Graduate Program

MFS Graduate Program - Museum Club

Come support the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History by helping with special project and events! The Museum Club provides great opportunities for professional development and networking for anyone interested in science, informal education, or museum work.

Mission

The Museum Club fosters exploration of the natural world by supporting student involvement in the operations of the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History.

Vision

The Museum Club strengthens the relationship between the Museum and the campus community through student-led, interdisciplinary exhibits, programming, and collaborations. The Museum Club creates opportunities for professional development in museum studies and provides the community with innovative museum content and interpretation.

Joining the Museum Club

The Museum Club supports the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History by organizing exhibits and hosting public programs and events. While most most members belong to the Museum & Field Studies Program, undergraduates and graduate students from other departments are welcome to participate.

For examples of past Museum Club projects, see the menu at left. To get involved, join the email list, below. Meetings are currently held once a month on Tuesdays; contact Dr. Jennifer Shannon for more information.

Undergraduate students who want to help the Museum may also be interested in the Student Advisory Board or in volunteer opportunities.

Email List

The Museum Club email list (museumclub) is used for discussion of club projects and events, as well as scheduling meetings. The list moderator is presently unfilled.

To subscribe, send an email to listproc@lists.Colorado.EDU with the contents of the message being:

subscribe museumclub Jane Doe

Replace "Jane Doe" with your full name, which appears on your CU email account.

To unsubscribe, send an email to listproc@lists.Colorado.EDU with the contents of the message being:

unsubscribe museumclub

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