The Cultural and Environmental Resource Management Graduate Program (CERM) invites students to apply to our interdisciplinary MS program to work with faculty in our Department of Geography at Central Washington University in Ellensburg, WA. The program integrates faculty and course work from Geography, Anthropology, and Economics to develop research on issues related to cultural and natural resource management, environmental change, and policy.
Geography faculty conduct on-going research in paleoecology, geomorphology, hydrology, conservation and land management, energy, transportation and human geography, GIScience, and critical cartography. Faculty work with and mentor students to complete original thesis research with a strong emphasis on fieldwork and/or collaboration with cultural and natural resource agencies or Tribal organizations.
The deadline for Fall 2020 applications and funding is extended until February 28th, 2020. Graduate assistantship funding is available on a competitive basis. Students applying from the 16 states within the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) are eligible for in-state Tuition. GRE scores are not required for the program. For more information, please see the CWU Graduate Studies page.
Contact person: Jennifer Lipton, Jennifer.Lipton@cwu.edu.