Students view the environment through a different lens
Photographs by students in the UO Environmental Studies program focus on restoration projects around the state – exploring beauty, harm, and healing in nature. Learn more about the exhibition on Around the O.
MNCH scientist makes headlines with recent discovery
Museum archaeologist Patrick O'Grady and his team recently uncovered a small stone tool at a rockshelter site near Riley, Oregon — a tool that may point to one of the oldest human occupations in the western United States. Read more.
Quench your thirst - for beer and for knowledge - at Ideas on Tap, the museum's new pub conversation series. Enjoy local craft beers and thought-provoking discussions about science, ecology, history, and more.
First Wednesday of the month, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Sam Bond's Brewing Co. 540 E. 8th Ave., Eugene
Museum volunteers help us to share the wonders of our natural and cultural worlds. If you like working with people, have a passion for learning, and have time to invest, a volunteer position with the MNCH might be for you. Bilingual volunteers are encouraged to apply; fluency in English is required.