Emily Findeisen`s great-grandfather died at the 1947 Texas City explosion - the deadliest industrial accident in US History – which inspired her to complete an MPH in Occupational Safety and Health. This month, she graduates to a career as a safety professional. Learn more about her story at tx.ag/WorkerSafety
Spotlighting recent graduate Kem Nwadei ’23 and her favorite things about the Bachelor of Science in Public Health. The deadline for undergraduate application to our Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) degree is this Friday!
Congratulations to Dean Shawn Gibbs for being named to the premier global credentialing body for environmental, health and safety professionals – Board for Global Environmental, Health and Safety Credentialing (BGC). Dean Gibbs received the 2022 Industrial Hygiene Impact Award from the same organization based on his research and development of best practices in response to globally emergent, highly infectious disease management, training, controls and policy. He has been a certified industrial hygienist, one of the credentials offered by the board, since 2009.
Spotlighting Varun Singh ‘25, who describes the Bachelor of Science in Public Health. The deadline for undergraduate application to our Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) degree is this Friday!
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