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Penn Museum

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Founded in 1887, the Penn Museum has always been one of the world’s great archaeology and anthropology research museums, and the largest university museum in the United States. With roughly one million objects in our care, the Penn Museum encapsulates and illustrates the human story: who we are and where we came from. As a dynamic research institution with many ongoing research projects, the Museum is a vibrant and engaging place of continual discovery.

2017-2018

2016-2017

2015-2016

2014-2015

Honorable Mention

2013-2014

Honorable Mention

 

Programs by Penn Museum

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Daily Life in Ancient Rome

Broadcasting live from our Rome Gallery, students will learn all about artifacts that elite Romans used in their day-to-day lives. This interactive...

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Mummy Makers

Ever wonder how and why the ancient Egyptians mummified their dead? Learn how to be an ancient Egyptian embalmer and prepare Mr. Ulysses Penn for...

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Preserving the Past

Learn how we care for our ancient artifacts as we broadcast live from our renowned Artifact Lab. Students will investigate the science behind...

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More About This Provider

Type of Organization

Arts/Cultural/Museum

Contact

Outreach Program Manager   samm@norsoft.net
3260 South Street
Philadelphia PA 19104
2158988706
United States

http://www.penn.museum

Primary Disciplines

The programs of Penn Museum cover:

Social Studies/History
Mathematics
Sciences
Standards

Awards, Quotes, Testimonials

"I really appreciated the preparation that clearly went into the videoconference. The students received an interesting insight into the ancient world and the docents' enthusiasm for ancient artifacts and history was quite inspiring for my class to see!" -E. Brazier, Abbotsleigh School, New South Wales, Australia


 "I loved the program. It really appeals to the various units I touch upon in the first two years of Latin. The docents are fun--they know their material and make many attempts to engage the students in interaction." -B. Thorpe-Nelson, High Technology High School, New Jersey