Category: News

The DI Methodology Handbook represents a collaboration between CU Denver, the CMTC, and SUTD, and is co-branded appropriately.  At the CMTC, we use this DI Handbook in our collaboration projects with partners, DI courses for undergraduate and graduate students, and various co-curricular programs.  We are proud to share the DI Handbook as an open-source publication. […]
CU Denver’s Comcast Media and Technology Center (CMTC), the System Engineering Education Ecosystem (SEEE) team, and International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) have collaborated on a forward-thinking initiative that has the potential to benefit the entire Systems Engineering (SE) community. The SEEE Portal is intended as a unique online networking and feedback platform that enhances transparency and […]
The Lewis Family Awards exist to honor the memory of brother and sister, Drew and Nancy, by encouraging others to be “who they are, enjoy everything they do, and make a difference within their community”.  The Lewis family legacy to make others’ lives easier through volunteerism and philanthropy lives on through this wonderful opportunity in […]
A trio of CU Denver’s CMTC Design Innovation (DI) Team members are participating in this year’s EUReCA! research program, progress in their work. With the fantastic support of Professor Kris Wood and Faculty Mentor Aria Collopy, these innovators are engaged in valuable research aimed at making an impact in their field of study.  Here is […]
Domain of Discourse. Talking takes guts! A virtual game that encourages users to discuss contentious topics while facilitating a sense of security necessary to promote healthy communication and education. The central inquiry: How might we create a fun game that encourages an individual to empathetically communicate with others who have different beliefs and develop new […]
CU Denver’s Comcast Media and Technology Center (CMTC) is overjoyed to announce a generous contribution from the Bonfils Stanton Foundation (BSF) to support their work on the Five Points to Five Notes project.  BSF is renowned for its support of cultural organizations and continual investments that enhance the values, spirit, and diversity of Denver’s cultural […]
Communities across Denver, Colorado, and beyond have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.  While it may take years to understand its impacts fully, it is clear the crisis has compounded existing stress for socioeconomically disadvantaged populations and areas where language barriers exist.  With-in these communities, the effects of long-term stress have been shown to have […]
A virtual game that encourages users to discuss contentious topics while facilitating a sense of security necessary to promote healthy communication and education. The central inquiry: How might we create a fun game that encourages an individual to empathetically communicate with others who have different beliefs and develop new perspectives on divisive topics while fostering […]
A trio of CU Denver’s CMTC Design Innovation (DI) Team members are participating in this year’s EUReCA! research program, progress in their work. With the fantastic support of Professor Kris Wood and Faculty Mentor Aria Collopy, these innovators are engaged in valuable research aimed at making an impact in their field of study.  Here is […]
Along with Inworks, CMTC has been selected to design, implement, and execute a totally virtual experience for CU Denver’s campus-wide strategic planning initiative, Our Vision for 2030.  Professor Kris Wood and Inworks Lauren Herbert will lead a project team who will collaborate with Chancellor’s office, Strategic Planning Steering Committee, across both downtown and Anschutz Medical […]