ENVS alum, Ashley Dancer, wins best paper award

July 22, 2020

Congratulations to Ashley Dancer who was one of the selected winners of the International Award for Excellence for Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal for her Masters thesis article, "Perceived Opportunities For, And Barriers To, The Development Of Local Food Systems".

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Statement on Graduate Admissions

June 23, 2020

We understand that the COVID-19 pandemic has been disruptive to all and that student experiences in the wake of this have not been equitable. In response to these events, we recognize that some applicants will have concerns about the impacts these events could have on admissions. The graduate programs at the University of Colorado Boulder are dedicated to recruiting and supporting diverse, talented students, employing holistic application review processes and supporting students when they arrive on campus.

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CoNPS Alice Eastwood Scholarship

June 18, 2020

Scholarship opportunity for undergraduates pursuing bachelor’s degrees that advance the Mission of the Colorado Native Plant Society, including botany, ecology, conservation, landscape architecture, horticulture, or environmental science emphasizing native plants.

Grad student, Emily Nocito, elected VP of UGGS

April 17, 2020

Emily Nocito was elected by the United Government of Graduate Students (UGGS) assembly to be the Vice President-Internal for the 2020-2021 academic year.

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ENVS PhD Student, Tara Ippolito, Awarded NSF GRF!

April 6, 2020

Tara Ippolito is a recipient of the Graduate Student Fellowship from NSF! Her PI, Matt Burgess, had this to say about her most recent achievement, "a very exciting and well-deserved honor for Tara!".

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PhD candidate, Rayna Benzeev, was awarded a Fulbright US Award

April 5, 2020

ENVS PhD candidate Rayna Benzeev was awarded a Fulbright US Award, which will fund her to spend nine months in Brazil in 2021. Rayna is studying forest landscape restoration in Brazil's Atlantic Forest.

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Congratulations, Jenn Shelby!

April 1, 2020

Jenn successfully defended her dissertation on March 30th titled "Re-Creating the American West: An Examination of the Impacts of Creative District Policy in Rural Colorado". It looks at the social, spatial, and economic outcomes for rural communities that engage with the creative district policy framework through a mixed method case study approach.