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.
Facing mounting lawsuits and unpaid bills, the 30-year-old for-profit university is liquidating through Ch. 7 bankruptcy.
One of the biggest donors to the University of Denver is again taking out the checkbook – this time for a philanthropy and social enterprise program.
For university endowments this year, a strong performance meant losing the least, not gaining the most.
The school’s Geology Museum in Golden needed two vans and 150 boxes to transport a valuable donation of gems, minerals and meteorites.
In July David and Allison McMurtry started renovating 1914-era Robert Steele Gymnasium in Berkeley into a Goddard School. The 12,000-square-foot, mission-style building sits at West 39th Avenue and King Street and was originally built as a community center for North Denver.