Announcements

Environmental Studies Offices Have Moved to the MacAllister Building on East Campus

July 21, 2015

The Environmental Studies Offices have moved to their new location in Suite S101 in the MacAllister Building (SEEC) in the Research Park on East Campus. We are located at approximately Colorado and Foothills Parkway, and accessible from Main Campus via the Stampede (schedule effective August 16, 2015). The ENVS Academic Advisors will remain on Main Campus: Julie Talty is located in Environmental Design, Room 157 Mindy Wilding is located in Hale, Room 357 We will be holding some undergraduate classes in MacAllister (SEEC) this fall: ENVS 2001 Africa and Climate Change--SEEC Conference Room-Check for location in Suite S101 ENVS 3020-001... Read more »

Tutoring and Academic Support

May 13, 2015

Develop good study habits and get the most out of your classes with academic support: *The Student Academic Success Center (SASC) Tutoring Guide lists departmental tutoring labs for several subjects, including Chemistry, Economics, Geology, Mathematics, and Writing: http://www.colorado.edu/sasc/sites/default/files/attached-files/TutoringGuide.pdf . *SASC also offers Walk-in Hours, Workshops, and Tutoring Resources: http://www.colorado.edu/sasc/skills and http://www.colorado.edu/sasc/tutoring . *Or, you can make an appointment to meet with Karen Wyatt ( Karen.Wyatt@colorado.edu ), the CU Study Skills Specialist. *The CU CAPS office has Academic Skills and Stress Management workshops as well as Walk-In Counseling Hours available: http://www.colorado.edu/counseling/node/67 Tutoring and Academic Support DocumentRead more »

Career Resources

December 29, 2014

Career Resources: It’s never too early to begin taking a look at your career options and ways to gain work experience. ENVS-Specific Career Resources : *ENVS Internships Page—Even if you plan to fulfill your ENVS Application requirement with a field course, the ENVS “Postings” and “Not for Credit” pages list organizations that sponsor internships—a great place to start looking for opportunities that resonate with your interests: http://www.colorado.edu/envs/current-students/undergraduate-students/internships . *ICE Talks—On Tuesdays during the semester, you can hear an environmental professional’s perspective on environmental careers at the ENVS ICE (Investigate Careers in the Environment) Talks: http://www.colorado.edu/envs/news-events/ice-talks . *Environmental Center Jobs Page—The... Read more »

Inside the Greenhouse is Now Called Creative Climate Communication

December 29, 2014

The ENVS Application course Inside the Greenhouse (ENVS 3173/THTR 4173) has changed names! The new course title for ENVS 3173/THTR 4173 is “Creative Climate Communication”. The name was changed to avoid confusion and to better describe class content. As you set your schedules for Spring 2015, look for the new name in the ENVS Major Requirements, Course Listings page, and on MyCUInfo! Course Description: We generate multimodal compositions on the subject of climate change, and engage with various dimensions of issues associated with sustainability. We work to deepen our understanding of how issues associated with climate change are or can... Read more »

ATOC Courses for Spring 2015: A Message from John Cassano

December 29, 2014

ENVS majors, The department of atmospheric and oceanic sciences (ATOC) will be offering the following classes during spring 2015 that may be of interest to you. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about these classes. ATOC 1050: Weather and the Atmosphere, T/Th 930-1045AM ATOC 1050: Weather and the Atmosphere, T/Th 330-445PM ATOC 1060: Our changing environment, MWF 300-350PM ATOC 1060: Our changing environment, T/Th 1230-145PM ATOC 1070: Weather and atmosphere lab, many different meeting times ATOC 3050: Principles of weather, MW 1200-1250PM, recitation TH 500-550PM or F 1200-1250PM ATOC 3070: Intro to oceanography, T/Th 1100AM-1215PM... Read more »

Spring 2015 Registration INFO

December 23, 2014

Spring 2015 Spring 2015 Registration General Information: Registration opens November 3rd. Check MyCUInfo for your enrollment appointment (i.e. the date and time you can begin registering for courses). Shopping Carts for Spring 2015 are currently Open. Registration and Course Selection Resources: Degree Audit (Check the Menu on the right-hand side of the page to find directions on how to log into and read your Degree Audit.) ENVS Major Requirements ENVS Spring 2015 Course Listings Core-ENVS Courses List Upper-Division Core Courses Step-By-Step Registration Instructions Registration FAQ Spring 2015 Deadlines Contact Your ENVS Advisor: Devin Nordson Carrie Vodehnal Walk-In Hours with Devin:... Read more »

ENVS Fall 2014 Recognition Ceremony

December 17, 2014

December 2014 Environmental Studies graduates and their families are cordially invited to the ENVS Recognition Ceremony and Reception in the Eaton Humanities Building 1B50, Friday, December 19 at 2:00 p.m. No tickets are required and academic regalia (cap and gown) is recommended. Attention Graduates: Each graduate will have an opportunity to say a few words on stage. Parking for the event is available in the Euclid Autopark . If you need special parking accommodations, please e-mail the ENVS Office or call 303-492-5420. The closest ADA metered parking is north of Eaton Humanities . Refreshments will be served following the ceremony... Read more »

CU-Boulder to hold winter commencement ceremony Dec. 20

December 16, 2014

The University of Colorado Boulder will hold its winter commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 20, beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the Coors Events Center. Due to possible traffic delays, and ongoing construction on U.S. 36 leading into Boulder, early arrival is strongly advised. Guests should plan on arriving well before 9 a.m. in order to be in their seats for the student processional. No tickets are required for the ceremony. The doors to the Coors Events Center will open at 7:30 a.m. For the safety of all guests, only soft-sided bags or containers no larger than 12x12x12 (the size of... Read more »

Ways to Get Involved

September 26, 2014

Ways to Get Involved : * CU Student Environmental Groups—There are several environmentally-focused student groups on campus, including the Environmental Studies Club, which is dedicated to shaping the ENVS major. Find the ENVS Club and other CU environmental groups here: http://www.colorado.edu/ecenter/about/links . *ENVS listserv—Sign up for the ENVS Weekly Digest, a newsletter containing ENVS-related events and opportunities. Subscribe at: http://www.colorado.edu/envs/current-students/undergraduate-students/undergraduate-list-serv . *Environmental Center—The CU Environmental Center offers lots of opportunities to get involved in environmental issues. Check out E-Center Events Calendar, http://www.colorado.edu/ecenter/calendar , to find out about environmental events on campus and in the community. Or, join the E-Center Listserv:... Read more »

ENVS Alum Ghita Carroll Receives the C3E Award

September 16, 2014

ENVS Alum Ghita Carroll received the Clean Energy Education and Empowerment (C3E) award. Webcast: http:// c3eawards.org/webcast/ C3E is creating opportunities for women in clean energy. The U.S. C3E annual awards program recognizes the outstanding achievements of mid-career women working to advance clean energy. Eight remarkable women are recognized for their work at the C3E Symposium each fall. Learn more about the C3E awards. Syposium Information 6500 East Arapahoe Road, Boulder, CO 80301 9/16/2014 For Immediate Release Contact: BVSD Communications - 720-561-5825 BVSD Sustainability Coordinator Ghita Carroll wins national award for energy leadership BOULDER, CO: As part of the U.S. Clean... Read more »