A Love for People and the Planet

Alextia Armstrong

Alextia Armstrong

Master’s Student in Evironmental Health Sciences


Alextia Armstrong is an MPH candidate in Environmental Health Sciences in the Environmental Quality, Sustainability and Health program. She interned at the Ann Arbor Water Treatment Plant this summer, where she conducted water quality tests, analyzed data, and worked on a sustainability project with City Hall.

I think what makes a good environmental health scientist is having a love for human life itself.

 

 

Recent Posts

  • Leading Health Care in Disruptive Times
  • Analyst by Day, Anthropologist by Heart
  • Bridging Interests in Law and Public Health, Researcher Studies Opioids Crisis and Other Behavioral Health Policy Issues
  • Building a Culture of Wellness in Michigan Schools
  • Calling and Career: Shaping Public Policy to Improve Population Health and Advance Equity
  • A Clinician's Experience, An Advocate's Perspective: Charting a Weight Inclusive Approach to Health