WCAHS Membership


WCAHS members are faculty who conduct research and/or outreach in the field of agricultural health and safety in Arizona, California, Nevada or Hawaii. WCAHS is a multidisciplinary center with members in engineering, public health, medicine, veterinary medicine, and economics, among others. Current and previously funded Center investigators, small grant awardees, and students are considered to be WCAHS members.

WCAHS academic members have priority for small grant funding, graduate student funding, and emerging issue topics funding. Members are encouraged to attend WCAHS events, including monthly seminars and annual retreats, and to contribute occasionally to the WCAHS newsletter and blog. 

For more information about becoming a WCAHS academic member, please contact WCAHS Director Marc Schenker, Associate Director Kent Pinkerton, or Manager Heather Riden.