Join us on Thurs., Dec. 21st at 1:00pm for ATLAS’ Recognition Ceremony in the Cofrin auditorium (ATLS 100). Congratulations to all the CU Boulder students who are completing their studies at CU and here at ATLAS in the Technology, Arts & Media program. The graduation ceremony recognizes students who will earn a BS degree with a Technology, Arts & Media major from the College of Engineering & Applied Science. We will also congratulate all the students completing the TAM Minor or Certificate. A casual reception will follow. Guests and family are welcome!
Graduating students: Please meet in ATLAS’ 2nd floor at 12:00
Guests: Please be seated in ATLAS 100 to await the students procession
Directions to ATLAS and parking can be found here!
Did you know that ATLAS offers a Master’s (MS) Engineering degree with two different tracks? The MS in CTD offers graduate study in Creative Technologies & Design, including a practicum-based curriculum for a range or digital media and design or creative expression. The MS in ICTD offers a 2-year professional Master’s in Information & Communication Technologies for Development leveraging technology for social impact or human need. Information about the programs, including application details, can be found on the ATLAS website. Or, please contact Ruscha Cohen, Co-Director of ATLAS Graduate Programs with question. Who are ATLAS graduate students? Meet CTD student Danny Rankin and ICTD alum Leland Smith. More profiles of current graduate students can also be found here.
Chris Koski: email@example.com
Need a hand with projects or filling in any gaps? Drop by the TAM Lab (ATLS 231) and ask the TAM Student Tutor. Chris Koski’s hours for the Fall 2017 semester will be Mon, Tues, & Fri from 1:00-3:00pm and Thurs 12:00-2:00pm.
The ATLAS building is open to the public from 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. weekdays and during special events.
TAM Students have 24/7 BuffOne Card Access
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 several programs: a Bachelor of Science in Technology, Arts and Media (BSTAM), a Minor in Technology, Arts and Media (MTAM) and a Certificate in Technology, Arts & Media (CDM). Our programs are designed to teach students creative thinking, technical skills, and visual communication within creative studio-based environments.