-2023.. ccovell@flmnh.. Cowan.. Deborah.. Lab Assistant.. Craig.. Christine.. Crandall.. Stacey.. Gift Shop Manager.. 273-2041.. scrandall@flmnh.. Crane.. pcrane2010@yahoo.. Creola.. Alexandra.. Crespo.. Derick.. Undergraduate Research Assistant.. Crumpton.. Elecia.. Graphic Design Coordinator.. 273-2039.. ecrumpton@flmnh.. Cullins.. Tammy.. Collection Biological Scientist.. tammy.. cullins@gmail.. Cunningham-Smith.. Petra.. Environ.. Arch.. pcunninghamsmith@ufl.. Daniels.. Jaret.. Assistant Curator.. 273-2022.. jdaniels@flmnh.. Davis.. Kathleen.. kathym@atlantic.. Sylvester.. Herbarium Assistant.. taxon@flmnh.. Dawkins.. Deanna.. d.. dawkins@ufl.. Deagan.. Distinguished Research Curator of Archaeology.. 273-1916.. kd@flmnh.. DeFrance.. Susan.. Affiliate Aso.. Curator, Environmental Archaeology.. 392-2253.. sdef@anthro.. Dell.. Christopher.. IT Expert.. 352-273-1823.. cdell@ufl.. Denetclaw.. Utahna.. Dennis.. Nat.. History Asst.. 273-1941.. pamd@flmnh.. Devitt.. Thomas.. Ctsy Assistant Research Scientist.. Dexter.. Troy.. tdexter.. DeYoung.. Kyle.. kdeyoung@flmnh.. Lab Assitant.. Donaldson-Fortier.. Gay.. wetlandmama@aol.. Douglas.. Chad.. Tech.. cdouglas@ufl.. Collin.. cmdouglas@ufl.. Doyle.. Technical Research Assistant.. Dressler.. Robert.. Research Assoc.. sobralia@flmnh.. Drew.. Bryan.. bdrewfb@yahoo.. DuBose.. Preparator.. 352-273-1972.. sdubose@ufl.. Duerden.. Audio Visual Assistant.. 273-2038.. jduerden@flmnh.. Duffy.. Lisa.. lisagd@ufl.. Dunckel.. Betty.. Program Dir.. Informal Science Education.. 273-2088.. bdunckel@flmnh.. Dunford.. James.. Grad Student Lepidoptera.. 273-2001.. dunford@ufl.. Dunlap.. Joshua.. Edwards.. Morgan.. mogator83@yahoo.. Ehret.. Dana.. Vertebrate Paleontology Grad Asst.. 273-1936.. dehret@flmnh.. Eiland.. Group Sales Associate.. seiland@flmnh.. Elenberger.. Carmen.. FPSR Website Technician.. 3523922360.. celenberger@flmnh.. Elgut.. Daniel.. Undergrad Volunteer.. delgut@ufl.. Eliazar.. McGuire Center Asst.. 392-5894.. celiazar@flmnh.. Elliott.. Archivist.. mse@ufl.. Natalie.. nelliott@ufl.. Savannah.. saveelliott.. 7@gmail.. Ellis.. Shari.. Post Doc, Informal Science Education.. 273-2066.. shellis@flmnh.. Elsner.. Interactive Programmer.. ijelsner@ufl.. Emery.. Katherine.. Associate Curator, Enviro Arch.. 273-1919.. kemery@flmnh.. Emmel.. McGuire Center Director.. 273-2006.. tcemmel@flmnh.. Encabo.. Galileo.. galileoe2@flmnh.. Endara.. Carmen Lorena.. Graduate Asst, Ichthyology.. lendara@flmnh.. Erdei.. Boglarka.. Visiting Scientist - Paleobotany.. Ernst.. Special Events Assistant.. 273-2046.. aernst@flmnh.. Eschmeyer.. Ctsy Curator.. 273-1957.. weschmeyer@flmnh.. Evans.. Nathaniel.. evansnat@ufl.. Fajardo.. Faure.. Baptiste.. Visitor.. Fazenbaker.. Webmaster.. 273-1913.. sfaze@flmnh.. Fechtmeyer.. Volunteer Ichthyology.. afechtmeyer@ufl.. Feole.. Michelle.. 