Join a team of academic, practice, and accreditation leaders to explore how public health faculty can capture the enthusiasm of prospective students for environmental health issues using fresh approaches to teaching and learning that offer exciting options for aspiring environmental health professionals. This webinar highlights accreditation and education issues in environmental health, airs a practice perspective to assist in guiding faculty to position graduates of accredited public health institutions for success in the workplace, and features two exemplar graduate-level programs: one focusing on a One-Health approach and the other addressing climate and health.
Entitled “Environmental Health Programming that Inspires and Excites,” the webinar will run on Monday Oct 7, 2019 from 1:00-2:00 p.m. Eastern and is free to all. The speakers highlighted in the webinar include: Dr. David Dyjack (National Environmental Health Association), moderator, Ms. Mollie Mulvanity (Council on Education for Public Health), Dr. Marisa Bunning (Colorado), and Dr. Jeffrey Shaman (Columbia). More information.
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