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COEP – Index


1. About COEP Homepage

a. COEP Goals
b. COEP staff

i. Biazo, Travis
ii. Gevirtzman, Debbie
iii. Hewakapuge, Samanthi
iv. Hughes, Rachel
v. Lindsey, Marti
vi. Navarro, Eleanor

2. Air Info Now

3. Arsenic

a. Arsenic Resources

4. COEP Events Homepage

a. About COEP Events
b. Previous Workshop Handouts & Presentations
c. Public Events

i. University Medical Center Presentation
ii. Ajo Arsenic Project

d. Student Events

i. MedStart Summer Program

· MedStart 2004
· MedStart 2003

ii. Pharm Camp 2003

e. Teacher Events

i. Workshop 2005 Environmental Toxins and Health: Meeting Educational Standards across the Curriculum

· Photo Gallery 2005
· Workshop Schedule

ii. Workshop 2004 – Teaching Toxicology to Teens: 6th-12th Grade Science Through Toxicology

· Photo Gallery 2004
· Workshop Schedule

iii. Workshop 2003 - Environmental Factors & Human Diseases: Integrating High School Content Through Toxicology

· Workshop Schedule

iv. Workshop 2002 - Air Pollution: Integrating High School Content Through Toxicology

· Air Pollution Workshop Schedule

v. Workshop 2001 - Water Pollution: Integrating High School Content Through Toxicology

· Water Pollution Workshop Schedule

vi. Workshop 2000 - Toxicology and Plants: Integrating High School Content Through Toxicology

· Web Resources for Toxicology, Plants, Pesticides, Herbicides etc.
· Toxicology & Plants Workshop Schedule

vii. A Class for Biology Teachers 2001 - Poison, Pollution, and Public Health (BIOC 597c: Current Topics for Biology Teachers)

· Poison, Pollution, and Public Health Class Schedule

5. COEP Homepage

6. COEP Partners and Sponsors

7. Curriculum, Lesson Plans and Activities Homepage

a. Basic Toxicology Lab Stations
b. California Black worms
c. Chemicals and Human Health
d. Cluster Busters: A Game of Disease Mystery Solving
e. From Plants to Drugs
f. Good Cells Gone Bad
g. Lemons and Onions
h. Microscopy K-12 Educational Resources
i. Naturally Occurring Pesticides
j. Nicotine and Alcohol
k. Race to Find the Cure
l. Tobacco Induced Mutations
m. Toxicology Basics
n. Understanding Garbage and Our Environment

o. Integrated Curricula List
p. More Resources for Activities & Lessons

8. The HOPE Partnership

a. Asthma and Allergy Resources
b.
Key Asthma and Allergy Resources (pdfs password protected)

9. Programs Homepage

a. EH-STEP: Environmental Health Sciences Training & Education Program
b. IMPACTT: Integrating Multiple Perspectives Across the Curriculum for Today and Tomorrow
c. SEPA: Science Education Partnership Award
d. ToxRAP Network: Toxicology, Risk Assessment, & Pollution

10. Questions or Comments Page

11. Scientist Recruitment Information Page

12. Tucson Water Collaboration

a. Arsenic

i. Dr. Clark Lantz - Arsenic & Cancer Information
ii. Dr. Clark Lantz - Q & A

b. Chlorine vs. Diseases
c. pH Basics

i.pH Basics
ii.
pH Basics - Q & A

d. Sodium
e. Total Dissolved Solids

i.TDS
ii.TDS and Taste of Tucson Water

f. Water & Health Activities – EMPACT Partners
g. Water & Health Activities – Survey

13. Unified Community Action Board (UCAB)


Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center
University of Arizona College of Pharmacy, Room 244
PO Box 210207, Tucson, AZ, USA 85721-0207
swehsc-info@pharmacy.arizona.edu
520-626-5594
520-626-6944(FAX)


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