University of Colorado at Boulder

Strong Field Focus

Opportunities abound for field trips and field research

With a history of field-oriented research, CU Geography specializes in learning outside of the classroom. Faculty fieldwork sites range from the Greenland icecap and the temperate forests of Patagonia to the savannas of East Africa and the plateau...

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Students on a field trip to examine glacial erosion. Principles of Geomorphology class, Fall 2014. · Blue Lake, Indian Peaks Wilderness.

Next Colloquium

Friday Apr 03, 03:30 pm. GUGG 205

“Weaponizing Maps: Counterinsurgency and Indigenous Peoples in the Americas”

Joe Bryan

CU-Boulder Geography

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...


Study: Western forests decimated by pine beetles not more likely to burn

March 25, 2015 - Western U.S. forests killed by the mountain pine beetle epidemic are no more at risk to burn than healthy Western forests, according to new findings...

Spruce bark beetle outbreaks hurt squirrel populations

March 18, 2015 - Bryan Hankinson, a fall 2014 CU-Boulder student who graduated magna cum laude in Geography, developed his honors thesis by investigating the...

Julia Hicks receives DDRI award

March 18, 2015 - Julia has received a Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement award from the National Science Foundation. This grant will support her research on...

John O’Loughlin interviewed on CBC Radio

March 17, 2015 - One year after Russia's Vladimir Putin pulled Crimea back under the purview of his government, polling data shows the majority of ethnic Ukrainians...

Weaponizing Maps: Indigenous Peoples and Counterinsurgency in the Americas

March 16, 2015 - Joe Bryan's book [Weaponizing Maps: Indigenous Peoples and Counterinsurgency in the...

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Events

Thursday Apr 02, 03:30 pm. GUGG 201e

Faculty Meeting

GEOG Faculty Meeting

Friday Apr 03, 03:30 pm. GUGG 205

Colloqia Series

Weaponizing Maps: Counterinsurgency and Indigenous Peoples in the Americas

Friday Apr 10, 03:30 pm. GUGG 205

Colloquia Series

Re-Inhabiting No-Man’s Land: From Dead Zones to Living Spaces

Friday Apr 17, 03:30 pm. GUGG 205

Colloquia Series

The Poison of Progress: Discourses and Development in Brazil and Vietnam

Thursday Apr 30, 03:30 pm. GUGG 201e

Faculty Meeting

GEOG Faculty Meeting

Friday May 01, 03:30 pm. GUGG 205

Colloquia Series

Program Design and Factors Contributing to Participation in U.S. Organic Food Regulation

Friday May 08, 11:30 am. Glenn Miller Ballroom

Spring 2015 Geography Commencement

Geography Recognition Ceremony and Reception

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