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21
September
2012

Just Like When Mom Visits

Remember the flurry of activity as you finish home projects and spiff up the house before family comes for a visit? Especially when mom is part of the contingent with her eagle eye to dust and clutter?

On the one hand you want to impress and on the other you don't want to be embarrassed--a double incentive to put in an inordinate amount of work in prep.

Just Like When Mom Visits
05
June
2012

New Bloomington to Greencamp (River Miles 188 - 177)

My first canoe trip on the Scioto was on May 11. The weather was perfect – sunny, cool, and with only a light breeze. There are three people and two canoes in our party. George Anderson, local photographer, is in the solo canoe he built himself with a case of photography equipment, and David Rutter, MORPC’s Water Quality Project Manager, and I are in the second canoe which we rented from Columbus Outdoor Pursuits.

Getting to this moment involved a great deal of planning and management of logistics. Here is how it went:

New Bloomington to Greencamp (River Miles 188 - 177)
25
May
2012

Incredible Commitment, Incredible Stories

Many companies and individual donors provide support for youth programs at science centers around the country. I have worked with many over my years at different museums and they all bring sincerity and hope at some level to their support.

But I have never had the experience of working with a company and individuals quite so dedicated, visionary, and personally engaged and committed as those around the Miracle-Gro Capital Scholars program. Today’s feature story in The Columbus Dispatch shares the special story of how the Hagedorn family and the Scotts Miracle-Gro company (where Jim Hagedorn is CEO) have made an incredible commitment to help youth make a fundamental change in their lives in partnership with COSI and others.

17
May
2012

BRAINTRIP: Trying New Things

We’re always experimenting and trying new things at COSI

Today our experiment is in the marketing of COSI – we announced at 12 Noon today the “Brain Trip: A year of cerebral challenges and minds-on exhibits”. This was our way to announce the next four traveling exhibits for 2012-2013.

20
February
2012

John Glenn - National Hero, Long Time COSI Friend

Today the world focuses again on the accomplishment of John Glenn and NASA in celebrating the fact that exactly 50 years ago, the world stopped while Glenn orbited the world three times as the first United States astronaut to do so. I vividly remember sitting in my classroom as we were riveted with the journey and holding our breath collectively with the danger of re-entry with a suspected problem with the heat shield.
John Glenn - National Hero, Long Time COSI Friend
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