Smithsonian
About Smithsonian  |  Websites A-Z
Home | Exhibitions | Events | Visitor Information | Museums | Research | Membership | Giving | Shop
Home 
smithsonian.org Documentation
Information
Animals in Translation - How Animals Think and Feel


  Animals in Translation - How Animals Think and Feel
  Using the mysteries of autism to decode animal behavior,
  Professor Temple Grandin speaks in the clear voice of
  a woman who emerged from the other side of autism,
  bringing with her an extraordinary message about how
  animals think and feel.

  Professor Temple Grandin
  Professor of Animal Science
  Colorado State University.

  Tuesday, January 23, 2007
  2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

  National Zoological Park Visitors Center

  (Please note: The webcast replay may take several
  minutes to begin streaming to your computer.
  Please allow up to five minutes for the video to begin.)
   
Quick Links
Museum Employment Opportunities
Museum Studies Training Programs Directory
Museum-Related Organizations

Museum Studies Bibliographies (SIRIS)

  Frequently Asked Questions
  What are resources that can help me start a new museum?
  Where are museum jobs advertised?
  Where can I get information on museum federal funding sources?
  Where can I get information on planning a career in museums?
  What kinds of academic programs are available in museum studies and related fields?
  Where can I get information on developing museum studies curriculum?
  Where can I get information on museum accessibility policies and practices?
  Suggestion Box
  Please send us your suggestions about our website, information you are looking for but cannot find on the site.
   
Contacts | Help | Privacy | Copyright
Top  Top