Science Night at the Museums

An Anthropology graduate student wearing safely glasses pauses in his work on antlers to discuss the flint and obsidian samples on a table with a hat-wearing girl visitor.
Photo by Megan Bean

February 21, 2022

Grayson Griffith of Starkville, a graduate student in applied anthropology, demonstrates how to make stone tools using antler tines while answering questions from local sixth grade student Ella Freeman during Science Night at Museums on Saturday [Feb. 21]. Sponsored by MSU Museums and Galleries, the free event showcased several areas of science for local children and families using interactive activities and displays. Click here for more photos from Science Night at the Museums.