Staff News

Last fall, Morris Weisman took a leave for three and a half months, trading his daily routine in ESSL/MMMM for the University at Albany, State University of New York

Ever wonder what happens to those orange rinds, coffee grounds, and napkins you toss in the compost bin at work? In January, about a half dozen staff found out during a visit

On January 8, staff had a chance to hear about plans for developing a new NCAR Strategic Plan and opportunities to participate in a process that will shape the organization’s fut

Mohan Ramamurthy

As we usher in the new year, I write this ­column to present a vision for a new ­generation of data services enabled by not only advances in information technology, but also shaped by a growing need for, and the power of, collaborative,

Several GLOBE staff traveled to Geneva, Switzerland in late January for the Global Climate Change Research and Education Workshop, held at the offices of the World Meteorological Organization.

A pilot program in VSP to match postdoctoral climate scientists with local and regional decision makers is expanding for its second year by recruiting more fellows.

The 2009 UCAR Health and Benefits Fair takes place March 3 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Center Green.

The new year ushered in changes to UCAR benefits.

About two dozen staff toured the Boulder County Recycling Center on December 4 to learn more about the life cycles of milk cartons, newspapers, soda cans, and other discarded items.

Staff working at the Mesa Lab might think they’re above it all—literally, that is—when they look down on Boulder from their stone towers in the Flatirons. But the NCAR award

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