The MakerSpace opens back up June 25, 2019 for the summer quarter. Summer hours are Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from 12pm to 7pm. Safety orientations are Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5pm. We are closed during all university holidays. If a university holiday falls next to a weekend (e.g. Friday or Monday), we will be closed that weekend as well.
We are closed for Independence Day (Jul. 4-8) and Intersession (Aug. 24-Sep. 24).
Fluke Hall 215
4000 Mason Road
Seattle, WA 98195
CoMotion MakerSpace is located in Fluke Hall, adjacent to Hall Health.
The main entrance to Fluke Hall is on the north side of the building, on the ground floor. This entrance is just south of the N21 lot on the lowest level of the Padelford parking structure. Immediately after coming through this main entrance, take the stairway or elevator on your right up to the second floor. After exiting the stairway or elevator on the second floor, go through the glass door. Suite 215 is the first door on your left.
A second entrance to Fluke Hall is on the south side of the building, as you walk east down the hill from the HUB towards the IMA, past the UW Club and the Facilities Services building. After going through this door, you will be in the south stairway; take the next door out into the 2nd floor hallway. Walk all the way down the hallway. Suite 215 is the last door on your right before you pass through a glass door to the north side elevator.
Jeanette Ennis supports UW researchers pursuing grant money to commercialize their innovations, and helps CoMotion secure economic development grant opportunities. Ennis joined CoMotion in 2009 after more than 15 years of broad research experience as a scientist, entrepreneur, and manager. Her areas of expertise include pharmacology, biochemistry, molecular biology, tissue engineering, and medical devices. She has worked with a variety of start-up companies as project manager, grant writer, and intellectual property manager, and held senior research positions at Cornell University and the UW Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery. She earned a doctorate in medical and molecular pharmacology from the University of California, Los Angeles, where she trained with Louis Ignarro, Nobel Laureate in Physiology. She also holds a certificate in technical writing and editing from the UW Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering.