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Environment & Public Health - Students in the News

Rutgers Environment and Public Health Program Graduate Gary Dorsi

From EPH to Industry-Leading Start-Up: How Two EPH Graduates Are Keeping Food Safe at Blue Apron

After completing the Rutgers Environment and Public Health (EPH) program, Gary Dorsi and Percy Pingpoh both landed food safety positions at the fast-growing start-up Blue Apron.

Rutgers Environment and Public Health Program Graduate K.C. Murray

From EPH to Global Health Student

K.C. Murray completed EPH in 2012 and then went on to work for the Peace Corps in Panama and study Developing Countries at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Rutgers Environment and Public Health Program Graduate Ruchi Pancholy

EPH Graduate Finds Career Niche in Private Sector
by Margaret McHugh

Danny Yook, a 2011 EPH graduate, secured a position doing food safety compliance audits for New York City-based grocery store chain Fairway Market upon completing the program.

Rutgers Environment and Public Health Program Graduate Ruchi Pancholy

EPH Program Puts Graduate on Track to Dream Job in the Tropics
by Margaret McHugh

After completing the EPH program, Ruchi Pancholy was offered a position with the Hawaii Department of Health. She now works in Honolulu as a Foodborne Surveillance Coordinator. Read about her journey to a dream job.

EPH graduates Marianne Feeney and Tom Felcetto

"For Many, a Mid-life Career Change is the Answer"
by Clare Celano, Greater Media Newspapers

This June 2010 article, about mid-life career changers, features two recent EPH students, Tom Felcetto and Marianne Feeney, who successfully transitioned into positions with local health departments.

Photo of Nick DeStefano

Nick DeStefano: Student Hero
by Rebecca Rathmill, Rutgers University

Meet 2010 EPH graduate, Nick DeStefano. It's no surprise that a person who wants to dedicate his life to helping others, has already saved a life. Read his amazing story.

EPH 2022

» Next Offering:
Summer 2022, exact dates TBD

» Internship:
200 hour internship at a local health department