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Agenda | Friday, May 7, 2021

make/SHIFT 2.0 Virtual

12:00 PM ET: Sold Out Makerspace Workshops, Courses & Events
  • 12:00 PM ET: Welcome & Intros  

  • 12:05 PM ET: Wine & Welding | Cheyanne Dwyer, Director of Engagement, Building Momentum (VA)

    • Q & A  

  • 12:25 PM ET: The Successes & Challenges of Maker Con | Danelle Toups, Assistant Director of Library Services, Tarrant County College (TX)

    • Q & A 

  • 12:45 PM ET: Experiential Learning + Verizon Innovative Learning: Building Synergies Across Existing Campus Makerspaces and Partnerships | moderated by Brittany Chambers, Ed.D., Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility, Verizon (NJ)

    • Panelists include

      • Brenda Rios Brombacher, Director, Entrepreneurial Initiatives & Community Relations and Jordan Carswell, Program Director, IDEAStudio at Houston Community College (TX)

      • LaDawn Partlow, Program Director, VIL, Morgan State University (MD)

      • Marci Turner, Assistant Professor, Hampton University (VA)

    • Q & A 

  • 1:05 PM ET: Closing  

1:30 PM ET: Networking Activity & Discussion Session: 3D Printing Metal with $600 Printers and Rapid Response Additive Manufacturing

Grab a cup of coffee or your lunch and spend 45 minutes with us! We know virtual events often lack networking time, so we've built in time each day for small group breakouts. During this session, we will be learning about about Somerset Community College's Rapid Response Additive Manufacturing Initiative (RRAMI) project, and how they are using $600 3D printers for additive manufacturing certification programs, 3D printing metal parts for welding, and preparing for emergency response manufacturing. Small group breakouts will discuss how your maker ecosystem can best prepare for future emergencies when rapid response is needed.

This session is sponsored by MatterHackers.

3:00 PM ET: Closing Webinar
  • 3:00 PM ET: Welcome & Intros | Erika Burfield, Project Coordinator for Operations, NACCE 

  • 3:05 PM ET: Keynote - Reflections on the Medical Supply Chain Crisis + the Promise of Local Manufacturing | Sabrina Merlo, Head of Local Response, Open Source Medical Supplies

  • 3:25 PM ET: Funding Opportunity Panel - 2021 Pitch for the Trades | moderated by Theresa MacLennan, Program Manager, NACCE 

    • Panelists include
      • Arcadia Maximo, City College of San Francisco (2020 Winner)
      • Gary Muller, Catawba Valley Community College (2020 Winner)
      • Dirk Soma, Kauai Community College (2019 Winner)
      • Carlene Cassidy, CEO, Ratcliffe Foundation

  • 3:50 PM ET: Recap of make/SHIFT 2.0 Virtual Learnings + NACCE Maker Announcements Jeff Smith, Director of Innovation & Equity and Gabriella Yacovone, Maker Fellow, NACCE

  • 4:05 PM ET: Reminders & Closing Remarks