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T3 Alaska Program

There are four statewide T3 Clubs:

  • Makerspace
  • Drone
  • Energy
  • Earth Observation

Clubs will meet from 4-5 p.m. once per week on Zoom.

  • Tuesdays (Makerspace and Drone)
  • Thursdays (Energy and Earth Observation)
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Energy Club students insulates windows to conserve energy.
Energy Club students insulates windows to conserve energy.

Energy Club students insulates windows to conserve energy.

Makerspace equipment.

Makerspace equipment.

Drone Club student learns to fly a drone.

Drone Club student learns to fly a drone.

Earth Observation club uses Rpi Computer to collect data.

Earth Observation club uses Rpi Computer to collect data.

Student uses Makerspace equipment to solder.

Student uses Makerspace equipment to solder.

Energy Club members work on group projects.

Energy Club members work on group projects.

Makerspace Club

Become a makerspace master! Gain skills in 3D Printing, Laser Cutting, CAD design, and more! This club is Sponsored by College of Engineering and Mines (CEM) at UAF and led by Petie Deveer.

ZOOM Link to Makerspace Club Meeting
Tuesdays: 4-5 p.m.

Drone Club

Get Flying! From Tellos to Mavic Pro’s, students in the drone club work through Drone Badges, and progress towards the Part 107 Commercial Drone Operator license. This club is sponsored by Alaska Center for Unmanned Aerial Systems Integration (ACUASI) and is led by Brian Reggiani.

ZOOM Link to Drone Club
Tuesdays: 4-5 p.m.

Energy Club

Energy club, students gain skills and knowledge in the topics of energy efficiency, micro-grids, power systems, and more, through hands-on activities and community projects. This club is sponsored by the Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP) and is led by George Reising.

ZOOM Link to Energy Club Meeting
Thursday: 4-5 p.m.

Earth Observation Club

Take Raspberry Pi sensors to the next level! Students in the T3 EarthObs club engage with all types of scientific sensors (ground motion, weather, soil temperature, cameras, and more) to monitor their environment. This club prepares students for technical fieldwork through gaining skills in small remote power systems (solar & batteries), computer networking, and weatherproof enclosure design. This club is sponsored by the Alaska Earthquake Center and is led by Gabriel Low.

ZOOM Link to Earth Observation Club Meeting
Thursday: 4-5 p.m.

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