This space is available to student teams looking for office space to work on business products, services, and ideas. The Co-Work Lab, located on the fourth floor of Institute Hall, is a huge space furnished with office desks, chairs, filing cabinets, whiteboards, and a small kitchen/lounge. It is a space that encourages and promotes creativity, collaboration, and entrepreneurship.
Albert J. Simone Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The Albert J. Simone Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship promotes and fosters innovation and entrepreneurship through academic programs, a student business development lab, and business development activities.
There are two rooms available for use: 1100 (conference room) and 1600 (round open space).
All events held in the Simone Center should be professional- or academic-based and align with the innovative goals of the center. All event requests will be reviewed in accordance to the Simone Center policies.
Located on the fourth floor of Institute Hall, this space provides teams with an area to prototype, hold meetings, and work toward a functioning solution to real world problems. Access technology includes everything from prosthetics and products for individuals with disabilities to products for the deaf and hard of hearing.
The Construct has a variety of rapid prototyping facilities available for use, including 3D printers, Laser-cutters, and CNC mills, as well as work spaces for electronics, metal/woodworking, and CAD design. We also provide some essential materials for getting your project going, and free consulting from our community of student makers.