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Welcome back to campus Tar Heels! While many of you have been away, BeAM has made some exciting changes (check out our new training system, which blends online Sakai modules with in-person practice projects!), but we continue to offer open makerspaces full of tools, equipment, and trained support staff. Take our BeAM 101 training to get started on projects, or stop by our Murray or Carmichael makerspaces to use a button maker!

What do you want to use?

3d printing
Basic tools
Electronics
Embroidery
Laser cutter
Metal shop
Sewing
Shopbop
Vinyl cutter
Wood shop

Minor in Applied Sciences and Engineering!

APS offers a minor that trains students with an engineering and entrepreneurial mindset. Build on the foundation from your math and science courses and engage in hands-on engineering applications of real-world challenges. Don’t want to commit to a minor? Enroll in APPL110 to get a feel for the program.

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Our Staff

Anna Engelke
Anna Engelke

Education Program Manager
D.J. Fedor
D.J. Fedor

Traditional Fabrication Specialist
Kyle Glochick
Kyle Glochick

Administrative Coordinator
Kenny Langley
Kenny Langley

BeAM Director
Tricia Maloney
Drew Robertson

Digital Fabrication Specialist

Research and Course Support

coursework

Coursework

Support for integrating design and making into your courses

research

Prototyping and Research

Support in using BeAM’s tools for research

 

What’s Happening at BeAM

BeAM Keeps Tar Heels Creating

BeAM Joins Camp Carolina

BeAM makes face shields for health care workers

APS and BeAM Join KEEN, an Engineering Network

Makerspaces Connect, Collaborate on COVID-19

Joining forces on face shields

Fire up the engine

MakNet Sewing Workshops