- Human Evolution Research
- Climate and Human Evolution
- Anthropocene: The Age of Humans
- Asian Research Projects
- East African Research Projects
- Human Origins Program Team
- What's Hot In Human Origins?
- Fossil Forensics: Interactive
- E. A. Mammal Dentition Database
- Human Evolution Evidence
- 3D Collection
- Human Fossils
- Human Family Tree
- Timeline Interactive
- Human Characteristics
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- Broader Social Impacts Committee
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We encourage teachers and other educators to bring classes and student groups to the Hall of Human Origins, and we have provided this Educators Guide to the exhibition specifically to help you facilitate your field trip. THIS GUIDE IS A FREE, DOWNLOADABLE, PRINTABLE PDF.
We will have volunteers and (at some times) interactive discover stations in the hall to add to the educational experiences in the exhibition.
Please be aware that there are life-sized nude bronze statues of early humans in the exhibition.
We do not offer guided tours for student groups.