The showcase will feature some of the greatest projects and products developed by UD students from categories such as art, fashion, electronics, mechanics, handcrafts, social impact projects and more. This showcase organizers say this is an opportunity for UD to gives students a look into the variety of what is going on with fellow classmates.
According to the organization, the showcase will reflect hard work, skill and creativity of some of the brightest minds on campus by featuring exciting projects from a variety of different backgrounds.
DIP's Executive Board member Matt Benedict says this event is a good showcase for college education.
The registered student organization DIP was started at UD in the Fall of 2013.
The club has had over 20 members in the past two years. This years event will showcase over 20 different groups.
"The organizations main focus is to connect with students with the innovation that is occurring on campus and with other aspiring students," Benedict said. You would be surprised at how much a communication gap exists on campus when it comes to informing students about projects, products and other innovations.