environmental health

Oerther elected chair of hazardous waste management commission

Posted by on October 4, 2022

Dr. Daniel B. Oerther, professor of environmental health engineering, was elected chair of the Missouri Hazardous Waste Management Commission during its September meeting.

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Oerther publishes in Nursing Outlook journal

Posted by on December 7, 2021

Dr. Daniel B. Oerther, professor of environmental health engineering, co-authored an article recently published in Nursing Outlook, the journal of the American Academy of Nursing.

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Police, fire officials to attend training Thursday

Posted by on December 9, 2019

Do not be alarmed if you see emergency vehicles, such as fire trucks, police cars and ambulances on campus Thursday, Dec. 12. S&T’s environmental health and safety and University Police are hosting annual off-site responder training 2-3 p.m. at the Missouri S&T Nuclear Reactor.

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Oerther named Chartered Institute of Environmental Health fellow

Posted by on June 4, 2018

Dr. Daniel Oerther, professor of civil, architectural and environmental engineering, has been named a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health. Originally established in the United Kingdom in 1883, more than 8,000 members are dedicated to enhancing environmental health and promoting the highest standards in the training and education of environmental health professionals.

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AAEES awards go to two faculty

Posted by on December 5, 2017

The American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists is honoring Dr. Joel Burken and Dr. Daniel Oerther with a pair of awards. The awards will be presented in April 2018 at the National Press Club in Washington.

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Oerther named associate editor of environmental engineering journal

Posted by on December 4, 2017

Dr. Daniel B. Oerther, professor of environmental health engineering, has been named an associate editor of the Journal of Environmental Engineering. The American Society of Civil Engineers publishes the journal monthly for its more than 150,000 members.

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