Dr. Molly Kile taught Environmental and Occupational Health seminar class and Introduction to Environmental and Occupational Health class are both helpful and practical for my internship and public health to categorize and control hazards from workplaces. For Environmental and Occupational Health seminar class, I think it is very helpful to meet new people because she invited new speakers almost every week to give new knowledge or something new to students. Moreover, Risk communication is beneficial to help people understand what situation pose risk to them and avoid that risk.
I like her teaching of Human Health Risk Assessment from Fish in Oregon. It is new to me I learned by researching step by step what is Hazard Identification, Dose Response Assessment, Exposure Assessment, and computing hazard quotient to get the Risk Characterization by myself and then got the answer that fish is not acceptable for eating in Oregon. This assignment was fun for learning.
Her teaching style is very excellent. For example, in Introduction to Environmental and Occupational Health class, every week, before beginning the new chapters or new contents Dr. Kile would have 10 questions to remind students’ memories what she taught from last week. Furthermore, she had quizzes in Introduction to Environmental and Occupational Health class. I think it is a good idea to have quizzes to test knowledge and understanding of students what she has taught.