The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is the primary agency of the United States federal government whose mission is to protect human and environmental health. The EPA is responsible for conducting environmental assessment, research and education to create and enforce standards and laws that promote the health of individuals and the environment.
Former Senior Science Advisor
Course Instructor for EMAP-505 Environmental Toxicology and Epidemiology – Principles and Applications (Taught in Fall-Y1)
Bob Sonawane, Ph.D.
Course Instructor for EMAP 514: Introduction to Environmental Risk Assessment and Management (Taught in Spring-Y1)Read more about Bob Sonawane
Kevin Teichman, Ph.D
Retired Senior Science Advisor
Course Instructor for EMAP 515 & EMAP 516 Advanced Environmental Science and Policymaking (Part I, taught in Spring-Y1 & Part II, taught in Fall-Y2)
Senior Policy Advisor
Course Instructor for EMAP 503 Environmental Economics (Taught in Spring-Y1) EMAP 504 US and International Environmental Laws and Policies (Taught in Fall-Y1)