From left to right: Min Xiao, Tamiko Watanabe, Don Smith,
James Obeng-Sakyi, Dean Martin Katz, Lucy Daberkow,
Dela Obeng-Sakyi, Veronica Morelli, Eduardo Paseta, and
Associate Dean Fred Cheever
Dean Katz and Dean Cheever have been ardent supporters of the Graduate Program and often take time out of their schedules to visit with the students.
"One of the great things about the Graduate Program at Denver Law is the fact that our leaders -- Deans Katz and Cheever -- greatly value the program and the diversity of students that are associated with the program," Don Smith, Director of the Environmental and Natural Resources Law and Policy Program (ENRL), said.
"Dean Cheever formerly directed the ENRL and so he knows first-hand the value of having such a wide-range of students, all of whom are studying about the key environmental and natural resources issues of our time."
Lucy Daberkow, Administrative Director, said, "We are particularly proud that this year's graduating class included students from Brazil, China, Ghana, Japan, Nigeria, Peru, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, and the United States. The diversity in our program is a key factor in the recruitment of top-notch candidates in our program."