The Miller Center is pleased to offer members the opportunity to submit projects to be printed on the center’s 3D printer. The 3D Printer can create a physical object based on a design supplied as a digital file. These can be designs you’ve created yourself, or designs you’ve obtained from another source and have permission to use.
This Sunday, folks around the world will huddle around their TVs surrounded by chips, dips and wings. Some will be there for the football, others for the commercials. If you are interested in advertising, ad agencies, commercials, and more interestingly, what companies spend on the aforementioned advertising, you’ll love REDBOOKS.
One of the most frequent questions the librarians of the Miller Center get is, “How do I get funding for my new business?” If your start-up is in an emerging industry or has strong long-term growth potential you might consider venture capital, private equity or another non-traditional investor. But who are these investors and how […]
What better way to spend your Thanksgiving than visiting our fine website and reading through geeky statistics on our most delicious national holiday? And what better way to remind you that we have some amazing resources here at the Center, including the very informative Statista! So let’s get to it!