Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

JOB OPPORTUNITY: Scientific Officer (Outreach and Education Unit)

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JOB OPPORTUNITY: Scientific Officer (Outreach and Education Unit)


We are looking for an individual who will be part of the Outreach & Education team, to help in the Lee Kong Chian Natural History¬†Museum (LKCNHM).   Description The duties and responsibilities of the incumbent, in the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum (LKCNHM), include but are not limited to the following – Bring in

JOB OPPORTUNITY: Senior Scientific Officer/Scientific Manager (Outreach and Education Unit)


Description The duties and responsibilities of the incumbent, in the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum (LKCNHM), include but are not limited to the following – Manage the Outreach and Education Unit (OEU). Manage and handle enquiries regarding OEU. Bring in revenue to LKCNHM through conducting outreach and education programmes. Work with Museum Development Manager

Fun Facts: All About Reptiles


Today (October 21) is Reptile Awareness Day! On this day, we would like to shed light on four uncommon facts about our scaly friends. ūüėČ 1. Not all snakes swallow their prey whole Contrary to popular belief, some snakes rip their prey into smaller pieces instead of swallowing them whole. Scientists observed this unusual behaviour

Job Opportunity: Scientific Officer (Outreach and Education Unit)


Description The duties and responsibilities of the incumbent, in the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum (LKCNHM), include but are not limited to the following – Bring in revenue to LKCNHM through conducting outreach and education programmes. Work with Museum Development Manager to develop, secure sponsorships from external organisations, and execute sponsored education programmes. Coordinate

NIHA at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve


The outreach and education team of the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum had the privileged of hosting a group of health leaders from various countries. The participants were in Singapore for the 2015 NUS Initiative to Improve Health in Asia (NIHA) Leadership Development Program. Biodiversity and ecology play an important role not only in the

Love Gone Wild at Pulau Ubin!


Love was in the air last Saturday¬†at Pulau Ubin! On 14 February 2015, the outreach and education team of¬†the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum brought some couples and friends out for an exclusive romance-themed exploration of¬†Pulau Ubin. For this Valentine’s Day special,¬†participants explored the Sensory Trail with our guides, where they had a chance

LKCNHM featured in “Youths use their free time to go green”


The museum’s outreach and education unit was featured by Channel NewsAsia Singapore on 29 Dec 2014 in a spotlight on the environment and youths. Scientific Officer, Tammy Lim, spoke about how nature walks such as the Sunburst Environment Programme in Nov 2014 can help increase nature awareness and biodiversity conservation efforts among youths (from 4:01

Join us for our December Holiday Programmes


Learn about biodiversity and natural history with us this December holiday! Limited places are available. To sign up or find out more, please contact: Ms Tammy Lim (nhmlimt@nus.edu.sg). 1. Under the Sea! Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Which fairytale princess traded in her tail for legs? Many of the characters from children’s