For decades, researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have pursued the difficult questions at the core of how we understand and engage with our environment. Now, CU–Boulder faculty and students are at the leading edge of the research that will help us understand and manage many of society’s grand challenges, including climate change, food security, water supply, energy use, and the health of ecosystems on which we all depend.
You can help bring these people together in new ways that transcend disciplinary and organizational boundaries.
Building the Sustainability, Energy, and Environment Complex (SEEC) will bring together CU academic units and federal labs in a shared space. A new, efficient lab building and a refurbished 290,000 square-foot space for offices, classes, and collaborative work will enable transformative partnerships between economists and engineers, physicists and historians, business majors and ecologists. The complex will be a world-class research and teaching center that anchors the new environmental cluster on East Campus. A range of naming opportunities are available.
Those who knew Mark Meier may wish to contribute to the Mark F. Meier Memorial Fund, which will honor his many contributions to glaciology, the life of the institute, and the world around him with a space in SEEC.