The Info List - Woodrow Wilson Center

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Jane Harman
Jane Harman
(Director), Frederic V. Malek (Chairman), Rex Tillerson
Rex Tillerson
(Board of Directors)

Affiliations Smithsonian Institution

Website http://www.wilsoncenter.org

This article is part of a series about Woodrow Wilson

Early Life Boyhood home South Carolina
South Carolina
home President of Princeton University Campaign for Governor of New Jersey

President of the United States


First Term

1912 campaign


1st Inauguration

Women's suffrage

Suffrage parade

The New Freedom Silent Sentinels Federal Reserve Act Clayton Antitrust Act Federal Trade Commission United States occupation of Veracruz Pancho Villa Expedition Coalfield War Daylight saving time Banana Wars

Second Term

1916 campaign


2nd Inauguration

18th Amendment 19th Amendment

World War I

World War I

Zimmermann Telegram Thrasher incident Entry into war Against Austria-Hungary Against Germany American home front Espionage Act Fourteen Points Wilsonian Armenia Paris Peace Conference Big Four Treaty of Versailles League of Nations

Judicial appointments Wilson House Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
School Wilson Center Presidential Library Wilsonianism

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The Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
International Center for Scholars (or Wilson Center), located in Washington, D.C., is a United States Presidential Memorial that was established as part of the Smithsonian Institution by an act of Congress in 1968. It is also a highly recognised think tank, ranked among the top ten in the world.[1] Named in honor of President Woodrow Wilson, the only President of the United States to hold a PhD,[2] its mission is "to commemorate the ideals and concerns of Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
by: providing a link between the world of ideas and the world of policy; and fostering research, study, discussion, and collaboration among a full spectrum of individuals concerned with policy and scholarship in national and world affairs."[3]


1 Organization 2 Funding 3 Administration 4 Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
Awards 5 Programs

5.1 Africa Program 5.2 Asia Program 5.3 Brazil Institute 5.4 Canada Institute 5.5 Cold War International History Project 5.6 Environmental Change and Security Program 5.7 History and Public Policy Program 5.8 Kennan Institute 5.9 Kissinger Institute on China and the United States 5.10 Mexico Institute 5.11 Middle East Program 5.12 North Korea International Documentation Project 5.13 Science and Technology Innovation Program (STIP)

6 See also 7 References 8 External links


The Ronald Reagan Building
Ronald Reagan Building
and International Trade Center, where the Wilson Center is located.

The Center was established within the Smithsonian Institution, but it has its own board of trustees, composed both of government officials and of individuals from private life appointed by the President of the United States. The Center's director and staff include scholars, publishers, librarians, administrators, and support staff, responsible to the trustees for carrying out the mission of the Center. The trustees and staff are advised by a group of private citizens called the Wilson Council. Interns, usually undergraduate or graduate students, support the activities of visiting scholars and staff while learning the business of top-level research. Most of the Center's staff form specialized programs and projects covering broad areas of study. These programs and projects organize and host conferences and seminars, and support many kinds of research, communication, and publication on topics relevant to their areas. The Center also publishes a digital magazine, the Wilson Quarterly. In 2013 and again in 2014, the Wilson Center was ranked by the Go To Think Tank Report at the University of Pennsylvania
University of Pennsylvania
as one of the top ten think tanks in the world. The 2014 rankings named the Wilson Center as 5th best overall in the United States, 4th in the world for international development, 8th in the world for international affairs, and 27th in defense and national security. It was also ranked the "#1 think tank to watch" in the United States and 11th best-managed think tank in the world.[4] Funding[edit] The Center is a public-private partnership. Approximately one-third of the Center's operating funds come annually from an appropriation from the U.S. government, and the Center itself is housed in a wing of the Ronald Reagan Building, a federal office building where the Center enjoys a 30-year rent-free lease. The remainder of the Center's funding comes from foundations, grants and contracts, corporations, individuals, endowment income, and subscriptions.[citation needed] Because of its historic reliance on congressional appropriations, the Center posts on its website a Plan for Federal Funding Hiatus[5] Administration[edit]

