August 18, 2000
Colorado's New Technology Institute Loses Top 2 Officials
The new Colorado Institute of Technology is losing its top two leaders just five months after it was formed, and before its college classes have even begun.
The institute, financed by private funds, links Colorado public, private, and commercial institutions in a major push by state officials to further information-technology education.
The institute's president, John Buechner, and its chancellor, David Laube, said this month that they would resign
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