Makers in the News
Radford University awarded nationally prestigious science grant to boost campus Makers movement and STEM education »
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) - the largest private, nonprofit supporter of science education in the United States - announced today that Radford University is the recipient of an exclusive $1 million grant as part of the institute's new Inclusive Excellence initiative.
College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) student ambassadors and members of the Makers living-learning community collaborated to bring a unique dress to life, made from only natural or recycled materials.
Three College of Visual and Performing Arts ambassadors are collaborating with the Makers living-learning community to work on a fashioned-themed recycling project.
The RU Maker-themed University 100 course was the first taste of the RU Maker community at Radford University.
Radford University hosted Hebocon, a community event in which participants fight homemade robots in a sumo-style competition in November.
The inaugural RU Maker-themed University 100 course met in the Peery Hall MakerSpace to inspire hands-on exploration and problem-solving.
The MakerSpace facilities and Radford University faculty allow for unique mentored-research projects and ideas to take shape on campus and beyond.
The RU Makers Living-Learning Community hosted their first workshop of the semester in early Sept.
Radford University’s Maker community allows for the Radford family to create, program and even build their own technology.
Radford University’s Maker community puts professional, high-end audio and visual equipment into the hand of the student.