Make-to-Learn Workshop

Area makers ages 13 to 18 are invited to share what they make with the world at Virginia Tech’s first Make-to-Learn Workshop. The free event will be held on Saturday, April 6, from 1-5p.m. in STUDIOne. Makers create everything from engineering-oriented projects to traditional arts and crafts. Participants will complete a project, but will also learn how to identify, document, and explain their process. After completing a project, participants will have the opportunity to submit their creations to the Make-to-Learn contest at Instructables.com.

Members: 
Name Department College
Phyllis Newbill, ICAT  
Liesl Baum ICAT  
Sarah Stacey    
Jason Forsyth Electrical and Computer Engineering College of Engineering
Michael Stewart Computer Science College of Engineering
Evelien Schilder    
Tanner Upthegrove ICAT  
Dane Webster School of Visual Arts College of Architecture and Urban Studies
Joseph Bruzek Computer Science College of Engineering
LiYun “Lena” Ye    
Area makers ages 13 to 18    
Collaborative Colleges: 
Architecture & Urban Studies
Engineering