Since 2013, the annual Made in Millersville conference has grown 1,500 percent from an initial 25 participants to well over a couple hundred. This year’s event is particularly special, as it is included in the week-long student-focused inauguration festivities for Dr. Daniel Wubah who will be sworn into the office of president on April 18.
Occurring on April 16, Made in Millersville will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Francine G. McNairy Library and Learning Forum at Ganser Hall. The event is free and open to the public, and will feature the scholarly and creative work of Millersville University (MU) students. This year, the art club will also be conducting an interactive exhibit on the sixth floor of the library, where it will be turned into a new world made of paper.
“There will be over 400 students representing every University department and major, exhibiting, performing or presenting their original creative or scholarly work in an open and engaging atmosphere,” said intern, Amanda Hardin.
Students’ work will also be published in the annual “Made in Millersville” journal, an online website that features previous and current articles detailing the many projects that were displayed at the conference. This addition to the conference is especially significant, as it adds to student resumes in ways that will certainly make an impression on future employers.
To register to attend this event, please visit: https://millersvilleirb.formstack.com/forms/mim_guest
To volunteer as a reviewer, please visit: https://www.madeinmu.education/register-here