Research Funding Awarded 

* Denotes award as Co-Investigator All awards in USD unless specified otherwise

2018 Royal Society of New Zealand Te Apārangi Rutherford Foundation Trust Postdoctoral Fellowship: “Improving understanding of debris-covered glacier dynamics, Haupapa/Tasman Glacier, New Zealand.”, Wigmore, O., NZ$160,000. *2018 National Science Foundation: EAR #1824152 Hydrological Sciences: Extending the vadose zone: characterizing the role of snow for liquid water storage and transmission in streamflow generation, PI: Webb, R., CoPI's: Wigmore, O., Musselman, K., Molotch, N.,   $289,218.                                                                                                       *2018    Niwot Ridge Long Term Ecological Research program 2018 Request for Proposals. Integrating patch-to      catchment-scales in the alpine using a spatial polygonal statistical analysis, PI: Hermes, A., CoPI's: Wigmore, O.,  Hinckley, E., $4,327.
2017     Niwot Ridge Long Term Ecological Research program, Travel Grant, to attend 2017 AGU Fall Meeting 2017, $850.
2017  Planet Education and Research Partnership: Changing Andean Glacier Waterscapes: A multi-scale investigation of land-cover / land-use change and hydro-social implications, Access to Planet Cube-sat and RapidEye data archives. 
2015     Geological Society of America Graduate Research Grant: Assessing Variability in Pro-glacial Soil Moisture: Integrating UAV’s, Satellites and Field Hydrology in the    Peruvian Andes, $1200
2015   The Explorers Club Exploration Fund Grant: Assessing Variability in Pro-glacial Soil Moisture: Linking Processes and Scale, Cordillera Blanca, Peru, $1,500.
2015   The Foundation Mamont - Explorers Club World Exploration Challenge: Above, Below and Beyond: Mapping the Glacial Frontier, Cordillera Blanca, Peru, Finalist.
2014   The American Philosophical Society Lewis and Clark Fund: Assessing Variability in Pro-glacial Soil Moisture: Linking Processes and Scale, Cordillera Blanca, Peru, $5,000.
*2014 National Science Foundation: Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Award BCS #1434248: Doctoral Dissertation Research: Assessing Variability in Pro-glacial Soil Moisture: Integrating UAV’s, Satellites and Field Hydrology in the Peruvian Andes, PI: Mark, B. (adviser), CoPI: Wigmore, O., $15,999.
2014     The Ohio State University, Council of Graduate Students, Global Gateway Graduate Student Research Abroad Grant: $1,500.
2014     The Ohio State University, International Affairs Grant: Assessing Variability in Pro-glacial Soil Moisture: Linking Processes and Scale, Cordillera Blanca, Peru, $3,500 (including $500 departmental match).
2014     American Geographical Society Council Fellowship: Assessing Variability in Pro-glacial Soil Moisture: Linking Processes and Scale, Cordillera Blanca, Peru, $1,000.
2014     Sigma Xi (Ohio State University Chapter) Student Research Grant: Assessing Variability in Pro-glacial Soil Moisture: Linking Processes and Scale, Cordillera Blanca, Peru. Honourable mention.
2013     The Tinker Foundation, Tinker Field Research Grant: Water, Land and Glaciers. Implications of Land Use and Land Cover Change on Hydrologic Resources in the Face of Glacier Recession, and Climate Change, Cordillera Blanca, Peru, $2,200.
2013     The Ohio State University Department of Geography Rayner Graduate Research Scholarship: Water, Land and Glaciers. Implications of Land Use and Land Cover Change on Hydrologic Resources in the Face of Glacier Recession, and Climate Change, Cordillera Blanca, Peru, $1,000.