CMU: Life Beyond the Classroom Walls
February 24 - September 30, 2011
Museum of Cultural and Natural History
(Rowe Hall, corner of Bellows and Mission)
"CMU: Life Beyond the Classroom Walls," on display through September 30th at CMU's Museum of Cultural and Natural History, includes rarely seen artifacts, such as apparel, memorabilia, and unique photographs. New technologies include touch screen monitors that give visitors the opportunity to delve deeper into topics that interest them and short video productions for kids featuring many members of CMU's collegiate athletic teams. Other exhibits include hands-on activities for children and displays that illustrate life in the dorms, CMU traditions, and "Life and Love," which documents relationships that began at CMU.
More than 15 exhibit cases will line the enlarged special exhibit area filled with CMU artifacts, making this the largest temporary exhibit in museum history. The Museum of Cultural and Natural History is located on the first floor of Rowe Hall and is open weekdays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and weekends 1 to 5 p.m. except for university holidays.The museum and the exhibits--designed and built by students of the Museum Studies Program--are open free of charge as a public service to the citizens of Michigan.
For more information call 989-774-3829.