Relief and inscription in the Memorial Hallway of the Woodrow Wilson Center

The Board of Trustees, currently led by Chairman Frederic V. Malek, are appointed to six-year terms by the President of the United States. Trustees serve on various committees including executive, audit and finance, development, investment, fellowship, and investment policy.[6]

Director, President, and CEO of the Wilson Center: Jane Harman

Board of Directors

Chairman: Frederic V. Malek, Founder and Chairman, Thayer Lodging Group, a Brookfield Property Private citizen members:

Peter J. Beshar, Executive Vice President & General Counsel, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. Thelma Duggin, President, AnBryce Foundation Barry S. Jackson, Managing Director, The Lindsey Group and Strategic Advisor, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck David Jacobson, Former U.S. Ambassador to Canada and Vice Chair, BMO Financial Group Nathalie Rayes, Vice President of Public Affairs, Grupo Salinas Earl W. Stafford, Chief Executive Officer, The Wentworth Group, LLC Jane Watson Stetson, Philanthropist Louis Susman, Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom

Public members:

Jon Parrish Peede, Acting Chairman, National Endowment for the Humanities Don J. Wright, Acting Secretary, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services David Ferriero, Archivist of the United States Carla D. Hayden, Librarian of Congress Rex W. Tillerson, Secretary, U.S. Department of State Elisabeth DeVos, Secretary, U.S. Department of Education David J. Skorton, Secretary, Smithsonian Institution

Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
Awards[edit] Each year, the Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
Center gives out several awards recognizing members of the community who have shown an outstanding commitment to President Woodrow Wilson's dream of integrating politics, scholarship, and policy for the common good. Recipients fall into two award categories, those receiving the award for Public Service, and those receiving the award for Corporate Citizenship. Awardees are selected by the Board, and distributed at dinners benefitting the Center in different locations each year. Programs[edit] Most of the Center's staff form specialized programs and projects covering broad areas of study.[7] There are approximately 14 programs, some of which are described below. Africa Program[edit] Established in 1999, the Wilson Center's Africa Program focuses on international affairs issues as affect Africa, conducts programmatic work to train and mentor rising leaders in Burundi
and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and facilitates meetings between the policymaking communities of Washington, DC, and Africa.[8] Its current director is Monde Muyangawa.[9] Asia Program[edit] The Wilson Center's Asia Program analyzes the politics, policy, culture, and issues of the broader Asia-Pacific region, encompassing a region stretching from Afghanistan to Japan.[10] Brazil Institute[edit] Since its founding in 2006, the Brazil Institute has focused on analyzing and convening panels to discuss the politics, economics, and global profile of Brazil.[11] Canada Institute[edit] Founded in 2001, the Canada Institute analyzes Canada-U.S. relations, trade, and Canada's international role as polar ice melts.[12] Cold War International History Project[edit] Main article: Cold War International History Project The Cold War International History Project (CWIHP) supports the full and prompt release of historical materials by governments on all sides of the Cold War, seeking to integrate new sources, materials and perspectives from the former "Communist bloc" with the historiography of the Cold War. In particular, it disseminates new information and perspectives from previously inaccessible sources from the former Communist world on the history of the Cold War. In 2011, the Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
International Center for Scholars partnered with East China Normal University
East China Normal University
(ECNU), Shanghai, to launch the ECNU-Wilson Center Cold War Studies Initiative, it is supported by the Wilson Center's flagship Cold War International History Project (CWIHP) and ECNU's Cold War International Studies Center, the first Cold War Studies center in China. Environmental Change and Security Program[edit] Main article: Environmental Change and Security Program The Environmental Change and Security Program (ECSP) was founded in 1994 to explore the connections among environmental, health, and population dynamics and their links to conflict, human insecurity, and foreign policy. History and Public Policy Program[edit] Main article: History and Public Policy Program The History and Public Policy Program (HAPP) at the Woodrow Wilson Center focuses on the relationship between history and policy making and seeks to foster open, informed and non-partisan dialogue on historically relevant issues. Kennan Institute[edit] Main article: Kennan Institute The Kennan Institute
Kennan Institute
(KI), founded in 1974 as a division of the Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
International Center for Scholars, is committed to improving American understanding of Russia and the successor states to the Soviet Union. Kissinger Institute on China and the United States[edit] The Kissinger Institute analyzes the political, economic, historical, and cultural relationships between the United States and China. Named after Henry A. Kissinger, who as secretary of state was instrumental in opening diplomatic relations between the U.S. and China.[13] Its current director is Robert Daly.[14] Mexico Institute[edit] The Wilson Center's Mexico Institute conducts original research and analysis on Mexico's economy, convenes meetings, and proposes public policies.[15] The institute focuses on five key areas: Mexico's security and rule of law, economic competitiveness (both of Mexico and the transnational economies along the border), migration, the U.S-Mexico border, and energy issues. Middle East Program[edit] The Middle East Program, launched in 1998, analyzes geopolitical, cultural, and social trends in the Middle East and North Africa region.[16] From May 8 until August 21, 2007, Dr. Haleh Esfandiari, then-director of the Middle East Program, was imprisoned in Tehran, Iran, in the Evin Prison.[17] She was released on bail and had her passport returned to her on September 2, 2007. Esfandiari was then permitted to leave Iran.[18] As of 2015, the current director of the Middle East Program is Dr. Henri Barkey.

