Environmental Health Sciences
The mission of the Environmental Health Sciences department is to understand, prevent and mitigate the impacts of environmental exposures and climate change on human health by leading cutting-edge research, training the next generation of public health professionals and partnering with impacted communities.
The Department of Environmental Health Sciences offers masters and doctorate degrees to understand how environmental exposures and climate change impact public health.
The Environmental Health Sciences department Chair shares a message about environmental justice, sustainability, and the role of climate change in public health.
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Environmental Health Sciences offers four degrees that focus on understanding, preventing and mitigating the impacts of environmental exposures and climate change on human health.
Environmental Health Sciences research centers and labs examine how the environment and climate change impact human health and translate the findings into updated public health policies.
The Environmental Health Sciences Department offers masters and doctorate degrees related to public health, toxicology, environmental health data science, and climate change.
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A variety of educational offerings for researchers, public health professionals, high school students, and undergraduate students.
Resources to protect your family from pesticides, avoid lead, reduce air pollution, make safer shopping choices, and more!