Inviting Brilliance: Advisory Committees
Beginning several years ago, the Museum invited a group of civic and business leaders, educators, scientists and national experts to assist us in developing a bold plan to help realize our vision for the future. We asked them to help us think about ways we could bring important science topics to life for our guests, including today's health issues, basic science concepts and exploration of Earth and space. We also asked them to create new ways to engage students and guests in the learning experience, use technology to make the Museum visit simpler and more personal, and increase our visibility to help us reach the audiences that we must engage to fulfill our vision. We thank the following people for lending their time and talents to our efforts. This brilliant group includes a Nobel Laureate, NASA astronauts, teachers, physicists, doctors, cave explorers, storm chasers and more.
The Museum thanks Desirée G. Rogers for chairing the Advisory Committees effort.
Advisory Committees Chair
Desirée G. Rogers
Education Advisory Committee
YOU! The Experience Advisory Committee
Science Storms Advisory Committee
Explore: Blue Planet • Red Planet Advisory Committee
SmartVisit Advisory Committee
Visibility Advisory Committee
African American Outreach Task Force
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The Museum of Science and Industry opened its doors in 1933 and is the largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere.