Mushroom

Wearable technology brings high-tech to mushroom hunting

May 9, 2018

Assistant Professor Laura Devendorf and Jen Liu, ATLAS doctoral student, co-authored a new study that brings wearable technology to one of humanity's oldest pursuits.

Emily Daub performs a modern dance while wearing LED-lighted outfits that she designed and constructed herself.

"The Show" explores relationships through dance and digital technology

May 1, 2018

TAM senior Emily Daub is fascinated by how people are changed by their relationships. In her ambitious dance performance, she explores these ideas, featuring a wide range of dance styles and dance costumes that she designed with embedded wearable technology.

Woman holds up her project

Expo Spring 2018: Showcase of innovative invention and design

April 30, 2018

Celebrate the creative spirit, passion and technical wizardry of ATLAS on Wednesday, May 2, when more than one hundred students present their projects.

Chris Carruth

ATLAS Instructor Christopher Carruth wins award for outstanding teaching

April 20, 2018

He is enthusiastic, knowledgeable, amusing, respectful and he cares, say students of ATLAS Institute Instructor Christopher Carruth, who earlier this week was awarded a 2018 Marinus Smith Award for outstanding teaching.

Kevin Hoth

Kevin Hoth’s photos in Denver show

March 6, 2018

TAM Instructor Kevin Hoth's photographic works are being shown at Walker Fine Art in Denver.

Jason Salavon

The Artful Algorithm

Feb. 22, 2018

Jason Salavon uses algorithms to transform cultural data into abstract art.

Hayley Liebson

Lady in Tech empowers young women to become technologists

Feb. 7, 2018

TAM graduate Hayley Leibson is unstoppable. With an award-winning blog and widespread media attention, her message is reaching thousands of millenials.

T9Hacks Participant

Female-focused, collaborative hackathon session slated for Feb. 10

Jan. 17, 2018

Pack a laptop, a change of clothes and some creativity, and head over to the third annual T9Hacks, an event for female computer programming newcomers.

Emma Oosterhous

TAM alumna wins prestigious Marshall Scholarship

Dec. 13, 2017

Emma Oosterhous, an accomplished comic artist who graduated from CU Boulder in May 2017, will work on a master's degree in comics and graphic novels at the University of Dundee in Scotland.

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.

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