Scholars in Residence

The Durham Scholars in Residence initiative is an educational outreach program developed to promote academic enrichment in area schools and community organizations for all age levels. The Durham Scholars in Residence program provides support to curriculum as well as current topics of local and national interest. The Durham is proud to help our community celebrate cultural heritage and history throughout the school year. Below are a few examples of these opportunities. If your school is interested in participating, please e-mail education@durhammuseum.org or call 402-444-5027.

  • February: Black History Month
  • March: Women’s History Month
  • April: Holocaust Remembrance Month
  • September: Hispanic Heritage Month
  • November: Native American Heritage Month
Interested in Participating? Email us today!

We encourage you to explore all that The Durham Museum has to offer! 

Omaha Union Station

Support for The Scholars in Residence Program at The Durham is generously provided by:

Sunny Durham Family Foundation
Carol Gendler
A. Cydog Charitable Trust