Oysters are critical to the ecosystem of coastal Georgia and are important to the economy of the coast. Work in environmental health science is helping to understand the impacts of water quality on these shellfish and, in turn, their effects on public health.
Please join us for our weekly EHS seminar series every Friday from 12:20-1:10PM in room 101 of the Environmental Health Science Building. This Friday’s lecture, October 3rd, will be given by EHS PhD candidate Rahat Wadhwa-Desai. Ms. Wadhwa-Desai will give a lecture entitled "Using in vitro and in vivo invasion as a...
Please join us for our Environmental Health Science Club meeting Tuesday October 7th at 6pm in the EHS building room 101.
Our guest speaker will be Dr. John L. Gittleman, Dean of the Odum School of Ecology.
Our community service event for October will be RIVERS ALIVE.
DATE: Saturday October 18th 8:00am-1:00pm...
Congratulations to Dr. Erin LIpp for being featured in UGA's "Focus on Faculty"! Dr. Lipp is a great component of the UGA Environmental Health Science department and we appreciate all of her hard work and dedication to the UGA students and EHS field. Please take a moment to read her profile and congratulate on her recognition.