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Video: Cornell Maker Club empowers cross-disciplinary learning
"ECEs have always been kind of hacky by nature; we really like tinkering, we love taking things apart and figuring out how things work."
In a new video, members of the Cornell Maker Club describe how having access to a space stocked with state-of-the-art equipment enhances their educational experience in Cornell Engineering.
Thanks to Michael Xiao ‘19, Emma Vedock-Gross ‘20 and Akugbe Imudia ‘22 for speaking with us about how they utilize the maker spaces in Phillips Hall.
Special thanks to David H. Ahl '60 and the Hui Family whose gifts and support helped create these valuable spaces for students.
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