Christine Constantino a first year Master of Science student in the Environmental, Occupational, and Geospatial Health Sciences department at the CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy (CUNY SPH), was recently awarded an internship at NASA Glenn Research Center, in Cleveland, Ohio. She was one of two students accepted from a national search. She will be working in the Occupational Health Branch in the Safety & Health Division of the Safety and Mission Assurance Directorate to support physical and chemical hazard assessments, safety permit reviews, ventilation surveys, IH building inspections and develop and generate reports in the Electronic Environmental Health Records (EHRS) system. The traineeship is geared toward a full-time position upon completion of her MS.
“I was awarded this prestigious internship as a direct result of the ongoing support, mentorship, and training that I receive at CUNY SPH,” Constantino explained. “As a passionate Industrial Hygiene student, it will be a great honor to have a hand in contributing to the health and safety of the public by working at NASA.”