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ComEd announced that it has been selected by the United States Department of Energy to receive a $1.2 million grant to build a master controller that could drive the operations of clusters of microgrids. ComEd assembled a group of leading science and technology partners for the DOE proposal including Alstom Grid, Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois Institute of Technology, Microsoft, OSIsoft, Quanta Technologies, S&C Electric, Schneider Electric and University of Denver.
A coalition of environmental organizations this week filed a motion to preserve the groundbreaking ban on fracking enacted by Longmont, Colorado voters in 2012. Our Health Our Future Our Longmont , Food & Water Watch , Sierra Club , and Earthworks , represented by the University of Denver Law Clinic, appealed a July ruling by a Colorado judge that struck down the prohibition.
The groups that joined the city of Longmont in its defense of its citizen-passed fracking ban have filed an appeal of a judge's decision that would overturn the ban.
Faculty members can experience the organizational and planning aspects of civic engagement as barriers to its use. At small rural colleges, institutional resources are less formalized and can add to the perception of difficulty in undertaking community based action.
NCSL's Early Learning Fellows class of 2014 heard a presentation on the economic benefits of investing in early childhood, toured a program that provides single mothers and their children with a safe and affordable place to live, and saw research into the role of early mathematics skill development during a pre-conference to NCSL's annual Legislative Summit in August. The class comprises 20 legislators and three legislative staff representing 14 states.
Fort Morgan Municipal Court Administrator Amanda Dunn, right, talks to the Fort Morgan City Council members during their April 1 showcase tour about what the court does and some of the changes that have been made in the last six months "to make the court more efficient and achieve the goal of becoming revenue neutral versus relying on support from the General Fund," according to City Manager Jeff Wells, center. Dunn was just named the latest city employee of the quarter on Sept.
Gov. John Hickenlooper announced Hutchison's appointment Tuesday on the steps of the Capitol, touting the Colorado native as a man who appreciates his surroundings and can encompass the essence of the state. "Poetry speaks to every aspect of our lives," Hutchison said.
President Barack Obama says he has a plan to defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria also known as ISIS. Experts on the topic met at the University of Denver on Monday who agree with the president on broadening the U.S. mission.
The drive along the U.S. 36 corridor between Denver and Boulder offers stunning views of the mountains that make up Colorado's Front Range, as well as impressive perspectives on the state's economic growth. Technology companies in the life sciences, telecommunications, energy and aerospace have found a home along the often-congested corridor, which is among many physical examples of Colorado's business boom.
I am a Tax Partner in WithumSmith+Brown's National Tax Service Group and the founding father of the firm's Aspen, Colorado office. I am a CPA licensed in Colorado and New Jersey, and hold a Masters in Taxation from the University of Denver.
Francis J. Pierson, author of "Summit of Destiny: Taming the Pikes Peak Country, 1858-1918" shown here, will be the speaker at the Brown Bag Lunch at noon Tuesday at Fort Morgan Library & Museum. Colorado author and musician Francis Pierson will be the featured speaker at the Sept.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 11:46 am
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