Dave is one of the Dinosaur Center's founders, but his history with paleontology goes back even further. He has worked with baby dinosaurs, eggs, new species, rare skin & soft tissue impressions, and even a mummy dinosaur! He shares his time as paleontologist between the Dinosaur Center & the Great Plains Dinosaur Museum and acts as a consultant for many others. He has 15 publications under his belt, including a book on climate change. More >>
Cory has been our Director since 2010, but started as a summer field instructor in 2008. He graduated from Montana State University in 2009 with a Bachelor's degree in Geology, taking a special interest in sedimentology. When not in the prep lab, Cory can be found out in the field searching for dinosaurs and minerals. In 2011, he discovered a possible new species of nodosaur, an armoured dinosaur.
Stacia started out at TMDC as an intern in 2013 and now works as our Assistant Director, managing day-to-day operations. She graduated from the University of Montana in 2014 with a bachelor's degree in Geoscience and is using that knowledge to help people better understand the geologic history of the Rocky Mountain Front region. Stacia's favorite animal is the horny toad. She has been known to incorporate the little critters into her tours.