273-1967.. Ferdousi.. Zein.. Ferl.. Field Assistant.. mferl@flmnh.. Ferreira.. Luciana.. Research Intern.. Fessenden.. Ryan.. rfessenden@flmnh.. Finelli.. Anthony.. 273-2063.. afinelli720@ufl.. Flemming.. Adania.. 352-273-1929.. aflemming@flmnh.. Ford.. fordmw@cox.. Fort.. Riley.. Volunteer - Anthropology.. rfort0503@ufl.. Foster.. jafoster@ufl.. Fradkin.. Arlene.. Frank.. Marc.. marc.. frank@freshfromflorida.. Franz.. L.. Emeritus Associate Scientist.. 273-1956.. lrfranz@flmnh.. Franzen.. Ingrid.. Fraser.. Ctsy Faculty - Ichthyology.. French.. Lindsay.. Research Assistant - Sharks.. lfrench@flmnh.. Friberg.. sfriberg@ufl.. Fu.. Yao.. fuyao@ufl.. Gage.. Jeffrey.. Audio-Visual Coord.. jgage@flmnh.. Lori.. Vivarium Assistant.. lgage@flmnh.. Gajdeczka.. Student Researcher Herbarium.. michcio@ufl.. Gallagher.. Erin.. Gandhi.. Bhavik.. Programmer Analyst.. 273-1823.. bhavik.. 3112@gmail.. Garcia.. Nicolas.. Grad Student.. nicogarcia@ufl.. Garner.. bgarner@ufl.. Gazich.. Travel Processor.. 273-2111.. agazich@flmnh.. Geiger.. April.. ageiger@flmnh.. Gentile.. Corinne.. c.. gentile89@ufl.. Gerace.. Rachel.. Gerard.. cgerard@flmnh.. Administrative Program Asst.. 273-2029.. kgerard@flmnh.. Germain-Aubrey.. Charlotte.. 273-1962.. cgermain@ufl.. Giard.. Rachelle.. VS Representative.. rgiard1@gmail.. Gillett.. Bethan.. Student Assistant - Sharks.. bgillett@flmnh.. Giordano.. Field Asst, Vertebrate Paleontology..  ...   Assistant - VP.. 352-273-1936.. smmoran@ufl.. Moraski.. ryanmoraski@ufl.. Moretta.. Jo.. 273-2050.. jlmoretta@hotmail.. Morse.. paul.. morse@ufl.. Morsink.. Joost.. Ctsy Assistant Scientist.. jmorsink@ufl.. Moukawsher.. Meredith.. mmouk@ufl.. Mourato.. Bruno.. Mukherjee.. Abhishek.. abhi06@ufl.. Mulligan.. Angela.. Murphy.. amurphy386@gmail.. Joy.. Grad Assistant.. andreajmurphy@ufl.. Muschlitz.. Ornithology Volunteer.. 273-1969.. bmusch@aol.. NageonDeLestang.. Fae.. fndelestang@gmail.. Nation.. JLN@ufl.. Nelson.. Cory.. corinths@ufl.. Neubig.. Graduate Asst, Herbarium.. kneubig@flmnh.. Newkirk.. Zachary.. znewkirk@flmnh.. Newsom.. Lee Ann.. Ctsy Associate Curator.. Newstead.. Nhon.. hot1fops91@ufl.. Nicholls.. Emma-Louise.. Elasmobranch Consultant.. 352-273-2083.. ptychodus@gmail.. Nickerson.. Max.. Curator or Herpetology.. maxn@flmnh.. Nieves.. Eric.. Nikolaidis.. Norrell.. Tatum.. tatumenorrell@ufl.. Novak.. Darlene.. Assistant Director.. 273-1907.. dnovak@flmnh.. Nunez.. Research Asst, Vert Paleo.. enunezbz@ufl.. O'Byrne.. cpobyrne@ufl.. O'Dell.. fu2ufl@ufl.. O'Neill.. loneill967@ufl.. Olson.. 273-1971.. olson@ufl.. Orleus.. Lunide.. 3522731958.. l.. orleus1809@ufl.. Ornstein.. MESS Coordinator.. 