Meet the Mentors

UNH ECenter students use the Makerspace


The Makerspace mentors are the heart of this student-run space. They donate their time to help the UNH community learn to use the equipment in the Makerspace and turn ideas into physical creations.



Makerspace Mentors

Connor Marvin '25 (CEPS)

Hello there! My name is Connor Marvin and I’m majoring in Computer Engineering. I have a lot of experience with 3D printing and manual machines (Drill press, etc.) I love history and looking at how the engineering of devices has changed over the years! My favorite dining hall (and best dining hall) is Philbrook because of the pizza and stir fry! In my spare time I play with my Esports team and I hike. If you have an idea, let’s make it a reality!

Logan LoPresti '25 (CEPS)

Hello, my name is Logan LoPresti. I am studying electrical engineering. I am an Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America with a love of technology and working with my hands. This Makerspace helps provide the tools for people to make their ideas into reality, and I am a man who can help make that happen.  


Julia Brockman '25 (COLSA)

Hello, my name is Julia Brockman. I am currently a veterinary technology and animal science major. I love all kinds of crafts and I am very passionate about woodworking.I love working with the laser engraver and band saw in the Makerspace.There is truly nothing better than making models come to life on the 3D printer! If you have any projects in mind or just want to come by to get some ideas, feel free to visit the Makerspace and we can make it happen.


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