Annual Student Research Symposium March 18 and 19, 2013:
UMC Aspen Rooms, 2nd Floor
Hydroscience presentations by students, faculty, and Boulder-area researchers. Keynotes by distinguished scientists.
- Abstract submission is closed for the 2013 symposium
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a link to the abstract submission page
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2013 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
- 2:30pm Tuesday March 19th Dr. Patrick Belmont, Assisstant Professor, Watershed Sciences, Utah State University
- 11am Monday March 18th Dr. Dennis Lettenmaier, Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington-Seattle
- 4pm Monday March 18th Dr. Patty Limerick, Faculty Director and Chair of the Board, Center of the American West, Professor of History, University of Colorado-Boulder
Sponsors and Donors
- Boulder area consulting firm, AMEC Consulting, sponsors the student awards.
- CU departments, GEOG, GEOL, ENVS, and CEAE, contributed funds to cover the costs of the symposium.
- INSTAAR and the Graduate School provide financial support for the Hydrologic Sciences Program.
- US Geological Survey (USGS) provides financial support for the keynote speakers.
Theme for the 2013 Symposium: Water: Past, Present, and Future
The symposium consists of posters and presentations by CU-Boulder students (graduate and undergraduate) as well as presentations by faculty and Boulder area researchers (ie USGS, NOAA, NCAR). In addition, there will be keynote speakers by influential members of the hydrosciences field.
The annual symposium provides a great opportunity and friendly setting for students to learn what their fellow students and researchers are doing, both within and outside their sub-discipline.
The Symposium is open to all CU-Boulder students (grad & undergrad) and faculty working in any aspect of hydrologic sciences, especially those doing interdisciplinary research (e.g. hydrogeology, hydroecology, aquatic biology, biogeochemistry, environmental and water resource engineering, etc.). We also invite hydroscience researchers in the Boulder area to submit an abstract (ie, USGS, NOAA, NCAR). Submitting a poster or talk that you have already presented at another conference is fine, as long as it does not violate an agreement you made with the other conference. Making a presentation of a collaborative study for which you are not first author is fine too, as long as you made a substantial contribution and are familiar with all aspects of the study.
Abstracts should be no longer than 3000 characters (about 400 words). Up to three figures may be submitted. Use the links in the upper right sidebar to submit your abstract and for more details.
Winners of the 2011 student prizes:
Images from the 2008 symposium