As an interdisciplinary graduate program, QERM faculty and students are drawn from several different disciplines. QERM students and faculty share a common interest in the application of quantitative techniques in the analysis and solution of resource management and conservation problems.
Currently, QERM students are working with faculty from the following disciplines:
QERM students are not limited to working only with faculty from the disciplines listed above. In previous years students have worked with faculty from:
- Public Affairs
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Atmospheric Sciences
- Marine Affairs
At the University of Washington grants and contracts in excess of $74 million annually support world-renowned research on climate; marine, earth, and space processes; ecology; and natural resource management at the University of Washington.