Donna DiBartolomeo

Adjunct Professor, Science Museum Studies

M.Ed. Harvard Graduate School of Education
B.S. Carnegie Mellon University

Donna DiBartolomeo is a museum and interdisciplinary education expert with over 20 years of experience in exhibitions, programs, and partnerships. At the Exploratorium, Sciencenter, and Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, Donna led project teams in the development, design, construction, and installation of new exhibits and galleries. She built strong local and national partnerships to support and strengthen educational initiatives, including capital projects, traveling exhibitions, and community outreach programs. Donna has lectured internationally on best practices in exhibit design and development, early childhood education, arts research, and science communication. Her research interests include interdisciplinary education, particularly intersections in art and science, and learning in informal settings. Donna holds degrees from Carnegie Mellon University and Harvard Graduate School of Education.