The Museum of Culture and Environment approaches our diverse and changing world with an interdisciplinary perspective, examining human life, culture, and our interaction with the environment. The Museum is located in Dean Hall on the Central Washington University campus.
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Follow in the footsteps of elk and cougar as you explore How did the Cougar Cross the Road? Restoring wildlife passages at Snoqualmie Pass. Learn about how CWU scientists are collaborating with the Washington State Department of Transportation to understand animal movement and genetic diversity across the I-90 interstate in the Cascades.
Hanna Person, who graduated this month from Central Washington University with a degree in anthropoCWU Museum Exhibit How Did The Cougar Cross The Road? Opens April 17
April 8, 2014 ELLENSBURG, Wash. — Central Washington University’s Museum of Culture and EnvironmCWU Museum Hosts Salmon Run And Earth Day Family Festival
The Museum of Culture and Environment will be holding its second annual Salmon 5K/10K Run and Earth