The Museum of Natural History helps faculty communicate the latest scientific research to the community through exhibits and public programs.  

With over 100,000 visitors a year, including over 20,000 school children, many of whom are students from diverse and under-served communities, the Museum provides a targeted audience interested in the natural sciences. The Museum of Natural History is an excellent venue in which to develop public outreach programs and to display findings.

To Get Started

To discuss your project ideas please contact one of the museum staff below:

Amy Harris
Museum Director

Kira Berman
Education Director 

Alicia Comer
Science Outreach Grants Manager


If it is a good fit, plan to meet with Museum staff to work out the details.