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and Impact by the numbers
44
Courses
taught by
Museum faculty
128
Peer-reviewed
scientific publications
36,074
Hours donated by
567 volunteers
12,055
School Program
participants
11.7
Million
web page views
54
Independent
Studies
11.3
Billion known
potential viewership
of 2,186 Museum news
articles published
38
New grants and
contracts worth more
than $3.05 million
202
Graduate
committees served,
including 82 chaired
by Museum faculty
46
Explore Research
videos produced by
UF students
120,000
Teacher
Tube views of Explore
Research videos during
three-month period
Nearly
40
million
total specimens
309
Collection loans
of 20,480 specimens to
other institutions
The Florida Museum
of Natural History inspires
people to value the biological richness
and cultural heritage of our diverse
world and make a positive
difference in its future.
2,676
K-6
Summer Camps
participants
14,036
Public programs
attendees
2,455
Twitter followers
9,650
Pinterest followers
5,300
Facebook fans
163,888
Annual visitation
286,659
Database queries