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Meet SEE’s new Executive Director

SEE Science Center is pleased to announce Susan Howland as its new executive director.  Howland brings more than two decades on nonprofit experience to this new position, most recently serving as the City of Manchester and Granite United Way’s director of homeless services. In this role, Howland led community efforts to more than double federal…

Dinosaurs Gone but not Forgotten
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Dinosaurs Gone but not Forgotten

Everyone at SEE still loves dinosaurs and sharing information about them! Click here to learn about SEE’s first Educational book all about dinosaurs : “We thought you’d never ask!” Thank you for the tremendous public response to DINOSAURS and the support of our sponsors who made the exhibition possible from Oct. 10, 2015 through Jan.…

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Transformations

By Peter Gustafson, Resource Development Specialist I signed in at 1:07 pm and checking my keys, mobile phone and wallet at the security desk, followed my guide through a metal detector and a series of electronically locked doors. It was in a gymnasium. The boys and girls, age 14 to 17, entered in small groups…

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SEE Undertakes Exhibit Evaluation

By SEE Staff As you probably realize, SEE is a small museum, especially when compared to the big science centers in Boston, New York and Chicago for example.  (BTW you can use a SEE membership at science centers large and small all over the country for reciprocal benefits).  And because we are smaller we don’t…

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T-Rex Road Trip!

By Douglas Heuser Executive Director This past weekend we took the inflatable T-Rex out for his first public appearance at the Stonyfield 5K Earth Day Race and Fair to promote the coming robotic Dinosaurs exhibition. On Saturday three of our staff members and 3 family members headed out with a van filled with our dino…

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Help & Preserve the Earth you live on!

You may think that it takes a lot of effort to have a more eco-friendly lifestyle, but it’s actually pretty easy to be green! Here at the SEE Science Center we are very conscious of how we can be more eco-friendly and wanted to share some tips on how to be more green. The smallest…

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Keeping SEE looking great

People often ask us: How do you clean the LEGO Millyard Project? The answer is: very carefully! Seriously though, we thought we’d share some of what we do and use to keep SEE looking great 7 days a week. We always want to be clean and welcoming for our guests – even during those snowy…

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DINOSAURS are coming!

SEE’s Executive Director and Board Members have been busy these past few months working to bring Kokoro’s robotic dinosaurs back to 200 Bedford Street sooner rather than later. Between our 8 past dinosaur exhibitions, SEE staff members repeatedly field the questions “Are the dinosaurs still there?” and “When are the dinosaurs coming back?”. So we…

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Junior STEAM Ahead at SEE

The SEE Science Center is partnering with the City of Manchester and FIRST to bring interactive Science, Technology, Engineering Art and Math learning experiences to Manchester 4th grade students. The endeavor is called Junior STEAM Ahead. SEE’s role in the partnership is to host all Manchester fourth graders for a field trip experience. Busing to…