For Current/Prospective Students
2017-18 Practicum Guide
CEAE Graduate Studies Website
Earn-Learn and Discovery Learning Apprenticeships
Graduate Certificate Application/Enrollment Form
Mortenson Graduate Fellowship Awards Process
Mortenson Graduate Research Assistantship Award
Mortenson Undergraduate Scholarship Awards Process
Mortenson Center's Currently Available Equipment
UPDATED Graduate School Rules as of Spring 2017
Introductary GIS workshops offered by Earth Sciences and Maps Library
The University's travel procedures changed in July 2017. Please make sure to review all new information well in advance of when you plan to travel! All travel (domestic and international) requires pre-approval before ticket purchase.
Quick Reference Guide to University Travel paid with University funds
Guidelines on International Activities for CU-Boulder Faculty, Staff, and Students
CU Boulder International Travel Assistance Information
Study Abroad (Practicum) Health Insurance Policy Information
CU Travel Suspension Appeals Process (NEW: March 2015) and Travel Suspension Appeal Form
Pre-Approval for International Travel
How do I find cheap airline tickets
Check out the Latest PSC Procedural Statement on Travel (new as of July 28, 2017)
Conference Funding Opportunities
The Mortenson Center may have limited funds available to help offset the costs of current EDC Certificate students who are presenting papers or posters at professional conferences. EDC students can apply to support their travel expenses by completing this conference travel grant application.
The Graduate School offers travel grants to students who are presenting papers. Applications are only accepted for a two-day period, three times per year.
The College of Engineering and Applied Science Dean's Office offers matching funds for student conference travel. You can find the Dean's Office Matching Grant for Student Travel form online.
The Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering will offer matching funds for CEAE students who have applied to both the graduate school and the college. Students must also have funding from their advisors. More information is available on the Civil Engineering Department website.
The United Government of Graduate Students (UGGS) offers both individual travel grants to support travel to academic conferences, meetings, or other events related to the student's studies and group outreach grants. Find details on the UGGS grants website.
Not Affiliated with the Mortenson Center or CU-Boulder
Here's a list of relevant journals compiled by EDC student Kyle Thompson
U.S. Department of State International Travel Information Website
US Department of State Overseas Security Advisory Council Website
Safety Abroad First Educational Travel Information
Development Career Advice
Devex: Preparing Effective Development CVs
Oxfam blog post: How to Get a Job in Development
International Development Innovation Network (IDIN)
Water Distribution Software for Developing Communities
An Introduction to Resilience at USAID and Beyond