University of Colorado at Boulder

Diverse Education

Physical, human, environment-society, and GIScience

We maintain expertise in the four core themes of Geography, and these are interwoven throughout both our teaching and research. More than most Geography programs in the US, we offer a comprehensive and balanced approach to the discipline. This...

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Geomorphology students learning about glacial erosion,. · Blue Lake, Indian Peaks Wilderness, Fall 2014.

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News

Shae Frydenlund Awarded Dor Bahadur Bista Prize

May 18, 2016 - Shae's paper “Labor, Racialization and Territory in Nepal’s Indigenous Nationalities Discourse: moving beyond “tribal” vs “peasant”...

Galen Murton Photo Essay

April 21, 2016 - A Himalayan Border Trilogy: The Political Economies of Transport Infrastructure and Disaster Relief between China and Nepal: This photo essay...

Spring 2016 Newsletter Now Online

April 20, 2016 - Read the CU Geography Spring 2016 Newsletter featuring updates from department faculty, students, and alumni. The Faculty Spotlight is on Peter...

Max Counter Receives Tinker Foundation Funds from LASC

April 15, 2016 - The [Latin American Studies Center](http://www.colorado.edu/lasc/) awarded Max $1000 in [Tinker Foundation Funds](http://www.tinker.org/) for...

Joe Bryan wins Outstanding Graduate Student Mentor Faculty Award

April 14, 2016 - Joe Bryan was chosen by the Graduate School as a winner of the 2015-2016 Outstanding Graduate Student Mentor Faculty Award.

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Events

Monday Mar 28, 06:00 pm. Galvanize, 1035 Pearl Street

Boulder Geo Meetup

Drs Balch and Farmer to talk about Earth Lab

Thursday Apr 21, 07:00 pm. Humanities 190

After the Earthquake: Politics and Development in Nepal

After the Earthquake: Politics and Development in Nepal

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