The History and Public Policy Program (HAPP) sponsored this 2009–2010 exhibit in the Memorial Hallway, Polish People's Republic—So Far Away and So Close By, which depicted key events in Polish history from 1944 to 1989.[19]

North Korea International Documentation Project[edit] Main article: North Korea International Documentation Project The North Korea International Documentation Project translates and disseminates newly declassified documents about North Korea, largely drawing from its former communist allies.[20] The documents are then distributed on the Wilson Center's Digital Archive site and curated in the project's dossier series.[21] Science and Technology Innovation Program (STIP)[edit] STIP focuses on understanding bottom-up, public innovation; top-down, policy innovation; and, on supporting responsible and equitable practices at the point where new technology and existing political, social, and cultural processes converge.   See also[edit]

The Wilson Quarterly, the center's journal Murray Feshbach A National Strategic Narrative


^ [1][dead link] ^ "Wilson, Woodrow".  ^ "About Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
International Center for Scholars". Wilsoncenter.org. Retrieved 2014-02-01.  ^ http://repository.upenn.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1008&context=think_tanks ^ https://www.wilsoncenter.org/sites/default/files/wilson_center_plan_for_possible_lapse_in_federal_appropriation_revised_august_2015.pdf ^ "Leadership". 7 June 2011.  ^ "Programs @ The Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
Center". Wilsoncenter.org. Retrieved 2014-02-01.  ^ "The Burundi
Leadership Training Program". Wilson Center. 2008-01-25. Retrieved 2017-11-12.  ^ "Monde Muyangwa". Wilson Center. Retrieved 2017-11-12.  ^ "About". Wilson Center. Retrieved 2017-11-12.  ^ "About". Wilson Center. Retrieved 2017-11-12.  ^ "About". Wilson Center. Retrieved 2017-11-12.  ^ "About". Wilson Center. Retrieved 2017-11-12.  ^ "Robert Daly". 22 July 2011.  ^ "About". 11 July 2011.  ^ "About". 11 July 2011.  ^ Wright, Robin (May 8, 2007). "Tehran Jails Iranian American Scholar After Long House Arrest". The Washington Post.  ^ "Freed Scholar Leaves Iran to Meet Family". The New York Times. Associated Press. September 3, 2007. [dead link] ^ "Photo Exhibition: Polish People's Republic—So Far Away and So Close By". Wilsoncenter.org. 2014-01-28. Retrieved 2014-02-01.  ^ "About". Wilson Center. Retrieved 2017-11-12.  ^ "NKIDP e-Dossier Series". 7 July 2011. 

