Work on the new display cases in Cushwa Hall (home of the Bitonte School of Health and Human Services) continues. There are new items in the four cases near the Lincoln Avenue entrance. These cases now feature artifacts from a wonderful recent donation to the museum from a local surgeon. You can read more about… Continue reading Student nurses back in class
The first of the new display cases in Cushwa Hall were filled this morning! After a new paint job and a good cleaning, the display cases looked good in their new location. This is the main entrance to the College of Health and Human Services from Lincoln Avenue. During class changes, this hallway is pretty… Continue reading First items displayed in Cushwa Hall
The future home of the Melnick Medical Museum, Cushwa Hall, got a face lift over the summer. A small piece of the project was to create several display areas for the museum to use in different areas throughout the building- increasing exposure to the museum and its collections. There are many students in this building,… Continue reading New display areas!
The museum is in the first stage of a long process to relocate the museum to another building on the campus of Youngstown State University. The exhibits have been "deinstalled" and some of the small components and artifacts have been carefully packed in archival (acid free) boxes. Now we are waiting for the professional movers… Continue reading Project “Move” has begun!