• EHSC sponsored a successful graduate seminar took place in Winter 2011 on Preparing Effective Outreach Modules for Middle School Students. Using the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill as a context for the outreach activity, the graduate students created three hands-on activities to teach the concepts of mass, chemical separation, analytical chemistry, and data analysis. The link provides more Information and the final activities for teachers. 
  • Unsolved Mysteries of Human Health
    This interactive website links students, teachers, and the general public to the environmental health investigators and scientists at Oregon State University and provides accurate and non-technical explanations of complex research methods and instruments used at EHSC.
  • Hydroville Curriculum Project (HCP) 9-12 grade
    Curricula developed by EHSC with a grant from NIEHS from 2000-2007.
    Students work in teams to solve environmental health problems based on real-life occurrences. This integrated curricula promotes 21 Century Skills with teamwork, critical thinking, subject integration, and problem-solving.
  • Toxicology Risk Assessment and Pollution (ToxRAP)
    This K-9 curriculum, developed by the Resource Center at the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute (EOHSI), is an innovative new curriculum which introduces students to the principles of toxicology and the process of risk assessment.

A collection of K-12 Environmental Health resources for teachers in collaboration with OSU Superfund Research Center

Groundwater education

Student Presentation

Hydroville Teacher Training