Ryan M. Lisk, MPH, ASP

 

Laboratory and Chemical Safety Officer

Georgia Institute of Technology

Environmental Health and Safety 

            Ryan has been with Georgia Tech EHS since August 2008.  Beginning in the Laboratory and Chemical Safety division of EHS, Ryan moved to the Environmental Programs unit in early 2014.  He moved back into the Lab and Chemical Safety group in August 2015 and has managed that unit ever since.  He was elected to the Georgia Tech Staff Council in 2017 and is currently serving the last year of this term.  He has taught GT 1000 (Incoming Freshmen Seminar) since 2014.  He is a member of the Campus Safety Health and Environmental Management Association.  He has B.S. in Biology from Kennesaw State University (2008) and MPH (Environmental Health Science) from the University of Georgia (2012).  He recently received his Associate Safety Professional Certification in April 2017.  Ryan’s outside interest in history specific to Georgia Tech led the way for a campus history overlay project, conducted concurrently between the Staff Council and Alumni Association, and was completed in 2018.


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