If you are interested in pursuing a degree related to environmental health at the University of Alaska, there are a number of programs and resources that may be of interest. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
University of Alaska-Anchorage
Masters of Public Health Program – A distance based program that is designed for both full-time students and mid-career professionals who want to continue working while completing their degree
Interdisciplinary Masters Program – Designed for students that have a well-defined research question that bridges two or more disciplines
Masters or PhD in Biology – A collaborative program with University of Alaska-Fairbanks
Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies – Research hub dedicated to applied research to improve the health of Alaskans.
Center for Community Engagement and Learning – A center on campus dedicated to connected students and faculty with the community we serve through project-based learning opportunities.
Alaska Center for Conservation Science – Research center that studies conservation, ecological monitoring, and natural resource planning in Alaska
University of Alaska-Fairbanks
Interdisciplinary PhD – Designed for students that have a well-defined research question that bridges two or more disciplines