The Hall’s 100,000th Visitor

Congratulations Maureen Connolly.  We hope you enjoy your portable TV!   Read more history of the Hall of Science in the NYSCI Archives.

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Cariello Presses the Case for the Atomarium

Joining Robert Moses and John Lindsay in spurring on the proposed Hall of Science expansion was Queens Borough President Mario Cariello. A public servant for nearly three decades before becoming BP in 1963, Cariello had a reputation for sincerity and competence, not to mention “good…

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The Atomarium

The Atomarium planned for the Hall of Science in 1967 would be the largest of its kind in the country. It was to feature a working nuclear reactor and an operating gamma-ray irradiator. The internal works of the devices would be visible to public audiences…

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A Hot Reactor in Queens

Robert Moses’ cheerleading for an expanded Hall of Science was matched by Mayor Lindsay on May 31, 1967, when he announced a $10 million City commitment for a new building to be built within 14 months. The five-story addition would house 190,000 square feet of…

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Ramona Roque

Assistant Manager, Membership (718) 595-9138 rroque@nysci.org

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Suhui Won

AVP of Institutional Advancement (718) 595-9180 swon@nysci.org

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The ALAN J. FRIEDMAN Center for the Development of Young Scientists

To honor his memory and carry on his legacy, NYSCI established the Alan J. Friedman Center for the Development of Young Scientists.

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“No one can overestimate what this ambitious institution may in time accomplish.”

From the time the City of New York first committed to building a Hall of Science at the 1964-65 World’s Fair, it was with the understanding that a post-Fair expansion would be required to transform the Hall of Science from a World’s Fair pavilion into…

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Margaret Honey

President and CEO (718) 595-9127 mhoney@nysci.org Dr. Margaret Honey joined NYSCI as president and CEO in November of 2008. Among her current interests at NYSCI is the role of design-based learning in promoting student interest and achievement in STEM subjects. She is widely recognized for…

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Mohamed Razack

Senior Attendant Guard mrazak@nysci.org

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Rovindra Singh

Visitor Experience Supervisor (718) 683-9375 rsingh@nysci.org

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Athena Padouvas

Visitor Experience Supervisor, External Affairs (718) 683-9375 apadouvas@nysci.org

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June 22: Member Open House

NYSCI’s 50th Anniversary Celebration June 22, 2014 11 am – 4 pm Join us in celebrating our 50th anniversary with a day packed with family friendly activities, including face painting, balloon twisting, free access to the Science Playground, and more! SAVE 20% You’ll also receive an extra member…

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Carlos Romero

Design Lab Experience Coordinator cromero@nysci.org Carlos Romero has a B.S. in Environmental Science, a B.A. in Biology from CUNY Queens College, and two years of science education experience at the New York Hall of Science. In his current role, Carlos develops, implements and facilitates design-based…

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Brett Turner

Manager, Sales and Promotions, External Affairs (718) 595-9171 bturner@nysci.org

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Jasmine Maldonado

Science Coach Supervisor, Education (718) 595-9188 jmaldonado@nysci.org

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Jennifer Brunjes

Vice President, Special Events (718) 683-9367 jbrunjes@nysci.org

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David Wells

Director of Maker Programming  (718) 595-9157 dwells@nysci.org   David Wells, Manager of Creative Making & Learning, is responsible for all programming and activities in NYSCI’s Maker Space. He oversees the design and implementation of maker related programs which engage families, students and visitors of all…

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Truck McDonald

Manager of Explainer Training and Content (718) 595-9132 tmcdonald@nysci.org

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Scott Wayne Indiana

Design Lab Online Content Developer (718) 595-9166 sindiana@nysci.org Scott Wayne Indiana taught high school mathematics for nine years, eight years at Lake Oswego High School, in Lake Oswego, Oregon, and one in New York City public schools. During that time, he also cultivated an art practice,…

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