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