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HERCULES Faculty Distinguished Professorships and Promotions

Congratulations to the following HERCULES Members in the Rollins School of Public Health who were recently promoted or awarded distinguished professorships for leadership in their field of study. Carmen Marsit, Distinguished Professor of Research. Dr. Marsit is the HERCULES Director and Associate Dean for Research for the Rollins School of Public Health. His research, teaching, […]

“Environmental Scientist Eri Saikawa Takes Lessons from Lead Contamination Crisis to Help Tackle the Next, COVID-19”

HERCULES Investigator, Eri Saikawa, was profiled by the American Association for the Advancement of Science for her recent work on environmental health and COVID-19, using lessons from her HERCULES Pilot Project on soil lead contamination in west Atlanta. “Environmental Scientist Eri Saikawa Takes Lessons from Lead Contamination Crisis to Help Tackle the Next, COVID-19″ by […]

Roadshow Grantee: Neighborhood Planning Unit P

Residents of NPU-P are concerned about a variety of issues in their environment such as such as litter, pollution, excessive dumping, and overgrown vegetation. In particular, the state and federal thoroughfares that surround them attract large trucks that emit both air and noise pollution.