America’s most influential behavioral scientist is B. F. Skinner. His behavioral science discoveries have impacted training and applications for many areas including: animal training, working with students and those with autism, occupational behavior management, and education. He published 180 articles and 21 books. He also wrote over 3500 unpublished notes.
The Hutchings Museum in Lehi, Utah houses natural and cultural artifacts from across the globe. These collections have enabled the museum to focus very intently on many important programs such as conservation, history, paleontology, archaeology, technology, education, and various hands-on projects to inspire curiosity in adults and children alike. The primary focus of the museum is to provide opportunities for education, exploration, and community impact.