Tania Bacchus, Professor
Elizabeth Dolci, Professor
Robert Genter, Professor
Leslie Kanat, Professor
Brad Moskowitz, Professor
John Pellerin, Associate Professor
Karen Uhlendorf, Professor
Amy Welch, Professor, Department Chair
Administrative Assistant: Shona Sladyk
The Northern Vermont University-Johnson Department of Environmental & Health Sciences offers a range of focus areas that prepare students for careers in such fields as medicine and medical research, the natural sciences, environmental policy, health and physical education, outdoor education, and resource management. Research and learning opportunities are on par with those at leading academic and research institutions, with students working alongside professors in laboratory and the field, co-authoring papers and presenting at professional conferences. All programs in this department focus on teamwork and high-impact experiential learning.
Majors & Concentrations
The Northern Vermont University-Johnson Department of Environmental & Health Sciences offers courses with the following designators: AHS (allied health science), BIO (biology), CHE (chemistry), ENV (environmental science), GEY (geology), OER (outdoor education and recreation), PED (physical education), PHY (physics) and SCI (science). See full Course Descriptions .