Partners in Education

We believe that scientists have no greater responsibility than to communicate their work, sharing their discoveries to inspire others in the pursuit of knowledge. We also believe that collaboration is just as important to the development of innovative and engaging educational programs as it is for effectively advancing science.



Our Educational Partners

The BBPI is proud to have so many partners equally dedicated to creating innovative and engaging educational opportunities for lifelong learners, and we welcome proposals from other groups with similar vision.



Field station: dinosaurs

Field Station: Dinosaurs is the premier dinosaur attraction in the country, and fun, engaging programs are just one of the things they do best.  The BBPI is proud to be the Official Scientific and Educational partner of Field Station: Dinosaurs.


Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University is the oldest natural history museum in the New World. For over 200 years, the Academy has explored the remarkable diversity of our natural world, sharing these discoveries with the public through extraordinary collections, innovative exhibits, educational programming, and publications.

The BBPI is extremely proud to develop and implement educational programming with this distinguished institution.  The Academy is also the official repository for all specimens collected during our field expeditions. 



The BBPI has partnered with Rocky Mountain College to create one of the few for-credit courses in field paleontology.  Learn how to find, document, and excavate vertebrate fossils.  Truly an amazing opportunity and a life-changing experience!  


Yellowstone-bighorn research association

YBRA has been one of the country's premiere earth science field camps for over 80 years, and serves as base camp and home to the BBPI's summer field expeditions.  


Boys & Girls Club

The BBPI is proud to partner with the Boys and Girls Club in Red Lodge, Montana, to offer an exciting dinosaur-themed summer camp in 2017 through 2019 and beyond.