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.
|Jason Forsyth||Electrical and Computer Engineering||College of Engineering|
|Michael Stewart||Computer Science||College of Engineering|
|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|