3D Printing

The world needs more 3-dimensional solutions

We aim to improve exposure and create opportunities for students and faculty at IU to advance their skills and understanding of the use of 3D printing technology. We host a variety of workshops across campus for people from all disciplines and backgrounds. We offer both entry and advanced level workshops on 3D printing and design to fulfill both the personal and professional needs of our community. Join us at our center to practice your creativity, mess around with 3D printing, and hang out with makers, designers, and friends!

Come learn about and engage with 3-D technology and design.

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Hi I'm Lindsey Kitchell and I’m the lead intern for the 3D printing and 3D design Alliance team. Our goal is to teach IU students, faculty, and staff about 3D printing and 3D design and we want to help individuals at IU engage with this exciting new technology and find ways that they can apply it to their interests and career goals. We hope to increase interest in 3D technology and show everyone that this is an attainable skill that you can learn on your own. By teaching introductory workshops on 3D printing and 3D design we hope to show students at IU that they are capable of learning and using this technology and we hope to grow interest in 3D technology across campus.

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3D Printing Alliance Leaders

Intern

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Ploy is a first-year from Indianapolis, Indiana. She is studying Computer Science in the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering.

Intern

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Natalie is a first-year from Valparaiso, Indiana.  She is studying Intelligent Systems Engineering with a concentration on Bioengineering in the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering.

Michelle Bartley-Taylor

Staff Champion

Michelle holds a B.S. in business from the University of Vermont and a Master’s in Higher Education Administration from Colorado State University. Her background in student affairs includes working as an Area Coordinator for Residence Life and as a Program Coordinator at the Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education both at Rutgers University. In the latter position, she was responsible for National Science Foundation Young Scholars Program geared to underrepresented populations. Michelle has also worked in K-12 Education in Michigan and prior to joining our center, Michelle was working in at The Wellbridge Group in Michigan.