UND Computer Science to host seminar on 3-D printing for businesses, educators
John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences
Additive manufacturing can enhance learning, business operations
What: Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) Seminar for educators — to show how 3D printing can be used in the classroom; and for businesspeople — to demonstrate how it can be useful for their companies.
Who: University of North Dakota Department of Computer Science (a division of the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences).
When: For businesspeople: Monday, July 14, and Thursday, 17 ($75/day). For educators: a two-day seminar Tuesday, July 15, and Wednesday, July 16 ($50 for both days).
Where: Room 238, Streibel Hall, University of North Dakota campus.
About the seminars
Additive manufacturing technology, also called three dimensional, or 3D, printing, has reached a point where it is affordable. The UND Department of Computer Science is offering an unbiased look — one that doesn't favor one 3D printer technology supplier over another — at how the additive manufacturing process can be leveraged by businesses and educators.
Educators can receive professional development for educators (PDE) credit for attending the UND-hosted two-day seminar, which focuses on how the technology can enable student learning across many subject areas from art to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
University of North Dakota, "UND Computer Science to host seminar on 3-D printing for businesses, educators" (2014). UND News Archive. 785.