The Water Resources Graduate Programs at Oregon State University award M.S. and Ph.D. degrees and brings together faculty and students from six colleges and multiple departments. Water resources are central to Oregon's well-being and development, and OSU is the state's flagship university for training water professionals with a rich roster of faculty and courses already in place.  Students will draw from a set of existing OSU courses covering engineering approaches, watershed processes, and/or water resources management and policy.


    WRGP Statement of Commitment to Building a Diverse and Inclusive Community

    We are a community of faculty, students, staff, and alumni engaged in water resource education, research, and outreach at Oregon State University. Our community includes those native to the USA, many of whom are descendants of immigrants, and many who are international scholars or recent immigrants. We are committed to promoting respect, courtesy, and human dignity in our daily professional interactions to create an inclusive environment in the Water Resources Graduate Program.

    We value diversity and honor the contributions made to our community by people from diverse disciplines, countries, cultures and identities. We value the free and respectful exchange of ideas and collaborations with those from other disciplines and perspectives, with our colleagues from within the USA and from other countries.

    We strive to build a diverse and inclusive environment that honors and respects the contributions and knowledge of all, not only because we believe that doing so will best prepare us to meet future challenges in understanding and sustainably managing the world’s water resources, but also because we believe we have a moral and ethical responsibility to do so.