Graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Creative Technology and Design, Michelle Galetti has been recognized with both the ATLAS Outstanding Undergraduate Award and the CEAS Outstanding Graduate of the College.
Daniel Strangfeld started at the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2016 on a path towards becoming an architect. But once he learned that drawing wasn’t his favorite thing to do, Daniel decided to switch into the Technology, Arts and Media program.
I remember learning about the #iLookLikeAnEngineer campaign at one of my orientation days, and even though I didn't have a role model at CU yet, the #iLookLikeAnEngineer concept made me feel welcomed. I felt more able to become an engineer that I was proud to be at CU!
Jordan Denning, a first-generation college student, is graduating with a BS in Technology, Arts and Media, a minor in computer science and a certificate in engineering leadership, earns the 2020 ATLAS Institute Outstanding Undergraduate Award.
Graduating summa cum laude from the College of Engineering and Applied Science with a BS in Technology, Arts and Media, Nate Bennett has distinguished himself at CU Boulder as a mentor, teacher and leader, earning him an ATLAS Institute’s Outstanding Undergraduate Award.
Jolie Klefeker graduates on May 14 from the College of Engineering and Applied Science with a BS in Technology, Arts and Media, but as a researcher in the ATLAS Institute’s Unstable Design Lab, her work often rises to the level of a successful PhD student.