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Author: Katy May

May 7, 2018

Research Not Communicated is Research Not Done

Melissa Marshall gave the keynote talk at this year’s ORIED Research Retreat on April 11 in Raleigh. Melissa is a faculty member in Penn State’s Department of Communication Arts &… 

Jan 28, 2018

Beer-Reviewed Science: You are what you eat (and drink)

This year, Beer-Reviewed Science will take place on the fourth Monday of the month at Oak and Dagger Public House. We kicked off 2018 with You are what you eat…and drink. Drs.… 

Dec 13, 2017

DeWitt Speaks to DHHS Division of Public Health

In consultation with CHHE, the NC Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Division of Public Health has created a monthly seminar series that brings researchers from local universities in… 

Nov 17, 2017

CHHE Fall Social

On November 16, members of CHHE gathered with community partners for our Fall Social. After a Center update from Director, Rob Smart, the three organizations that were selected for funding… 

Oct 10, 2017

2017 Community Mini Grants Awarded

This month, the COEC selected the next round of Community Mini Grant recipients. Sound Rivers, The Haw River Assembly, and Sustainable Sandhills will each receive $8,000 to address local environmental health issues in year-long… 

Jun 28, 2017

New Event Series: Beer-Reviewed Science

CHHE has started a new event series called Beer-Reviewed Science. It takes place on the fourth Monday of each month at Raleigh Brewing Company. The goal of Beer-Reviewed Science is… 

Jun 24, 2016

CHHE Researcher Spotlight: David Aylor

What is your general field of study and how did you get here?I studied Environmental Science in college, focusing on ecology and evolutionary biology. I had an internship with the… 

Apr 14, 2016

Meet Catherine LePrevost, COEC Director

What is your general field of study and how did you get here?Toxicology and science education. While working on my Master’s degree I was doing bench (in the lab) research, when… 

Apr 14, 2016

CHHE Researcher Spotlight: Dr. Hong Wang

Ultraviolet radiation (UVR) can cause long-lasting damage to our bodies, like aging and skin cancer, but is it an equal-opportunity damager? How can we promote cell repair after UVR damage occurs?… 

Apr 2, 2016

Meet Jane Hoppin, CHHE Deputy Director

What is your general field of study and how did you get here?I am an environmental epidemiologist interested in how chemicals in the environment affect our health.As a college student…