Get Technical! Get TAM

The Technology, Arts & Media Program is part of the ATLAS Institute on the University of Colorado at Boulder Campus. ATLAS is an innovative campus-wide initiative in education, research, creative work and outreach in which information and communication technology is the enabling force.

The Technology, Arts and Media Program offers three programs: a Minor in Technology, Arts and Media (MTAM) and a Certificate in Digital Media (CDM), and a Digital Media Bootcamp. Our programs are designed to teach students creative thinking, technical skills, and visual communication within creative studio-based environments.

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ATLAS Workshop: Same is Lame

  • Dec. 3rd: Join ATLAS Director Mark D. Gross for a Workshop on Creative Thinking
  • 4:30-6:00 in ATLS Lobby
  • This ATLAS workshop is open to all CU students, including TAM. It's a great way to look at the how we think and create. Sign up for a hands-on, dynamic afternoon. Meet other students, think about inventing and play with new ideas that integrate design and creative thinking into your projects or teams. Note: RSVP is needed by 12/1!
  • Email: cualtas@colorado.edu

Graduate Programs at ATLAS

  • Interested in knowing about options for graduate study here at the ATLAS Institute, including a Master's and PhD?
  • There are great ways to expand your horizons and pursue interests at the intersection of technology and society.
  • To learn more, please email Ruscha.Cohen@Colorado.Edu
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    New Faculty: Alicia Gibb

    We are thrilled that Alicia Gibb joined our team as a lecturer in Fall 2014! Alicia teaches our Physical Computing courses and directs ATLAS' new BTU (Blow Things Up) Lab over in the Environmental Design Building (ENVD 234). She is currently piloting our new course entitled, "Search: Information in the Digital Age" which explores how to use technological tools to find the information that you need. Read more about Alicia and her extensive experience with Physical Computing, Hackerspaces and Library Science: Read More

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    TAM is now a concentration for General Engineering Plus!

    General Engineering Students can now earn a focus in Technology, Arts & Media.
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    Fall 2014 Hours

    Walk-In Tutoring Hours

    Justin Powell: justin.powell@colorado.edu
    ATLS225
    Tuesdays: 6 pm–8pm
    Wednesdays: 11am–1pm
    Fridays: 1pm–4pm
    Office hours continue through the Fall semester.

    Equipment Checkout Hours

    Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 9 am–11 am
    Tuesday and Thursday: 2 pm—4 pm
    ATLS223 (ATLAS Front Desk)
    Checkout equipment and policies

    ATLAS Building Hours

    The ATLAS building is open to the public from 7am–8pm weekdays and during special events.

    Students taking classes have access until 11pm Monday–Thursday, and until 8pm on Fridays, and from 2pm–6pm Saturdays and 3pm–11pm Sundays.