About the Fusion Studio
Located in Room 2038 of Newman Library, the Fusion Studio is a learning environment designed to support interdisciplinary collaboration. It fosters a community of innovation through serendipitous dialogue and a “play to learn” mentality.
The Fusion Studio brings groups of students together in a co-working space for brainstorming, prototyping, and extended project management. Access is offered on a long-term basis—from several weeks to the entire semester—in order to sustain the entire lifecycle of a project. With flexible workspaces and programming that facilitates the development of collaboration skills, the Fusion Studio brings to life the University Libraries’ mission to provide cutting-edge services and support emerging research practices.
The Fusion Studio includes:
- Trained staff with expertise in diverse research methods, data management, and other areas of assistance
- Spaces designed and stocked for collaborative work and creative brainstorming
- Adaptable layout for different types and phases of projects
- Events, exhibits, and workshops based on student research
Interested in using the Fusion Studio? Submit a proposal above! Or contact us with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org