Community and Environmental Health
If you’re looking for a livelihood that improves the health and wellness of communities and individuals our department has a degree for you.
Discover Your Path
Want to explore your options in CEH? Use our new interactive Pathfinder tool to discover undergraduate degree options and emphasis areas in our department.
Whether you’re interested in health advocacy, education, clinical work, data management – or all of the above – we have a degree for you. Simply select your desired skills and interests and let us help you find your best match!
Meet and Greet: Connect to Your Career
3-5 pm in the Student Union Building
Looking for a job or internship? Network with dozens of community organizations while learning about professional opportunities in the Treasure Valley at the Meet and Greet. All Broncos welcome, refreshments provided.
Rocky Mountain Regional Wildfire Smoke Symposium
This symposium provides a platform for sharing data on the economic and health impacts of wildfire smoke, while fostering an interdisciplinary approach to emergency readiness and response, health promotion and best practices for education and outreach. We encourage all interested faculty, students, and community members to join – and to share this opportunity with your networks!
Collaborate. Innovate. Grow.
The mission of the Department of Community and Environmental Health is to strengthen and improve the overall health of individuals, organizations, the environment, and communities using evidence-based teaching, scholarship, and service.
We put students at the center of our work and provide outstanding experiential learning opportunities.
We believe the best way to engage students is to empower them through mentorship and diverse learning experiences. Students graduate equipped to develop and mobilize partnerships and make an impact in their communities.
We believe that health is a human right. Access to safe and clean environments, housing, a livable wage, health, and preventative services are matters of social justice.
We believe that solving complex challenges demands an openness to new ideas. Unique, collaborative partnerships fuel innovation throughout our research, teaching, and service.