Concordia Gina Cody School unveils new makerspace

Concordia University’s Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science has opened a new makerspace facility to support student projects and initiatives. The makerspace contains equipment for 3D printing, electronics and computer numerically controlled (CNC) machining, and manual tools for woodworking and metalworking. It also offers services such as project consultations and fabrication sessions for students. “This facility is an excellent representation of our commitment to experiential learning,” said Concordia Gina Cody School Dean Mourad Debbabi. “It provides Gina Cody School students with practical, hands-on experience that is crucial in today’s engineering and technology fields.”