Registration now open for unique and intensive, Sustainable Development, Law and Policy Field Course in Panama

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Starting in the Fall 2012 Semester, Payson Center Executive Director and Law School Faculty member, Colin Crawford is teaching a two-credit course, Sustainable Development, Law and Policy Field Course in Panama, which is open to both Law School and  International Development Graduate students. Students are required to be registered for this course for both the Fall and Spring semesters (one credit each semester) and should plan on travelling to Panama during the Spring Inter-session from January 7-11, 2013.  Student feedback for the first offering of the course, in 2011-2012, was overwhelmingly positive.

Review the course listing, to learn details about this three-part course, the dates involved and an independent study opportunity to gain an additional credit. Please contact Sheila Favalora, Senior Program Manager with any questions or for assistance with registration. Registration deadline is August 27, 2012.

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