Washington, DC — The Commercial Spaceflight Federation (CSF) congratulates the College of Engineering & Applied Science at the University of Colorado Boulder on the grand opening of their new $100 million, 175,000-square feet flagship Aerospace Engineering Sciences complex that will help inspire the next generation of space and aeronautics leaders.
In addition to providing world-class learning spaces, the state-of-the-art building provides students, researchers and faculty access to cutting-edge technologies and laboratories that strengthen CU Boulder’s position as one of the nation’s leaders in aerospace.
“This will be a place in which our entire aerospace community can come together around education and research for the benefit of the industry, the state and the nation.” said Bobby Braun, the University of Colorado Boulder’s Dean of Engineering and Applied Science.
With Colorado being home to numerous commercial space and aerospace companies, the college is positioning itself as one of the premier talent pipelines for those seeking a career in aerospace.
“This new CU aerospace complex is a hub where industry can meet our students directly and prepare them for the challenges of tomorrow.” said Braun.