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Segal Design Institute Hosts Prototype Purple

Alumni celebrate Homecoming at Ford Engineering Design Center

Alumni celebrated Homecoming at Prototype Purple.
Attendees took home keychains made in the Segal Shop.Attendees took home keychains made in the Segal Shop.
An alumnus of the MPD2 program at Prototype Purple.An alumnus of the MPD2 program at Prototype Purple.
Alumni with Jim Wicks, director of the MS EDI program.Alumni with Jim Wicks, director of the MS EDI program.
Prototype Purple attendees with keychains made in the Segal Shop.Prototype Purple attendees with keychains made in the Segal Shop.
Chris Baggott, a current student in the MS EDI program, with family members.Chris Baggott, a current student in the MS EDI program, with family members.
Alumni celebrated Homecoming at Prototype Purple.Alumni celebrated Homecoming at Prototype Purple.
A group of Prototype Purple attendees at the start of their Shop tour.A group of Prototype Purple attendees at the start of their Shop tour.
Alumni celebrated Homecoming at Prototype Purple.Alumni celebrated Homecoming at Prototype Purple.
To celebrate Homecoming, Segal Design Institute and the McCormick School of Engineering welcomed Northwestern alumni and their families to Prototype Purple on October 25. Held in the Ford Engineering Design Center, the annual event brings together Wildcats before the official University Pep Rally. This year, attendees enjoyed a tour of the Segal Prototyping & Fabrication Shop led by student shop trainers and managers. At the conclusion of the tours, participants could take home a Northwestern-themed keychain made in the Shop. In the Atrium of Ford, attendees enjoyed "Prototype Your Snack" stations. Watch the slideshow to see Purple Pride on display!
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