Exhibiting at the MIT Museum
MIT students, faculty, and researchers have several ways to propose an installation at the MIT Museum. Current undergraduate and graduate students can show off their work in Projects and Prototypes. Students can also get involved with the MIT Museum Studio through STS.035, Exhibiting Science, UROPs, and more. Read more about opportunities to collaborate with the MIT Museum. Learn more about exhibiting at the MIT Museum.
Enroll in a Course
MIT Museum staff teach several courses that include hands-on experience at the museum, including courses taught by John Durant, Mark R. Epstein (Class of 1963) Director, and Deborah Douglas, Director of Collections and Curator of the Science and Technology Collections. Check the MIT Course Catalog to see what's on in upcoming semesters. Learn more about enrolling in a course.
Science Communications at MIT
The MIT Museum is a place where all visitors are invited to discover the technological and scientific advances developed by the MIT community. We're proud to be part of the Institute's efforts at increasing science literacy and supporting science journalism. Learn more about science communication resources at the Institute and beyond.