7,560 Students Impacted in 5 Years
The Makerspace program focuses on the design and making of physical objects as a way to learn research and entrepreneurship. The program aims to:
- Support the integration of making into new and existing courses via faculty course development grants, faculty learning communities, teaching awards, and training for faculty and teaching assistants.
- Establish one-credit skills courses that students can use to demonstrate deep knowledge of specific techniques.
- Support campus-wide maker events and expand BeAM (Be A Maker) into the residence halls.
- Establish workshops that train students in the maker skills needed to launch them directly into research groups.
MAKERSPACE COURSE DEVELOPMENT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Application Deadline: Friday, January 19, 2018 at 5:00PM
See additional information and application instructions on the Request for Proposals page.
Reimagining science education for visually impaired students
Students create telescope in BeAM workshop
Creating a community of makers (about Murray Makerspace)