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  • 27 Mar 2017 2:57 PM | KATHERINE HUBBARD (Administrator)

    The deadline for abstracts for the USEHA Technical Educational Program at the 2017 NEHA Annual Educational Conference (AEC) has been extended to April 15, 2017. Please see the attached flyer for more details.

    2017 USEHA Call_Abstracts_2nd Call.pdf

  • 09 Mar 2017 1:12 PM | KATHERINE HUBBARD (Administrator)

    We are pleased to announce that the Uniformed Services Environmental Health Association (USEHA) is offering a scholarship for full conference registration to the 2017 National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) Annual Educational Conference, including the USEHA Educational Sessions and annual business meeting. This year's NEHA conference will be held in Grand Rapids, Michigan from July 10-13. This is a great opportunity to attend the conference and acquire continuing education credits, network with fellow environmental health professionals, and learn about the latest innovations and research in environmental health practice. 

    • The scholarship includes full conference registration paid directly to NEHA.
    • Also included is a $200 stipend paid directly to the scholarship recipient to put towards lodging, meals, and other incidentals.
    • Scholarship applicants must be a USEHA member in good standing with our organization.
    • Members of the USEHA Executive Council are NOT eligible.

    To apply for the scholarship, submit a statement of purpose (less than one page) indicating what you hope to gain from attending the NEHA conference. Include your name, rank, branch of service, and contact information. Submit your statement of purpose to CDR Katie Hubbard at knhubbard@anthc.org by Friday, March 24, 2017. All applications will be reviewed by the USEHA Executive Council and a scholarship recipient selected and notified by Monday, April 3, 2017. 


  • 09 Mar 2017 1:10 PM | KATHERINE HUBBARD (Administrator)

    Are you looking for more leadership opportunities, a resume builder, and an opportunity to interact with fellow environmental health professionals from the uniformed services? Now is your opportunity to submit a self-nomination to serve on the Uniformed Services Environmental Health Association (USEHA) Executive Council.

     

    We are now accepting self-nominations for the following positions in the upcoming 2017 USEHA Officer Elections:

    • President-Elect: Term as President-Elect begins July 2017. This person commits to serving as the President beginning in June/July of 2019. The individual may be from any Uniformed Service, including retirees, except active duty Army, as the current President-Elect is an Army officer.
    • Vice President: Individual may be from any Uniformed Service, including retirees; term begins July 2017.

    Term lengths are for two full years. The Vice President may serve two successive terms. Candidates for officer positions must be both NEHA and USEHA members in good standing with the organization. 


    Send self-nominations to MAJ Sean Beeman at sean.p.beeman.mil@mail.mil. The self-nomination should include your name, rank, branch of service, the position you wish to be elected to, and a brief statement (less than a page) explaining why you wish to serve in the position. Your supervisor must sign the self-nomination acknowledging that you will be required to commit to a limited number of hours per month during the regular workday as an officer of USEHA. 


  • 10 Aug 2016 9:25 PM | KATHERINE HUBBARD (Administrator)

    USEHA Member, Dr. Welford C. Roberts (Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Retired) was presented a citation from Mr. Bob Custard, NEHA’s outgoing president, for his leadership of the NEHA Endowment Fund Board. The citation was presented at NEHA’s Annual Conference in San Antonio, TX this past June. Dr. Roberts is leading a six-member board composed of three NEHA National Officers and three NEHA Past Presidents. They are reevaluating the structure, purpose, and use of the fund to make recommendations that benefit the organization and its member. Dr. Roberts is a Past NEHA President, a former U.S. Army Environmental Science Officer, and currently leads USEHA educational and strategic planning efforts. 


    Please join us in congratulating Dr. Roberts for this outstanding achievement.


  • 15 Dec 2015 2:31 PM | KATHERINE HUBBARD (Administrator)

    The call for abstracts has gone out for the USEHA Technical Educational Program to be held at the NEHA Annual Educational Program and Exhibition in San Antonio, TX, June 13-16, 2016.  USEHA is seeking presentations that address the latest advances and concerns in the unique area of environmental/public health that are associated with the uniformed services. The areas of interest cover the broad spectrum of environmental health disciplines to include, but not limited to: base, post, and installation activities; field and line activities; research and development initiatives; deployments; and other related areas.


    Please see the following flyer for more information:

    2016 USEHA Call_Abstracts_1st Call.pdf

  • 08 Jan 2015 8:06 AM | JOSEPH HOUT (Administrator)

    We are in the process of implementing our strategic plan and need volunteers for various committee positions.  Please see the attached link for further details.

     

    http://www.useha.org/Resources/Documents/USEHA%20Strategic%20Chair%20Search.docx

  • 28 Jul 2014 11:36 AM | JOSEPH HOUT (Administrator)

    The Walter S. Mangold Award, which was established in 1955, was first awarded to Walter Mangold in 1956 for his lifetime dedication to upgrading the professional education and performance of sanitarians; to raising the standards of the environmental health practitioner, and professionalizing the individual, throughout the country; and for innovating his many brilliant programs that helped shape the environmental health profession throughout the world.

     

    Now, more than fifty-five years later, the Mangold Award continues to recognize individuals for outstanding contributions to the advancement of the environmental health professional. These contributions include, but are not limited to, promoting the art and science of environmental health through the development of innovative programming, which can be used to resolve environmental health problems in a multitude of areas, including at the national level; acting as a mentor and role model for peers and others; preventing disease and injury and promoting good health in communities, utilizing the highest standards of modern environmental health practices; and continually urging others to improve by use of all forms of modern communication.

     

    Please take the time to congratulate Welford on his selection for this well deserved award. 

     

    More information on the award can be found at: 

    http://www.neha.org/about/Awards/WalterSMangoldAward.html
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