Please join Waleed Abdalati and Christine Wiedinmyer on November 3 from 2-3 pm as they discuss the Career Track promotion process and related updates, give guidance on the promotion package preparation, and touch on the promotion from Research Scientist III to Senior Research Scientist. There will also be a Q&A portion as well. This session… Read More


All CIRES researchers, faculty, staff, Visiting Fellows and graduate students are welcome to submit! Find the rules here. Submit photos here. We especially want to see images of field research and lab work. Contest closes December 31. Contact the CIRES Communications Team with any questions.… Read More


Please make note of several important changes in 2021’s Christmas and New Years holidays for the CU Boulder campus. –Friday, Dec. 24: CU Boulder campus OPEN; NOAA offices CLOSED–Monday, December 27: CU Boulder campus CLOSED; NOAA offices OPEN–Tuesday, December 28: CU Boulder campus CLOSED; NOAA offices OPEN–Friday, December 31: CU Boulder campus AND NOAA offices… Read More


CU Boulder offers free professional headshots for faculty and staff at ARC room 536 (3100 Marine St, Rm 536). To reserve your time slot please visit this site. You will receive a calendar invitation automatically from the system. Office hours and slots are available now to address the COVID related backlog, but hours will be… Read More


The CIRES Mentorship Program will begin again in September. Mentor registration will be open Sept 7 through the 17 with mentee registration occurring from Sept 20 to Oct 1.  This 8-month program is designed to build connections across CIRES and NOAA, foster career development, and enhance a sense of community and belonging within the research… Read More


Starting this week, you will see a new feature in CIRES event emails: ICS files. CIRES Communications is creating these calendar event files for your convenience—they may help you quickly import events like CIRES Town Halls or seminars into your personal calendars.   What’s an ICS File?  An ICS file is a calendar file saved… Read More


CU Boulder faculty, staff, and students should note that while the declaration of a state of emergency is no longer in effect for Colorado, the federal Public Health Emergency remains in effect through at least October 18, 2021. Public Health Emergency Leave (PHEL) remains in effect until at least four weeks after the federal Public… Read More


As we gear up for a fall start there are some updates of your options for getting to and parking on campus. CU Boulder has developed a list of Frequently Asked Questions to assist you in determining what options will work best for you. Whether you plan to bus, bike, vanpool or drive a personal vehicle to… Read More


Dear Colleagues, We want to provide you with an update on COVID-related operational guidance from CU Boulder, as of July 1. Masks: Masks or facial coverings are no longer required indoors on the CU Boulder campus, including CIRES units, as of July 1. Inside CIRES facilities, masks or facial coverings are still strongly encouraged for individuals who are… Read More


Rendezvous 2021 was a resounding success. You can find a link to Waleed’s Institute address here. The slide deck for this presentation is here. Special thanks to the CMC, CIRES IT, Linda Pendergrass and many others who contributed their talents, and creativity and special congratulations to the many award winners who were recognized for their… Read More