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The Division of Environmental Health Sciences focuses on environmental and occupational health concerns, from investigating hazards in our environment to establishing the basis for public health policy. The division offers MPH, MS and PhD degrees, in addition to doctoral training and joint degree programs. Professor Bruce Alexander serves as the interim division head.

Recent News

NORA Symposium on Occupational Health of Immigrant Workers

A video of the keynote lectures is now available for the 2014 National Occupational Research Agenda (NORA) Symposium, which took place Thursday, May 1. The symposium, “Occupational Health of…

June 20, 2014EnHS Research School

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PhD student Arnold named AIHA Fellow

Susan Arnold, an industrial hygiene doctoral student in the Division of Environmental Health Sciences, has been named a Fellow of the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA). Only five percent…

May 22, 2014EnHS Homepage News News

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Hazardous Materials Trainings, June 2014

Students practice hazardous materials containment during a training at SPH. Two upcoming hazardous materials refresher trainings are offered for students this summer: 8-Hour Site Worker Refresher, June 3 8-Hour…

May 21, 2014Continuing Education EnHS

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