Zack Weaver
Lecturer
ATLAS Institute

Zack is a maker and educator working full time as a creative technologist and co-director of BLDG 61, the Boulder Public Library Makerspace. He received a BFA from the University of Michigan and an MS in architecture from Carnegie Mellon University. He played a key role in getting the ATLAS BTU Lab established; he left ATLAS after a year of PhD study to pursue an electronics company he co-founded while teaching interaction design and digital fabrication at Carnegie Mellon University. His passion for equity and accessibility in hands-on learning led him to the library system, where he advocates nationally for public access to technological literacy. 

Meet the Maker: BLDG 61 (Tested) 
The Joy of Learning and Creating: The Rise of Maker Spaces (KGNU)
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