Tuesday, November 12, 2019 - 11:30am to 12:30pm
Pugh Hall 150

Join us to explore collaborative research and study abroad opportunities with The Ramsar Regional Center for Training and Research for the Western Hemisphere (CREHO). Lunch will be offered, RSVP to palomacgl@ufl.edu.

 

Part 1: "Coastal Communities and the Mangrove Commons: Law Policy and Gender in Costa Rica, Panama and Colombia" 

Stephanie Cadaval, M.A. Candidate, Latin American Studies

Melissa Dangond, J.D. Candidate, UF Law Student Association, University of Florida Conservation Clinic

Commentary by Osvaldo Jordan, Executive Director, CREHO

 

Part II: Faculty and student collaborative research and study abroad opportunities under the Water Institute/CREHO Agreement in the City of Knowledge, Panama.

 

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