For Students

K-12 Students

CEEE provides opportunities for K-12 student as well as community college, undergraduate students and graduate students to engage with environmental science through research experiences, workshops, activities, career training and more.

Exploring Environmental Science

Explore our toolkits to develop short science videos, stop-animation, develop your own immersive virtual fieldtrip or give an engaging science science talk.

Sharing Science with Film

A guide to Student Productions

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Stop-Motion Animation Workshop

Easy steps to create your own animation.

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Virtual Experience Tour Resources

Create your own VR tour.

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Making Presentations That Stick

How to make your presentations memorable

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Featured Programs for K-12 students

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Girls* on Rock

Girls* on Rock is a unique, FREE wilderness science education program for high school girls*. We welcome cisgender girls, transgender, agender, Two Spirit, nonbinary, intersex, and genderqueer youth and those who demonstrate allyship with these communities to apply

  • Students
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Lens on Climate Change (LOCC)

Documenting the effects of climatic and environmental changes on students' lives and in their communities through short films.

  • Educators
  • Students
Walkers on the Arctic
Navigating the New Arctic (NNA)

Supporting highly collaborative research toward a more resilient, healthy, and equitable Arctic that is understood and stewarded for its role in global systems. 

  • Scientists
  • Public
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Research Experience for Community College Students

Summer research experience program for community college students from Colorado and surrounding states

  • Scientists
  • Students

Explore recordings of videos, webinars geared towards K-12 students and student-produced videos

Earth Science Videos
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Webinar Recordings for K-12 students
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Virtual Field trips
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Student-produced videos
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Ongoing Events

Ongoing Event

The Tipping Point

Middle and High school science teachers are invited to join us for this virtual workshop where we will provide strategies for facilitating "The Tipping Point" data puzzle. Participants who complete and submit specified workshop tasks will receive a 3-hour PD certificate from the University of Colorado Boulder.

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Community College, Undergraduate and Graduate Students

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Featured Programs and Projects for Community College, Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Backpacking participants jumping
Girls* on Rock

Girls* on Rock is a unique, FREE wilderness science education program for high school girls*. We welcome cisgender girls, transgender, agender, Two Spirit, nonbinary, intersex, and genderqueer youth and those who demonstrate allyship with these communities to apply

  • Students
Walkers on the Arctic
Navigating the New Arctic (NNA)

Supporting highly collaborative research toward a more resilient, healthy, and equitable Arctic that is understood and stewarded for its role in global systems. 

  • Scientists
  • Public
People standing in front of sign
Research Experience for Community College Students

Summer research experience program for community college students from Colorado and surrounding states

  • Scientists
  • Students
Scientists walk up ice and snow
ADVANCEing FieldSafety

A facilitated virtual workshop to mitigate environmental and inter-personal risks in remote field environments.

  • Scientists
Ice Birds
Polar Science Early Career Community Office (PSECCO)

Community-building and community-support organization for polar early career scientists

  • Scientists

Graduate Student and Postdocs

Learn about support for early career scientists.

CIRES Early Career Guide
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CIRES Early-Career Assembly (CECA)
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Research Experience Programs

Explore research experience programs at CEEE

Walkers on the Arctic
Navigating the New Arctic (NNA)

Supporting highly collaborative research toward a more resilient, healthy, and equitable Arctic that is understood and stewarded for its role in global systems. 

  • Scientists
  • Public
People standing in front of sign
Research Experience for Community College Students

Summer research experience program for community college students from Colorado and surrounding states

  • Scientists
  • Students
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CEEE Contact

ceee@colorado.edu
Phone: 303-492-5670
Fax: 303-735-3644

CEEE Mail

CIRES Center for Education, Engagement and Evaluation
University of Colorado Boulder
488 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309-0449

CEEE Office Hours

8:00 am to 5:00 pm MT -- fall and spring semesters