External links[edit]

Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
International Center for Scholars The Wilson Center Digital Archive of once-secret documents from governments all across the globe The Wilson Quarterly, a digital magazine published by the Wilson Center

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American think tanks

Washington, D.C.

Northeast Washington

Ward 5

Center of Concern

Ward 6

American Foreign Policy Council Center on Budget and Policy Priorities Center for Public Justice The Heritage Foundation International Intellectual Property Institute Mathematica Policy Research Niskanen Center World Resources Institute

Northwest Washington

Ward 2

American Principles Project American Security Council Foundation Americans for the Arts The Arab Gulf States Institute Atlantic Council Atlas Network The Atlas Society Bipartisan Policy Center Capital Research Center Cato Institute Center for a New American Security Center for Advanced Defense Studies Center for American Progress Center for Economic and Policy Research Center for European Policy Analysis Center for Global Development Center on Global Interests Center for Immigration Studies Center for International Policy Center for Public Integrity Center for the National Interest Center for Security Policy Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget Competitive Enterprise Institute Constitution Project Cordell Hull Institute Corporation for Enterprise Development Economic Policy Institute Eisenhower Institute Employee Benefit Research Institute Employment Policies Institute Endowment for Middle East Truth Eno Center for Transportation Enough Project Foundation for Defense of Democracies Free Africa Foundation Freedom House German Marshall Fund Global Integrity Guttmacher Institute Hispanic American Center for Economic Research Hudson Institute Independent Women's Forum Information Technology and Innovation Foundation Institute for America's Future Institute for Policy Studies Institute for State Effectiveness Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy Inter-American Dialogue International Center for Research on Women International Food Policy Research Institute Jamestown Foundation Jewish Institute for National Security of America Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies Migration Policy Institute National Endowment for Democracy New America Foundation Pew Research Center Progressive Policy Institute R Street Institute Resources for the Future Ripon Society Science and Technology Policy Institute The Stimson Center Tax Foundation Third Way Thomas B. Fordham Institute United States Institute of Peace Urban Institute Urban Land Institute U.S. Council on Competitiveness The Washington Institute for Near East Policy Woodrow Wilson
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International Center for Scholars World Affairs Councils of America Think Tank Row: American Enterprise Institute Aspen Institute Brookings Institution Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Center for Strategic and International Studies Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies Peterson Institute for International Economics University of California, Washington Center

Ward 6

Institute for Science and International Security National Center for Public Policy Research

Southeast Washington

Ward 6

U.S. China Policy Foundation

Southwest Washington

Ward 6

New Democrat Network

American Northeast


General Electric EdgeLab Yankee Institute for Public Policy


Caesar Rodney Institute Let Freedom Ring, Inc.


Heritage Policy Center



Calvert Institute for Policy Research Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health


CASCI (College Park) Institute on the Constitution
Institute on the Constitution
(Pasadena) Minaret of Freedom Institute
Minaret of Freedom Institute



Beacon Hill Institute Boston
Municipal Research Bureau MassINC New Economy Coalition Pioneer Institute Tellus Institute


Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs Center for International Development Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Mathematica Policy Research National Bureau of Economic Research New England Complex Systems Institute


American Institute for Economic Research (Great Barrington) Global Development and Environment Institute
Global Development and Environment Institute
(Medford) Prison Policy Initiative (Northampton)

New Hampshire

Cornerstone Policy Research Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy

New Jersey


American Iranian Council Mathematica Policy Research Witherspoon Institute


John S. Watson Institute for Public Policy New Jersey
New Jersey
Policy Research Organization

New York


Empire Center for Public Policy The Hampton Institute Rockefeller Institute of Government

