Articles by I. Michael Heyman

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Looking to the Future

Five years of heading the Smithsonian continues a proud legacy, but much remains to be done

A Passion for Learning

The opportunity to broaden one's horizons at the Smithsonian is a job perk to be relished

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Two for the Road

Changes mean a bright future for the National Museum of American Art and the National Portrait Gallery

Dwarf mongoose at the National Zoo

Creature Keepers

Conservation and research remain key elements in the National Zoo's ever-expanding programs

Anacostia Museum

A New Day Begun

Committed to its community, the Smithsonian's Anacostia Museum sets lofty goals for the future

Designing Women

The Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt Museum continues to expand the mission of the sisters who founded it

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In Praise of Modern Art

With a growing collection and innovative programs, the Hirshhorn museum celebrates its first 25 years

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Out of Africa and Onto The Mall–and Beyond

A Museum Partnership

Working together, the Smithsonian's Freer and Sackler Galleries are gaining distinction in Asian art

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Looking Back and Ahead

With regret but a legacy of accomplishment, the Secretary plans to leave the Smithsonian in December

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Saving Our Treasures

A devoted keeper of the past, the National Museum of American History looks ahead to the Millennium

National Museum of Natural History

Expanding a Mission

The National Museum of Natural History aims to become a hub for science education

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Our Future in Flight

With a new facility in the works, the National Air and Space Museum prepares for the 21st century

The Smithsonian Castle

Engaging a Child's Mind

At the Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center, the museums are a classroom for the very young

The Postal Museum

Dispatches from the Past

An exhibition at the Postal Museum commemorates the centennial of the Klondike/Alaska gold rush

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Why Save the Flag?

Preserving the Star-Spangled Banner reflects our ongoing effort to establish a more perfect union

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One Under the Sun

With a newly refurbished logo, the Smithsonian reaffirms its unity of purpose

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Long May It Wave

The Smithsonian embarks on an ambitious project to preserve the Star-Spangled Banner

Charting a New Course

Establishing a permanent marine station heralds an era of progress for Smithsonian research

Canyon de Chelly National Monument

A Future in Pictures

Computer technology is expanding the way we preserve and develop our photographic memory

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