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  • Alumni Profile: Mike Krause News Release
    September 28, 2017
  • As governments decide what to do about air quality, studies connect an array of health problems to dirty air. Joel Kaufman is quoted. In the News
    ScienceNews | September 19, 2017
  • In the Imperial Valley, nearly 3,000 homes are dependent on raw canal water for showering, washing and other household uses. State regulators sanction the arrangement, but others are concerned about health risks. Vanessa Galaviz is quoted. In the News
    News Deeply | September 14, 2017