DEOHS

Measuring the toll of wildfires

DEOHS student Annie Doubleday honored by the UW School of Public Health for her leadership potential and public health contributions

Two DEOHS student workers honored as Husky 100 winners for their efforts to improve agricultural worker health and safety

DEOHS Associate Chair and Professor Richard Fenske to retire after 35-year career focused on workers and families in agricultural communities

DEOHS collaborates on a new project to study the cognitive impact of environmental toxicants on Kenyan children

First-of-its-kind mobile app developed by DEOHS provides pesticide safety information in Spanish 

Forty years after launching the DEOHS toxicology program, Professor David Eaton will retire

David Kalman, DEOHS professor and former chair, retires after a 40-year career at the UW 

Some DEOHS faculty, staff will move to new Population Health building in 2020, joining a new UW hub for public health

DEOHS researcher explores new strategies to help communities come back healthier and more resilient after a disaster

Virtual reality simulation developed by the University of Idaho and DEOHS aims to protect workers from on-the-job hazards

DEOHS alumni share their college-to-career transitions

DEOHS investigates health risks faced by workers in the emerging cannabis industry

DEOHS invests in tomorrow’s health and safety leaders by supporting student internships

DEOHS faculty member Stanley Freeman remembered for his contributions to curriculum and workplace safety

DEOHS alumnus invests in students with “fire in their bellies” who share his passion for health and the environment

New clinic led by DEOHS, UW Medicine focuses on animal worker health and safety

DEOHS associate professor leads effort to empower residents at the US-Mexico border to reduce air pollution

On the front lines of climate change

From the Grand Canyon to Remote Alaska

Research with Real World Impact

UW Worker Memorial Day Event to Focus on Worker Safety in the #MeToo era