Workshop will take place virtually this fall (Sept. 23-24). Registration is free with no cap on the number of participants, and is open to all STEM undergrad and grad students plus postdocs. General information about the workshop can be found here: https://www.aaas.org/programs/catalyzing-advocacy-in-science-and-engineering. The registration page is now live at this address: https://aaas.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ntMnPu6KQZiidOGO4NjXiw. New information: https://cires.colorado.edu/about/institutional-programs/aaas-case-workshop-student-competition.… Read More


Give an AGU- or AMS-style with 10-12 minutes of presentation and the remaining 3-5 minutes for questions! Dates: One of Sept. 17, Oct. 15, or Nov. 12, 11:00 am. To Apply for Consideration, send an email to andrew.c.winters@colorado.edu with your information as follows: Your Name: Affiliation: Email: Talk Title: Summary: (A short summary of the talk – this can… Read More


Are you interested in the intersection of art and science? This is an opportunity for you! Please consider applying for the Art + Science + Action Partnership 2021-22 cohort! Cohort members will learn how to: Develop and facilitate collaborative, team-based, art + science + action projects that utilize a set of guidelines for art + science… Read More


CRDDS September Events 09/02: CU Research Computing New User Seminar09/07: Introduction to QGIS09/09: Super Computing Spin Up: Part 1 — Working with Linux09/13: Publish not Perish: Knowing Your Rights as an Academic Author09/15: Tableau Dashboarding09/16: Super Computing Spin Up: Part 2 – Job Scheduling09/22: JupyterLab 3: Beyond the Notebook09/22: Toward reproducible, reliable and resilient research:… Read More


Hosted by: Beyond the Professoriate Summary of the program for each day and registration on their website: https://beyondprof.com/conference/ It’s our 8th annual online career conference this year. Much has changed for graduate students and PhDs since our conference last May. As the economy prepares for recovery, we want to help you prepare to enter the… Read More


Michael White, a senior editor for Nature, is hosted by ENVS in their Spring Colloquium Series to discuss the inner workings of Nature! This event is taking place Wednesday 4/21 from 3:30 – 4:30 pm.Please register prior to attending at the following link: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUqdu-hpz0tGdMykpJIVdkH9_RoJOGzNeoZ… Read More


Please see below for info on a mental health webinar occurring this Wednesday April 7 which is co-organized by a number of societies and is being hosted by American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. As you will see below, grad students and postdocs are two of the groups this event has been organized for:… Read More


Presented by NCAR’s Education & Outreach Team: Writing a Research Statement Mar. 18th, 9:30 – 10:45 am MT Register here to get Zoom details sent to you. All are welcome. Workshop Format:  Panelists will share their research statements ahead of time, and then about how to approach writing a research statement with tips like: Research the organization… Read More


Research Experiences for Community College Students (RECCS) is a summer research internship program for Colorado Community College students in the earth and environmental sciences. Each RECCS student works for 9 weeks with a mentor (or mentors) to conduct an authentic research project, which they present as a poster and talk at the end of the… Read More


There is a cover letter workshop hosted by NCAR’s Education & Outreach team on March 4th, 9:30 am. To participate in the cover letter workshop, please complete these 6 steps: 1. Register for this workshop. Also please email Valeria Sloan (vsloan@ucar.edu) to let her know so that she has your email address!! 2. Find a… Read More