This past fall, ACU students were encouraged to apply for Maker Lab Innovator Grants – awards of up to $800 per project. Students were asked to reimagine, design, and execute solutions for real life problems that communities face today.
A record number of students applied for the Innovator Grant with over $3,000 awarded to recipients. The grants are to be used for academic projects in conjunction with spring courses.
Congratulations to Sam Mulder, Felix Mbikogbia, Olive Tuyishimire, Roy Salinas, Matthew Williams, Chris McLeod, Keaton Brewster, Alma Nava, Sydney Chrane, Chelsee Reedy, Shay Johnson, Rebecca Young, Anna McLeod, students in the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association-ACU Chapter, Dona Walls and students in OCCT 639 Adult II, Lory Chrane and students in CSD 604, Ronnie Rama and students in DSGN 232, Kenny Jones and students in ART 106, and Brent Reeves and students in his Software Engineering course.
Final products will be presented at ACU’s Maker Fest on Thursday, April 11, 2019.