The ENR Center offers interdisciplinary projects in seven substantive areas:
- Conservation Trust Project
- Energy Law and Policy Project
- Global Environmental Democracy Project
- Food Resiliency Project
- Native Environmental Sovereignty Project
- Oceans, Coasts, and Watersheds Project
- Sustainable Land Use Project
Student fellows work with faculty members to solve critical environmental problems.
Interdisciplinary Research Projects
The ENR Center has developed seven theme-based projects that draw upon existing faculty strengths and provide collaborative opportunities for promoting student experience, providing service to the community, and bringing intellectual energy to bear on some of the most challenging and cutting-edge environmental issues of our day.
ENR Interdisciplinary Projects
The Environmental and Natural Resources (ENR) Law Center is pleased to announce a Summer Research Program for 2020. Through outside foundation, grant, and donor support the ENR Center will offer up to 16 summer positions that will receive a summer stipend of up to $3,000 for full-time positions (approximately 40 hours/week) or up to $1,500 for half-time positions (approximately 20 hours/week). ENR Summer Research Assistants will work with ENR faculty to carry out independent research as part of one or more of the flagship ENR interdisciplinary projects: The Conservation Trust Project; The Energy Law and Policy Project; The Food Resiliency Project; The Global Environmental Democracy Project; The Native Environmental Sovereignty Project; The Oceans, Coasts, and Watersheds Project; and The Sustainable Land Use Project.
This position will provide research, analysis, and solutions to environmental problems in Oregon and create deliverables projected to result in transformational change to further the ENR Center's mission of engaging the law to support sustainability on earth.
We will begin accepting applications on Monday, May, 11, 2020. To apply for an ENR Summer Research Position, submit an application to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at 5:00pm that contains the following: a cover letter which describes interest and experiences within the ENR program, and a résumé. Offers will be extended by May 25, 2020 and work will start in early June. All work will be completed remotely. If you have any questions or need any assistance, please let us know.