Job Announcement:  As part of its plans to propose new Center for Social and Environmental Futures (C-SEF), the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences seeks internal CU Boulder candidates for the following summer/fall 2022 positions: C-SEF Research Fellows We seek up to three scholars who are currently researchers in CIRES who wish to collaborate with C-SEF during summer and/or fall… Read More

Masks are currently not required at either CU Boulder campus or the David Skaggs Research Center (NOAA)—and policies at either place may change. Learn more about CU Boulder policy at this link, and the DSRC site status page will be updated with mask policy relevant for CIRES’ NOAA-based employees.… Read More

The CIRES Members’ Council is pleased to announce the 17th annual CIRES Rendezvous. This institute-wide symposium will take place on Friday, May 13 with the aim of bringing awareness to the depth, breadth, and quality of the pacesetting science being done at CIRES. We hope to encourage collaborations that might result in new interdisciplinary research,… Read More

Please see this link for the updated policy. Below information is for historical purposes only. This note clarifies CIRES’ inclement weather policy, following recent policy changes from CU Boulder (here) and NOAA/DOC. Briefly: If you normally work at the NOAA labs, please follow your laboratory/center’s closure and telework policy. If you normally work on CU… Read More

The 2022 Supervisor Training Series was launched on February 28. The recording of the first session is available. Link is at the top of the recordings listing on this page. This training is relevant for all CIRES supervisors regardless of how long you have been a supervisor. Many things have evolved over the years on… Read More

The Innovative Research Program is designed to stimulate a creative research environment within CIRES and to encourage synergy between disciplines and research colleagues. The intent is to support small research efforts that can quickly provide concept viability or rule out further consideration. The program encourages novel, unconventional or fundamental research that might otherwise be difficult to… Read More

CIRES supports a Graduate Student Research Award program to promote student scholarship and research excellence. The goal of the program is to recognize the scholarship and merit of CIRES’ outstanding graduate students. Any current Ph.D. student that is formally supervised by a CIRES Fellow or CIRES Researcher is eligible for this one-time award opportunity. Prospective… Read More

Dear students, faculty and staff, Our community continues to cope with the devastating impacts of the Marshall Fire, which recently destroyed more than a thousand homes in nearby Superior and Louisville––including the homes of dozens of faculty, staff and students who must now rebuild their lives. Given the impacts of the fire and a surge… Read More

Please help me welcome Rachael Fritchie and Lindsey Brown, our newest CIRES IT team members.  Rachael FritchieCIRES IT Web/Application and Visualization Developer Rachael is joining us from The University of Oklahoma College of Law where she served as their Web Applications Developer for the past ten years.  Before that she worked as a web developer… Read More

Please join the Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) and the Office of Victims Assistance (OVA) for the Managing Mental Health Through Traumatic Events webinar. This presentation and discussion will center around the events of the Marshall Fire. We will discuss how to take care of yourself, others and your community during this time. There… Read More