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Environmental Health, Public Health and Toxicology

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This program will explore the molecular events that determine the biological activity and toxicity of selected xenobiotic molecules--chemicals not normally produced by the body. We will examine the physiologic systems that process these toxins in the body, and pathologic reactions they can cause. Using the tools of epidemiology, we will also investigate public health and environmental justice questions inherent in the unequal vulnerability of different populations to exposure to toxic substances. 

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Africa Is Not a Country

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Africa has long been characterized as one “nation” or a “country” by uninformed outsiders. This interdisciplinary program will historicize and complicate totalizing narratives that position Africa as undiverse, undeveloped, and principally as an origin for natural and human resources. This program seeks to disrupt colonial narratives by analyzing Africa as a diverse place, exploring examples of different pieces of African history, culture, music, literature, and religion.

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Trail Work Party: Spring Kick Off Event

Come join us for the spring's first Trail Maintenance work party! Be sure to come prepared for working outdoors. We're meeting at the HCC @ 11am. 

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29th Annual Rachel Carson Forum

The Master of Environmental Studies Student Association (MESA) will be hosting the 29th annual Rachel Carson Forum at The Evergreen State College on Thursday, May 10, 2018. This year's theme is Art as Environmental Activism. Through performance, poster presentations, and spoken word, MESA is exploring the nexus between artistic expression and traditional methods of sharing science.