Each semester the Museum presents lectures relating to a subject in natural history. They have covered a wide subject range over the years. These are usually held once a month in Room 111, Sewell Hall.
Our first Dinosaur Day was held on Mother's Day in 1998 and there have been ten since. In the early years of Dinosaur Day we were all about dinosaurs. The event has now become Dinosaur Day Science Fest, an educational event for the entire family. It showcases the diversity of science, peoples relationship to our world, and the exciting frontiers ahead of us, with the hope of sparking interest in science, technology, engineering and math. Come the first Sunday in May and be inspired!