Making Space Event Series

Making Space aims to confront bias and systemic barriers to inclusion in the STEM fields by presenting the experiences and perspectives of underrepresented groups in science and technology, including people of all identities and abilities. In doing so, we seek to inspire all members of the NC State community to take on new skills, learn emerging tools, and be creative with technology.

Through a series of public talks and workshops, this program series centers gender diversity and inclusion in STEM, as it intersects with race, ethnicity, ability, and sexuality.

In 2015, Making Space began as a series of programs focused on highlighting the work of women in STEM. Making Space is now generously sponsored by Pentair.

Photo of Annelie Koller

Making Space - Multiscale Design: From bacteria to buildings with Annelie Koller

Nov 8, 2017
4:00 PM to 5:00 PM

At the

Auditorium, D. H. Hill Library

Making Space - Intro to Biomaterials for Design Workshop with Annelie Koller

Nov 8, 2017
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

At the

Fishbowl Forum, D. H. Hill Library

Past Making Space Events