Museology Master of Arts Program

community engagement

April 6, 2021

Connecting Generations: A Toolkit for Children’s Museums to Engage with Retirement Communities

Project Thesis by Gloria Yates

Supporting Religious Literacy through Interpretive Planning at the Northwest African American Museum

Project Thesis by Melody Smith

Exploring Climate Change and Community Engagement in the Museum

Research Thesis by Danielle Sakowski

Decolonizing the Narrative: Preserving Oral History in a Diasporic Community

Project Thesis by Felicia Rova-Chamroeun

Stories of Our Nuclear Past and Present: Creation of Interactive Visualizations through Engagement with Downwinder Communities

Project Thesis by Kate Norgon

Connecting History to Community A Framework for Permanent Exhibits at the ASUW Shell House

Project Thesis by Brooke McCulloch

A Plate at the Potluck: Sharing Food and Immigrant Stories

Project Thesis by Brandi Mason

Engagement and Action Through Community Co-Curation: Developing “Finding Balance: Carbon Storylines 1.1”

Project Thesis by Lianna Hamby

“Mapping Truths”: Reflecting a Community

Project Thesis by Siri Benn

February 4, 2020

Training Students for the Future of Museums – Community Engagement (Course Highlight)

In Fall Quarter 2019, the University of Washington Museology Graduate Program was pleased to offer our Community Engagement course for the second time, taught by Dr. Meena Selvakumar.  Meena has a long history with community engagement. “The very first project that I led and for which I received a federal grant was to develop a…

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