• Earth Lab will harness the wave of earth observations from space and integrate them to answer outstanding questions about the pace and pattern of environmental change, from our backyards to our world. (Director: Dr. Jennifer K. Balch, Dept. of Geography)​
  • The Integrated Remote and In Situ Sensing Initiative (IRISS) will lead the development of new sensing systems and strategies to gather previously unobtainable data that feeds science discovery. (Director: Dr. Brian Argrow, Aerospace Engineering Sciences)
  • The Space Minor provides all students, regardless of major, with an overarching background in all aspects of space and gives students an advantage when pursuing employment in space-related careers.
  • The Space Weather Technology, Research and Education Center (SWx TREC) seeks to establish CU Boulder as the world’s leading university in space weather.

Other Projects and Grants

  • Education on Global Issues
  • Center for the Study of Origins
  • Nature, Environment, Science & Technology (NEST) Studio for the Arts
  • Magnetic Cubist Constellation for Advanced Navigational Models