Science Museum of Minnesota
Patrick Hamilton is the director of Global Change Initiatives at the Science Museum of Minnesota. He also is a board director of District Energy St. Paul. Hamilton has been producing energy and environmental exhibits and programs for the museum for 29 years. In recent years, these projects have included "Water," an international traveling exhibition developed in partnership with the American Museum of Natural History; "Big Back Yard," the museum’s outdoor environmental science park, and "Science House," the museum’s net-zero energy building. Hamilton’s current project is "Future Earth" — exhibits and programs that explore the implications of humans as the dominant agents of global change. Away from the museum, Hamilton and his wife J. like to kayak and grow organic, blue-ribbon-winning plums and peaches in Saint Paul.
See Hamilton's program director bio for more info.