Student-developed displays are installed in various academic buildings across campus. Students going to class encounter displays that relate to their course work, adding another dimension to the learning process. These displays also bring attention to the Museum, the Museum Studies program and the study of material culture. Displays can be found in Anspach, Powers, and Brooks Halls. <
Museum staff installed educational displays and created teacher manuals for four local elementary schools. The materials correspond to learning benchmarks for students in all grade levels. <
- Ganiard Elementary School
- Vowels Elementary School
- Fancher Elementary School
- Mary McGuire Elementary School
Museum faculty, staff and students consult with other companies and museums around the state, including ones like these:
Antique Toy and Fire House Museum: The owner of a private Antique Toy and Fire House Museum enlisted the help of a team from CMU's Museum and Museum Studies program to help bring it up to museum standards and prepare it for a public space.
The Carroll Collection: The owner of a private Carroll Shelby collection enlisted the help of a
team from CMU’s Museum and Museum Studies program to help bring it up to museum
standards and prepare it for a public space.
Veteran's Memorial Library hosted a display of ethnic dolls from around the world in 2008-09. <