Fryer, Bronwyn
March 2001
Inc.;2001 Inc. Technology 1, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p70
Features the Higher Education and Advanced Technology (HEAT) Center in Aurora, Colorado, and its role in educating the workforce of technology companies. Background on Denver Architectural; History of HEAT; Services offered by HEAT to businesses.


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