The Department of Occupational and Environmental Health at the Hudson College of Public Health has been in existence for the past 51 years and has graduated 250 doctoral and master’s graduates. The department has developed flexible and diversified programs of graduate study, field training, and basic and applied research to accommodate students with a wide range of academic and occupational backgrounds. Students in the Department seek MS, MPH, and PhD degrees. The industrial hygiene program within the Department has been continuously accredited by ABET since 1994 and continuously supported by a NIOSH-funded training grant since 2004. Faculty are actively developing community engaged research agendas which have led to an EPA-funded Center for Children’s Environmental Health in childcare settings and a research contract with the state health department. Faculty members in the Department have received several multi-year grants and contracts from NASA, CDC, EPA, State Health Department, and the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science & Technology (OCAST).