McMillon Innovation Fellowship Returns In Spring 2021

McMillon Innovation Fellowship Returns In Spring 2021
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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The McMillon Innovation Fellowship, a program within the McMillon Innovation Studio, will return for the spring 2021 semester as an extracurricular experience.

The fellowships include students forming a multidisciplinary team and taking on a high-value industry problem. During the class, students will have access to workshops, mentors, and prototyping resources.

The course will instill the same experience as the studio with the option for class credit. The one-hour class will be held asynchronously online, with options to meet in the studio with your team throughout the week.

Students wishing to enroll in the program can fill out an application here.

About McMillon Innovation Studio: The McMillon Innovation Studio exists to shape the future of commerce by developing and enabling students to be catalysts of innovation. The studio hosts interdisciplinary student collaboration teams and provides prototyping space for students and faculty across campus to connect and create together. Inside the studio, students have access to a maker space tools like CAD modeling and 3D printers, as well as a band saw, drill press, CNC and sewing machine.


Rachel Sullivant, assistant director
McMillon Innovation Studio


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