A new experience, sponsored by NWA 3D, offers students and other conference attendees time to tinker!
Students thrive in EAST classrooms thanks to getting their hands dirty, so to speak. They dive in with a certain software or a bit of technology and figure out how it works as they go. For years we have seen the same thing at Conference with hands-on breakout sessions, which always prove the most popular.
After Fusion is over on Tuesday evening, Horner Hall will be getting a makeover. It will reopen at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday as the Tinker Space and from that point will keep the same hours as the exhibit hall.
Thanks are due to those who are making it happen. In addition to the Tinker Space sponsor, NWA3D, several other organizations have already accepted invitiations including: the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub, Mid-America Science Museum, the Arkansas Discovery Network and the University of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design.
You won't want to miss this interactive playground.