Key meetings, seminars, etc
Applications are currently being accepted for the certificate program
Applications may be submitted at We are currently accepting applications to the Hydrologic Sciences Graduate Program. Click the "Academics" tab for more information and to download an application. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. It is not necessary to have completed all requirements for the program before applying. Apply now!
- INSTAAR Noon Seminar, Monday 12-1 pm
- Hydrologic Sciences and Water Resources Engineering Seminar, Wednesday 11-12 in ECCE 1B41
- Environmental Engineering Seminar, Fridays, 2-3 pm in ECCE 1B41
- Geological Sciences Colloquium (go to News > Colloquium Schedule) Wednesday 4-5 pm
- INSTAAR Graduate Student Talk, Thursday 4:30-5:30 pm
Abstract Submission opens next week for the 2014 symposium!!
Email: email@example.com for a link to the abstract submission page!
New Course added!ATOC4500/7500: Mountain Meteorology
Offered Spring and Fall 2014
CU Boulder graduate student and hydrologic sciences student Alia Khan funded to study black carbon in Svalbard
2014 Hydrologic Sciences Symposium Dates Set!
Symposium will be held April 3-4th, 2014 at the UMC
Check out the symposium Link for the program and abstracts!
The schedule for talks and posters is up
2013 Hydrologic Sciences Student Symposium March 18th & 19th
Located in the UMC Aspen Rooms
Abstract Submissions due Wednesday March 6th
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for a link to the abstract submission page!
Annual Student Research Symposium April 5 and 6, 2012: UMC Aspen Rooms, 2nd Floor
Hydroscience presentations by students, faculty, and Boulder-area researchers. Keynotes by Dr. Emily Stanley Universityof Wisconsin, Dr. Nandita Basu University of Iowa, and Dr. Mary Hill USGS. More Info >>
Now accepting applications
We are currently accepting applications to the Hydrologic Sciences Graduate Program. The fall deadline for application submission is November 25, 2011. Click the "Academics" tab for more information and to download an application. Or email email@example.com for more information. It is not necessary to have completed all requirements for the program before applying. Apply now!
The Colorado Water Institute announces a request for proposals for the FY12 Student Water Research Program
Applications may be submitted at http://www.cwi.colostate.edu/StudentRFP.aspx until Oct 17, 2011.
Students!! Get involved in the next Hydrologic Sciences Student Research Symposium
We are looking for your input. Select speakers, select the theme, and help make the 2012 symposium a success! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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Submit your abstracts for the Symposium!!
EXTENDED ABSTRACT DEADLINE Students and faculty are invited to submit abstracts online at Submit Abstract >>. The abstract submission deadline has been extended to NOON on Monday March 14, 2011.
Fall Certificate Course offerings
Two courses have been added to the list of those being offered next fall which will count toward requirements for the Hydrologic Sciences Certificate. GEOL 5700 "Advanced Geomorphology" can count as an additional required course or as a course to address the requirement for the Fluvial Geomorphology topical area, but not both. (Two sections are being offered.) The Water Conservation course can count under the "Advanced Hydrology" topical area.
GEOL5700/001TPC-WATER CONSERVATION 3.0 SMALL, ERIC 84227 R 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
GEOL5700/011TPC-ADVNCD GEOMORPHOLOGY 4.0 ANDERSON, ROBERT S84098 MW 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
GEOL5700/011TPC-ADVNCD GEOMORPHOLOGY 4.0 ANDERSON, ROBERT S84098 W 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Other fall courses are listed on the Courses page.
Spring break for the University of Colorado at Boulder is March 26-30. Regular classes and activities resume April 2, 2007.
Arkansas River Drainage Evolution: Friday 3/23 3:30 PM
Eric Leonard, Colorado College, Chair Department of Geology. "The late Cenozoic of the Arkansas River in Colorado: drainage evolution, rock uplift, and erosion" GUGG 205
Geography Colloquium Keynote: Friday 3/16 3:30 pm
Geography Colloquium Keynote speaker: David Jon Furbish (Vanderbilt University) “Sediment Transport by Rainsplash Revealed by High-speed Imaging,” Geography Colloquium, 3:30pm, Friday March 16, Guggenheim 205.
Measuring and Mapping Glaciers: Friday 3/16 4 pm
Professor Prasad Gogineni of the Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets (CReSIS) at the University of Kansas will present a Distinguished Lecture entitled "Synthetic Aperture Radar Imaging of Ice-bed Interface and Radar Sounding of Fast-Flowing Glaciers." He will discuss the development of radars that measure ice thickness and map internal layers simultaneously from both surface-based and airborne platforms. The lecture will be held in the CIRES Auditorium at 4 pm Friday, March 16. Additional information:
Hydrologic Sciences Student Symposium: March 16-17, 2007.
The second annual Hydrological Sciences Student Research Symposium is this weekend (March 16-17, 2007) at CU Boulder. A tentative schedule is now available on the Symposium page. Friday's keynote address is by Don Siegel of Syracuse University. On Saturday, the keynote speaker is Jeff McDonnell of Oregon State University. Anyone interested in hydrologic science is invited to attend the free talks and poster session.
Hydrologic Sciences Certificate Meeting
Informational Meeting about the Graduate Certificate Program in Hydrologic Sciences and Pizza on Friday, October 13, 2006 in the Engineering Center. Meet in the courtyard adjacent to the CVEN wing at 4:15 pm. Pizza at 4:30 pm followed by a meeting in Room 1B41 at 5:15pm.
Environmental Studies Seminar Series
Friday, October 6 4:00 pm in CIRES S274. Professor Michael Zimmerman will present a talk entitled: "Integral Ecology - How the Humanities, Social Sciences and Natural Sciences can work together on Environmental Issues at CU and Beyond." Michael Zimmerman is Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Center for Humanities and the Arts at CU Boulder.
Hydrologic Sciences Student Symposium
The first annual Student Research Symposium is scheduled for April 7-8, 2006 at the Benson Earth Sciences building at CU Boulder. Abstracts are being accepted from graduate as well as undergraduate students with research interests involving any aspect of hydrologic sciences; interdisciplinary entries are particularly encouraged. There will be a limited number of slots for 10 minute talks available on a first-come, first-served basis. There is also an unlimited number of spaces for poster presentations. This conference will feature two keynote speakers who are leading scientists in the field. Registration is free for all participants! Please contact Nate Bradley (email@example.com) or David Bedford (firstname.lastname@example.org) regarding submitting an abstract. The deadline has been extended to Wednesday March 22nd, 2006. See the Symposium page for more information
Fluid Mechanics Prerequisite
For those students still lacking the Theoretical Fluid Mechanics prerequisite, the course will be offered in the Summer session, and perhaps another section will open in Spring 2006.
Option B Admissions Application deadline
Those students who are currently enrolled in a graduate program at CU Boulder and who wish do apply to the Hydrologic Sciences Graduate Program are encouraged to submit their letter of intent to Corlin Ambler, the Graduate Program Assistant, by Monday, December 5, 2005. Please see the Admssions information for details about the content of the letter and required supporting documents.
Graduate Student input needed
Students interested in joining the graduate student steering committee for the program should contact Laurel Larsen Laurel.Griggs@colorado.edu for more information.
Informational meeting for students and faculty
4 pm 11 November 2005, Benson Earth Sciences Rm 380