Roundtable: 3D printing in higher education and research

Roundtable: 3D printing in higher education and research

Free webinar | Viewing time: 50 minutes

This month, join host Matt Griffin as he moderates a roundtable discussion between higher education educators, research educators, and lab directors about the value of using FFF in preparing students for industry and future careers in engineering, design, research, and more.

Joining the discussion are:

  • Robert S. Pugliese, Director of Innovation Design, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health

  • Victoria Bill, Director and Founding Manager of the NYU Tandon School of Engineering MakerSpace Lab

  • Chip Bobbert, Senior Technologist and Innovation CoLab Architect, Duke University

What will I learn?

During this free session, you’ll learn:

  • How 3D printing is integrated into academic communities

  • How the use and study of 3D printing is preparing students for the future

  • How 3D printing is deployed at education institutions, including universities and labs

  • How students, faculty, and researchers have achieved success with 3D printing

  • And much more!

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Matt Griffin, left, webinar host and Ultimaker's Director of Community Development; Robert S. Pugliese (Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health), Victoria Bill (rom NYU Tandon School of Engineering) and Chip Bobbert (Duke University)
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