Prof. Neitzel gave a short interview and had a question and answer session on noise exposure to the UM School of Public Health in a Facebook Live event. We’ve entered the 21st century! Well, 20th, at least…
Category Archives: 2018
Prof. Neitzel quoted in article on the power of quantitative data
Prof. Neitzel was quoted in an article in “Findings,” the University of Michigan School of Public Health’s quarterly publication. In “The power of quantitative data” he describes the importance of quantifying the impacts of occupational and environmental health issues such as noise exposure in order to to better communicate the importance of these issues. He alsoContinue reading “Prof. Neitzel quoted in article on the power of quantitative data”
Improving working conditions for e-waste recyclers
A new story by Michigan News describes our e-waste recycling work, and includes a video interview with lab director Rick Neitzel.
Collaborating to Solve the Global E-Waste Challenge
Two new stories published by the Graham Institute describe our April workshop, Changing the Global E-Waste Cycle. Read about our collaborations and the novel techniques used by the Public Health Innovation Studio!
Changing the Global E-Waste Cycle
Registration is now open for our April 24 event, “Changing the Global E-Waste Cycle.” Visit our registration page for more information on how to sign-up and submit a poster for the event.
An Invisible Threat
Read Dr. Neitzel’s discussion of the invisible impacts of noise on individuals and communities.