The Museum is a leader among university museums of natural and cultural history, a catalyst for intellectual discovery, a contributor to the University's mission, and a connection to our research and collections for diverse constituents.
The Museum enhances knowledge of Earth's environment and cultures, inspiring stewardship of our collective past, present, and future.
The Museum is for everyone. Our most significant constituents are:
• University of Oregon students, faculty, and staff, who use the Museum on an ongoingbasis for research, teaching, learning, and enjoyment;
• Native people who contribute to exhibit and program development, conduct research in the collections, and participate in Museum activities;
• Students, scholars, experts, collectors, and museum professionals—local to worldwide— who use the Museum as the major state repository of anthropological and paleontological collections, research, and exhibits;
• Instructors and students (pre-Kthrough higher education) who are teaching and learning about natural and cultural history;
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