Makers @ the Mulva is a makers program designed to enrich the education of the whole person through creating new knowledge & sharing innovation.

Makers @ the Mulva

The focus of Makers @ the Mulva events is creating and sharing. There is no right and wrong, and there are no losers – just a group of people who enjoy innovation and learning more.

Makers provide a forum for faculty, staff and students to share their knowledge and expertise with other participants. These events are open to faculty, staff, students, families and the general public. We hope you'll join us to gain new insights and have a great time! Events are held in the Mulva Studio level unless otherwise specified.

Upcoming makers events:

  • How to Dress for Success with Professor April Beiswenger
    • What: Do you know how to dress for an interview or for your life after college? Learn some sewing basics-hemming pants, repairing rips & tears, sewing on buttons and more! Please bring your items needing repair and hemming--we'll teach you to fix them! Already know how to sew? We'll have the tools you need to do your own repairs.
    • Where: Mulva Studio
    • When: Sat., April 25, 2015, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Past events have included: 

Interested in Participating?
If you have future project ideas or are interested in learning how to become a collaborator in this program, please contact Kim Boldt.