Occupational and Environmental Health Doctoral Seminar Series
- Course Number
- 5900 (Occupational & Environmental Health)
- Course Instructor(s)
- James A Scott
The course consists of required attendance (minimum 24 hours) at eligible seminar series, plus an evaluated activity. Students will normally enroll in this course in September of their second year in the doctoral program and remain enrolled until course requirements have been met.
This course is intended to provide students with an opportunity to:
- Learn about a variety of current advanced topics in occupational and environmental health research;
- Demonstrate the ability to select, synthesize and communicate information in a focused area of scholarship, and
- Engage in professional development.
Method of Assessment
- Each student is required to submit a “Seminar Course Attendance Record” after they attend an eligible seminar.
- Each student will prepare and deliver a public seminar. This seminar may be provided as part of one of the eligible seminar series or other venue as appropriate to student’s area of focus and with permission of the coordinator. This seminar will be graded by faculty in attendance and constitute 100% of the course grade.
Eligible Seminar Series
Students will attend a minimum of 24 contact hours from eligible seminar series including:
- Occupational and Environmental Health Seminar series (DLSPH);
- Michael’s Hospital Occupational Medicine Rounds;
- Environment Seminar series (School of the Environment);
- other seminar series subject to the approval of the coordinator.