Wayne Seltzer helps someone at a fix-it clinic

Wayne Seltzer: Part of the global fix-it movement

Feb. 16, 2022

Wayne Seltzer started his own repair business when he was in the eighth grade; now a retired engineer, he's part of the global fix-it movement.

Wayne Seltzer working on a project in his basement

Wayne Seltzer, MIT alumnus and ATLAS technologist-in-residence, shares his passion for making

March 1, 2021

Wayne Seltzer, ATLAS Institute's technologist-in-residence, was featured as one of four MIT alumni who are ‘making’ their mark with a love for building and tinkering. As a maker mentor, Seltzer has worked with many students and the BTU community.

Wayne Seltzer holds several face shield parts next to his 3D printer, which is making several more.

ATLAS makers print face shield parts to help protect medical personnel from the novel coronavirus

April 14, 2020

Joining the global grassroots response to shortfalls in personal protective equipment, members of the ATLAS community are 3D printing face shields to help protect local medical personnel against the highly contagious novel coronavirus.

Jam Station

ATLAS Jam Station project selected for Maker Made 2020

Feb. 10, 2020

Jam Station, an interactive project created in ATLAS Professor Ellen Yi-Luen Do's Music Technology and Wellness class, was chosen as one of several installations being displayed at Maker Made 2020, a gallery show at Boulder Library’s Canyon Gallery.

Solar Arcade

ATLAS class culminates in Fiske Planetarium exhibits

Jan. 30, 2020

A one-of-a kind class, “Studio: Design an Immersive Science Exhibit,” taught by Mark Gross, Annie Bruns and Wayne Seltzer from ATLAS, and instructors from Fiske Planetarium and the National Solar Observatory, culminated in permanent exhibits within CU Boulder's Fiske Planetarium.

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.

Wayne Seltzer interviewed on Fox 31 for U-Fix-It Clinic

Wayne Seltzer featured on Fox 31 for U-Fix-It Clinic

Oct. 13, 2019

Wayne Seltzer, an ATLAS lecturer teaching electronics in the BTU Lab, was featured on Fox 31 for organizing Denver's first U-Fix-It Clinic. Seltzer, who has run the Boulder U-Fix-It Clinic for five years, says fixing items saves consumers money and is good for the environment. "You do not need an engineering degree to fix things," he adds.

Members of CU Science Discovery Robotics Engineering Academy sit around a table.

BTU Lab hosts CU Science Discovery camp

Aug. 27, 2018

This summer, the ATLAS BTU Lab hosted CU Science Discovery Robotics Engineering Academy and camp for high school students, instructed by ATLAS Lecturer Wayne Seltzer , along with Cicada Scott , teaching assistant and BTU lab assistant. "The campers enjoyed their time in the BTU Lab, making great use of...