Work on a new aerospace and engineering sciences facility had its official lift-off Thursday on an Auraria college campus.
Construction crews last week topped out a new $23 million addition on DU’s campus with the installation of a blue tile spire.
Shortly after cutting more than 100 jobs from a Thornton call center, an education nonprofit is closing the facility down, along with a college campus in Aurora.
The university’s school of computer science and engineering is getting a new home equipped with more spaces for collaboration and 3-D printers.
Not a semester after buying more than 50 colleges from now-bankrupt Corinthian, an education group has cut nearly half of its staff at a call center in Thornton.