USU industrial hygienist Carl Farley will be the featured speaker for Science Unwrapped Friday, Feb. 9. He presents “Waves, Force, Torque: The Science of Safety” at 7 p.m. in the Eccles Science Learning Center on campus. All are welcome and admission is free.
LOGAN – A Utah State University tradition since 2009, this week’s Science Unwrapped event will focus on industrial hygiene, as explained by a USU industrial hygienist.
Carl Farley is a senior lecturer in USU’s Biology Department and he will present “Waves, Force, Torque: The Science of Safety” Friday Feb. 9 at 7 p.m. in the Emert Auditorium of the Eccles Science Learning Center.
This will be the fifth presentation of this year’s Science Unwrapped “Building on Basics” series.
Farley will explain that industrial hygienists are scientists and engineers who work to keep us safe from such hazards as chemical exposures, radiation and biological stressors in the workplace.
There are four accredited undergraduate Industrial hygiene programs in the nation and USU’s is one of them.
After Farley’s presentation USU student groups and community volunteers will lead hands-on learning activities, which will be followed by refreshments.
This the 16th year USU’s College of Science has hosted Science Unwrapped.
Admission is free and everyone is welcome.
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