The CU Independent: A 24-hour multimedia news outlet produced by journalism students and focusing on CU and the campus community.
Center of the American West: The center fosters exchanges of ideas and perspectives in pursuit of solutions to the West's difficulties. Center faculty, affiliates and staff believe that understanding the historical origins of the West's problems, emphasizing common interests, and good humor, are essential to constructive discussion.
Cooperative Institute for Research in the Environmental Sciences: CIRES scientists, drawn from the University of Colorado and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, conduct interdisciplinary earth systems science research.
University of Colorado Government Publications Library: This site provides links to valuable government information available on the Internet.
Environmental Studies Program: CU'S ENVS program offers undergraduate degrees, and graduate degrees at the doctoral and master's level.
Graduate Certificate in Environment, Policy and Society: The certificate program brings together graduate students from across campus to take classes that emphasize the social and policy dimensions of environmental issues. Students wishing to graduate with the Environmental Journalism Emphasis in the SJMC's master's or Ph.D. programs must complete this certificate program as part of their coursework.
Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research: INSTAAR scientists fan out around the world to conduct research on issues ranging from climate change to alpine ecology.
Natural Hazards Center: The center serves as a national and international clearinghouse of knowledge concerning the social science and policy aspects of disasters.
Natural Resources Law Center: The NRLC is one of the nation's premiere institutions focusing on legal issues connected to natural resources.
Investigative Reporters and Editors
National Institute of Computer Assisted Reporting
Society of Environmental Journalists
Society of Professional Journalists: This site includes the SPJ code of ethics, back issues of Quill, the SPJ's monthly magazine, and a page of Freedom of Information Act resources.