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The bridges Multicultural Resource Center used funds to install the infrastructure necessary to facilitate program planning and service distribution in the all-purpose room.
Funds were provided to the PMC to renovate in-office film studio space and purchase new media equipment for students to rent.
Funds supported the Center for Race and Gender and other partners to publish an online multimedia digital portal documenting Third World Liberation Front Digital Portal’s critical role.
Funds were provided to acquire a laser cutter for Supernode, an open makerspace in Cory Hall, and allow access by the general campus community at no cost.
This project supports students moving expediently through Tang from the time of entering to completing their visit. The technology includes an interactive wayfinding map, check-in kiosks and additional Chromebooks for check-ins.
Funds supported the addition of a HAAS machining center, which allows the Mechanical Engineering Department to develop a multi-tiered CNC program.
Funds were provided to support the purchase of cutting-edge IoT sensors, software and computing devices as well as to hold technology events open to all campus members.
Funds were used to provide universal campus access of Qualtrics, extending instructional and consulting support, and developing student-led mentoring and assistance.
Fundings were used for technological upgrade of the Conference Room and new Gallery Space with AV technology at CLPR, creating a specially dedicated art space for the Latinx community.