makerspaces on cuny campuses
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Allison.Lehr-Samuels () - I like the images on this slide but thing it should the layout should be switched - usually the right side is where the eye is naturally drawn to, so I think the Maker Hub info should be on the right and your contact info on the left side.Kindra Cooper () - Hi Allison, you are right however the Maker Hub logo has a white background so it looks out of place if I move it to the right. I cannot flip the color scheme either as the layout has been set by the theme.Curious about what resources are available to you as a CUNY student? You may use this guide to learn more about CUNY makerspaces, tech and media clubs, and other free or affordable CUNY communities for ideation, creation and networking!
Each of these resources has its own policies when it comes to users, fees, membership, etc, so please be sure to check directly with each one for updates before your visit. This list will constantly be updated as more spaces spring up.
Our current directory includes the following:
A Resource Guide
THE BRIDGE AT YORK COLLEGE
ZAHN CENTER FOR INNOVATION AT CITY COLLEGE
PRE-COMPSCI & MATH CLUBAT LEHMAN COLLEGE
MAKER HUB AT BARUCH COLLEGE
MECHATRONICS TECH CENTER AT COLLEGE OF TECH
THE BRIDGE AT YORK COLLEGEThe Bridge is an emergent technology lab, classroom, and makerspace supported by the Department of Academic Computing and Educational Technology.
Location: 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd, Jamaica, NY, 11451Website: http://www.the-bridge.cc/ Contact: Makerspace Coordinator Daniel Phelps, 718-262-2917Email: mailto:[email protected] or [email protected] Resources: Electronics, robotics, computer programming, 3D printing, woodworking, and even sewing to serve as a resource center used by different classes and in different contexts. User Policy: Open to any CUNY student.
ZAHN Center for Innovation AT CITY COLLEGEA startup incubator, applied education center, entrepreneurial thinktank.
Location: 160 Convent Ave New York, NY 10031Website: http://www.zahncenternyc.com/Contact: 212-650-7434Email: [email protected]: 3D Tour of the Space: http://www.zahncenternyc.com/tour/ Range fof services including 3D printers, laser cutters, CAD design for rapid protoyping, full list http://www.zahncenternyc.com/prototyping/Programs for competitions, incubators, internships, teams and clubs: http://www.zahncenternyc.com/get-involved/ User Policy: Zahn Center has 3D Printing and other tech services available to use for a fee. Must apply for membership to prove demonstrated interest More Information: Zahn 3D printing services at http://www.zahncenternyc.com/prototyping/
Mechatronics Technology Center AT COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGYThe MTC provides students a framework of fundamental design knowledge with hands on cross disciplinary activities that allow them to develop an interdisciplinary understanding and integrated approach to product design.
Location: 186 Jay Street, Voorhees Hall Room V 524 Brooklyn, NY 11201Website: http://www.mtccitytech.org/Contact: 718-260-5245Resources: Robotics, hardware, software, design, controllers and more.User Policy: Open to any CUNY student with a demonstrated interest in technology or robotics. Application required for membership in the Mechatronics Club.
Allison.Lehr-Samuels () - Open to any student at all or only CUNY students?Kindra Cooper () - _Marked as resolved_Kindra Cooper () - _Re-opened_Just CUNY students. Sorry I was not specific. Just added it in.Pre-Computer Science and Mathematics Club AT LEHMAN COLLEGEAn extracurricular club for computer science or mathematics majors or those interested in working in the field.
Location: 250 Bedford Park Blvd W, Bronx, NY 10468Website: https://lehman.collegiatelink.net/organization/CompScience_MathematicsContact: 718-960-8535Resources: Robotics, 3D modeling, computer programming, job and internship opportunities within the field. User Policy: Open to Lehman College students, who are free to work on independent projects. More Information: Computer Science Club About page at https://lehman.collegiatelink.net/organization/CompScience_Mathematics/about
Maker Hub AT BARUCH COLLEGEA makerspace for those interested in design technology as a co- or extracurricular activity.
Location: 55 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10010Website: http://blogs.baruch.cuny.edu/fieldcenter/students/3d-printing-and-arduino-workshops/Contact: 646-312-1104Resources: 3D printers, Arduino, Makey Makeys, Lego, SparkFun Inventors Kit, FormLabs, Spinbot, Cubelets and more.User Policy: Open to all matriculated CUNY students.