Farmer’s Fridge: Conversation with Shayna Harris

by Alexandra Huang

It’s not an exaggeration to say that agriculture is in Shayna’s blood. With a grandfather who immigrated from Germany as a farmer, Shayna grew up hearing about stories on the […]

Little Joe Ventures Fellows Cohort #2 Announced!

by The Garage

The Garage today announced the selection of five students for a program that supports entrepreneurial innovation at the undergraduate level. The Little Joe Ventures Fellowship, made possible by a gift […]

Resident Spotlight: Track Trainer

by Megan Lebowitz

Anthony Kang, project manager of Track Trainer, is lending a hand to help stroke survivors use theirs. Track Trainer is a stroke rehabilitation device that focuses on improving strength and […]

Calling All Seniors: Six Tips for Your Future Side Hustle

by Elisa Mitchell

Graduating and landing a first job can be a very exciting time. You may have dreamed of that first paycheck that will help you afford a work wardrobe and furnish […]

The Garage Goes to RXBAR

by Collin Ritter

On Wednesday February 27th – members of The Garage were welcomed into the corporate headquarters of RXBAR. RXBAR is known for its health-conscious and tasty offerings of protein bars. Originally […]

The Garage x ImproveNU

by The Garage

At The Garage, students focus on finding solutions to problems. Often, they tackle issues they face in their own lives. It’s not surprising then that so many Residents and Tinkerers […]

Resident Spotlight: SustainED

by Megan Lebowitz

In the fall of 2018, Ronni Hayden and Rebecca Fudge rolled the dice and started at The Garage to develop their board game, which aims to teach high school students […]

Resident Spotlight: PAL

by Megan Lebowitz

Approximately 1 in 59 children have autism spectrum disorder, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network. Children on the autism spectrum may […]

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