Parker medical school expands to Utah, adds PA program


Just 10 years after it was founded, a for-profit medical school in Parker is in the midst of a growth spurt. It’s launching a new master’s degree program and has broken ground on a second campus.

Owner’s ambition adds up to moving Mathnasium center

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Douthit, 49, who owns the Denver franchise rights for Mathnasium, an after-school tutoring center, is relocating one of them from Greenwood Village to a spot adjacent to Cherry Hills Village this month, hoping to add more clients.

High costs doom MSU-Denver, Colorado Heights deal


Metropolitan State University of Denver is backing out of a plan to take over and renovate 18 acres of the aging Colorado Heights University campus in southwest Denver, saying the cost is too high.

NYC coding school lands in Denver


General Assembly, which teaches computer programming and design courses, is launching its first workshops out of RiNo’s Industry building next week.

DC card craze deals in Lakewood school

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A U.S. geography card game for kids — which is played in tournaments around D.C. — got some table time in a Lakewood school on Tuesday.

Athletic testing firm races to high school finish line

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After years working with NFL hopefuls, a tech firm is heading back to high school and hoping to provide standardized athletic testing for high school students under the eye of college recruiters.

Mines awarded $2.5M for new lab

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To test aerospace technology made from increasingly popular 3-D printers, the Colorado School of Mines is opening a new lab, with help from a recent state grant and a group of big-name corporate partners.

New CU Denver fundraising head turns eye to alumni

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After helping bring in a $5.5 million gift from J.P. Morgan, a CU Denver director is hoping to build the school’s relationship with its alumni and hopefully bring in more individual donations.