Student Research

Exposure Science student sampling pesticide byproducts in an orchard. Photo courtesy of Jenna Armstrong.

Some former students have researched the following topics:

Diana Ceballos, evaluate protective gloves’ efficacy against isocyanates

Ryan Blood, large scale construction project safety

Rick Neitzel, noise-induced hearing loss

Danielle Parette, chemical exposures

Phayong Thepaksorn, prevention of occupational injuries

Find out about other research that students have done in our program

Exposure Science Alumni

Graduates of the Exposure Sciences program often work for international companies where they take on responsibility for implementing and complying with both environmental & occupational health regulations. Recent graduates have taken a variety of jobs. Some of their job titles: • assistant professor • compliance analyst • industrial hygienist • public health service officer • research ergonomist • research scientist

Graduates who have been in the field longer, have responded that they are now working as: • bioenvironmental engineer • chief, risk assessment section • director, occupational safety & health program • emergency preparedness section supervisor • loss control & safety specialist • manager, safety & operations training • occupational health & safety supervisor • president, consulting firm • regional director of safety & health • research ergonomist • senior industrial hygienist • vice president, environmental health & safety

Read about some of our alumni profiles