Master's Projects at SNRE
What is a Master's Project?
Master's projects are interdisciplinary problem-solving experiences conducted by groups of Master's degree students as the capstone of their academic programs at the University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment. Projects provide students with a team experience that approximates a future work environment while also providing client organizations with solutions to complex environmental issues and useful products. These projects focus the substantial capabilities of our students and faculty on problems faced by real-world clients. Project ideas are developed by faculty, students, or clients. Please contact us at email@example.com with any questions or ideas.
SNRE Master's Projects In the News
- SNRE Master's Project Team's Recommendations Implemented by Huron Clinton Metropolitan Authority
- Student Blog on Piramal Water Master's Project
- Master's Project Examines How Government Incentives are Driving Corn Ethanol Expansion, Impacting Wildlife
- U-M Graduate Students Research Place-Based Education for U.S. Forest Service
- Wall Street Journal Article Highlights SNRE Master's Project Assessing Carbon Footprint for Organic Milk
When to Submit Master's Project Ideas
- Final deadline: December 1, 2017
- "Open Projects" or "In Progress Projects" are those that were started in the previous year and are currently being finished.
- "Archived Projects" or "Past Projects" are recent master's projects that have been completed.
Searching for Older Projects
- You can search for older, past projects by visiting U-M's Deep Blue system.
- Click on "Browse Collections" then "Natural Resources and Environment." You can search for past projects by title, author, subject, or date.
If you cannot find an electronic copy of a master's project report on U-M's Deep Blue System, you can contact the U-M Shapiro Science Library at (734) 764-7490 (select option 2) to see if a bound copy of the report is available. If there is only one copy available, you (anyone) can read the copy in the library. If there is more than one copy, you may check it out (if affiliated with U-M).