New York City

Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs Center for Family and Human Rights Center for Medicine in the Public Interest Center on International Cooperation The Century Foundation Council on Foreign Relations Demos Drum Major Institute EastWest Institute Gatestone Institute Human Rights Watch Initiative for Policy Dialogue Institute for New Economic Thinking Institute of Modern Russia Intelligent Community Forum Manhattan Institute for Policy Research National Bureau of Economic Research NOVA-MBA Association The Peter G. Peterson Foundation Roosevelt Institute Russell Sage Foundation Social Science Research Council Wall Street Ren World Policy Institute


Center for Development and Strategy
Center for Development and Strategy
(Buffalo) Center for Governmental Research (Rochester) The Hastings Center
The Hastings Center
(Garrison) Levy Economics Institute (Annandale-on-Hudson)



Foreign Policy Research Institute Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics Middle East Forum


Allegheny Institute for Public Policy (Pittsburgh) Commonwealth Foundation for Public Policy Alternatives (Harrisburg) Eisenhower Institute
Eisenhower Institute
(Gettysburg) Strategic Studies Institute
Strategic Studies Institute

Rhode Island

Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women Rhode Island
Rhode Island
Center for Freedom and Prosperity Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs


Ethan Allen Institute

American Midwest



Policy Institute Mathematica Policy Research


The Heartland Institute
The Heartland Institute
(Arlington Heights) Rockford Institute
Rockford Institute


Center for Excellence in Higher Education Indiana
Policy Review Foundation


Public Interest Institute


Policy Institute


Ann Arbor

Center for Automotive Research Mathematica Policy Research


Acton Institute
Acton Institute
(Grand Rapids) Mackinac Center for Public Policy (Midland) Philadelphia
Society (Jerome) W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research (Kalamazoo)


Center of the American Experiment Citizens League Freedom Foundation of Minnesota


Center for Social Development Seven Pillars Institute Show-Me Institute


Platte Institute for Economic Research



Battelle Memorial Institute Buckeye Institute Policy Matters Ohio


Policy Matters Ohio
(Cleveland) Taos Institute (Chagrin Falls)



Filene Research Institute MacIver Institute


Badger Institute Wisconsin
Institute for Law and Liberty

American South


Policy Institute


Advance Arkansas
Institute Arkansas
Policy Foundation


Foundation for Excellence in Education Foundation for Government Accountability James Madison Institute


Foundation for Economic Education Georgia Public Policy Foundation GTRI Office of Policy Analysis and Research India, China & America Institute


Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions


Pelican Institute


Center for Public Policy

North Carolina

Civitas Institute John Locke Foundation RTI International


Policy Institute

South Carolina

Palmetto Promise Institute



Center for Public Policy Priorities Texas
Public Policy Foundation


Center for U.S.–Mexico Immigration Analysis (Dallas) James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy (Houston)



Galen Institute International Assessment and Strategy Center


American Opportunity Center for Freedom and Prosperity Charles Koch Institute Committee for Economic Development Lexington Institute Mercatus Center Potomac Institute for Policy Studies Project 2049 Institute The Reform Institute State Policy Network


Center for Ethical Solutions (Lovettsville) Miller Center of Public Affairs (Charlottesville) Population Research Institute (Front Royal) Streit Council
Streit Council

West Virginia

The Arlington Institute

American West


Policy Forum


Goldwater Institute



Berkeley APEC Study Center Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability


Claremont Institute Rose Institute of State and Local Government

Los Angeles

Berggruen Institute Helena Group Reason Foundation


Independent Institute Mathematica Policy Research Pacific Institute

San Francisco

Pacific Research Institute Public Policy Institute of California WestEd

Santa Monica

Milken Institute RAND Corporation


Ayn Rand Institute
Ayn Rand Institute
(Irvine) California
Policy Center (Tustin) Hoover Institution
Hoover Institution
(Stanford) Keck Institute for Space Studies
Keck Institute for Space Studies
(Pasadena) SRI International
SRI International
(Menlo Park) World Business Academy (Santa Barbara)


