Michigan State University

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10:00 AM-5:00 PM. Closed Through January 31, 2022

Harrison Adams

Science Gallery Mediator

Major: Statistics
Minors: "Data Science" and "Economics and Business"

Harrison Adams is a Science Gallery mediator at the MSU Museum, his primary responsibility is to talk to visitors about the current Science Gallery exhibit at the Museum "Tracked & Traced". 

Learn more about Harrison

Where are you from?
Grand Blanc, MI

What is you major and academic year?

What interested you in your position at the MSU Museum?
I particularly enjoy the variety of my work. No two days working at the Science Gallery are alike! We get the chance to work Museum events, mediate the exhibition, interview people for the podcast and much more.

How long have you been working with the MSU Museum?
This is my first semester working at the Museum.

What is your favorite part of your work?
I get to engage in fascinating in-depth conversations with the Museum guests about this year’s exhibition "Traced & Traced". Every day I get to meet so many people that share their unique perspectives on the world around us. It is always exciting to hear the Museum guests’ thoughts and feelings on surveillance and technology and to witness how guests are impacted by the exhibits of "Traced & Traced".

What is your favorite exhibit at the MSU Museum?
Unsurprisingly, my favorite exhibit at the Museum is the Science Gallery’s "Traced & Traced" exhibit. A close second to this one though is the "Science on a Sphere" exhibit.

What do you do in your free time?
In my free time I am quite active. I like to mountain and road bike and I swim with the MSU swim club. Additionally, I enjoy spending time with friends especially in the outdoors no matter the season.

What is your dream job?
My dream job is to be a software engineer. I am particularly interested in developing and bettering machine learning and AI algorithms.

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