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Environmental Science (BS)

  • Pacific University (OR)

Students develop a core understanding of the language concepts and methods of environmental sciences, as well as perspectives on current issues facing the environment. They have a deeper understanding of ...

  • Posted Sept. 5, 2019
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Environmental and Toxicological Studies Concentration in Biological Engineering (BE)

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MA)

It is now widely recognized that our environment plays a greater role than our genes in cancer causation and for certain other diseases. Spanning from chemistry to pathophysiology, the objective ...

  • Posted June 14, 2019
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Environmental Toxicology Minor

  • Simon Fraser University (BC)

This program is for those who want to research and monitor how toxins such as chemical pesticides affect our environments. Student who participate in the program will study organic chemistry ...

  • Posted June 14, 2019
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Flame Retardant Chemicals in College Dormitories: Flammability Standards Influence Dust Concentrations

  • Harvard University (MA)
  • University of New Hampshire (NH)
  • Silent Spring Institute (MA)
  • University of Antwerp

Furniture flammability standards are typically met with chemical flame retardants (FRs). FRs can migrate out of products into dust and are linked to cancer, neurological impairment, and endocrine disruption. We ...

  • Posted Feb. 28, 2018
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Green Toxicology A Practical Nexus Toward Safer Sustainable Chemistries

  • Beyond Benign (MA)

Green Chemistry Education Webinar Series: A webinar series for chemistry faculty and students highlighting relevant and important topics in green chemistry education.

Presented by: Dr. Nicholas Anastas Senior Advisor Office ...

  • Posted Jan. 31, 2017
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Environmental and Green Chemistry at The George Washington University

  • George Washington University (DC)
  • Beyond Benign (MA)

Green Chemistry Education Webinar Series: A webinar series for chemistry faculty and students highlighting relevant and important topics in green chemistry education.

Presented by: Dr. Jakub Kostal Assistant Professor Department ...

  • Posted Jan. 31, 2017
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Teaching Toxicology: Model courses and novel approaches

  • Beyond Benign (MA)

Green Chemistry Education Webinar Series: A new webinar series for chemistry faculty and students highlighting relevant topics in green chemistry education.

Presented by: Dr. Marty Mulvihill
Executive Director
Berkeley Center ...

  • Posted Jan. 30, 2017
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Embedding Toxicology into the Chemistry Curriculum

  • Beyond Benign (MA)

Green Chemistry Education Webinar Series: A new webinar series for chemistry faculty and students highlighting relevant topics in green chemistry education.

Presented by: Dr. Nicholas Anastas Senior Advisor for Green ...

  • Posted Jan. 30, 2017
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Toxic Release! The role of educational games in teaching and learning about hazardous pollution

  • State University of New York at Plattsburgh (NY)
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (DC)

The compounding elements of toxic releases make teaching and learning about them difficult. For example, toxic releases have multifarious source/sink dynamics, high-stakes risk profiles, complex timelines, and passionate stakeholders ...

  • Posted Aug. 22, 2016
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Preparation of environmental studies and sciences students to participate in the environmental risk dialogue

  • University of North Carolina, Charlotte (NC)

Environmental exposure to chemicals associated with modern industrial and agricultural practices is a major societal concern. Evaluating and managing risk from these chemicals requires knowledge based on both the natural ...

  • Posted Aug. 22, 2016
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