CU Denver looks to capitalize on its place in the city with revamped engineering college
“This kind of disruption is really at the intersection of technology, electric motors, aspects of engineering,” Dunn said. “It’s happening in the city. These things aren’t happening in Boulder. We can teach around these concepts happening right in front of our eyes. Engineers thinking about smart cities and smart infrastructure means something very different here than it would mean in Fort Collins or Golden. One can learn some of these fundamentals in various contexts, but doing it here is what’s very attractive.”
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