273-2071.. bornstein@flmnh.. Orser.. Wasuta.. Artist Illustrator.. wasuta@ufl.. Ortiz.. Elena.. eortiz@ufl.. Oswald.. oswaldj3@ufl.. Oviedo.. Luz.. Grad Student Invertebrate Paleontology.. loviedo@flmnh.. Padron.. Sebastian.. pablospadron@ufl.. Paez.. claudiape1206@hotmail.. Page.. Larry.. Curator of Ichthyology.. lpage@flmnh.. Paine.. IT Director.. 273-1915.. wgp@flmnh.. Palmiotto.. Papastamatiou.. Yannis.. Post Doc.. ypapastamatiou@flmnh.. Parker.. Pasch.. Patrello.. Ralph.. rjpatrello@ufl.. Paulay.. Gustav.. Curator of Malacology.. 273-1948.. paulay@flmnh.. Payton.. Adam.. acpayton@ufl.. Pemberton.. 954-812-3908.. pembert3@bellsouth.. Pence.. J Akers.. Lepidoptera Post Doc Associate.. 273-1997.. pence@ifas.. Pereira.. kpereira@ufl.. Perkins.. Kent.. 273-1984.. kperkins@flmnh.. Permann.. Chase.. Exhibit Fabrication.. 352-273-2080.. cpermann@flmnh.. Pessoa.. Sonia.. Pfiester.. Margaret.. 2732114.. Phillips.. Carson.. carsonp@ufl.. Pickles.. Christian.. Human Resources.. 273-1909.. cpickles@flmnh.. Piedrahita.. Ana.. anamap8@ufl.. Pimiento.. Catalina.. Graduate Research Assistant.. pimientoc@ufl.. Pino.. Jorge.. jlpino@ufl.. Pissis.. Solon.. Pitts.. lnwalker@ufl.. Ponte.. 273-1927.. kponte@ufl.. Poor.. Volunteer.. 352-273-1953.. carlyq89@ufl.. Portell.. Roger.. Invert.. 273-2110.. portell@flmnh.. Porter.. Charlotte M.. Curator of History of Science.. 273-1947.. cmporter@flmnh.. Portillo.. Ellie.. 273-2037.. Powderly.. Kelsey.. Special Events Intern.. 352-273-2046.. Poyer.. Arthur.. Bio.. Scientist Vert.. apoyer@flmnh.. Price.. Gypsy.. gypsycprice@ufl.. Prindle.. Molly.. mcp1@williams.. Quinonez.. Roberto.. Mammals tech.. 392-2970.. Quitmyer.. Irvy.. 273-1926.. quitmyer@flmnh.. Ramey.. Asst Director, Marketing & Pub.. Rel.. 273-2054.. pramey@flmnh.. Ramos-Tafur.. Gabriel.. Fisheries Biological Scientist.. Ramos@myFWC.. Ranade.. Randall.. zach150@ufl.. Ranjit.. Divya.. Web Developer.. dranjit@ufl.. Ravunnikutty.. Girish.. Rawls.. Raymond.. Exhibit Construction.. rrawls@flmnh.. Read.. hread@flmnh.. Associate Curator of Mammalogy.. dreed@flmnh.. Reichart.. reichart.. rm@gmail.. Reitz.. Affiliate Curator, Environmental Archaeology.. rachelkriley@gmail.. Rincon.. Aldo.. Rinzler.. Marybeth.. mrinzler@bellsouth.. Roberts.. IVP Museum Operations Specialist.. sroberts@flmnh.. Robins.. Cristina.. cristina.. robins@gmail.. Collection Manager Ichthyology.. rhrobins@flmnh.. Robinson.. Scott.. Ordway Eminent Scholar.. 273-1965.. srobinson@flmnh.. Rojas-Briceno.. Alexis.. Grad Student - VP.. arojasb@unal.. Romanov.. Mikhail.. Romero.. Cassandra.. cromero@flmnh.. Rooney.. Ray.. Vivarium/Lab Technician.. rayrooney@gmail.. Rossetti.. Rowe.. arowe09@ufl.. Ruccolo.. Ruhl.. Donna.. Archaeobotanist, Fla Archaeology Coll Mngr.. ruhl@flmnh.. Rusak.. Volunteer - Education.. Ruth.. Britney.. Annual Pass Coordinator.. bruth@flmnh.. Saad.. Lizette.. lizuzky@ufl.. Saengow.. Sakuna.. ssaengow@ufl.. Salcedo.. PhD Student Entomology/Grad.. Assist.. Lepidoptera.. 