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
Check out the QERM network visualization to see how student work (both current and alumni) spans ecosystems, quantitative methods, and organizational boundaries.
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.