USE CODE: TAKE20_3D TO APPLY YOUR $20 PRINTING CREDIT
The Libraries of the Health Sciences was recently awarded a grant by the South Central Academic Medical Library (SCAMeL) consortium.
The aim of our proposal is to provide you, future healthcare professionals, the opportunity to learn about and engage in the innovative application of 3D printing to be used in research, academic, practical, and clinical environments by providing access to free 3D printing consumables, instruction and guidance.
3D-Printing Resources Survey
TELL US WHAT YOU THINK!
This survey will measure student interest and awareness, by participating you will help the Libraries ascertain useful data on the 3D print program!
By way of incentive, participating in the survey provides an opportunity to win one of two Starbucks gift cards.
ALLOCATION OF FUNDS
We have allocated grant funds to highlight the benefits of 3D printing. To demonstrate 3D printing’s versatility, a twenty-dollar promotional credit is available to TTUHSC students, staff, and faculty. To validate the function and purpose of 3D printing, we have allocated funds to support student and inter-professional research. Applications will be accepted until October 1, 2022, while awardees will be announced on October 15, 2022. Finally, to disseminate the benefits of 3D printing in educational settings like the Fine Arts and STEM professions, we will be offering workshops to all ages and education levels.
Already know what you would like 3D-print?
As part of grant funding we have allocated a twenty dollar promotional credit towards 3D print of your choice.
(Certain restriction apply, for more information please reference the above link.)
We will be accepting
student and inter-professional research proposals
later this summer.