CIRES Outreach projects focus on professional development for teachers and scientists, partnerships with school districts, opportunities for students at all levels and avenues for teachers and students to be involved in current research.
Building capacity in climate and resiliency education with secondary science educators.
A collection of nearly 700 free peer-reviewed climate and energy educational resources.
Free public lectures and workshops for graduate students & postdocs on engaging scientists with communities.
A NASA-funded project to review, revise, and pilot the citizen science GLOBE Fire Fuel Protocol.
Girls on Rock is a unique, FREE, wilderness science education programs for high school girls.
Engage youth and teachers to raise awareness of natural hazards and inspire action for resilience in Colorado communities.
CIRES Education & Outreach conducts workshops to teach improvisational (improv) theater skills and games for a variety of audiences, including teachers, professionals, and students in high school, college or graduate programs.
Secondary students learn about local climate change topics by producing short films.
The National Ocean Sciences Bowl is an annual academic competition for high school students.
We offer paid summer student research experiences in geosciences.
GLOBE is an international science and education program for students and citizen scientists.