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Course invaluable to environmental law students

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Course invaluable to environmental law students

The Watersheds systems course developed for our AMw3-IGERT Program is now a permanent interdisciplinary course, team taught by faculty from forestry, environmental engineering, natural resources, and law. It draws students from a wide array of disciplines across campus, including law. The course has been recognized as so valuable to the training of environmental law students, that this summer the Law School has asked that we teach it as a special offering to UF Law students. Several new IGERT students will be taking the course along with about 20 law students from UF, Brazil, and Costa Rica. Two IGERT Trainees from our 2nd cohort will help teach the course. Working alongside faculty and students form the law program is extremely valuable to our IGERT trainees.