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The interdisciplinary program prepared me to communicate with professionals from all sorts of water fields. In my current position, I translate CWA requirements and develop research strategies with an interdisciplinary group of hydrologists, economists, ecologists, environmental engineers, computer programmers, and soil scientists.
"Studying" Klamath water policy close up at Agency Ranch; Aaron Wolf's intro to Oregon field trip- a photo from the Steens is still my background; Jeff McDonnell's spring break field course at the Andrews, especially the snow hydrology lesson; Hydrophiles picnics; multidisciplinary seminars; Geoff Huntington's law courses inspired me to go to law school, though law school didn't live up to Geoff's courses!
Take the hard classes but also take time to goof off and make good friends. That's what grad school's all about. Pretty soon, those friends will be your professional network.
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Water law and policy fellow at the US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development