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How One Entomologist Looks to Fossil Ants to Answer Big Biology Questions

Philip Barden featured in an Entomology Today story written by another CB alumna, Carly Tribull: How One Entomologist Looks to Fossil Ants to Answer Big Biology Questions

Museums Conferring Degrees

October, 2015: The Richard Gilder Graduate School was prominently featured in a New York Times article about museum degree programs.

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Ellen V. Futter, president of the American Museum of Natural History, which offers master’s and doctoral programs. 
Credit D. Finnin/American Museum of Natural History

Young Scientists Changing The World

September, 2015: Forbes included Shaena Montanari in its 2015 30 Under 30.

The Critter People 

New York Times
Doctoral students at the American Museum of Natural History include Edward Stanley (with lizards), Dawn Roje (with flatfish) and Phil Barden (with ants, collected by sucking on tube). 
 Credit Piotr Redlinski for The New York Times

July, 2011: The New York Times wrote a feature about the Gilder Program. Included is a video, "Every Day at the Museum."

The First Five

February, 2009: The New York Academy of Sciences profiled the first five RGGS students in a podcast.