Manufacturing Education at the MILL

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Innovation is essential to reinvigorating advanced manufacturing in America, which will help lead to the creation of high-paying jobs across all technology sectors. The Manufacturing Innovation Learning Laboratory (MILL), located in the George M. Low Center for Industrial Innovation High Bay, positions Rensselaer and its graduates to make even greater contributions toward these important national goals, building upon the many successes of its predecessor, the award-winning Advanced Manufacturing Laboratory.

The following video features commentary by corporate partners and faculty, and explains the need to further manufacturing instruction at Rensselaer by investing in the MILL platform.

An investment in the expansion of the MILL will enable Rensselaer to do even more of what it does best: prepare bright young people for the application of science to life’s common purposes in ways that are truly transformative and world-changing. To learn more about available naming opportunities, including endowed faculty, scholarships, and programmatic support contact Richard Graw.

Richard Graw
Senior Advancement Officer, School of Engineering
518-276-4868
grawr@rpi.edu

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