On Thursday (April 14th) at 9 PM UTC/ 2 PM PST the Earth Science Women’s Network is hosting an Ask Me Anything on Imposter Syndrome. The featured panelists for the event are Dr. Semarhy Quiñones and Rianon Wallace-Demby, bios below. If you are interested in attending please RSVP HERE. If you are unable to attend… Read More


Date: Friday, March 11, 09:30 am – 10:45 am Mountain Time (MT). Register in advance for this meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Facilitators: Soudeh Kamali and Lucas Laurindo Panelists: – Dr. John Monteverdi, CCM & Director of the Mayacamas Weather Consultant – Dr. Ray Bell,… Read More


March EventsTalks:3/9: CODE:SWITCH Speaker Series: The Incarceration Transparency Database, with creators Professor Andrea Armstrong, Professor Judson Mitchell and student collaborators from Loyola University Trainings:3/1: Intro to Digital Humanities: A Gentle Introduction to Text Mining3/1: Data Visualization the Ultimate Level: Video production (Part 1)3/2: QGIS3/3: RC New User Seminar3/7: Digital Humanities Graduate Certificate Information Session 3/8:… Read More


Just a reminder to RSVP in this form by February 21st to confirm your attendance to the ‘Picture a Scientist’ Screening & Discussion at the Benson Earth Sciences Building Auditorium (Benson 180) on February 24th, 2022 at 5PM if you are interested in attending. We will provide free non-alcoholic beverages (soda, water, etc.) and snacks… Read More


Navajo Technical University and Diné College have designed a virtual mentorship program for Indigenous scholars to be mentored by graduate students from other institutions. This program will provide stipend support for all mentees and mentors. They are looking to launch the program on Feb 14, so we ask all mentors to sign up by Feb… Read More


Greetings all!Tomorrow there is a workshop on building your elevator speech! It will be led by experts in the UCAR Communications Office, Ali Branscombe and David Hosansky. This skill is very important for job interviews, conferences, and meetings with funders. Workshop on Elevator Speeches Wed. Nov. 10th, 9:30 – 10:30 am MT (tomorrow!) Register in… Read More


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