GDPE Subject Librarian – Jocelyn Boice
CSU Writing Center –
Every year the CSU Writing Center works with hundreds of graduate students from across the curriculum. Many of those graduate students have requested that we offer longer consultations for work on dissertations, theses, and professional writing projects. We’re happy to announce that hour-long consultations are now available. Whether you’re developing a literature review, working to understand reviewers’ comments, or trying to master a new genre of writing, we can help. Just make an Hour-Long Appointment Request. Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-391-0222.
Show up & write. Drop-in writing sessions provide faculty and graduate students a designated time and place to “show up & write.”
Good data management practices are becoming increasingly important in the digital age. Learn how you can improve your data management.
Sessions are focused on coding in R.
Offers opportunities for students, scientists, environmental professionals, and K-12 teachers to learn from our over 50 years experience as a leader in the field of ecosystem science. From these classes, participants will learn cutting edge techniques from faculty and researchers that have been cited over 74,000 times since 2014. These non-credit courses can provide you with skills and hands on experience to take your research to next level science.
Student Groups/Special Interest Groups
Geospatial Graduate Students Club
Anyone interested in geospatial applications is welcome. Click here to learn more!
Society for Ecological Restoration- Rocky Mountains Chapter (SER-RM)
CSUHN has individual and group counseling as well as workshops and are available for students for free.
Email Jessie Charbonneau for details.