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Amalawa, Marissa and Hunt pose after Marissa accepted her award.

Helping students spread their wings

Assistant Professor Marissa Baker is the 2024 DEOHS Outstanding Faculty Mentor

| Deirdre Lockwood

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A student wears glasses, cap, gown and a keffiyeh covering his shoulders while talking with a person in the entryway of the Hans Rosling Center.

Congratulations, Class of 2024!

DEOHS graduates gather with friends, family and our community to celebrate earning their degrees 

Four adults and a child smile with a pallet of vegetables including peppers and tomatoes.

DEOHS faculty member elected president of Agriculture, Food and Human Values Society

Jennifer Otten, associate professor in DEOHS and Food Systems, Nutrition and Health, will lead interdisciplinary society focused on food and agricultural systems

An aerial view of the town of Westport, Washington from a drone.

Using drones to incorporate youth perspectives in disaster planning

DEOHS MPH student Matias Korfmacher’s ‘photovoice’ approach empowers high school students on the Washington coast

Headshot of Nell Thompson.

Exploring the intersection of identity, place and public health

DEOHS undergraduate Nell Thompson honored as Husky 100 winner for working with communities to understand their conservation needs

Photo of Mount Rainier with a hillside of wildflowers and evergreens in the foreground.

How do the smells of nature benefit our health?

UW-led research promotes more investigation of how natural odors and scents impact our health and well-being

Joey Teresi smiles with a waterway, trees and a bridge behind him.

A drive to serve his community

Joey Teresi named 2024 DEOHS Outstanding Master's Student



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