“The point of this is to provide the enrichment and the learning to make science come alive for students… who may not have the same levels of advantage as other children in our area.” – Julie Rigby

Julie Rigby, the Vice President for External Relations at the NC Museum of Life and Science, sits down with us on the latest episode of Conversations at Fletcher. We chat about the new Hideaway Woods exhibit debuting this summer, the importance of designated spaces for children to learn, and the museum’s partnerships with East Durham Children’s Initiative and Y.E. Smith Elementary.

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