Congratulating the 2018 Scholarship Recipients

School of Public Health

Please join me and congratulate these Environmental Health Sciences students who received prestigious scholarships from the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) and the American Society of Safety Engineering (ASSE).

Oluwabunmi Dada is a second year doctoral student in EHS working with Drs. Kavouras, Chalbot, and Lungu (chair), her research being focused on exposure to chemicals from electronic cigarettes. Bunmi received:


The American Industrial Hygiene Foundation Endowed Scholarship

The ASSE Thompson Scholarship for Women in Safety

 

Jordan Roberts Nelson is a second year doctoral student in EHS working with Drs. Chalbot, Kavouras, Lungu (chair) on assessment of firefighter’s exposure to particulate matter and chemicals found in smoke. Jordan received:  


The AIHA Fred S Venable/Deep South Local Section Scholarship 

The ASSE Steven F. Kane Memorial Scholarship

 

Margaret Summers is a second year doctoral student in EHS, working with Drs. Oh and Lungu (chair), her research focus being the development of new materials for respiratory protection against both particulate matter and gases. Margaret received:


The George and Florence Clayton AIHA Scholarship

 

Jake Shedd is a second year doctoral student in EHS working with Drs. Oh and Lungu (chair). His research is focused on development and testing gas samplers using photo-thermal desorption. Jake received:


The Kyle B. Dotson AIHA Scholarship

 

Brenna Hogan is a first year MPH student in Industrial hygiene. Brenna is working with Drs. Oh, and Lungu and PhD student Jake Shedd for her master research project. She received a number of scholarships:


The AIHA Real Time Detection Systems Scholarship

The AIHA Fred S Venable/Deep South Local Section Scholarship

The AIHF Scholarship

The ASSE Alabama Chapter Scholarship