ETX seniors on a field trip to the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area
Students can find a number of helpful resources in the department and on the general campus. Check out information about Advising, our ETX Undergraduate Handbook and Useful Resources for both current and prospective students.
Check here for information about graduate groups administered by the Department of Environmental Toxicology and other graduate groups offering training and opportunities in the field of toxicology.
Here is a complete listing of all ETX undergraduate and graduate level courses. For more detailed information about the courses, contact the course instructors directly. The faculty directory can be found here.
Check out these resources that may be helpful to you in exploring the wide range of job opportunities within the toxicology field. And build your professional network by joining the Linked-In group – UCD Environmental Toxicology Network!
The ETOX peer advisers send out a weekly newsletter containing information on upcoming events, scholarships, and current internship and employment opportunities. These opportunities range from on-campus internships, such as faculty-mentored lab work, to off-campus jobs at environmental consulting firms, health clinics, and the government.
The ETOX club is a great way to get to know your fellow toxicology students and ETOX faculty. Past club events have included brown bag lunches with faculty, hikes at Lake Berryessa, the annual Student-Faculty Bowl-off, and even paintballing! For more information about ETOX club events, be on the lookout for emails from the club president, Eva Loredo.