BeAM@CAROLINA is a network of makerspaces where students can join the UNC maker community in the design and making of physical objects for education, research, entrepreneurship and recreation. The University's four makerspaces — located in Murray Hall, Carmichael Hall, the Hanes Art Center and the Kenan Science Library — are designed for the Carolina community to connect with one another to design and create physical objects for education, research, entrepreneurship and recreation.
The Carmichael Residence Hall Makerspace is collaboration between Carolina Housing, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School and Applied Physical Sciences that enables students in this residential community to work with others in a multidisciplinary environment. The makerspace features 24 3-D printers, embroidery equipment, a full-service kitchen and tools for robotics and soldering, as well as conventional hand tools, creating endless possibilities.
Students can participate in open studios, training sessions, workshops, host classes and group activities in spaces equipped with emerging technologies like 3D printing as well as wood and metalworking shops.
Check out this video featuring Embroidery Student Expert Lindsey Pegram.