Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Resource for Nuclear Science and History
Our mission remains a guiding principle of the efforts of our Board of Trustees, volunteers and professional staff. The Museum is a non-profit charitable corporation designated by Congress as the official nuclear museum resource for our nation. The mission of the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is to serve as Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s museum resource for nuclear science and history. This is accomplished through presentations of exhibitions and quality educational programs conveying the diversity of individuals and events that shape the historical and technical context of our world.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES& STAFF President – Jerry Adams Vice President – Sara Robinson Secretary – Pam Sullivan Treasurer – Ben Balkcom, CPA Immediate Past President – Alison Schuler, Esq. EX-OFFICIO Jim Walther, Museum Director
Dr. Murray Gell-Mann Richard Rhodes
Hal Behl Jim Ferland Dan Hardin Dr. Michael Hartshorne Charles R. Loeber Judith Mead Kimberly E.S. Meagher Marcus Mims, CPA Doug Moody Greg Morrison Richard Perry Warner Talso Dr. Ruth Weiner
Dr. Robert Busch Charles Crisler Abdiel Ramirez Dr. Gregg Franklin Dr. Damon Giovanielli Dr. Katrina Groth Codie Hardy Dr. Michael Hartshorne Dr. Richard Holcomb Wayne Laslie Marcus Mims Robert Singer, Esq Dr. John Stichman Michael Strizich
Ethan Aronson Jay Bledsoe Michael Brock Matthan Brown Molly Brunell Julia Davis Leslie Fraser Mollie Fullerton Sandy Fye David Gibson Jennifer Hayden David Hoover Claudia Madrid Deidre McVay-Schulmeister Barbara Miller Ryan Painter Kyan Ramirez Michael Rodriguez Estrellita Romero Elena Seaberg Greg Shuman Jim Walther Joyce Whelchel Stephen Whitman
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History continues exciting progress as an institution making nuclear science and history accessible to tens of thousands of visitors. Through our many programs, exhibitions, and our growing enrichment camps and classes, the museum has been very successful in enhancing young people’s knowledge and excitement of science and in STEM education. 2018 was a tremendous year for completion of outside displays. During this past year, staff and volunteers took on the effort to repaint the Boeing B-47 Stratojet Strategic Bomber. We completed the historic Jupiter Missile repainting and began work on the THOR missile, as well. In addition, our interior exhibition space also saw some changes. Through support by the National Science Foundation and EPSCOR NM, we created “What’s Up with U,” and important exhibit on uranium in the environment. “Critical Assembly” was also repositioned into a permanent location to depict Los Alamos Laboratory’s efforts in 1945. None of these transformative projects would have been possible without great volunteers and wonderful donated support from individuals, companies, and foundations in our community. During this time, our educational programs also grew in visibility and quality as did our continued contracted service to provide after-school enrichment programming to the Rio Rancho School District for STEM education. Our incredible camp programs impacted hundreds of children signifying how well it meets the expectations of our area families, and, as always, we had a great Discover STEM Week event among many others. Nuclear Science Week, established by the museum in 2009, was observed this past fall for the ninth year right here in Albuquerque for the big U.S. observance, and it is now celebrated in 11 countries world-wide, adding Japan in 2018 From our multiple temporary exhibitions to our amazing Einstein Gala, this year was a huge success. We were honored to display “Eureka,” a look at the engineering of Leonardo Davinci and Archimedes, “Picturing the Museum: A Visual Exploration of the Nuclear Age, by photographer Gregg Albracht” and the fifth “Atomic STEaM Photography Exhibition.” And, the 2018 Einstein Gala honored Dr. Alan Stern, a planetary scientist, space program executive, aerospace consultant, and author, for his lifelong leadership in his fields of expertise. We invite you to visit the museum to explore our exhibits, attend an event or public program, and if interested, become a member or supporter. It is through the spirit of collaboration that we achieve our goals, and your involvement can make this a reality.
NUCLEAR SCIENCE WEEK The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History continued to bring Albuquerque area middle school and high school students to participate in activities and tours about nuclear science during the ninth year of Nuclear Science Week. This year, 723 students were able to attend as they were granted busing and admission thanks to the generous donations from the Albert I. Pierce Foundation, Sandia National Laboratory, and Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union. Students learned about a fission reaction using balloons, ionizing radiation, and radioactive decay through dance and music. By using Geiger counters, students measured and learned about alpha and beta particles and gamma radiation in their world.
