Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Denver Law's Environmental and Natural Resources Law Graduate Program Autumn 2011 Party; Students From More Than 10 Different Countries in Attendance

The Autumn 2011 Welcome Party for students entering Denver Law's Environmental and Natural Resources Law & Policy Program was held recently. The party, organized by Associate Administrative Director Lucy Daberkow, was held at Professor Don Smith's home in Denver.

The event has become part of the yearly schedule for the graduate program. It gives students an opportunity to meet each other as well as interact with various members of the faculty.

This year's party brought together a wide range of students, with at least 10 different countries represented.

The pictures on this blog posting reflect the fun and community building that took place during the event. Associate Administrative Director Lucy Daberkow said "it is wonderful to see the strong sense of camaraderie among the students in our program. International and US students form life-long friendships in our program and are extremely happy to be part of Denver Law's outstanding community."

The women in the picture above represent eight different countries associated with the program. From left to right, Lucy Daberkow (Mexico), Lise-Anne McLaughlin (Canada), Ming Xiao (China), Jessica Allen (U.S.), Sasha Chinenova (Russia), Yewande Adeyemo (U.S.), Veronica Morelli (Peru), Dela Obeng-Sakyi (Ghana), and Tamiko Watanabe (Japan).

The people in the photo on the left are Professor Justin Pidot and students Yewande Adeyemo and Tom Bayly.

This picture shows Director Don Smith, Tamiko Watanabe and Min Xiao.

Here we see (from left to right) Raul Herrera (Peru), Lucy Daberkow, Felipe Abreu (Brazil), Eduardo Paseta (Peru), and Sergio Saenz (Mexico).

This next photo shows Veronica Morelli, Dela Obeng-Sakyi, and Adjunct Professor Bob Bassett.

Our final photo shows Yewande Adeyemo and Lucy Daberkow.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for posting the pics. What a great diverse group of people in the program.

    Julie Malone