Lindsay Bartholomew

Lindsay Bartholomew has over 14 years experience in formal and informal science education. Since joining the Museum in 2011, she has served a lead role in the writing and managing of federal grant projects from NASA, the National Science Foundation, the American Alliance of Museums and the Department of State, which involve collaborations with domestic and international museum partners. She has led science communication and outreach efforts on international research expeditions to the Arctic and Alaska, and most recently has played a key role as part of the team developing content and programs for major exhibitions at the new Frost Science.

Prior to joining the Museum, Lindsay worked on exhibit and program development teams at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, as well as other museums and science centers in Ohio, Scotland and Ireland. She also has experience in formal teaching, having been a high school science teacher in Namibia, and a professor of physics and astronomy at Kent State University. Bartholomew holds a master’s degree in physics and astronomy from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and a bachelor’s degree in physics and astronomy from Ohio State University.