Congratulations to Amee Raval (right) and Rachel Blythe (left) for winning the American Industrial Hygience Association – Northern California Section awards! Amee has received the Robert T. Legge Award, and Rachel has received the Tebbens Award.
The M. Donald Whorton Writing Award is offered by the Northern California Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (COEH). The award program strives to honor the late Dr. Whorton by
encouraging and recognizing important new voices in occupational and environmental research.
Students and recent alumni (within 5 years of graduation) from any of the COEH-affiliated programs are eligible to submit a manuscript for consideration. Papers may be co-authored; however the student/alumnus must be first or senior author. Papers must be recently published or accepted for publication.
Application deadline: February 20, 2015
Winners are awarded $500 in addition to recognition in the COEH Bridges newsletter and an invitation to present at a COEH event.
For more information, please check the COEH website.
Receive up to $5,000 for a project of your choice and design!
The Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (COEH) invites applications from graduate students and medical residents wishing to conduct a multidisciplinary research project in occupational or environmental health. Teaching, service, community intervention, and policy projects will also be considered. The purpose is to encourage students to work in teams with students from other disciplines in order to better address real world problems.
Application deadline for summer projects: March 13, 2015