An important outcome of OEWRI activities is the training and research experience provided to undergraduate and graduate students in geography, geology, planning, biology, chemistry, plant science, and business.
OEWRI supports undergraduate hourly workers, undergraduate research projects, graduate assistants, and master's thesis projects.
OEWRI staff are an important educational resource to the University because they are accessible to students, have applicable technical expertise, and overlap project involvement with student activities. All students that work on OEWRI projects must complete a structured training program and monitored field or laboratory probationary period prior to the collection or analysis of data for OEWRI projects.
Examples of past research projects can be found by viewing our Graduate Theses.
Examples of past research projects can be found by clicking on the links below: