Message from the Editor
Thanks for reading our Departmental Newsletter. Since we began it a couple of years ago, we have used it as a vehicle to communicate ongoing activity in the Department, but also very much to know what alumni are doing. If you have any updates, please let us know using our alumni update form. We would love to hear from you, your professional path, and on whether you would like to participate in our Geography Career Nights (e.g. see announcement for this year’s), or attend our colloquia and additional events if you live in the area, or come to our Departmental happy hour at the AAG meetings.
Besides your updates and participation, we always appreciate any donations to help us keep our support of scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students, providing them with much-needed financial awards to continue or finish their studies, or allowing them very valuable research opportunities. Please see Donor Support for more details on each of our programs, which would not be possible without your continued support.
On behalf of the students, faculty, and staff of CU – Boulder Geography, thanks for your attention and patronage.
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Alumni and Student Updates Spring 2019
The Department of Geography is grateful to its alumni and friends for their financial support over the years. Our donors have had a big impact, making a difference not only to the Department as a whole, but to the lives of many individual students. There is always a real need for funds to support academic departments. As we strive for higher standards and more and better opportunities for our students, we depend on the caring and generous nature of alumni and friends like you to meet these ever increasing financial needs. Ways to contribute >>