CUNY School of Public Health students are engaged in active research involving cutting edge questions relating to environmental health policy. As a class assignment, students worked in groups and produced these websites:
Websites created by the members of the class of HPAM622 (Health Law & Public Health Law) Fall 2016:
Websites created by class members of PH754 (Introduction to Environmental Health) Fall 2015:
Websites created by the class members of EOHS765 (Environmental Audits & Remediation) Fall 2014:
Papers co-authored with students:
Geltman, Elizabeth Glass, Gunwant Gill, and Miriam Jovanovic. “Impact of Executive Order 13211 on environmental regulation: An empirical study.” Energy Policy 89 (2016): 302-310.
Geltman, Elizabeth Glass, Gunwant Gill, and Miriam Jovanovic. “Beyond baby steps: An empirical study of the impact of environmental justice executive order 12898.” Family & community health 39, no. 3 (2016): 143-150.
Geltman, Elizabeth Glass, Gunwant Gill, and Miriam Jovanovic. “Inquiry into the Implementation of Bush’s Executive Order 13211 and the Impact on Environmental and Public Health Regulation.” Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 27 (2015): 225.
Studies with student participation:
- Policy Surveillance on the Impact of Bush’s Executive Order 13211 (Requiring Preparation of a Statement of Energy Effects as a Condition to Federal Action) on Environmental and Public Health Policy
- 21 Years Later: Has Executive Order 12898 (entitled Federal Actions to Address Environmental Justice in Minority Populations and Low-income Populations) worked?
- Regulation of Technologically Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (TENORM) under State Law: How Effective Is it? What More Needs to Be Done?