Immersive, hands-on research experience for K-12 teachers
The DIG Field School is a hands-on experience for K-12 teachers from across Washington and Montana. The school takes teachers into the field with Burke and University of Washington paleontologists to investigate the extinction of dinosaurs in the Hell Creek badlands of Montana. This experience is professional training for teachers, who then bring real science into their classrooms.
Gifts to the DIG Field School at the Burke Museum are processed through the University of Washington Foundation. Please fill out the form below to complete your gift.