Maker workshops are an opportunity for high school students to have a quick introduction to interesting, relevant topics. They also have the chance to immediately apply ideas they've learned to build something that functions, all under the guidance of undergraduate EECS students. We've held maker workshops on a variety of topics, including microcontrollers (how to integrate them into circuits and program on them), computer vision (utilizing the OpenCV library), IoT (building a distributed light map), and 3D printing (design and modeling principles).
Students model some 3D objects before printing.
Note: the photos from the 3 other workshops have not been uploaded yet, so those will be posted in the future