The iSpace is a multidisciplinary learning community and collaborative makerspace where you can participate in academic inquiry, creative endeavors, and lifelong learning. We encourage students to re-envision their research through the use of cutting-edge technologies and by collaborating with interdisciplinary experts.
We value the accessibility of technologies and strive to support our students, faculty, and community by providing workshops, learning resources, and in-person tech support. We also follow a code of conduct ensuring the safety, mutual respect, and support of fellow iSpace community members.
Please note: iSpace is closed until June 4th.
We are open to the campus and community:
Check out our calendar for scheduled Friday Tech Talks, entrepreneurship workshops, Women Techmakers meetings, 3D 4 Everyone club, and much more.
You can also sign up for our email list to get updates about events and other happenings in the iSpace.
3D scanning and printing equipment, a visualization wall, virtual reality headsets, Raspberry Pis, littleBits kits, and more.
The iSpace is located in Room 212 of the Science-Engineering Library.