A Denver company that rents equipment for outdoor adventures just bought another 50 canvas tents to support a booming “glamping” rental business.
The Jefferson County School District last month listed the 30,000-square-foot former Sobesky Academy at 2001 Hoyt St. for $2.8 million.
The lawsuit accuses CU of ignoring the professor’s repeated efforts to undermine his research and reputation.
The Colorado School of Mines is adding to its Golden campus with the $5 million purchase of a 1980s office building, 10 minutes from the center of campus.
“It was something we wanted to provide our members,” board member Lisa Olsen said. “They’re really excited about the location just because it’s near the Starbucks and bagel shop.”
The NSF’s Small Business Innovation Research grant comes on the heels of a smaller award early last year for the STEM-focused education app.
With her new position, the former Under Secretary of the U.S. Navy is landing back in the state where her military and higher education career first took flight.
A $7 million restaurant, taproom and production facility on a four-acre plot – complete with its own apple orchard – is coming to Lafayette.
The University of Denver has demolished one of the oldest residence buildings it owns, after repairs were projected to cost more than $4 million.
Defunct for-profit occupational school Heritage College has stiffed local advertising firms and banks, according to recently filed financial statements in bankruptcy court.