“Our volunteer corps was amazing,” Langley said. “Some people would come in for eight-hour shifts and just assemble them as fast as they could, after they received training. This was in the beginning of a pandemic, so it was just really amazing what came together.”
As the fall semester approached, Langley said the BeAM organization began assessing how it would restore different user groups to the makerspaces.
Audrey Bousquet, a junior studying biology, said she has been using the BeAM location in Murray Hall since August as part of an applied sciences course.
“We talk in class about designing and prototyping, and we work in groups to do projects and stuff, and so far, we’ve learned how to use different machines in the makerspace,” she said.
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