Interested in working for course credit on an exciting applied research or practical project in the areas of environmental/climate justice, climate change, sustainability, and public health?
Apply for entry into EPH 555a/F&ES 959a, Clinic in Environmental/Climate Justice, Sustainability, and Public Health (instructors: Robert Dubrow, Marianne Engelman-Lado, and Laura Bozzi), taught at the School of Public Health and open to graduate and professional students and undergraduate juniors and seniors from across the University.
The course will meet on Monday, 5:00 pm to 6:50 pm. Students find the practical experience and real-world impact of this course to be very rewarding, but it is also a lot of work.
Course description: In this course, interdisciplinary student teams (3-4 students each) carry out applied public health research or practice projects in the areas of environmental/climate justice, climate change, sustainability, and public health. Each team works with a sponsoring organization.
• Thursday, August 22: Application deadline
• Tuesday, August 27: Applicants notified
• Friday, August 30: First class – 5:00 pm to 6:50 am, LEPH 115
Read about the projects and find the course syllabus here.
Questions and additional information: Contact Dr. Laura Bozzi.