Museum Director Spotlighted
Dr. Carpenter Uncovers a 4-Foot Clam along the Book Cliffs and hour south of Price.
Dr. Kenneth Carpenter, USU Eastern vice chancellor and director of the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum was a recent guest on Utah Public Radio’s “Access Utah.” He spoke with reporter Sheri Quinn about dinosaur behavior and biology. Click here to listen to the complete interview.
Dr. Carpenter was also the featured speaker recently at Utah State University’s “Science Unwrapped” lecture series in Logan. His lecture “The Latest and Greatest: The Science Behind Dinosaurs,” unraveled some of the mysteries of these ancient creatures.
In addition, Dr. Carpenter’s life-long passion for all things dinosaur was given prominent coverage in the fall issue of “Utah State Magazine.” The cover story also talked about the museum he directs and the new connections being made as a result of the college’s merger with Utah State University. To read about him in the magazine’s online edition click here.
Dr. Carpenter hunting for dinosaur bones (above, below) in the badlands south of Green River, Utah