Groups

There are lots of clubs at Brown for those interested in design as an extracurricular. Scroll down to check some out!

Brown/RISD STEAM

This is a student group at Brown University. The mentality of STEAM hinges upon the ability to draw astute connections between disciplines and fearlessly explore potential for collaboration at the interface. We strive to integrate the creativity and aesthetics of the arts; the problem solving tools and rigor of the STEM fields; and the critical thinking and ethical considerations of the humanities. We believe that this unification powerfully drives progress toward the future.

Directions
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The Brown Design Workshop can be found in Prince Lab, located at the corner of Brook St. and Manning Walk (182 Hope St., Box D, Providence, RI 02906).

If you are on Brooke St., the best entry port is through the ground floor of Prince Lab. Follow signs to "Brown Design Workshop" once inside.

Better World by Design 

By far the most popular makerspace on campus, the BDW is the go to place for most design needs. Tools include laser cutters, 3D printers, a woodworking area, and so much more. The BDW is also staffed by friendly students who host workshops every day to help get you certified on all of the tools. Check out the BDW calendar to see what workshops are when.

Make sure you don’t leave your projects until the last moment, though - the BDW gets busiest as reading period approaches.

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Directions

The Brown Design Workshop can be found in Prince Lab, located at the corner of Brook St. and Manning Walk (182 Hope St., Box D, Providence, RI 02906).

If you are on Brooke St., the best entry port is through the ground floor of Prince Lab. Follow signs to "Brown Design Workshop" once inside.

Brown/RISD Design For America

By far the most popular makerspace on campus, the BDW is the go to place for most design needs. Tools include laser cutters, 3D printers, a woodworking area, and so much more. The BDW is also staffed by friendly students who host workshops every day to help get you certified on all of the tools. Check out the BDW calendar to see what workshops are when.

Make sure you don’t leave your projects until the last moment, though - the BDW gets busiest as reading period approaches.

Directions
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The Brown Design Workshop can be found in Prince Lab, located at the corner of Brook St. and Manning Walk (182 Hope St., Box D, Providence, RI 02906).

If you are on Brooke St., the best entry port is through the ground floor of Prince Lab. Follow signs to "Brown Design Workshop" once inside.

Hack@Brown

By far the most popular makerspace on campus, the BDW is the go to place for most design needs. Tools include laser cutters, 3D printers, a woodworking area, and so much more. The BDW is also staffed by friendly students who host workshops every day to help get you certified on all of the tools. Check out the BDW calendar to see what workshops are when.

Make sure you don’t leave your projects until the last moment, though - the BDW gets busiest as reading period approaches.

Directions
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The Brown Design Workshop can be found in Prince Lab, located at the corner of Brook St. and Manning Walk (182 Hope St., Box D, Providence, RI 02906).

If you are on Brooke St., the best entry port is through the ground floor of Prince Lab. Follow signs to "Brown Design Workshop" once inside.

Jonathon M. Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship

By far the most popular makerspace on campus, the BDW is the go to place for most design needs. Tools include laser cutters, 3D printers, a woodworking area, and so much more. The BDW is also staffed by friendly students who host workshops every day to help get you certified on all of the tools. Check out the BDW calendar to see what workshops are when.

Make sure you don’t leave your projects until the last moment, though - the BDW gets busiest as reading period approaches.

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Directions

The Brown Design Workshop can be found in Prince Lab, located at the corner of Brook St. and Manning Walk (182 Hope St., Box D, Providence, RI 02906).

If you are on Brooke St., the best entry port is through the ground floor of Prince Lab. Follow signs to "Brown Design Workshop" once inside.

Brown Space Engineering 

By far the most popular makerspace on campus, the BDW is the go to place for most design needs. Tools include laser cutters, 3D printers, a woodworking area, and so much more. The BDW is also staffed by friendly students who host workshops every day to help get you certified on all of the tools. Check out the BDW calendar to see what workshops are when.

Make sure you don’t leave your projects until the last moment, though - the BDW gets busiest as reading period approaches.

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Directions

The Brown Design Workshop can be found in Prince Lab, located at the corner of Brook St. and Manning Walk (182 Hope St., Box D, Providence, RI 02906).

If you are on Brooke St., the best entry port is through the ground floor of Prince Lab. Follow signs to "Brown Design Workshop" once inside.

Brown Arts Initiative 

By far the most popular makerspace on campus, the BDW is the go to place for most design needs. Tools include laser cutters, 3D printers, a woodworking area, and so much more. The BDW is also staffed by friendly students who host workshops every day to help get you certified on all of the tools. Check out the BDW calendar to see what workshops are when.

Make sure you don’t leave your projects until the last moment, though - the BDW gets busiest as reading period approaches.

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Directions

The Brown Design Workshop can be found in Prince Lab, located at the corner of Brook St. and Manning Walk (182 Hope St., Box D, Providence, RI 02906).

If you are on Brooke St., the best entry port is through the ground floor of Prince Lab. Follow signs to "Brown Design Workshop" once inside.

Brown Formula Racing 

By far the most popular makerspace on campus, the BDW is the go to place for most design needs. Tools include laser cutters, 3D printers, a woodworking area, and so much more. The BDW is also staffed by friendly students who host workshops every day to help get you certified on all of the tools. Check out the BDW calendar to see what workshops are when.

Make sure you don’t leave your projects until the last moment, though - the BDW gets busiest as reading period approaches.

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Directions

The Brown Design Workshop can be found in Prince Lab, located at the corner of Brook St. and Manning Walk (182 Hope St., Box D, Providence, RI 02906).

If you are on Brooke St., the best entry port is through the ground floor of Prince Lab. Follow signs to "Brown Design Workshop" once inside.

Brown Hack Health/ Innovation for Health

By far the most popular makerspace on campus, the BDW is the go to place for most design needs. Tools include laser cutters, 3D printers, a woodworking area, and so much more. The BDW is also staffed by friendly students who host workshops every day to help get you certified on all of the tools. Check out the BDW calendar to see what workshops are when.

Make sure you don’t leave your projects until the last moment, though - the BDW gets busiest as reading period approaches.

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Directions

The Brown Design Workshop can be found in Prince Lab, located at the corner of Brook St. and Manning Walk (182 Hope St., Box D, Providence, RI 02906).

If you are on Brooke St., the best entry port is through the ground floor of Prince Lab. Follow signs to "Brown Design Workshop" once inside.

Brown Architecture DUG

By far the most popular makerspace on campus, the BDW is the go to place for most design needs. Tools include laser cutters, 3D printers, a woodworking area, and so much more. The BDW is also staffed by friendly students who host workshops every day to help get you certified on all of the tools. Check out the BDW calendar to see what workshops are when.

Make sure you don’t leave your projects until the last moment, though - the BDW gets busiest as reading period approaches.

Directions

The Brown Design Workshop can be found in Prince Lab, located at the corner of Brook St. and Manning Walk (182 Hope St., Box D, Providence, RI 02906).

If you are on Brooke St., the best entry port is through the ground floor of Prince Lab. Follow signs to "Brown Design Workshop" once inside.