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The Department of Environmental Health and Engineering (EHE) is a collaborative hybrid program uniquely designed to lead pioneering research and promote technology translation as it prepares the next generation of scholars to solve critical and complex issues at the interface of public health and engineering. This cross-divisional department builds on the strengths of the Whiting School’s Geography and Environmental Engineering department and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School’s Environmental Health Sciences department.

EHE’s mission is to improve the health of the Earth and its inhabitants – and WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT! 

THIS YEAR, WE CHALLENGE YOU! From now until March 26th, your gift will go even further—every 10 gifts the Department of Environmental Health and Engineering receives will unlock an additional $1,000.  

Your gift will support EHE’s accomplished faculty and visionary students, poised to use their broad and deep expertise to propel discovery and innovation. 

Your gift can: 

  • Sponsor student scholarships to attract and train the most talented environmental health scientists and engineers and public health leaders. 
  • Support faculty research to develop affordable means of protecting the health of underserved populations of the world.
  • Provide needed funding for first-year underrepresented minority graduate students. The number of underrepresented minorities (URMs) among the graduate school population is significantly low. First-generation, low-income, LGBTQ, and minority students are often underrepresented in graduate schools, which means that they make up only a small fraction of the universities' total populations. 

No gift is too small. Your donation of any amount is welcomed. JOIN US TODAY!


 

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