DEI Committee

DEI Committee Strategic Planning Session

April 8, 2022

The Masters of the Environment Student Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) committee recently participated in a strategic planning session with Program Director Joel Hartter to gather ideas and provide feedback regarding the ways in which we as a community can create a more welcoming, inclusive, and sustainable landscape for future...

URS Clinic

URS Clinic

April 4, 2022

Part of the multi-faceted, comprehensive curriculum of MENV, the Urban Resilience and Sustainability specialization had the opportunity to put together the first URS Clinic Spring semester 2021 with vitalizing success. Continuing this indispensable experience, this spring semester, 10 hand selected students have partnered with Boulder Housing Partners and Boulder County...

Pearl Street

MENV's Best of Boulder

March 28, 2022

MENV Admitted Students Weekend is upon us (April 1)! As students arrive in Boulder, we want to make sure you know the best of the best. This is a student curated resource for new members to know the best spots to eat, explore, shop and more in Boulder and the...

mayhoffer farm

Students Help Preserve Farm as a Crucial Urban Buffer

March 23, 2022

As part of their capstone project for the Master’s of the Environment program, three graduate students worked with local community to create a plan for the Mayhoffer Farm’s ongoing success A team of three graduate students has collaborated with local governments to protect a working farm, allowing visitors to learn...

CU Boulder

Career Team Spotlight

March 16, 2022

Molly Thompson From chef, to English teacher, writer, and now a career counselor, Molly Thompson has navigated her own pathway, built her network, found her passions, and is now offering MENV students tools to do the same. Molly brings over 15 years of experience in career counseling and workforce development...

MENV Spring Workshop Series

MENV Spring 2022 Workshop Series

March 13, 2022

This semester, the MENV program is offering students several hands-on and applied workshops. These workshops are designed to give students the opportunity to develop professional skills that complement classroom learning. This semester’s workshops include: Greenhouse Gas Inventory and Accounting This workshop is designed to introduce GHG trends, emissions pathways, science-based...

The Sustainable City Podcast

The Sustainable City Podcast

Feb. 16, 2022

Congratulations to MENV Instructor and Urban Resilience and Sustainability Specialization lead, William Shutkin, on the release of The Sustainable City Podcast. Join William, alongside friend and founder of Morgan Creek Ventures, Andy Bush, as they discuss bold ideas and innovations for green, equitable and climate-friendly cities with the people making...

Libby Geboy

Humans of MENV: All Things Boulder

Dec. 13, 2021

In the fifth installment of our "Humans of MENV" article series, we feature stories from three students who share what brought them to the MENV program and highlight their favorite parts of living in Boulder. Libby Geboy, Sustainable Food Systems "Anyone who knows me knows that I talk and think...


2021 Capstone Highlight: Building the Outdoor Recreation Economy in Moffat County, Colorado

Dec. 9, 2021

This Capstone Highlight features the project that MENV students Rachael Blondy, Claire Kendall, Peter Olivares, Leonard Swerdlow completed in partnership with the Colorado Outdoor Recreation Industry Office. Titled "A County at a Crossroads: Building the Outdoor Recreation Economy of Moffat County, Colorado", their project aimed to explore the feasibility of...

Caroline Dickey

Humans of MENV: Favorite Classes

Dec. 1, 2021

In the fourth installment of our “Humans of MENV” article series, we feature stories from multiple students that touch on their reasons for coming to MENV, favorite classes from the first semester and how their experiences thus far have impacted potential plans post graduation. Caroline Dickey, Renewable & Sustainable Energy...