273-2025.. salcedo@ufl.. Salkar.. Anuprita.. Sanborn.. Sari.. Sanchez.. BFCI Coordinator.. 273-2010.. ssanchez@flmnh.. Sandusky.. Katelynd.. 273-1949.. ksandusky@flmnh.. Sargis.. Asst Professor in Anthropology.. eric.. sargis*NO SPAM*@yale.. Sassaman.. Sattler.. Birthday Party Assistant.. esattler@flmnh.. Schaeffer.. viper88@ufl.. Schlachta.. Coord.. McGuire Construction.. 273-2008.. jbs@flmnh.. Schofield.. Kathryn.. Marketing.. 352-273-2092.. kschofield@flmnh.. Scholl.. Katlyn.. Schuder.. Stephen.. sschudel@ufl.. Schwimmer.. Emily.. Secord.. Ross.. 273-1931.. rsecord@umich.. Segawa.. 3522732012.. lindsay.. segawa@gmail.. Segebarth.. cseg@ufl.. Segovia-Salcedo.. Segui.. Valeria.. viesegui@gmail.. Sensbach.. Beverly.. Associate Director of Museum Operations.. 352-273-1900.. sensbach@flmnh.. Servick.. Stein.. Shaak.. Graig.. Associate Director Emeritus.. gdshaak@flmnh.. Shakafi.. Khusbu.. khusbu@ufl.. Shapiro.. Miriam.. Vivarium Lab Tech.. Sharpe.. Environmental Archaeology Grad Student.. asharpe@ufl.. Shaw.. Daphna.. shawdap@ufl.. Sheehy.. Assistant to the Director.. 273-1901.. gsheehy@flmnh.. Shelnutt.. Seth.. s.. shelnutt@ufl.. Sheppard.. rebeccasheppard15@gmail.. Silcox.. msilcox@ufl.. Simons.. Erika.. ehsimons@ufl.. Singer.. Randal.. rsinger@flmnh.. Singleton.. Hayley.. hsingleton@ufl.. Sipley.. Breanna.. breanna.. sipley@gmail.. Skandera.. skandera2005@yahoo.. Slapcinsky.. slapcin@flmnh.. Smigielski.. Spencer.. ssmigielski92@ufl.. Smith.. Audrey.. FWSP.. 352-273-2111.. asmith@flmnh.. Herpetology Graduate Assistant.. hellcat@ufl.. Charlene.. Office Manager.. cosmith@flmnh.. Graham.. gsmith@flmnh.. ssmith@flmnh.. Smith-Vaniz.. Snelson.. Franklin (Buck).. Visiting Scientist Ichthyology.. bsnelson@flmnh.. Snipes.. Development Assistant.. 273-2086.. bsnipes@flmnh.. Soltis.. Distinguished Professor.. 273-1963.. dsoltis@botany.. Visitor Services.. kasoltis@flmnh.. Distinguished Professor- Molecular Lab.. 273-1964.. psoltis@flmnh.. Soria.. Molecular Lab Asst.. patsoria@ufl.. Soto-Centeno.. J.. Angelo.. sotocenteno@ufl.. Sourakov.. Andrei.. Lepidoptera Collections Manager.. 273-2013.. asourakov@flmnh.. Southall.. Spalding.. Aaron.. Sound Recording Engineer.. dezesticks@yahoo.. Sparling.. Volunteer Exhibits.. emilysparling@gmail.. Speer.. Kelly.. Grad Student - Mammals.. 352-273-2114.. kspeer@ufl.. Spindell.. sarahsue007@gmail.. Standridge.. mstandridge@flmnh.. Starmer.. Malacology Asst.. Steadman.. Curator of Ornithology.. 273-1968.. dws@flmnh.. Steier.. msteier@flmnh.. Stemm.. Student Intern, FL Archaeology.. Stepp.. Collection Technician.. jhende16@aol.. Rick.. 392-0299.. Streifel.. Marissa.. Project Coordinator.. Stubina.. Minna.. mstubina@gmail.. Stull.. Gregory.. gwstull@gmail.. Suarez.. Victor.. Post Doc Associate, Botany.. Bainian.. Sweeney.. Undergraduate Intern.. sweeneyb@ufl.. Swilley.. IT Tech.. 273-1824.. rswilley@flmnh.. Sylverne.. asylverne@ufl.. Symister.. Chanika.. 