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Sustainable Development Goals and Achieving Gender Equality

During International Science Center and Science Museum Day (ISCSMD) on November 10, a new Girls: STEM-SDG Marathon will highlight how women and girls are using science to help achieve the world’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Over the course of the day—across 30 global time zones—the marathon will showcase interviews with these amazing people who are working... Read More

Dimensions, September/October 2017—Co-Design for Transformation

IN THIS ISSUE September/October 2017 When delegates convene in Tokyo from November 15 to 17 for the Science Centre World Summit (hosted by Miraikan—the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation), they will examine ways to build connections and work toward a sustainable future. How can science centers and museums work with community members and... Read More

Hurricane Irma and ASTC Members

  Updated Saturday, September 23 Fewer than two weeks after Hurricane Harvey hurtled into Houston and the surrounding region, Hurricane Irma is pounding the Caribbean and marching up Florida. ASTC is in touch with some member institutions in the region, though many are now without power, phone lines, or mobile phones. Most institutions prepared for... Read More

Remembering E. Verner Johnson

E. Verner Johnson—an internationally recognized museum architect and founder of E. Verner Johnson & Associates—died on February 24, 2017, at the age of 79. Johnson worked on architectural design and comprehensive master planning for more than 200 museum projects around the world, including for ASTC members such as the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Station;... Read More

Webinars—Preparing for ISCSMD

  In the global society of today and tomorrow—where everyone is potentially connected but still separated by language, physical distance, and culture—science remains universal. And science centers and museums all over the world speak with the same message about science education and its power to change individual lives, communities, nations, and our planet. Even if... Read More