Experience the Makerspaces of Georgia Tech
Maker culture is in the fabric of Georgia Tech. The Georgia Tech makerspaces are havens on Georgia Tech’s campus where students from any major or background can come and create. Tech’s makerspaces are surrounded by a rich community of students, faculty, alumni, and supporters. In this collection, our team interviewed prominent individuals in the maker space community, representing three campus makerspaces. Listen to the podcast below for a broad look at the stories in this collection.
Danielle Newman reflects on her role as Shop Manager and the future of the Invention Studio.
Faculty Advisory, Dr. Di Leo delves into the projects, machinery, and experiences he’s had at the Aero Maker Space, and discusses how the students and community have impacted his life.
Dane Wrye, the Outreach Officer at The Hive, shares his experience as an officer and peer instructor working at the IDC.
Emaad Shamsi, the Communications Director for the Invention Studio, explains the role the Invention Studio has played in his life, specifically its effect on his professional career.
Faculty advisor, Dr. Jariwala explains the important role of the student peer instructors and the trust maintained between the student leaders and the university.
Alyson Lam, the Communications Officer for The Hive, tells of her experience joining The Hive community and of the communities importance to the Georgia Tech campus.
Matthew Dick, a Prototyping Instructor at the Invention Studio, talks about the history of the Makerspace and how it exists today.
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