The IU Center of Excellence for Women & Technology promotes a culture of technology skill development through a variety of content and formats including the understanding, design creation, and use of 3D printers. Through the process of 3D printing, one can create a 3-dimensional object by laying down successive layers of material based on a computer driven design. We provide workshops for students, faculty, and staff that introduce the concepts behind 3D printing and describes the design process, use of modeling software, and actual printing of the designed objects.
- The lead intern, with the support of the staff champion will launch, build, and grow an engaged learning community of undergraduate and graduate women students interested in 3D printing & Design.
- Create a strategic plan for the year and include mission, goals, marketing, implementation plan, and desired outcomes.
- Schedule events, workshops, speakers, and other activities for the IU community to further common interests.
- Supervise two interns who will assist in the development of this community.
- Provide timely reports regarding marketing plans, attendance, and assessment information following various programs.
- Commit to the Center’s mission and to the goals of the team to develop a meaningful community.
- Serve as a role model to interns and members.
- Advocate for women and underrepresented groups in both the 3D printing & design and tech arena.
- Submit weekly progress reports to senior associate director.
- Lead weekly meeting with interns.
- Attend monthly all Lead Intern meetings.
All student employees are required to:
- Attend mandatory Student Leadership Orientation Retreat the first weekend after fall classes begin
- Attend and present at our annual Technology Summit