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Both MIX locations offer visitors access to various types of technologies and resources. Workshops are held to teach the skills and concepts necessary to proficiently operate the associated machinery or software. In addition to workshops, competitions, and accelerator programs that foster entrepreneurial thinking, we at the MIX offer:

  • 1,400 sq ft makerspace, MIX@Innovation
  • 14,000 sq ft collaboration space, MIX@Fenwick
  • Collaboration with the Mason Small Business Development Center
  • Hand and power tools
  • Virtual reality room with HTC Vive and Oculus Rift
  • Screen printing, vinyl cutter, and heat press
  • Sewing and embroidery machines
  • CNC Laser cutter and engraver
  • Soldering station
  • Electronics prototyping tools, including breadboards, jumpers, multi-meters, and oscilloscopes

Additional Press Resources

Office of Strategic Communications (OCM)

The Office of Strategic Communications (OCM) can connect members of the media with Sean Mallon and provide news and information, photography, and video about the Mason Summer Entrepreneurship Accelerator program and the network of MIX spaces.

Media Access to Campus

Media representatives are asked to arrange interviews and photo sessions with faculty, staff, or students in advance through OCM. A member of our staff will accompany reporters, video crews, and photographers on campus to ensure confidentiality, privacy, and appropriate sensitivity to students and families.

News media must seek permission from OCM to videotape or broadcast live from campus, and they must park in designated areas. Permission will usually be granted for exterior work, as long as it does not interfere with university operations. At times, Mason will limit television broadcasting to specific locations. Unless you are otherwise notified, a Mason representative must be present.

In all circumstances, news media representatives must seek permission to enter or shoot in interior spaces, including laboratories, classrooms, or administrative buildings. Permission is usually granted if shooting doesn’t interfere with university activities, impinge on privacy, or jeopardize the safety of university personnel, visitors or facilities.

Visitor Information (Press)

Visitor parking is available in the Rappahannock Parking Deck. Coordinate parking arrangements with the Office of Communications and Marketing before visiting Mason.

To schedule and interview or suggest a story idea, call OCM at 703-993-8781

Or email John Hollis at jhollis2@gmu.edu