In the News
Faculty in the News
School of Health and Environment faculty and staff are often called upon by the media to offer expert opinions. Below are recent examples:
L.A. Times - Before you buy that train set, do your homework. Rachel Massey of the Toxics Use Reduction Institute was quoted about the lack of regulations of toxic substances in toys.
Eagle-Tribune - North Andover Resident co-authors book on seniors and mental health. Chair of Nursing Karen Devereaux Melillo co-authored a new nursing textbook with Prof. Susan Houde.
Chelmsford Patch - How to Survive Holiday Eating, Assistant Prof. Mindy Dopler Nelson offers healthy eating tips for the holiday season.
TIME Magazine - The Perils of Plastic: Environmental Toxins, Assoc. Prof. Joel Tickner is quoted on page 4 of the Toxics Plastics section.
Recent ENews Articles
UMass Lowell Wins $1.8M to Improve Home Care; Team to Research Ways to Make Conditions Safe for All
Physical Therapy Students Gain Experience Training Athletes; Red Sox Trainer Scott Waugh '90 Gives Back
Caring for Aging Population Textbook to be Used Nationwide; Nursing Chair Answers Questions on Mental Health Among Elderly