A traveling exhibition created by the Zoological Museum of the University of Zurich, Galapagos features a variety of specimens, including a newly discovered species of butterfly, from various scientific collections in Switzerland.
A new temporary exhibit exploring the complex relationships of parasites and their hosts. Embark on a journey participating as a scientist to learn the "why” and "how" research is conducted on the most common mode of life on Earth -- parasitism.
Celebrate Native American cultures of the past and present. Along with the exhibit, see striking portraits of Native American children in traditional regalia by award-winning photographer Don Doll, S.J.
In collaboration with the Classics and Religious Studies Department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and the State Museum a variety of artifacts from Italy, Egypt, and Iran are on display as part of a 'Classics Exhibit' at Andrews Hall. The items on exhibit include Roman oil lamps, figurines, an Egyptian ushabti figure, and a Sumerian tablet with cuneiform writing. The artifacts are intended to reflect the array of courses offered in the Classics and Religious Studies Department including Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, Religion in Late Antiquities and Classic Mythology.