Award-winning students

| Jolayne Houtz
A group of students and faculty pose for a photo.

Students from DEOHS presented research at the recent conference of the National Environmental Health Association: (left to right) Justine Marecaux, Kaitlyn Kelly, Tania Busch Isaksen, Darcy Van Deventer, Amanda Durkin, Veda Ting and Annie Doubleday. 

DEOHS students recognized for their research at the National Environmental Health Association conference

Two 2019 graduates of the UW Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS) won awards this month at a student research competition held by the Association of Environmental Health Academic Programs.

Justine Marecaux and Darcy Van Deventer, who graduated this spring with BS degrees in Environmental Health, were recognized for their research on wildfire smoke risk communication at the annual conference of the National Environmental Health Association.

Their faculty mentors were DEOHS Senior Lecturer Tania Busch Isaksen (PhD) and Lecturer Nicole Errett.

Four other DEOHS students also presented research at the conference: Annie Doubleday (MPH 2019), Amanda Durkin (BS 2019), Veda Ting (BS 2019) and Kaitlyn Kelly, MPH student.

Justine Marecaux and Darcy Van Deventer stand with their award-winning research poster.



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