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April 5, 2019—After 12 years of leading the Putnam Museum & Science Center through
some major changes, growth and exhibits, president/CEO Kim Findlay
plans to retire June 30. Read the full Quad-City Times article about Findlay's retirement here.
January 5, 2016—The Putnam Museum and Science Center got a sneak peek Sunday of a new global effort to record and archive a vast array of sounds.
The museum was chosen as one of five “beta” sites worldwide for a new type of giant-screen experience—interactive as well as visual. "It's not just a movie—it's an experience," President/CEO Kim Findlay said of the Global Soundscapes
project. "What we're promoting is citizen science." Read the full article at QConline.com here.