A unique collaboration, residing equally between a school of public health and a school of engineering
Combines the faculty and resources of two of the nation's top-ranked programs
Defining policy and advancing understanding of the relationship between human activity and the environment
Faculty and alumni are global experts in environmental health sciences and engineering
A diverse student and faculty body fosters a rich, collaborative learning environment
Dr. Ciaran Harman installed as the Russell Croft Faculty Scholar
Harman’s research sits at the interface between engineering and earth scienceLearn More
Study shows connection between asthma attacks and gas drilling
People with asthma face a larger risk of asthma attacks if they live near heavy gas drilling activity in Pennsylvania.Learn More
Persistence of Change
Dr. Winnie-Tang studies environmental exposures that can alter gene activity for anywhere from minutes to a lifetime. Some changes might even persist over generations.Learn More
News & Updates
When 2 Become 1
In the new Department of Environmental Health and Engineering, expect deep collaboration and smart solutions.
Study: Toxic Metals Found in E-Cigarette Liquids
Five metals, toxic and potentially carcinogenic when inhaled, found in liquid of leading first generation e-cigarette brands.
EHE Students Win First Place in the Chesapeake Water Environment Association Student Design Competition
The project aims to address stormwater management concerns in Ft. Meade, Maryland.