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 ( to let her know so that she has your email address!! 2. Find a… Read More

The NCAR Fellows Association will be hosting a seminar this Thursday, Feb. 4th on CVs and cover letters. This workshop is the first of the spring series hosted by the Fellows’ Professional Development Committee. The seminar is geared towards postdocs and graduate students, although others are welcome. It is also open to students/postdocs from outside… Read More

This workshop examines unconscious bias and identifies key areas where it affects our work, interactions, and decision-making processes. We will explore personal and departmental practices that can help reduce bias and increase inclusion, engagement, and productivity. This session is designed for graduate students. January 25, Monday12:30 pm – 2:00 pm MTZoom (register to receive link)… Read More

Save the Date! Thursday 2/4/21, 10:30 am – 12:00, via Zoom For all CIRES Principal Investigators, Early Career Scientists or anyone planning to submit proposals. The CIRES Proposal Team has organized a training session with CU’s RIO’s Proposal Writing Services. CIRES Associate Director of Science, Christine Wiedinmyer will give general tips for successful proposal writing,… Read More

Have a background in Earth or Space sciences? Apply for the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Earth Science Residency program at the Richard Gilder Graduate School at the American Museum of Natural History – the first urban teacher residency program offered by a museum.  With a focus on preparing new Earth science teachers, the… Read More

Apply now for grad student art + science cohortScience grad students are invited to join a new art + science program to become facilitators of partnerships that impact social and environmental issues within communities and receive funding. Due Jan 27, 2021. If you are interested there is an event to discuss the program in more… Read More

GIS Day is coming! The keynote speaker will be Amy Newbury from Maxar Technologies, a global leader in satellite technology located in Westminster. She’ll be discussing how Maxar uses imagery captured by their satellites for humanitarian efforts. Expect an exciting talk about data wrangling and spatial analysis using Python & ArcGIS by Alberto Nieto, an… Read More