Summer 2018 ► Congratulations to our newly minted public health and engineering graduates: Georgina Harris, PhD - Jessie Huang, PhD - Thomas Luechtefeld, PhD - Daniel Wilusz, PhD and He Chang, MS ►Mary Doyle, MPH, director of the continuing education program at the Johns Hopkins Education and Research Center for Occupational Safety and Health, has been named a member of the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health’s (NIOSH) Board of Scientific Counselors.
E-cigarettes, Juuls and Heat-Not-Burn Devices: The Science and Regulation of Vaping
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Former UN Official Brings Food Systems Expertise to His New Role as Center for a Livable Future Director
Martin Bloem brings a global perspective to the issues of food access, security and justice.Learn More
Students and faculty discuss unique academic and research opportunities, mentorship, environmental engineering and public health in EHE.
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