Student Innovation Center

Built to maximize synergy among the student innovators within its walls, the Student Innovation Center offers a large open space and houses Rose-Hulman's competitive Advanced Transportation teams, from the radio airplane challenge known as Design/Build/Fly to the unique, fuel efficient EcoCar. 

 

After cutting the ribbon that officially opened Rose-Hulman's Innovation
Center,
famed Physicist Michio Kaku revels in the high energy generated by
multiple projects under one roof.

michio at SIC


Student innovation projects and hands-on engineering competition teams have a new home at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology with the addition of the Student Innovation Center. The new 16,200-square-foot building will be the site for Rose-Hulman's Advanced Transportation Systems (ATS) program as well as other student competition teams. With the Student Innovation Center, students will have access to a new purpose-built work environment featuring advanced technologies and flexible work spaces.

 

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