STEPHANIE STEPHENS – NPS MUSEUM COLLECTIONS: A GLIMPSE BEHIND THE SCENES
The National Park Service is responsible for managing more than 48 million objects and over 82,000 linear feet of archives. Join NPS Chief Curator, Stephanie Stephens as she highlights some of the objects, specimens, and archives that tell the story of America, its peoples, cultures, and events that shaped our history.
Stephanie Stephens is the Chief Curator for the National Park Service (NPS) and is currently serving as the Acting Deputy Associate Director of Cultural Resources for Park and National Heritage Areas Programs. Stephanie began her career in 1989 at Joshua Tree National Park as a museum aide. Prior to moving to Washington, D.C. Stephanie was the Regional Curator for the NPS in the Alaska Region. Stephanie earned a BA degree in anthropology from California State University, San Bernardino and an MA in Liberal Studies with an emphasis in Museum Studies and Public Administration from the University of Oklahoma at Norman.
TOPIC: NPS Museum Collections: A Glimpse Behind the Scenes
PRESENTER: Stephanie Stephens, National Park Service Curator
LOCATION: Canyon Community Center (126 Lion Blvd) Springdale, Utah
DATE: October 3, 2019
TIME: 7:30 pm