Students in Nevada and across the world, can connect with the Las Vegas Natural History Museum’s Curator of Paleontology, Dr. Josh Bonde, on March 8, 2019 10:00am PST. Join Dr. Bonde as he brings students through the only working Paleontology and Archaeology research lab in the State of Nevada. Dr. Bonde will present fossils and students will observe new and exciting research projects currently under way. Discover enormous mammoths of Tule Springs and spectacular dinosaur discoveries from Valley of Fire.
Through the Nevada Ready 21 Grant, and with collaboration from Pinecrest Academy of Nevada, your students can connect through the power of video conferencing and learn from expert guest speakers in a two-way question and answer experience from the convenience of your classrooms and homes.
No software required. Simply login, register and participate through the web.
Dr. Joshua Bonde is a vertebrate paleontologist at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum. He was born and raised in Nevada, having received his BS in Biology at the University of Nevada, Reno, his MS in Earth Sciences from Montana State University-Bozeman, and his PhD from UNLV in Geoscience. Dr. Bonde’s research focuses on the complex interplay between the geology of the State of Nevada and how life has responded to those forces through time.