The Biodiversity Institute:
Position Open: Project Coordinator
The Biodiversity Institute (BI) is accepting applications for a full-time position for Project Coordinator. The primary responsibility of this person is to manage the BI’s multiple citizen science programs, from planning through implementation and assessment. In addition, this person is responsible for general marketing for the BI, through print, website, email and social media. The Project Coordinator works with other BI staff to plan and deliver a variety of outreach and education activities both on campus and off. The Project Coordinator will also work with BI staff to expand the number of outreach projects that are directly related to research at the University of Wyoming; therefore the ability to communicate and work collaboratively with research-active faculty in biodiversity is essential. As BI programs expand, this person will be expected to supervise students, interns and employees to manage specific projects.
For more information and online application click here.
The Draper Museum Raptor Experience at the Biodiversity Institute
Biodiversity Institute Open Initiatives
Visit the Kids Corner!
Designed for children from birth to age 12 and their accompanying grownups, the Kids Corner offers an assortment of fun, hands-on activities that are designed to encourage discovery through play. An ideal area for early learners, this educational environment emphasizes the use of real objects with an extensive teaching collection for exploring natural history, life-cycle and biodiversity science topics.
The Latest WyoBio Minute
Wyoming is home to one of the world’s rarest plants, the desert yellowhead. This unusual plant defies all expectations—its shiny, dark green leaves contrast with the rough and rugged leaves of its neighbors on the wind-swept slopes of central Wyoming.