Introduction | Creating the Museum | Museum Photos | Exhibits | Acknowledgments

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens
can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
 - Margaret Mead



In the summer and fall of 2006, we researched
information, wrote the text for the exhibits, and
obtained graphics and photos. Rochelle Parry (L)
took all the information and designed the exhibits.


In December 2006, the team traveled
to Thailand to create the museum.


A carpenter in makes
frames for the exhibits.


WWU students begin painting the museum walls.


Two talented carpenters helped
install the exhibits and frames.


The museum nears completion.
Track lights are installed on the ceilings.


"I can't tell you the proud feeling I felt walking into the museum and realizing it was created by a Western Washington University professor and students as well as others from the Northwest. My husband and I are graduates of Western ('88 and '89) and were recently in Thailand on vacation. You did a great job capturing the social impact and presenting the scientific perspective. Well done!"

Jana H., Western Washington University Alumni

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Text and photographs copyright 2007-2014 by David N. Sattler.