EnHS at Minnesota
The Division of Environmental Health Sciences (EnHS) is one of the oldest and most highly ranked programs of its kind in the country. For more than 60 years, the division has served as an educational and research leader in environmental health.
We provide the scientific, policy, management and technology skills needed to address a broad and ever-changing spectrum of environmental and occupational health concerns.
Research Day 2013 featured a record number of student participants from public health majors across the school's four divisions. See a list of winners and honorable mentions, plus a photo and video recap.
Jason Kunz, Samantha Mills, Susan Wyatt, and Natasha Wright have received the President’s Student Leadership and Service Award from the University of Minnesota.
The Midwest Center for Occupational Health & Safety Education and Research Center is now requesting proposals for pilot research projects. Applications are due May 15, 2013.
Taking place April 23 & 24, the Mold Remediation course is designed to train individuals who work in a health care setting, at a remediation work site, or in businesses and schools where mold issues are prevalent.
Forms for Download
- Expense Worksheet
- Expense Worksheet Guide
- Purchase Request Form
- Travel Authorization
- Photo Release
- SPH Wordmark
- EnHS Agenda/Flyer Template
- Student Guidebook
- 2012/2013 Class Schedule
(subject to change – for planning purposes only)
- SPA Research Policies, Procedures, and Guidelines
- University of Minnesota Guide to Research Compliance
- SPA Research Funding Opportunities