Presented by AEHAP, this award is given to an individual who has demonstrated dedication to the profession through mentorship, education, and promotion.
AEHAP, in partnership with NSF International, offers a paid internship project to students from National Environmental Health Science & Protection Accreditation Council-accredited programs.
AEHAP's mission is to advance a 21st century science-based educational model that develops culturally competent environmental health scientists.
AEHAP and EHAC have actively explored the collaborative role they will play in addressing the public health issues of marginalized populations.
AEHAP and EHAC will continue to promote cultural competency of graduates and assist accredited environmental health programs in producing cohorts reflective of the needs of their local communities.
This column will provide AEHAP with the opportunity to share current trends within undergraduate and graduate environmental health programs, as well as their efforts to further the environmental health field and available resources and information.