CEHS

AcronymDefinition
CEHSCollege of Education and Human Services
CEHSColumbus East High School (Columbus, IN)
CEHSCollege of Education and Health Sciences (various schools)
CEHSCenter for Environmental Health Sciences (University of California, Davis)
CEHSCheyenne East High School (Cheyenne, WY)
CEHSConsumer and Environmental Health Services (New Jersey)
CEHSCape Elizabeth High School (Cape Elizabeth, ME)
CEHSCenter for Human Services (multiple locations)
CEHSCorporate Environment, Health and Safety
CEHSCanadian Economic History Society
CEHSCivilian Employee's Health Service
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CEHS, which has responsibility for overseeing laboratory safety and training on campus, provided an email roster of individuals in the College of Science associated with campus laboratories.
We look forward to having Mark build on the solid CEHS foundation established to date in the Company under the leadership of Vice-President, Exploration, Bill Mercer."
As Wright State's CEHS Diversity Committee began to meet on a regular basis to focus on their new goals, their first commitment was to get to know, trust, and appreciate one another as they began a very personal dialogue around the topic of diversity.
While dialogue, informed by the literature, past practices, and expertise of WSU faculty and staff, continues to be an essential element of the CEHS Diversity Committee, the members are also committed to taking action to inform and improve future practices.
There could have been a fierce debate at least about the piece selected for the one production traditionally offered in the play market: the Theater zum westlichen Stadthirschen, one of Berlin's most talked-about free theatres, presented Burnout; or, Refusing the High C (Burnout, die Verweigerung des hohen Cehs), by the young East Berlin author Oliver Bukowski, in the fascinating ambience of a dilapidated meat factory.
Detailed protocols and extra supplementary raw data are available online [Center for Environmental Health Sciences (CEHS) 2012].
Supplemental information is available online (CEHS 2012).
Hamilton [Center for Environmental Health Sciences (CEHS) biostatistics], C.
To bring these researchers together, the Center for Environmental Health and Susceptibility (CEHS) was funded with a $3.78 million, four-year grant from the NIEHS to become one of 22 Environmental Health Sciences Centers.
And whereas researchers have in the past focused largely on average susceptibility when looking at the distribution of disease among a particular population, CEHS scientists are among those now looking at populations with greater- or lesser-than-average disease susceptibility, Swenberg says.