Concentration: Environmental Health & Safety
Founded in 1973, the Environmental Sustainability and Technology (ES&T) program at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) offers preparation for a wide variety of careers in environmental engineering technology, safety management, design and environmental consulting, loss control, industrial hygiene, as well as graduate degree programs in Occupational Health & Safety. The Environmental Health and Safety concentration includes course work in physics and engineering mechanics, engineering design, and safety.
Personal Philosophy of Teaching Environmental Health and Safety
MTSU Occupational Health and Safety and Industry Interactions
Dr. Carol Boraiko, CIH, CSP, Faculty Principle Investigator, is a public health professional of 30 plus years of experience with OSHA, Veterans Administration (hospital), chemical manufacturing industry, as well as MTSU. She is both a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) and a Certified Safety professional (CSP) with a wide range of exposure assessment experience including toxic metal such as tin and lead in both occupational and environmental settings. Her doctoral degree is in Public Health, Industrial Hygiene from Temple University.
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Carol Boraiko, PhD, CIH, CSP
Dr. Kathy Mathis is a civil engineer with experience in solar design and energy conservation who lives in a passive solar, energy-conserving home. She has been certified as an energy manager and is codirector of the Center for Energy Efficiency at MTSU. She is also on the advisory board for the MTSU WiSTEM Center (Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).
For more information, contact:Kathy Mathis, Ed.D. CEM
Department of Engineering Technology