OREOS Undergraduate Research Symposium

The Office of Research and Educational Opportunities for Students (OREOS) is pleased to be hosting our third OREOS Undergraduate Research Symposium at the University of Montana campus in Missoula, Montana on Wednesday, August 10th, 2011 &nb...

Native Students to receive research lab

Story by Lauren Russell | October 31, 2007 Montana Kaimin As soon as the mothballs and old petri dishes are cleared out, University of Montana’s American Indian science students will have two research labs of their own – the first labs developed for...

Native American Scientists Given Grant

The University of Montana’s Native American Research Laboratory soon will begin work on a novel biofuels technology aimed at making cellulosic ethanol production more efficient. Research Assistant Professor and NARL Director Michael Ceballos recently...

UM to Research Biofuels

The University of Montana’s Native American Research Laboratory soon will begin work on a novel biofuels technology aimed at making cellulosic ethanol production more efficient. Research Assistant Professor and NARL Director Michael Ceballos recentl...

UM Lands Prestigious Biology Education Program

The Howard Hughes Medical Institute has selected The University of Montana to participate in a national program offering intense, hands-on laboratory experience to undergraduate biology students. UM joins an elite group of 24 institutions participat...

  • OREOS Undergraduate Research Symposium

    Tuesday, 05 July 2011 08:45
  • Native Students to receive research lab

    Monday, 11 August 2008 17:25
  • Native American Scientists Given Grant

    Monday, 11 August 2008 17:17
  • UM to Research Biofuels

    Saturday, 09 August 2008 23:30
  • UM Lands Prestigious Biology Education Program

    Saturday, 09 August 2008 15:30

What is OREOS?

The Office of Research and Educational Opportunities (OREOS) is established as a permanent office within DBS. OREOS unites and leverages the organization and management of existing training grants and educational programs and facilitates new efforts and future applications for these types of programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Further, the office is an identifiable and readily accessible entry point for prospective students, as well as those already in such programs. In the future, the office might also serve as an umbrella for other educational opportunity programs such as NSF-REU programs and other programs primarily serving underrepresented groups and minorities.

 

 

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OREOS is located on the first floor of the Health Sciences building (room 106) proximal to the DBS main office to provide visibility and access by students, allow interactions with other DBS staff, and facilitate ready access by involved faculty while performing other duties within DBS. The development of OREOS is timely for the existing large educational grant programs including the NSF-IGERT Montana - Ecology of Infectious Disease and the HHMI funded Montana Integrative Learning Experience for Students, an undergraduate research and education program. OREOS serves to insure that large educational opportunity programs always have adequate infrastructure and sustained administrative and clerical support.
 

Office of Research & Educational

Opportunities for Students


Division of Biological Sciences

Health Sciences 106

The University of Montana

Missoula, MT 59812

406-243-5670

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Hannah Riedl

Major:
Wild Land Restoration
Year:
Sophmore
Lab Mentor:
Laurie Marczak
Proposal Title:
Effects of non-native species and changing hydrological regimes on litter quality and organic matter dynamics in headwater streams
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