Carolyn Talmadge

As a recent 2014 Tufts graduate with a M.S in Environmental Health, Carolyn Talmadge now works full time as the University's Geographic Information System (GIS) Specialist. In 2009, she graduated from Susquehanna University with a B.S. in Environmental Science and worked in banking for two years prior to returning to school to pursue a master’s degree. During her time as a graduate student, she worked as a GIS Technician for the University and completed her thesis, Determining the Effects of Marijuana Legislation on Adolescent Prevalence Use Rates in the United States. Additionally, Carolyn has been the Teacher’s Assistant (TA) for the residential Biology of Water and Health class along with ten other Tufts University classes, earning her multiple graduate student awards for her commitment and dedication to students and education.

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The Biology of Water and Health - Sustainable Interventions (edX)

Tufts University presents how to promote safe water conservation and implement sustainable solutions in order to improve public health. This water sustainability course from Tufts University focuses on the engineering and public health components needed to achieve the conservation of safe water locally and globally. Together, we will explore [...]