Educator David Gibson
Quote from NSW “The students really enjoyed their visit and it fit with what we are studying right now!” - Marie, South Valley Academy
Volunteer Frank Buethe
“Thank you so much for providing this experience for the students. I really appreciate the docents and their knowledge as well as the staff of the museum!” - Gary, Eldorado HS
DISCOVER STEM WEEK & DAY This year the museum brought in 996 students from Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, and Los Lunas elementary schools for Discover STEM Week thanks to the generous support of our donors, Sandia National Laboratories, Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union, Intel, and Kirtland Federal Credit Union. Students participated in many STEM activities each day facilitated by our museum staff and many outside partners including Basement Films, UNM, Albuquerque Astronomical Society, Brain Hackers with assistance from La Academia de Esperanza High School students, and Albuquerque Soaring. The week ended with Discover STEM Family Day on Saturday, February 10, 2018, with a record number of visitors; 1256! The event was sponsored by Kirtland Federal Credit Union, Sandia National Laboratories, and Intel. Museum staff and volunteers were joined by community partners and offered 30 STEM activities and exhibitions. The museum staff and volunteers were thrilled to be joined by Sandia National Labs, UNM School of Engineering, QueLab, 3 Civil Air Patrols, Orbital ATK, American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics, Tuskeegee Airmen, American Institute of Chemical Engineers â&#x20AC;&#x201C; UNM student chapter, and CNM Ingenuity, to name a few. With the addition of food trucks on Inspiration Plaza, all left full and satisfied!
Quote from Discover STEM Week “LOVED the trip. In fact, I have heard over and over again that it is one of the best field trips we’ve ever taken. Many of our students say they plan to go again with their families.” Gillian, Colinas Del Norte Elementary in Rio Rancho Quotes from Discover STEM Day “The day was fantastic and my kids loved the liquid nitrogen ice cream!” “Loved the hands-on activities and the tesla coil music!”
“SCIENCE IS EVERYWHERE” CAMPS During the 2017-2018 camp season, the museum welcomed approximately 400 day campers. This year new offerings included Chemistry, Fire and Ice, and Let Me Atom during Winter Camp; Eureka-Art & Architecture Edition during Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Camp; EurekaSimple Machines & Properties of Physics for Presidents Day Camp; and The Last Straw during Spring Break Camps. The museum saw 440 campers during the “Science is Everywhere” Summer Camp program. After listening to parent and camper feedback, the museum offered many new week-long camps including Leave No Trace and Beakers, Bubbles, & ReActions for ages six to eight; ARTifacts for ages eight to ten; and STEMinists for ages ten to twelve. Fieldtrips included visits to the Balloon Museum, the Aquarium, and Botanical Gardens, AirDance, and Gabby’s Handmade Soaps to name a few. The museum staff, teachers, and counselors were assisted daily by our teenage volunteers. All made this a fantastic summer for experiencing science, history, and art!
Quotes from Camps “I enjoyed our guests – women speakers – from the University of New Mexico, Sandia National Labs, and a current Junior Docent from this museum.” - STEMinists camper Educator Estrellita Romero
“Creative camp! I loved the project ‘You can do anything’ with the random materials provided.” ARTifacts camper
RIO RANCHO PS OUTREACH The museum’s education staff, with the help from education docents, partnered with the Rio Rancho Public Schools by offering science activities to approximately 4500 students from ten elementary schools during their S.A.F.E. after-school program.
HOMESCHOOL 2017 - 2018 The museum’s homeschool program has continued to grow under the direction of David Gibson, Museum Educator. There were 320 students who were reached this year, all of whom enthusiastically participated in programs such as Radiation and the Atom 1-2-3, Science Friction, and Inventors and Inventions.
JUNIOR DOCENT PROGRAM Under the guidance of Mollie Fullerton, Education Coordinator, the junior docent program reached out to several high school students this year who honed in on their presentation skills by offering demonstrations to museum visitors. Four of the junior docents wrote and performed the demonstrations for the Einstein Gala, with support from David Gibson and Mollie Fullerton of the Education Department.
SCIENCE ON TAP “Science on Tap” was hosted for its sixth year, presenting a series of informal talks at local breweries and restaurants on a wide range of topics in science and technology. “Science on Tap” is a collaboration between numerous science and engineering departments at the University of New Mexico, the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History and Explora Science Center & Children’s Museum of Albuquerque. This event welcomed 198 guests in FY 2018
2018 EINSTEIN GALA
GALA STUDENT PRESENTERS
DAVID GIBSON, MUSEUM EDUCATOR
EXHIBITS & COLLECTIONS
THE MUSEUM ACCESSIONED 963 NEW ITEMS INTO PERMANENT COLLECTION Hightlighted items include the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21F-13 Fishbed which is the exciting new large collection item. And, Bill Pedace donated a collection of Electric Boat Company & General Dynamics First Day of Issue event cover cachet envelopes.
