May
20

Today in Smithsonian Bureaucracy: May 20, 1854

Today in Smithsonian Bureaucracy: May 20, 1854

May 20, 1854. A special committee of the Board of Regents issues a report that, among many other tedious things, allows Secretary Joseph Henry to hire assistants, but does not “require” him to hire assistants. You are allowed to read more about this report at the link, but you are not required to do so. Continue reading Today in Smithsonian Bureaucracy: May 20, 1854

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Mar
14

New Regents take up their duties and the Zoo’s longest-serving keeper lays his down

New Regents take up their duties and the Zoo’s longest-serving keeper lays his down

March 14, 2014 Coming? Going? Let your colleagues know! Submit items to torch@si.edu and put “On the Move” in the subject line. Be sure to include contact information and a picture as an attachment. We love pictures! Continue reading New Regents take up their duties and the Zoo’s longest-serving keeper lays his down

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