The Center realizes the value of involving students as active participants in the research process and strives to make research opportunities available to students from multiple academic disciplines. A world of learning opens to graduate and undergraduate students as they gain hands-on experience working with faculty members and support personnel in the field and in laboratories.
Much of the research in which students participate is conducted through interdisciplinary teams in conjunction with the following research programs:
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Curriculum and Instruction
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Environmental Sciences
- Mechanical Engineering
- Tennessee Cooperative Fishery Research Unit
Follow the link below to access the complete graduate student handbook, which provides information on graduate research assistantships, the thesis/dissertation and other items of importance.
Graduate Student Handbook 2013 (Adobe PDF file)