Jared Himes: I’ve been designing and building my own modulating living space since freshman year of college. For example, an overhead shelf for my desk with a mounted monitor, 3D printed pencil holder, iPhone stand, iPad holder and more.
Elaine Lin: My study space occupied by a long wood table I hand-made by myself, Polaroid photos of people I hold very dearly to, and Legos of females who inspire me to continue the STEAM path, a NASA poster, and books/electronic devices that help me study.
Sam Stoelting: This is my classroom! What better place to work than on a project of your own. This is on my current project of rebuilding a Polaris sportsman 600 while still learning all my school work such as physics and calculus.
Cameron Grace: This is the shortest commute into a classroom I have ever had! In all seriousness, during this COVID-19 trial stay strong and never give up. Much like our university, where quotes and wisdom line the halls, I have decided to continue the tradition!
Amy Faville: Not my typical study space but why not take a break every once and a while (as much as engineering allows) bonus points if you can find out how many jugs of water and shampoo cause the mass of our trick underwater bin to overcome the buoyant force and stay hidden?
Brandon Gonzalez:This is the desk at which I now live and work. You asked for something "creative", but I thought that nothing would be more meaningful or valuable than a candid glimpse at my post-apocalyptic lifestyle.
Harrison Goldstein: I tried to work in the basement but it was too cold so I decided to move to the only other quiet place in the house which happened to be a bar. Theres a lot of space and the stools are kinda comfy.
Published May 6, 2020