Mark Brown, RIT

Industrial & Systems Engineering
Journalism Minor

Everyone can innovate, but no one can do it alone. During my time at RIT, I brought back and run Innovator’s Hour; the largest think-tank for new ideas at RIT. I worked alongside the Simone Center helping students pursue personal projects in electronics, programming, and rapid prototyping at the RIT Makerspace. I have had a direct hand in at least four entrepreneurial teams at RIT ranging from machine learning to disability services.
 
The need for more innovation in special markets lead me to create Design For Diversity at RIT which encourages students to take a look at underrepresented demographics while designing products. I have a great passion for discovering the missing pieces to the puzzle of everyday life, from innovation to optimization!

Campus
Food
A community sourced project to end college hunger.
Bad
Correlation
A comedic look at Google search trends and data analytics 
NoFame
Chrome Extension
Chrome extension to remove the names of terrible people
An interactive electronics lesson plan builder for teachers
Paper
Breadboarding
Innovator's
Hour
Lead of a club that helps students share ideas for innovative products and services. RIT's largest think tank.
#NeedleClean
 
Community sourced cleanup project
3D Printing
& CAD
Creative things for 3D viewing and printing
QWOP
Learner
Program that learns how to walk in QWOP by randomly improving
Design
For Diversity
Created and lead a campus-wide event to help students create products aimed at breaking down barriers causing division among people
My
Awards
Awards I am grateful to have received

© 2019 by Mark Brown