The MShop at Dartmouth is more than a machine shop or a makerspace shop, it is the place to go to turn ideas into reality, for both teaching and research. MShop staff help plan project-oriented curricula and work with Dartmouth engineers, scientists, and students to design and build devices safely and effectively.
Contact the MShop@dartmouth.edu for teaching or research requests in machining, making, manufacturing, and fabrication.Anyone making a request through the main contact, can expect to hear back from a technical instructor within 1–2 business days.
Instructors & Staff
The MShop at Dartmouth is an instructional workshop serving students, researchers, and faculty. We strive
Teaching is our mission. We don’t make things. We make engineers.
Instructors are professional in appearance and demeanor.
Interpersonal relationships are collegial, respectful, and friendly.
Teaching takes many forms, including managing student design teams, providing opportunities for practicing skills, and training a student staff.
Work environment is collaborative and non-competitive.
Skills are drawn from diverse fields.
Performance is measured from our clients' perspective.
Staff is cross-functional—all of us do all jobs and work all shifts.
Everyone is responsible for safety in the workshops.
We embrace 5S principles of tidiness and workplace standardization.