BioFrontiers Science Alliance (BFSA): An organization comprised of graduate students and postdoctoral researchers engaged in fundamental and applied science which seeks to promote camaraderie and exchange of knowledge between students across the BioFrontiers Institute and the entire University of Colorado.
Clubs and Organizations: Whether you're looking for a group that emphasizes ethnic or cultural heritage, political involvement, environmental issues, or hobbies, clubs and organizations are an important part of campus life. Joining a club is a good opportunity to pursue specific interests and meet people.
For information on student activities, clubs and organizations, see www.colorado.edu/audience/students.
CU Prime: Graduate-student-run group in the Physics Department promoting an inclusive, supportive, and diverse community in STEM through undergraduate-level research seminars and mentorship.
Forever Buffs: Students become lifelong members of the Alumni Association the day they set foot on campus. As a Forever Buff, you can explore networking opportunities and participate in student-alumni events.
Forum on Science Ethics and Policy (FOSEP): A multidisciplinary organization of graduate and professional students and postdocs, FOSEP works to build bridges between science and society and to foster leaders who are prepared to apply specialized expertise to 21st-century challenges.
Graduate Student of Color Collective (GSCC): A student group that aims to create and maintain space for self-identified students of color to gather and support each other in the School of Education and at CU Boulder. Our hope is to hold formal and informal gatherings throughout school year and potentially host events and collaborate with other graduate students and organizations. Please email Cecilia Valenzuela at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Sigma XI: A scientific research society that includes members from area federal labs and IBM labs.
STEMinar: An interdisciplinary seminar by and for graduate students in STEM disciplines.
United Government of Graduate Students (UGGS): Check out the UGGS website for upcoming graduate student events and information about how you can get involved as a grad student representative of your own department.
Volunteer Resource Center: CU-Boulder's placement service helps students, staff and faculty find community volunteer opportunities that match their interests.
Student Consumer Information: Your Right To Know
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