Worker Education & Training Program
Public Health Educator / Program Administrator
Tel (919) 541-2972
Fax (919) 541-0462
Ted Outwater, Program Administrator and Public Health Educator with the Worker Education and Training Program of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences was previously the Associate Director of the Hunter College Center for Occupational and Environmental Health, City University of New York, where he was responsible for managing the daily activities of the center, program development and implementation, and grant writing. While there, he was principle investigator on a number of research and training projects including, by title, Integrated Pest Management in Public Housing: A Demonstration Project in East Harlem; Pre-Apprenticeship Environmental Training Program in Environmental Clean-up/Remediation for 100 NYC Public Housing Residents; and Education of Community Representatives on How to Prevent Childhood Lead Poisoning. He also wrote training curricula and conducted workshops in the areas of integrated pest management for cockroaches and rodents; mold and mildew abatement; and injury hazards in the home. Prior to this, he was the administrator of the Environmental Grantmakers Association, Rockefeller Family Fund. Between 1989 and 1996, he worked for the Clean Water Fund of North Carolina where he served as co-director and executive director. Mr. Outwater is a graduate of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Areas of Specialty:
- Innovation in worker education and training (http://www.niehs.nih.gov/research/supported/dert/sphb/programs/sbir/innovation_in_worker_education_and_training.cfm) (http://www.niehs.nih.govhttp://edit:9992/Rhythmyx/assembler/render?sys_authtype=0&sys_variantid=567&sys_revision=2&sys_contentid=78948&sys_context=0) (under "Small Business Programs")