What is the ITL Program?
The mission of the Integrated Teaching and Learning (ITL) Program is “to pioneer a multidisciplinary learning environment that integrates engineering theory with practice and promotes creative, team-oriented problem-solving skills.” Program components include a first-year design and build course, experimental hands-on learning courses, design expos, and senior-design projects. Please visit the About Us section to learn more about the program and the associated 34,000 square-foot learning facility, the ITL Laboratory.
Tour the ITL Laboratory
The ITL Laboratory is both fun and educational. Take a self-guided tour and view student flow-visualization art, hands-on exhibits, leading-edge test and measurement equipment. Or, for school-group visits, please schedule advanced reservations with the ITL admin office.
Engineering Design Expo
Bring the family for this fun, and FREE, exposition of projects designed and created by CU-Boulder engineering students. Rube-Goldberg contraptions, assistive-technology devices, developing-world technologies, and many more creative inventions and products are displayed and demonstrated at the end of the fall and spring semesters. Please visit our Design Expo section for more information.
Engineering Programs for K-12 Students
By exploiting engineering as a vehicle to integrate math and science, the ITL Program offers a wide range of hands-on engineering initiatives for K-12 teachers and students. Explore the NSF GK-12 program, TEAMS, and our other K-12 engineering programs.