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Beth Haley
Beth Haley
Boston University

Beth Haley is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Environmental Health at the Boston University School of Public Health and a trainee in the interdisciplinary URBAN Program at Boston University. She is interested in how ecosystem integrity and the built environment impact water resources and health, especially in the context of climate change. Her current research assesses the health risks associated with combined sewer overflow events in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Beth serves as a member of the American Geophysical Union GeoHealth Early Career Committee, review editor for the Water Chapter of the Fifth National Climate Assessment, and the Vice President of the Boston University Science Policy Network. Beth comes to BUSPH with a background in ecology, conservation, and communications. She received a BA in Conservation Biology at Boston University and a MA in Environmental Studies with a concentration in Environmental Education from Prescott College.