31933.. csymister@flmnh.. Takano.. Oona Ma.. Ornithology Lab Assistant.. otakano@ufl.. Talley.. T.. J.. Tech Support Lead.. 273-2059.. ttalley@flmnh.. Tang.. ytang@ufl.. Teigen.. Liana.. lteigen@ufl.. Tejada.. Julia.. juvita@ufl.. Terzi.. Student Collection Assistant.. 3522731926.. alexandra.. n.. terzi@gmail.. Thaler.. 352-273-1995.. OPS.. sthomas@flmnh.. Thomason.. Richard Dean.. Thompson.. Fred.. Curator Malacology.. 273-1943.. fgt@flmnh.. jthompson13@ufl.. Joyce.. 352-273-1820.. jthompson@flmnh.. Thomson.. Alfred.. Graduate Asst, Catfish.. 273-1958.. athomson@flmnh.. Thornton.. 273-2101.. kennedye@ufl.. Thurston.. Taylor.. Taylor09@ufl.. Tiainen-Takano.. Rauni.. Receptionist.. manteliriisi@hotmail.. Tibisz.. Tinker.. Tison.. Amber.. Events & Rentals Coordinator.. atison@flmnh.. Todd.. Carrie.. 352-273-1918.. ctodd@flmnh.. 2009STODD@GMAIL.. COM.. Tolen.. Grad Student Herpetology.. sarahrtolen@gmail.. Torrent.. Science Writer.. 273-1940.. dtorrent@flmnh.. Trager.. Science Coordinator.. mtrager@flmnh.. Trammell.. Scientific Illustrater.. Traub.. Analyst Programmer.. gtraub@flmnh.. Trump.. Caroline.. ctrump1002@yahoo.. Tseng.. Jackie.. Turner.. 256-698-1051.. Post Doc IVP.. 540-808-6278.. ctyler@flmnh.. Underwood.. Jeremy.. Education Intern.. junderwood@flmnh.. Ungvari-Martin.. Judit.. Grad Student Mammalogy.. jungvari@ufl.. Vadala.. jvadala@flmnh.. Vandeventer.. valaris@ufl.. Vandyke.. ryanmvan5@ufl.. Vargas.. Julieta.. 273-1970.. Vath.. cvath@ufl.. Vergara.. Rodrigo.. Veruska.. Visiting Post Doc.. Villafranca.. Ethel.. CISE Intern.. evillafranca@flmnh.. Vinson.. Maintnance Specialist.. Virstyuk.. Solomiya.. solomiyav@ufl.. Wagner.. cmwagner@ufl.. Walker.. Debra.. Co-Project Director.. debraswalker@gmail.. Asst Scientist/Coll Mgr South Fla Arch.. & Ethno.. kwalker@flmnh.. Wallis.. Neill.. Assistant Curator of Archaeology.. 3-1920.. nwallis@flmnh.. Walsh.. Casey.. caseyjwalsh@gmail.. Wang.. Hongshan.. Collection Manager Paleobotany.. 273-2107.. hwang@flmnh.. Warchol.. emilywarchol@yahoo.. Senior Collections Manager McGuire Center.. 273-2015.. awarren@flmnh.. Waters.. Gifford.. Archaeology Collections Manager.. gwaters@flmnh.. Research Asst.. 352-273-2073.. jmathis@flmnh.. Watkins.. jwatkins@flmnh.. Webber.. Collection Manager.. 273-1972.. twebber@flmnh.. Weichselbaumer.. Weimer.. jweimer@flmnh.. Welch.. Leah.. lwelch@flmnh.. Welcome.. HR/Payroll Assistant.. 273-1908.. acolonel@flmnh.. Werner.. Tim.. tbwerner@comcast.. Whelan.. John 'Court'.. Lepidoptera Tech Research Asst.. 273-2011.. cwhelan@ufl.. 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