University of Arizona, Center for Toxicology Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center, An NIEHS funded center at the University of Arizona
IMPACTT
About IMPACTT
Curriculum Design
Curriculum Philosophy
Curriculum Structure
Student Outcomes
Target Audiences
Major Projects
For Students
Creators of IMPACTT
Resources For Environmental Health Studies Digital Library

 

Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center

About SWEHSC

Community Outreach & Education

Environmental Health Science Educational Resources

 

 

 



IMPACTT
The People of IMPACTT

The curriculum for this project was developed collaboratively between the Community Outreach and Education Project of the Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center and Sunnyside High School.

Stefani Hines, M.A., M.S.
  Primary curriculum developer
  Director, Community Outreach and Education Program
Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center
Community Outreach and Education
Teachers from Sunnyside High School
Subject Teachers and co-creators of the curriculum

Barbara MacDonald - English
Douglas Cardell - Math & Social Studies

Linda Huber - Science & Math
Terry Seward - Outdoor Education
Lisa Mooney - Science
Linda George - Health

CATTS Fellows : Collaboration to Advance Teaching Technology and Science
  Catts Fellows: IMPACTT: Toxicology and Environmental Health Studies
  Science teachers and co-creators of the curriculum
  School Year 2002-2003

Mario Teran

 

School Year 2001-2002

Carlyle Begay Kathleen Ervin Melanie Sarino
  School Year 2000-2001 Rebecca Mulholland
Marti Lindsey, M.A., M.L.S.
Website organization & design and online reference librarian to all participants
Information Specialist, Community Outreach and Education Program
Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center
Eleanore Navarro, B.A.
Administrative support to all teachers
Administrative Assistant, Community Outreach and Education Program
Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center
Other Participants
  Audubon Society
Gerald Dawavendewa
IMPACTT logo
Graphic Designer, University of Arizona, Biomedical Communications
A native America Indian tribe, the Nisga'a who believe that the earth is a bowl, or vessel where life and nature are shared and respected inspires the concept of this logo. The saguaro represents the southwest and a unique plant found only in this region. Beside the saguaro is a figure representing the student with a symbol depicting their journey. Next to the student is a plant with figures upon the leaves representing multiple environmental careers and a relationship between the students and the environment. The four leaves also represent the four year integrated program.



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coep-info@pharmacy.arizona.edu
Stefani Hines, Director: 520-626-3692
Marti Lindsey, Asst. Specialist: 520-626-7659
520-626-4468(FAX)

mailing address:
Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center
University of Arizona College of Pharmacy, Room 244
PO Box 210207, Tucson, AZ, USA  85721-0207

 

NIEHS Center Program
The Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center
is funded by NIEHS grant # ES06694


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