Alana Wilson

Alana Wilson, PhD 2017

April 25, 2022

Alana Wilson : I completed my Ph.D. in Geography at CU Boulder in December 2017, having done hydrochemistry and cryosphere related research with Mark Williams and Noah Molotch , and with Jennifer Fluri supporting a social science component to my water work. The combination of cryosphere-related research and an increasingly...

Geography graduate students conduct water sampling and offer training in Cental Asia-Summer 2016

Aug. 28, 2016

CHARIS graduate students at the University of Colorado Boulder, Alice Hill and Alana Wilson, conducted physical hydrologic field methods training and data collection in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia, in summer 2016. The objective of the water sampling field methods is to use the unique chemistry signatures of different source...

Graduate Student Awards - Spring 2016

May 9, 2016

The Department of Geography, University of Colorado Boulder congratulates the winners the following Graduate Student Awards. These awards were recognized at our Spring Commencement Ceremony on May 6, 2016. Gilbert F. White Doctoral Fellowship for 2016-2017 - Theodore Barnhart and Yang Yang Adam Kolff Memorial Research Fellowship for MA Students...

Alana Wilson Receives a NASA Earth System Science (ESS) Fellowship

June 6, 2012

Alana was awarded this fellowship for 2012/2013 and is eligible for an additional two years of support. She will use this fellowship to fund her research, “Using Remote Sensing and Physically-Based Hydrologic Models to Assess the Contribution of Snow and Ice Melt to the Major Rivers of High Asia”.

Three Students Receive Adam Kolff Fellowships

April 19, 2012

Adam Kolff Memorial Research Fellowships have been awarded to Claudio Alvarez, Chris Jochem, and Alana Wilson

CU Boulder Geography Wins Regional Geography Bowl

Oct. 10, 2011

CU Boulder's team (Ted Holland, Alana Wilson, Ian Rowen, Sam Smith, Mark Stover, and Preston Cumming) WON the Regional Geography Bowl at this years Great Plains Rocky Mountain Regional AAG meeting on Friday. There were six teams present, including perennial favorite Kansas State. CU Geography won by a whopping 59...