Brandi Wampler | November 4, 2020
The University of Notre Dame has welcomed the Children’s Environmental Health Initiative (CEHI), a research, education and outreach program committed to fostering environments where all people can prosper. CEHI joined the University as a new research unit when Marie Lynn Miranda, CEHI director and former provost of Rice University, became the Charles and Jill Fischer Provost of Notre Dame.
CEHI oversees multiple environmental research projects that emphasize the special vulnerabilities of children. This includes maintaining a deep institutional commitment to issues of social justice and, thus, CEHI focuses much of its work in low-income and minority communities.
“The work of CEHI fits perfectly with Notre Dame’s mission of being a force for good in the world,” said Miranda. “The CEHI team is proud to be a part of the University and to continue growing and expanding its research, education and outreach right here in South Bend and beyond.”
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