March 24 NH Water & Watershed Conference
Dartmouth Superfund Program Community Engagement Coordinator Kathrin Lawlor and Trace Element Analysis Research Scientist Vivien Taylor are presenting at the March 24, 2017 NH Water & Watershed Conference at Plymouth State University. Kathrin will be speaking on "Arsenic in Private Well Water: Engaging a variety of stakeholders to create lasting change" and Vivien will be presenting on "Controls and Impacts of Mercury in Watersheds in the Northeast". For more information and to register.
SRP Training/Regional Meeting in April
On April 4 and 5, 2017 a Superfund Research Program (SRP) Training/Regional Meeting will be held at Northeastern University in Boston. Attendees will include representatives from Dartmouth, BU, Northeastern, Brown and Columbia SRP programs.
Kathrin Lawlor to Present at NH CCC Annual Meeting
On April 5 Dartmouth Superfund Program Community Engagement Coordinator Kathrin Lawlor, and Paul Susca of the NH Department of Environmental Services, are leading a session on "Utilizing Partnerships to Address Arsenic in Private Well Water at the NH CCC (Comprehensive Cancer Collaboration) 12th annual meeting. The theme of the Annual Meeting is Partnerships in Health Care. For additional information and to register.
Laurie Rardin to Speak at May NHDES Source Water Protection Conference
On May 18 Dartmouth Superfund Program Research Translation Coordinator Laurie Rardin will be speaking at the NHDES (Department of Environmental Services) Source Water Protection Conference on the Development of Dartmouth's SRP's new website "Arsenic and You" .
ICMGP Meeting in Providence, Rhode Island
The International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant will be held July 16-21, 2017 in Providence, RI. The conference is co-chaired by Dartmouth Superfund Program researcher Celia Chen.
2017 Recent News
Concord Monitor Cites Dartmouth Superfund Program Work
An article in the Concord Monitor cites work by the Dartmouth Superfund Program, in cooperation with our stakeholders, to inform and educate private well owners about the need to test and treat their wells, as well our CEC (Community Engagement Core) and RTC (Research Translation Core) work to survey private well owners and test interventions. The article also mentions our new website, Arsenic and You.
AAAS 2017 Arsenic in Food Session Big Success!
Sixty people attended the American Association for the Advancement of Science session, Arsenic in Food: From Soil to Plate to Policy. Mary Lou Guerinot was the session organizer and Margaret Karagas, David Salt and Keeve Nachman were the presenters. A story in Science Magazine provides a great summary.
Bruce Stanton Speaks at Gordon Research Conference
Dartmouth Superfund Program Director Bruce Stanton spoke at the Gordon Research Conference "Cilia, Mucus & Mucociliary Interactions" in Galveston, TX. His February 14 talk was attended by 160 people.