University of Colorado at Boulder

Solid Foundation

Strong student support and advising; great job placements

We train our students for a dynamic job market and support them as they transition from student to professional. Our graduate program is consistently ranked among the top two or three US departments in placement of PhD's in academic careers. We...

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Grad student Chris Anderson-Tarver shows his Master’s thesis progress to his advisor Barbara 'Babs' Buttenfield. · Boulder, Colorado, November 2008

Next Colloquium

Friday Feb 06, 03:30 pm. GUGG 205

“TBD”

Krister Andersson

Department of Political Science, Environmental Studies Program, and Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado Boulder

News

Special Posting

In Memoriam: Paul Talbot

December 06, 2014 - The Department of Geography mourns the death of Paul Talbot, a former graduate student who received his PhD in 2004. Paul died on December 6th, 2014...

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Position Opening Assistant Professor GIScience

August 28, 2014 - The Department of Geography at the University of Colorado Boulder invites applications for an Assistant Professor level tenure-track position in...

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In Memoriam: John Heinrichs

February 27, 2014 - The Geography department lost a distinguished friend, colleague and alumnus with the passing away of John Heinrichs on January 11, 2014, due to a...

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In Memoriam: A. David Hill 1933-2014

January 23, 2014 - With sadness, the Department announces the passing of Dave Hill on Sunday January 19, 2014. A celebration of his life and career at the University...


NSF awards research team $1M to study world’s population dynamics

December 11, 2014 - Stefan Leyk and Fernando Riosmena are part of a research team that received a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to conduct...

Umbrella politics: What American Movements Can Learn from the Hong Kong Protests

December 03, 2014 - [Read Ian Rowen's *Occupy.com* article](http://www.occupy.com/article/umbrella-politics-what-american-movements-can-learn-hong-kong-protests)

Sean Burns’ Poster Presentation Wins 2nd Place

November 24, 2014 - A poster presented by Sean and others last June at the American Meteorological Society 17th Symposium won 2nd place in the poster student...

How to Make a Better Map—Using Neuroscience

November 24, 2014 - Seth Spielman's research conducted through a National Science Foundation grant profiled in The Atlantic. [Read...

Abigail Peters Invited to Join Phi Beta Kappa

November 17, 2014 - Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest academic honor society, with chapters at 280 universities and colleges in America. Founded in 1776, PBK boasts over half...

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Events

Thursday Jan 29, 03:30 pm. GUGG 201e

Faculty Meeting

GEOG Faculty Meeting

Thursday Feb 05, 03:30 pm. GUGG 201e

Faculty Meeting

GEOG Faculty Meeting

Friday Feb 06, 03:30 pm. GUGG 205

Colloquia Series

TBD

Friday Feb 13, 03:30 pm. GUGG 205

Colloquia Series

What We Know, What We Don’t Know, and What We Need to Know about the Effects of Oil and Gas Development on Groundwater Quality in Colorado

Friday Feb 20, 03:30 pm. GUGG 205

Colloquia Series

TBD

Friday Feb 27, 03:30 pm. GUGG 205

Colloquia Series

TBD

Thursday Mar 05, 03:30 pm. GUGG 201e

Faculty Meeting

GEOG Faculty Meeting

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