Wayne Seltzer interviewed by CBS Denver

Wayne Seltzer featured on CBS Denver for Right to Repair

Dec. 10, 2019

Television station KCNC (CBS Denver) aired a segment on the Right-to-Repair movement, including the Nov. 10 Boulder U-Fix-It Clinic, run by Wayne Seltzer. The movement advocates for laws that allow consumers to fix the things they own. Many companies want consumers to buy new items, contributing to the mounting electronic waste stream.

Lauren Hampton

CTD'19 Lauren Hampton: I Look Like An Engineer

Dec. 9, 2019

Celeste Moreno shows a young visitor how to make music by painting on a piece of paper during the 2018 Computer Science Education Week.

Computer Science Education Week: Celeste Moreno leads educator workshop

Dec. 3, 2019

“Micro:bits are becoming an increasingly important part of coding for kindergarten through 12th-grade classrooms,” says Celeste Moreno, a research master’s student at CU Boulder’s ATLAS Institute who designed and will lead the "Making and Learning with Micro:bit" workshop. “It's an affordable and flexible tool that allows students to make changes in the physical world using code."

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ATLAS graduate student Cassandra Goodby featured on "Day as a Dev" podcast

Nov. 4, 2019

Armon Naeini stands in front of a background of different colors. The words, "Color My World," wraps along the side of his body,

CTD student's project chosen for Open Access Week installation

Oct. 15, 2019

Technology, Arts & Media (TAM) major Armon Naeini's augmented reality installation, ::body, is one of six works commissioned by University Libraries as part of CU Boulder's Open Access (OA) week, Oct. 21-25. The work, which will be exhibited in the ATLAS Lobby until the end of the month, is an...

Open Source hardware pendant

OSHWA's certification platform attracts hundreds of projects worldwide

Oct. 2, 2019

Hundreds of projects from across the globe have been certified by the new certification platform of the Open Source Hardware Association, directed by Alicia Gibb.


Registration opens for second annual Whaaat!? festival

Sept. 14, 2019

The 2019 Whaaat!? festival is almost here, and like last year's inaugural event, it promises something for every game aficionado: weird new games, old dusty games, overlooked gems, games with bizarre controllers, games that live in art museums and even games that may start arguments over what the game actually...

Babatunde Adegoke

ICTD and Babatunde Adegoke featured in CU Boulder engineering magazine

May 6, 2019

“I have the ability to choose whatever courses I want. I am able to find answers to all the questions that I have. So when I am designing technology solutions to problems now, I have better tools to do that.”

Nicole Johnson and Abigail Zimmermann-Niefeld

ATLAS PhD students honored by National Science Foundation

April 10, 2019

ATLAS PhD student Nicole Johnson and affiliated ATLAS PhD student Abby Zimmerman-Niefield have been selected as 2019 National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) fellows.

Nimb.ly team members from left to right: Devon Soto, Ted Thayer and Brandon Aguirre.

ATLAS grad student Ted Thayer helps NIMB.LY team to New Venture Challenge win

April 3, 2019

Ted Thayer, Creative Technologies and Design master's student in the creative industries track, was one of three students on the IT Track winning team for the New Venture Challenge Championships, taking home a $7,500 prize for their startup, Nimb.ly, a revolutionary software platform that helps catering companies keep their events efficiently staffed.