Makerspace Monitors Fall 2021

Stew Makerspace

The Stew Makerspace is a space with a diverse set of tools that enable individuals and groups to exercise their creativity, practice a craft, or prototype a product. The Stew Makerspace offers training on tools and workshops on design and fabrication (3D printing, fabric crafts, woodwork, and metalwork), supports co-curricular student maker groups, and supports faculty curricular interests in the arts and sciences.

The Stew Makerspace is a collaboration between the Wilson Center and the Grinnell Area Arts Council. Located at 927 Broad Street, it brings diverse members of the College and community together for integrative project-based and experiential learning through design and fabrication. In addition to specific technical skills, it enhances the type of creativity, critical thinking, integrative learning, and teamwork that are at the core of the liberal arts and that serve as critical skills in innovation and leadership.

For additional information on the space, the tools available, hours, scheduled workshops, and more, please visit the Stew Makerspace website.

Grinnell College students who attend all sessions in a Stew workshop led by student monitors may submit a request for reimbursement for the workshop fee from the Wilson Center for Innovation and Leadership.  

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