Made possible by a grant from Fujifilm, a National Zoo partner in conservation education, this new, post-doctoral residency program builds on the Zoo's tradition of training students in a variety of disciplines and inspiring them to pursue careers in animal care, conservation science and science education.
"Fujifilm is proud to revitalize the National Zoo's curatorial program," said Celia Spence, Vice President, Environmental and Safety Affairs, FUJIFILM Holdings America Corporation. "Caring for and preserving the environment is at the core of all of Fujifilm's activities, and our sponsorship of the curatorial residency at the National Zoo is a symbol of that commitment to the next generation of conservation leaders."
Fujifilm's sponsorship of the Curatorial Residency at the Smithsonian's National Zoo is one component in its corporate social responsibility platform, which fosters environmental consciousness while supporting Fujifilm's sustainable business priorities. As a funder of the Fujifilm Giant Panda Habitat and Asia Trail and as a member of the National Zoo's Partners in Conservation Education program, Fujifilm is proud to have been a leader in supporting the National Zoo.