CRITICAL ASSEMBLY, THE SECRETS OF LOS ALAMOS 1944: AN INSTALLATION BY AMERICAN SCULPTOR JIM SANBORN
The “Critical Assembly” exhibit was relocated in December of 2018 to its permanent location inside the museum. This special exhibit, created by world renowned sculptor Jim Sanborn invited visitors to explore and study the recreations of the super secret experiments from the Manhattan Project’s atomic bomb program.
ATOMIC STEaM PHOTOGRAPHY
Eye on Fire by Gary Chavez
The Fourth Annual “Atomic STEaM Photography Show” was a huge success, displaying eighty photographs that were chosen in a juried competition that in some way related to the overall theme of science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics. The “Atomic STEaM Photography Show” was on display to the public in November and December of 2017, hosting 8,820 visitors.
MoPOP by Tami Moore
Ouray Splendor by Sarah Holcomb
STEaM in the Snow by Matthew Malkiewiczv
Structure by W. Gary Rivera
THE EUREKA EXHIBITION,
AN INTERACTIVE HISTORY OF SCIENCE FOR CHILDREN The museum hosted this engaging historical exhibit that covered the major eras of scientific innovation throughout history using hands-on experiments and educational workbenches. This unique, hand-crafted exhibition was developed by the Niccolai Group – Founders of the Museum of Leonardo da Vinci in Florence – and it was on display at the museum from February through April of 2018, hosting 25,810 visitors at that time. Sandia National Laboratories was the sponsor for this wonderful exhibition.
PICTURES FROM THE MUSEUM:
A VISUAL EXPLORATION OF THE NUCLEAR AGE This special exhibition, created by New Mexico Photographer, Gregg Albracht, invited guests to visit the past through his 20 artistic images captured over multiple years at the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, and rediscover the nuclear age through visual exploration. “Pictures from the Museum” was on display June through the middle of October in 2018, and it hosted over 26,000 visitors during that time.
WHAT’S UP WITH U
“What’s Up With U” is a New Mexico Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) funded exhibit that partnered the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History with researchers and students from the University of New Mexico and New Mexico Tech to investigate all things Uranium. This special exhibition at the museum was made possible through partnerships with the University of New Mexico, Wyoming Department of Environment Quality, University of California – Riverside, Rodman & Renshaw, U.S. Geological Survey, New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology, Boston University, Navajo Technological University, Scholle Petrographic LLC and the New Mexico Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources.
PALO VERDE GENERATING STATION
The Palo Verde Generating Station, part of the Arizona Public Service generation fleet, financially supported an update of their portion of the Energy Encounter exhibition in 2018. This includes an educational and engaging large-scale video screen telling the visitor how Palo Verde produces energy using Nuclear power as well as where and how that energy is consumed. An overhead interactive floor projection system was also installed, allowing visitors to use their feet to “split atoms” to create energy to try and power a city.
B-47E STRATOJET RESTORATION
New Mexico’s only Boeing B-47E Stratojet, serial number 53-2280, one of only 23 surviving B-47 airplanes in existence, was successfully restored in the spring and summer of 2018. The B-47 Stratojet, with a wing span of 116 feet, was a long-range, six-engine, jet-powered strategic bomber designed to fly at high subsonic speeds and at high altitudes to avoid enemy interception. The B-47’s mission was primarily to deliver nuclear ordnance on designated targets. Restoration of this iconic airplane was completed in the fall of 2018 with the help of staff and three dedicated volunteers, Steve Glover, Charles Milliken, and Tom StAubin, who donated 282.5 hours to the project. Generous financial support and in-kind donations were provided George and Leona Libman and the Flying Heritage and Combat Armor Museum along with many others.
VOLUNTEERS Judith Mead, Volunteer Jim Walther, Museum Director
Docent, Ben Petterson
During FY 2018, the museum’s committed volunteers contributed 14,248.07 hours of time to the museum. Multiple volunteer training sessions where held during this time which included six Brown Bag events, two Round Table Events, three Coffee Breaks, and one Potential Volunteer Information Session. The museum staff was proud to welcome 15 new volunteers during 2018. At the annual holiday awards banquet for volunteers, held in December of 2017, Haley Gibson received the Outstanding Student Award. Haley contributed to educational programs and served as volunteer staff for homeschool camps, summer camps, and holiday camps, as well as assisted with outreach programs. The Maydew-Jeblick Award was given to Larry Costin. Larry has volunteered at the museum since 2009, and has contributed in many ways over the years. Larry organizes the museum’s Brown Bag educational series by recruiting and working with the presenters and finding interesting places for our volunteers to visit. Larry also assisted with educational programs, STEM Week, and Nuclear Science Week.
