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What is the MME Clinic?

The MME Clinic inspires better student learning through authentic engineering activities including hands-on, practical applications, and engagement with the community in a space where students can experience integration between topics, courses, and programs.

WATiMake is home to the MME Clinic. It is a MME undergraduate student facility equipped with rapid prototyping tools and equipment to encourage the integration of engineering design into class activities. In addition, students are welcome to come in and work on prototypes, design projects, and other activities in their own time.

WATiMake is located in the DWE building in rooms 3509 and 3508. MME Clinic staff assist students with their projects and activities, develop new activities, provide instruction on safe use of equipment, and maintain the facility.

How can I use MME Clinic activities in my courses?

New activities for upcoming courses are constantly under development. Feel free to contact the MME Clinic staff to discuss ideas for new activities.

Courses that have featured MME Clinic activities:

For more information about activities that were developed for these courses, please see our Activities page.

Students can sign up for MME Clinic activities through the WCONLINE booking system. For more information about reserving WATiMake equipment or how students sign up for activities, please see our Bookings page.

Who is the Engineering Clinic team?

Jen Rathlin

Jen Rathlin
Clinic Engineer-in-Training

DWE 3509C

 

Eugene Li
Mechatronics Engineer-in-Training

DWE 3509D

 

Julia Chernushevich
Mechatronics Engineer-in-Training

E5 3051

 

Leif Falk
Research Engineer

DWE 2535

  Lavanya Srikanth

MME Clinic/WATiMake Assistant

DWE 3509B

 

Trevor Hall
MME Clinic/WATiMake Assistant

DWE 3509B

 

Sunghoon Ahn
Engineering Design Studio Assistant

DWE 3509B

WATiMake Hours

Monday:
1:00pm - 4:30pm

Tuesday - Friday:
8:30am - 4:30pm

Closed for lunch everyday.

WATiMake Policy

Contact Information

Jen Rathlin, Clinic Engineer-in-Training