Indoor Air Quality in Schools Webinar
March 28, 2013, Thursday 12:00 pm Arizona Time (12:00 pm PDT, 1:00 pm MDT, 2:00 pm CDT, 3:00 pm EDT)
IAQ in Tribal Schools
Why IAQ is Important in Tribal Schools
Collaboration between Tribal Staff and Tribal Schools
Green Cleaning in Schools
Mansel Nelson, Program Coordinator, EEOP and IAQTC
Mansel A. Nelson completed a BS in Chemistry and a MS in Chemical Engineering. During fourteen years of military service in the Army Chemical Corps, Mansel taught soldiers how to protect themselves from poisonous gases and conducted research on detecting poisonous war gases. During six years of teaching chemistry on Navajo Nation, Mansel ensured his students had a safe chemistry lab experience. For the past fifteen years Mansel has been the Senior Program Coordinator at the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals at Northern Arizona University. Mansel works with educators and students (K-16) to show how mathematics, science, and technology can be applied to understanding community environmental issues including Indoor Air Quality. Mansel has conducted IAQ assessments in tribal schools throughout the US.
Mark Sorensen, CEO STAR School - Serving Navajo Nation
Mark W. Sorensen has been an educational leader of schools serving Navajo students for thirty-six years. His work as Principal, Superintendent, Advisor and Mentor of indigenous schools has focused on improving the quality of Native American and Native Hawaiian education, and on supporting Native American tribes and communities in developing full service, culturally relevant and ecologically sensitive schools. He has a doctorate in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University, and is currently the co-founder, Governing Board President, and CEO of The STAR School, the first off-grid solar and wind powered charter school in the U.S.
Johna Boulafentis, Nez Perce Tribal Air Quality Staff
Carol Westinghouse, President, Informed Green Solutions
Cristina Gonzalez-Maddux, Research Specialist, ITEP
Radon Testing and Mitigation Webinar
Completed February 27, 2013
Files are in pdf