3D Printing and Design Accelerator Crash Course - 11/10/2018
The medical industry, fashion design, engineering, culinary arts, animation, software development, education … 3D Printing is everywhere! Whether you’re focused on your personal hobbies or your future career, knowing how to create your own designs using 3D Printing will give you the cutting edge!

This workshop provides an entry-level introduction to 3D printing and design. During this workshop, participants will gain a basic understanding of 3D printing, co-create a 3D design, and connect 3D printing their personal and professional interests. In particular, the workshop aims to bring awareness to the many uses of 3-D printing, and to encourage more women to utilize this new technology in related fields.

When: Nov. 10. 2018 - 10:00-3:00
Where: Wells Library room 402

Class size is limited to 20 ** Lunch will be provided **

Course is open only to current IU students. Preference is given to CEWiT interns and previous applicants to SQL crash courses who were not selected.

To apply for a seat, fill out this form by midnight, 10/28/18 (Sunday).

Those selected will be notified by 10/31/18 (Wednesday), and must confirm their seat by midnight, 11/4/18 (Sunday). A wait list will be used to fill any seats not claimed or cancelled.

IMPORTANT: Due to the popularity of this class, students who confirm their attendance but fail to show up and notify us of cancellation will incur a $50 fee to their bursar account. Cancellations can be made by emailing cewit@indiana.edu before 4pm on 11/7/18 (Wednesday)

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