Docent, Larry Costin
Docent, Jose Juvea
• Finance and Administration: Jeannette Gould • Curatorial and Collections: Betty Montano & Dick Prinz • Building and Grounds: Bob Stearley • Education: Terry Leighley • Exhibits: Emily Delcoure (intern) • Museum Store: Mary Jean Murphy • Marketing and Public Relations: Tamara Lopez (intern)
65,995 VISITORS IN THE FISCAL YEAR OF 2018
112 FACILITY RENTALS - WELCOMING 5,757 EVENT ATTENDEES
2 TOURS TO THE HISTORIC TRINITY SITE - APRIL - OCTOBER - 205 GUESTS
3,745 EXPERIENCED THE MUSEM IN A GROUP TOUR
FISCAL YEAR 2018 - 5,070 MEMBERS - 122 EINSTEN SOCIETY MEMBERS
NUCLEAR SCIENCE WEEK
Nuclear Science Week (NSW) is an international, broadly observed celebration to focus local, regional, national and international interest on all aspects of nuclear science. In 2017, NSW was recognized for the seventh year on the third week of October, and the NSW â&#x20AC;&#x153;Big Eventâ&#x20AC;? took place in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Activities during the week were intended to build awareness of the contributions of the nuclear science industry and those who work in it every day, and the social media initiative for the week-long celebration hit 25 million impressions. Sponsors for the 2017 Nuclear Science Week celebration included Albert I. Pierce Foundation, Sandia National Laboratories, North American Young Generation in Nuclear and URENCO Ltd., LLC.
21ST ANNUAL EINSTEIN GALA
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History hosted the 21st Annual Einstein Gala, New Mexicoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s biggest science party of the year, on March 31, 2018, welcoming 320 attendees and raising over $24,000. The Museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest fundraising event introduced intricate science experiments performed by Museum junior volunteers, a unique silent auction, dinner among some of the most brilliant minds in science, local entertainment throughout the evening and an opportunity to honor an exceptional organization with the 2018 National Award of Nuclear Science & History. The recipient for this award was Dr. Alan Stern, Executive Director of the Southwest Research Institute, Space Science and Engineering Division. The 21st Annual Einstein Gala sponsors included NASA/ JPL and Sandia National Laboratories, URENCO, USA, with media sponsorship by 99.5 Magic-FM and 93.3 KOB-FM.
Frederick and Andrea Bermudez
Ted and Leeondra Schuler-Sandy
Wayne and Mary Pat Laslie
Jerry Adams, Foundation President, Dave Gallagher, Sam Sokolow, Dr. Alan Stern, and Jim Walther, Museum Director
Judith Mead and Hal Behl with award recipent and student STEM honorees
ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDER AMERICAN HERITAGE FETIVAL
Tradition and the performing arts collided in an exciting display of music, dancing, and mesmerizing handson activities on Saturday, May 12, 2018, at the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History’s 22nd Annual Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Festival. The museum, in partnership with the Sandia National Laboratories Asian Leadership Outreach Committee, welcomed 629 visitors to the event that celebrated the cultural ancestry, native languages, and unique experiences represented among ethnic groups from Asia and the Pacific.
MOVIE UNDER THE WINGS Sponsor: Lybration Systems Management and Metro Commercial Realty.
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History welcomed 270 guests to enjoy “Movie Under the Wings,” a unique outdoor movie event in the museum’s Heritage Park where visitors viewed the iconic movie, Apollo 13, while sitting among the iconic aircraft in the museum’s nine-acre outdoor exhibit area on June 16, 2018.
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GENERAL PROGRAMS PRIVATE $263,241SUPPORT $267,000
MANAGEMENT $294,181 PUBLIC SUPPORT $332,890 FUNDRAISING $132,187
MUSEUM PROGRAMS $1,458,084
EARNED SUPPORT $1,914,754
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SPECIAL EVENTS $66,438
GENERAL PROGRAMS MEMBERSHIPS $263,241 $227,954
CONTRACTED SERVICES $525,000
MANAGEMENT $294,181 PROGRAM SERVICES FUNDRAISING $300,348 $132,187 MEMBERSHIP $65,107 STORE SALES EDUCATION $349,258 $410,954
MUSEUM PROGRAMS $1,458,084
EXPENSES GENERAL PROGRAMS $263,241
MUSEUM PROGRAMS $1,458,084
MEMBERSHIP $65,107 EDUCATION $410,954
EARNED SPECIAL EVENTS $66,438
OTHER INCOME $6,892
MEMBERSHIPS $227,954 CONTRACTED SERVICES $525,000
PROGRAM SERVICES $300,348
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