Staff Directory 2

                                                  

Staff Directory - Page 2

Robert Feeney
Curator
Material Culture & Technology

Robert has been fascinated with archaeology and early technology since a young age. He holds a Master's Degree in History and a Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology from Florida Atlantic University. He has excavated dinosaurs in the American West, explored World War One sites in Egypt, Jordan, and Israel, and helped to map shipwrecks along the Florida coastline. He has worked in the field of archaeology for over 20 years. He is currently writing two books. He has a passion for antique diving equipment, 19th century electric telegraph systems, early photographic technology, military history, and arms and armor conservation. He is a certified SCUBA instructor and a member of the Explorer's Club of New York.

Shana Campbell
Education Director

With nearly a decade of teaching and camp experience as well as outreach and ELO experience, she will help grow the Museum’s vision by expanding educational opportunities internally and externally.

Shana enjoys working with children and has two of her own. She is first-aid and CPR certified. She graduated from FAU with a BFA and had certifications in art education, special education with ASD endorsement, and elementary education. She brings a varied experience that will be incorporated into our after school and camp programs to keep children engaged and challenged.

(561) 275-6233
scampbell@pbmnh.org

Luis Torres
Paleontology Collections Manger

Having a love for the natural sciences ever since childhood, Mr. Torres knew he would be involved in the creatures that either do or once did call Earth home. He obtained a Bachelors of Science degree from Florida Atlantic University in 2018 and, after a period of time working in a biological laboratory setting, decided to return to Florida Atlantic University to obtain a Masters of Science in Geology in order to further pursue his reignited interest in Paleontology. While still working as for the university as a Laboratory Technician, Luis is still working on his Masters of Science degree and possibly obtain a PhD in the future. His interests include all paleontological life, but with a special interest in the Cenozoic and the Ice Age faunas of Florida.

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