Burke 101 is a program that puts you, as a visitor, in touch with current exhibits, relevant topics, and Burke collections and research — all with University of Washington students as your interpreters. Each quarter undergraduate and graduate students learn content and public engagement methods from Burke Museum staff. They then present changing activities, hands-on collections, and other resources in the galleries, giving you the richest natural history and cultural heritage experience possible.
Burke 101 in the Galleries
To see Burke 101 students in action, come check out the museum’s Weekend Activities on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 3 pm. Themes change monthly, so there’s always something new to discover!
How Can I Get Involved?
See Burke 101 Student Information
Contact Andrea Michelbach, UW Student Interpreter Program Manager, by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (206-616-4415).