Wednesday, October 14 at 4:00pm to 5:00pm A weekly, open meeting discussing issues and initiatives for graduate and professional students at CU Boulder. Each meeting begins with an Open Forum period where anyone is welcome to bring questions, concerns, and announcements. Agenda items will be posted publicly on our website. Dial-In Information https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/92365322758Meeting ID: 923 6532 2758Passcode:… Read More


Wednesday, October 14 at 11:00am to 4:00pm Employers will be recruiting majors including accounting, banking, consulting, government, human services, management, retail, sales, communications and more. CU Boulder students and alumni from all majors, experience levels and backgrounds are welcome to attend this FREE event. Step 1: Complete your Handshake profile Step 2: RSVP for the event in Handshake… Read More


Graduate students associated with the University of Washington’s Program on Climate Change and the MIT Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences are pleased to announce the 14th Annual Graduate Climate Conference (GCC), which will be held virtually October 30 – November 1, 2020. The GCC is an interdisciplinary conference run by graduate students, for… Read More


The EGU Atmospheric Sciences Early Career committee (partially aided by the AGU counterpart) is putting on a networking event about diversity in geosciences, this Thursday at 9am MST. This will be an informal discussion [first in small groups then everyone together] about how to enhance diversity in geoscience. Here’s the link to register: https://vu-live.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMldOCrrD4rHt0jXe4veswJBCbyUwiP6oLk And… Read More


This year AGU is remote like many other conferences have done over the past months. This year AGU is still offering the travel grants for students who will remotely attend to help with attendance cost. This year the travel grant is a little different. In total, the award is $1000 if selected. The first $500… Read More


Graduate students associated with the University of Washington’s Program on Climate Change and the MIT Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences are pleased to announce the 14th Annual Graduate Climate Conference (GCC), which will be held virtually October 30 – November 1, 2020. The GCC is an interdisciplinary conference run by graduate students, for… Read More


If you aren’t receiving emails from these departments, make sure to check out the events that are happening today through next week. You can find the calendar here. This calendar is always a good one to keep checking on. Today: Publication Bootcamp: Summer 2020 Edition Webinar: Moving from resistance to writing Tomorrow: Habits, Happiness, and… Read More


The community at BioRender would like to invite the CIRES Graduate Association and its members to help us decide who will win over $50,000 in prizes! Please feel free to vote on submissions from the following fields:Molecular Biology, Genetics & BiologyMicrobiology & ImmunologyCell biologyAnatomy, Physiology, & MedicineNeuroscience, Cognitive Science & PsychologyBioinformatics & BiotechnologiesPlant, Animal &… Read More


Are you searching for something that will help you formulate your research into a more easily accessible format? Do you need a break from researching and writing all day? This graphical abstract contest may help! Please check out the link below if you are interested. Deadline is JUNE 9THhttps://biorender.com/graphical-abstract-contest/?utm_source=persist&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=contest You may even win some money!… Read More


CIRES Education & Outreach is organizing a short bi-weekly webinar series for children/families engaging in remote learning. We’re planning short webinars where CIRES/NOAA scientists talk about what they do as scientists, how they got into science, and answer questions. Then our team will introduce an activity that participants can take part in to extend learning… Read More