ATLAS Mobile Makers is the only student led mobile app development club at the University of Colorado Boulder! Join us weekly to learn, collaborate, and design amazing apps in both Android and iOS. No previous experience is required. CU students of all majors and experience levels welcome!
Interested in a workshop for practical electronics to learn how to make things that blink, move and make noise? No prior experience needed; experts welcomed too! This is a great way to build experience with electronics design and implementing your project.
We haven't scheduled session for Fall 2018, but we could if there is interest. Contact email@example.com
Location: ATLAS BTU Lab (ATLS 113)
Faculty Coordinator: Wayne Seltzer
The University of Colorado Boulder Esports club aims to provide a fun, social, and professional environment for those who wish to play competitive gaming. Students of all skill levels encouraged to participate, and have non-competitive games and events as well. Provides students with an easy way to connect with others on campus who share the interest in gaming. CU Esports has official teams for League of Legends, CSGO, Dota2, Overwatch, and more, who compete against other universities around North America for millions of dollars in scholarships and prizing. Tryouts and more information is available through CU Gaming student organization.
The University of Colorado Boulder Gaming club aims to provide a hub for everything related to games at CU. We want to connect students over their love for games via events, both on-campus and online, and through social media. Whether it be League of Legends, Overwatch, Pokemon, Virtual Reality, Magic, D&D, or Catan, we're always looking to provide our community with fun and alternative ways to fill in time between classes!
“Curiosity” is a student community that meets weekly to showcase the work and passion of a unique individual through a talk or workshop. The purpose of these talks is to allow us to connect to people who engage in projects outside of the traditional scope of work we’ve come to expect out of our respective fields. The talks will generally hover around the theme of creative technology and social good, but ultimately they may vary. Curiosity also has unofficial social gatherings after talks so members can engage with the speaker and each other in a more fun setting! All are welcome.
Email: Faisal Lalani
An informal bi-weekly group who meets to discuss on-going course and personal progress, process, and the creative methodologies and techniques which range inside the TAM program. Think of it as an out-of-class collaboration (and support) group.
Meets: On hiatus until 4/17
Location: ATLS 208 (Hackery)
Faculty Coordinator: Chris Carruth
The CU Boulder chapter of Design for America (DFA) is a community of interdisciplinary students working to create a student-culture of design thinking, problem solving, entrepreneurship, and social impact. We use human-centered design principles to solve real-world, complex problems alongside passionate community members. Everyone is welcome regardless of major or level of experience! Learn more on our website!
Interested in learning about drones and the hobby of drone racing? Join a community of people interested in drones and build technical skills, like flying, electronics, programming, troubleshooting and more. The club is also meant to teach students about FAA regulations, safe flying and ethical concerns brought up by the presence of drones in society. All are welcome. No experience or equipment needed.
Meets: Thursdays 6 PM
Location: ATLAS BTU Lab (ATLS 113)
Student Leader: Dylan Price
This is a recreational group centered around the social and competitive aspects of Super Smash Brothers. Our goal is to bring both seasoned players and strangers to the game together to bask in the glory that is Super Smash Brothers. We offer casual, competitive, and tournament style gameplay in all versions of the game. CU students of all majors and experience levels welcome!
Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality (VR/AR) Club is a community fostering the education and development of VR/AR related technologies and applications. The community will introduce members to new technology platforms, such as Oculus Rift, HTC VIVE, Google Daydream, and Microsoft Hololens, and hold a meeting space for attending workshops to learn about developing for VR/AR; connecting with other students/local community developers interested in VR/AR; and testing, building, and collaborating on projects. Join us for these meetings to learn more about Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality! To get more information about VR/AR related news, internships, resources, events, club news, VR/AR tutorials, and access to the club Slack Channel, sign up at bit.ly/cuvrarclub_signup