Students from a diversity of departments across campus at the University of Oregon work with EWP faculty to assist with EWP research, collaborative project coordination, web design and maintenance, and general office support. We provide practical project experience through graduate fellowships, paid and undpaid internships, work study employment, and by serving as student research advisors and committee members on relevant thesis topics. These opportunities advance students' understanding of the ecosystem workforce and analytical skills through participation in EWP projects.
Students interested in working with EWP faculty on research projects should visit our current research page to better understand our research topic areas. After visiting our current research page, students should contact relevant EWP faculty to discuss potential opportuntities.
Positions available at the Ecosystem Workforce Program
Work Study — See below
Undergraduate/graduate assistant positions — 2 student researcher positions available
Graduate Research Fellows — There are currently no positions open