The Quantitative Ecology & Resource Management (QERM) program is a unique interdisciplinary graduate program designed for students interested in applying quantitative tools to ecological and resource management issues. Students receive intensive training in the application of statistical, mathematical, and decision sciences to terrestrial and aquatic ecology, natural resource management, biometrics, and mathematical biology.
The Center for Quantitative Science offers a minor for undergraduate students who are interested in applications of statistical and mathematical tools to problems in ecology, biology, renewable resource management, and the environment.
Courses and Electives
The Q SCI courses are a series of math and statistics classes designed for students in biology or ecology-related sciences.
QERM graduate student, Robbie Emmet (advisor: Beth Gardner) will be presenting today at the Graduate Student Seminar (GSS). The title of his presentation is, “Developing a monitoring framework for wolverines in the Cascades.” Details are below.Read more »
QERM alum, Christine Stawitz, will be presenting at the UW School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences (SAFS) Quantitative Seminar on March 12. She is currently a Stock Assessment Modeler, ECS Federal in support of NOAA Fisheries in Seattle.Read more »