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Since 2007, EHS has been honoring staff members with the EHS Employee of the Year Award, now the EHS Brenda Armstrong Employee of the Year Award, as well as the EHS...
As a child growing up on Long Island, Courtney Drayer had dreams of becoming a paleontologist. As she progressed through her high school years, she realized the field wasn’t...
When Neil Whiteside got a Lilly Endowment Scholarship to attend Purdue University, his plan was to go into the school’s pharmacy program. When he didn’t get accepted, he did...
Heat stress, from exertion or hot environments, places workers at risk for illness such as heat stroke, heat exhaustion, or heat cramps. See the Heat Stress Safety Guidelines...
Ayana Salahuddin and Julianna Santana did not know much about the field of environmental health and safety when they began their internship. That quickly changed over a three...
Environmental Affairs Technician Todd Treichel was recently featured in a “Hiring Spotlight” segment of New Haven Hiring Initiative’s newsletter. Treichel was promoted...
If you plan to have a minor or visiting undergraduate participate in research or clinical activities, please complete the appropriate application through EHS Integrator....