Girl looking up from computer.

Computer Science Education Week: Going Beyond Code

Dec. 6, 2017

The Laboratory for Playful Computation has developed technology that enables middle-school students to quickly create networks, connect devices, invent apps and design wearable technology.

Husband-and-wife duo Lisa and Matt Bethancourt show their game, Busy Work.

TAM director's game wins Indiecade17 Media's Choice award

Oct. 24, 2017

Called "amazing" by PC Gamer magazine, Matt and Lisa Bethancourt's Busy Work game, where players compete to send the most email, is an Indiecade winner.

Assistant Professor Ben Shapiro helps a student.

ATLAS professor to keynote IEEE Symposium

Sept. 26, 2017

Assistant Professor Ben Shapiro will be the keynote speaker for the IEEE Symposium in October.

EPIC students in training

Outreach awards connect public schools to research and creative work

Sept. 21, 2017

ATLAS Assistant Professor Ben Shapiro is a collaborator on two CU Boulder Outreach Awards for the 2017-18 school year, enabling work to move ahead on a pair of initiatives that connect research, teaching and creative work with education in Colorado public schools.

Specdrums being used

Pushing Boundaries: Specdrum rings let you turn any color, any surface into sound

May 17, 2017

TAM student Steven Dourmashki develops Specdrums: app-connected rings users wear on their fingers that turn colors into sounds.

Brady Risendal, Marla Bernstein, and Meridith Richter stand outside the Roser ATLAS building.

ATLAS Institute confers its first bachelor's degrees

May 10, 2017

Three students on Friday will represent the first class of graduates with the ATLAS Institute's bachelor of science degree in technology, arts and media (TAM).

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