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  • Transforming worker safety training We're using VR technology to help prevent on-the-job injuries Photo © adobe stock Learn More
  • Where will your UW degree take you? DEOHS alums share how they landed their first jobs after graduation Photo © Courtesy of El-Himri Learn More
  • Wildfire smoke and your health Two DEOHS researchers say it's time to change the way we talk about the risks Photo © Kelley Edwards Learn More
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  • Innovation on tap Community research partnerships take center stage at DEOHS fall kick-off event Photo © Jolayne Houtz Learn More

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Latest stories

November 14, 2018
DEOHS researcher explores new strategies to help communities come back healthier and more resilient after a disaster

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November 7, 2018
Virtual reality simulation developed by the University of Idaho and DEOHS aims to protect workers from on-the-job hazards

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October 29, 2018
Boeing and DEOHS partner to bolster academic programs, student opportunities and workforce talent

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October 25, 2018
Hilary Godwin joins UW School of Public Health as dean, with a faculty appointment as DEOHS professor

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News

  • November 1, 2018 |
    KUOW
    You may want to check your emergency water, because we did and ours was ... MOLDY. Professor and Assistant Chair Scott Meschke is quoted. In the News
  • November 1, 2018 |
    KING-5 News
    Interview with DEOHS Professor Kristie Ebi on the latest UN climate report. In the News
  • October 29, 2018 |
    Yakima Herald
    Educators worry vaping is sneaking into Yakima Valley schools right under their noses. Professor David Eaton is quoted.  In the News

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