Professional Development

UCAH Teacher Workshop 2018
MUSEUMS AND YOU: Taking Advantage of What Museums Have to Offer Your Class
Free Professional Development for K12 Teachers. Lunch provided and professional development points awarded to attendees.

When: Saturday, Nov. 2018
Where: The Reeves Center
The Reeves Center is located on the campus of Washington and Lee University, between the Colonnade and Admissions.

What to Expect: Join us for tours of our museums, a sneak peek at upcoming exhibits, project based learning, information on school tours and educational opportunities, and participation in the Japanese tea ceremony.

Space is limited. Please RSVP to Cassie Ivey at by Oct. 26, 2018


The University Collections of Art and History (UCAH) at Washington and Lee University advances learning through direct engagement with collections, stimulates appreciation of global cultures, and inspires leadership in the arts and sciences. UCAH encompasses the University Chapel & Museum, home of Washington-Custis-Lee family artifacts and the burial site of Robert E. Lee. Within walking distance from the Chapel is the Reeves Center, a ceramics and art gallery. Behind the Reeves Center, visitors can explore changing exhibits in Watson Pavilion. As an academic entity, we continually promote education among our sites. Each year UCAH provides an on-site teacher workshop open to teachers of all grade levels. While the focus of our workshop shifts each year, workshops typically include a tour of sites, resource packets with background information and activities for interdisciplinary learning. The workshop is free of charge and includes a boxed lunch. Workshops are suitable for recertification points. Pre-registration is required. For more information on our professional development, contact Museum Programs Coordinator Cassie Ivey at