Student Launches Project-Based Learning, a Collaborative Makerspace


Electrical engineering student and entrepreneur, Tabitha Beavers, recently opened the doors to a community-focused, non-profit makerspace: Project-Based Learning, Inc. Located adjacent to campus in University Plaza, Project-Based Learning features an open-work space for aspiring makers of all ages to concept, collaborate and create. Inside you’ll find wall-to-wall  3D-printers and friendly faces ready to help you learn the ropes of prototyping. Additionally, there is a fully operational machine lab for builders ready to take their designs to the next level. 

Check out the video below to get a sneak-peak of Project-Based Learning.




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