In final Deutsch fellowship project, Courtney Duffy spearheads 3D/DC For the second straight year, Fractured Atlas sponsored 3D/DC, a 3D printing policy event on Capitol Hill, which was produced by our friends at Public Knowledge. While 3D/DC has grown and changed over its six years, its mission remains the same: to connect makers with federal policymakers to promote policy that will encourage, rather than hinder, innovation in the industry. This was my second year at the helm of 3D/DC — you can read up on last year’s event here — and it was sadly the last major project of my two-year fellowship.
by Courtney Duffy, Robert W. Deutsch Arts & Technology Policy Fellow at Fractured Atlas Late last month, I was lucky enough to attend a celebration of Baltimore’s newest makerspace, Open Works (photos below). The facility is near and dear to me, not only because I’ve come to know and admire makers through collaboration with the Congressional Maker Caucus on events like 3D/DC, but also because it was created with support from the organization that funds my fellowship, the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation.
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Courtney Duffy (@cduffy90), our Robert W. Deutsch Arts & Technology Fellow, spearheaded the 5th annual 3D/DC 2016 (#3DDC2016), the premier 3D printing policy event in the nation. The event took place on Capitol Hill over the course of April 13 and 14. Here is a recap.
In our final installment of our interview series with 3D printing industry leaders leading up to #3DDC2016, we talk to Teresa Sappington, Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow. Teresa is a high school engineering teacher from Lamar County Center for Technical Education in Purvis, MS. She is sponsored by the Department of Energy’s Office of Science and currently serves as a Congressional Fellow on Capitol Hill with Congressman Mark Takano’s office since the fall of 2015.
Courtney Duffy, our Robert W. Deutsch Arts & Technology Policy Fellow, is spearheading 3D/DC, the fifth annual 3D printing policy event sponsored by our friends at Public Knowledge which is scheduled to take place on Capitol Hill on April 14. For additional event details and to RSVP, click here. You can find the other posts in our 3D/DC 2016 blog series here, here,here, and here.
Courtney Duffy, our Robert W. Deutsch Arts & Technology Policy Fellow, is spearheading 3D/DC, the fifth annual 3D printing policy event sponsored by our friends at Public Knowledge which is scheduled to take place on Capitol Hill on April 14. You should come: For additional event details and to RSVP, click here.
This week we announced the details of 3D/DC 2016, an annual 3D printing policy event on Capitol Hill that is put on by our friends at Public Knowledge and the Congressional Maker Caucus. Our Robert W. Deutsch Arts & Technology Policy Fellow Courtney Duffy, who is running the event this year, recently interviewed the man who started it all: Michael Weinberg. The post below was originally featured here on the Public Knowledge blog.