Independence Institute Rocky Mountain Institute


Grassroot Institute Pacific Forum CSIS


Freedom Foundation


Property and Environment Research Center


Policy Research Institute

New Mexico

Rio Grande Foundation Santa Fe Institute


Cascade Policy Institute Oregon
Center for Public Policy


Libertas Institute Sutherland Institute



Economic Opportunity Institute National Bureau of Asian Research Washington Policy Center


Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise (Bellevue) Earth Economics
Earth Economics
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Liberty Group

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Woodrow Wilson

28th President of the United States
President of the United States
(1913–1921) 34th Governor of New Jersey
New Jersey
(1911–1913) 13th President of Princeton University
President of Princeton University


1913 inauguration

Suffrage Parade

1917 inauguration The New Freedom Clayton Antitrust Act Farm Loan Act Federal Employees' Compensation Act Federal Reserve System

Federal Reserve Act

Federal Income Tax amendment Federal Trade Commission
Federal Trade Commission

Federal Trade Commission

Revenue Act of 1913 Flag Day National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics Occupation of Haiti Bryan–Chamorro Treaty Philippine Autonomy Act World War I

entry campaigns home front Committee on Public Information Espionage Act of 1917 Selective Service Act of 1917 Four Minute Men Sedition Act of 1918 National War Labor Board The Inquiry American Commission to Negotiate Peace Paris Peace Conference, 1919 Treaty of Versailles The Big Four

Fourteen Points League of Nations


1919 Nobel Peace Prize Wilsonian Armenia Silent Sentinels Women's Suffrage amendment Roosevelt desk Judicial appointments

Supreme Court

Cabinet State of the Union Address 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1920


Birthplace and Presidential Library

papers and manuscripts

Boyhood home in Georgia Boyhood home in South Carolina Princeton University president Summer White House (Harlakenden Shadow Lawn) Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
House Gravesite


Congressional Government When a Man Comes to Himself The New Freedom
The New Freedom


New Jersey
New Jersey
gubernatorial election, 1910 1912 Democratic National Convention 1912 U.S. presidential election 1916 Democratic National Convention 1916 U.S. presidential election


Wilsonianism Woodrow Wilson
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Foundation Woodrow Wilson
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School of Public and International Affairs Celestial Sphere Woodrow Wilson
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Memorial Woodrow Wilson
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Bridge Woodrow Wilson
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National Fellowship Foundation U.S. Postage stamps U.S. Currency

Popular culture

Wilson (1944 film) Profiles in Courage (1965 series) Wilson (2013 book) Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
and the Birth of the American Century (2002 documentary)


Joseph Ruggles Wilson
Joseph Ruggles Wilson
(father) Jessie Janet Woodrow (mother) Ellen Axson Wilson
Ellen Axson Wilson
(wife, 1885–1914; death) Edith Bolling Wilson (wife, 1915–1924) Margaret Wilson (daughter) Jessie Wilson Sayre (daughter) Eleanor Wilson McAdoo
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo
(daughter) William McAdoo (son-in-law) Francis Sayre, Jr. (grandson) James Woodrow (maternal uncle)


Progressive Era Jefferson Literary and Debating Society

← William Howard Taft Warren G. Harding
Warren G. Harding


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American Art American History

Numismatic Collection

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Anacostia Arts and Industries Castle Cooper–Hewitt Design Freer Gallery of Art Hirshhorn Natural History

Barcode of Life Global Volcanism

Portrait Gallery Postal Renwick Gallery Arthur M. Sackler Gallery


National Zoological Park Uncle Beazley


Archives of American Art American Gardens Caribbean Coral Reef Ecosystems Program Conservation and restoration Archives Astrophysics Conservation Biology Environmental Research Libraries Marine Station Museum Conservation Institute

Migratory Bird

Tropical Research


Asian Pacific Latino Folklife and Cultural Heritage

Folklife Festival Folkways

Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra Smithsonian Global Sound


Air & Space Smithsonian magazine Smithsonian Channel


Affiliations James Smithson Ripley Center Science Education Traveling Exhibition Service Wilson Center (The Wilson Quarterly) Smithsonian Police

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