The American Museum of Natural History, along with seven other cultural institutions, is working with the New York Department of Education in a program supporting middle school student long term science investigations (formerly called Exit Projects).

The program provides professional development for teachers; equipment and supplies for schools; and field trips and vouchers for students, families, teachers, and administrators.

13th Annual Citywide Urban Advantage Science Expo

at the American Museum of Natural History

2001 Urban Advantage Expo

The Urban Advantage Science Expo features hundreds of middle-school research projects.

© AMNH/R. Mickens

More than 900 middle school students will be participating in one of the largest science expo events in New York City.

Saturday, June 10

1-3:30 pm

1 pm: Welcome and Remarks in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life

1:30-3:30 pm: Poster Presentations in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life, Hall of North American Forests, Warburg Hall of New York State Environment, and Grand Gallery (first floor)






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American Museum of Natural History
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
New York Botanical Garden
New York Hall of Science
New York City Department of Education
Queens Botanical Garden
Staten Island Zoo
WCS/New York Aquarium
WCS/Bronx Zoo



Public support for the Urban Advantage program is provided by the Speaker and Council of the City of New York, and the New York City Department of Education.