MAM is discussed (starting around minute 27) in the January edition of the Urban Wildlife Podcast with Tony Croasdale and Bernard Brown.
MAM is featured in the January issue of Philly's Grid magazine in an article by Bernard Brown on page 6 (p. 8 in web reader version).
MAM story makes NPR!
The Inquirer reports on a specimen collected on Civil War battlefield that was recently rediscovered at The Academy of Natural Sciences (PH).
Carnegie Museum's start of their new partnership with MAM is featured in a museum press release, an interview with Pittsburgh-local WESA radio station in their Tech Report, and in the Alleghany Front podcast.
Amber Durand et al. from Howard University, collaborators in the MAM Project, create videos related to working with natural history collections. See videos here:
The MAM Project is covered in Penn Today.
WELCOME TO THE MAM PROJECT, CARNEGIE MUSEUM!
Congratulations to the team at the herbarium of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History (CM), in Pittsburgh, PA, who has received funding from the National Science Foundation to become a Partner to Existing Network (PEN) to the MAM Project. The CM PEN will fill a hole in our project by including specimen data from the Rust Belt. Read more here.
MAM WELCOMES PENN STATE HERBARIUM AS NEW PARTNER TO PROJECT
The herbarium at Pennsylvania State University, College Park (PAC), has received funding from the National Science Foundation to become a Partner to Existing Network (PEN) to the MAM Project. The PAC PEN will provide important data about plant assemblages in the central Mid-Atlantic region to help us put the study of urban areas into the correct context. Congratulations to the PAC team! Read more here.
MAM STUDENT WORKER WINS RUTGERS STUDENT EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR AWARD
Megan King, Collections Manager at Rutgers University Chrysler Herbarium (CHRB) and supervisor for the CHRB arm of the MAM Project, received the award of Rutgers Student Employee of the Year for all of New Jersey. Congratulations, Megan! Read more here and here.