CUAHSI’s Cyberseminar program enables researchers to circulate their work to the community by providing an inexpensive and convenient alternative to in-person meetings. Each cyberseminar series features presentations from experts on a new or timely topic, and all cyberseminars are free and open to the public. Every presentation is recorded and archived for later viewing.
Recent & Ongoing Cyberseminar Series
Professional development activities targeting early career hydrologists effectively highlight career opportunities within and beyond academia; however, these conversations often overlook how early career hydrologists can “find their niche” within the large variety of career opportunities. This series of webinars and co-working meetings is aimed to help early career hydrologists develop essential skills that allow them to more effectively create the hydrologic niche that best aligns with their values and desired career goals.
The series of eight interactive online webinars will include sessions on the logistics and organizational requirements to manage successful citizen science projects, methods-focused sessions to share best practices in water resources data collection and data use in decision-making, and sessions on integrating citizen science projects in educational settings.
This two-hour workshop aims to introduce undergraduate instructors to a course module and resources developed to engage undergraduate students in visualization of data grounded in the Food-Energy-Water-Nexus (FEW-Nexus). Course instructors will guide participants on ways to develop diverse local and regionally specific scenarios for teaching and learning that would involve decision-making about socio-hydrological issues.
CUAHSI’s community support hydrologist Clara Cogswell has convened this webinar series in order to foster discussion within the water science community around open source tools; and celebrate scientists who lower the barrier to entry for water research by making their tools open source. CUAHSI hopes that through this series, speakers and participants will discuss different approaches to open source development, find new intersections for collaboration, be inspired by novel use cases as well as new developments on older works.
Join us for a discussion on Postdoctoral Grant Writing as a part of our Navigating Academic Waters Series with AGU H3S.
This virtual event will be relevant for many career stages, whether you are a student seeking job opportunity information or a professional interested in switching to a non-academic job related to water.
This webinar will help all early career researchers better understand where and how to apply for a postdoc as a graduate student and how to excel in the position once you have it.
In this series, indigenous leaders in water knowledge and hydrologic science explore how hydrological sciences are defined and who is included in that definition. Throughout the series, we explore how Native American people relate to water, what water issues are important for us to reflect on, how we can increase inclusivity in the hydrologic sciences community, and what challenges and opportunities we face as scientists and community members when finding resilient solutions to climate change.