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CIRES Education & Outreach supports educators by providing professional development, free teaching resources and opportunities to get involved with our programs and connect with other educators or with scientists.

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Improv and Environmental Science Workshops
Program

CIRES Education & Outreach conducts workshops to teach improvisational (improv) theater skills and games to a variety of audiences, including teachers, professionals, and students in high school…

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Engaged Scientist Series
Program

As communities increasingly grapple with problems of resiliency and environmental health and safety, we need scientists who are equipped to help. The Engaged Scientist Series of workshops targeted…

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HEART Force
Program

Environmental hazards—such as wildfire, flood, and drought—are increasingly affecting communities in Colorado. With this rise in hazardous events, there is a pressing need for communities to become…

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The GLOBE Program
Program

What is GLOBE? The GLOBE (Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment) Program is a network of worldwide students, teachers, scientists, and partners who work together to…

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Research Experience for Community College Students
Program

The Research Experience for Community College Students (RECCS) is a paid summer research experience program open to all Colorado (and CO's surrounding states) community college…

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Lens on Climate Change (LOCC)
Program

The Lens on Climate Change project engaged Colorado middle and high school students in film production documenting the effects of climatic and environmental changes on their lives and in their…

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Girls* on Rock
Program

Girls* on Rock is a unique, FREE, wilderness science education program for high school girls* ages 16-17. Each summer a team of 9 participants and 3 instructors spend 12 days exploring and learning…

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Tribes Eye
Program Archived

We engaged Navajo youth from Diné College and the Southwest Conservation Corps Ancestral Lands Program in learning about climate and the local environment through photography. The Navajo…

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Climate and Resiliency Education
Program Archived

What are the causes and effects of a changing climate and how do they impact human lives and the environment? To explore this question, a team from CIRES Education Outreach partnered with faculty…

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Phone: 303-492-5670
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University of Colorado Boulder
488 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309-0449

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