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During May, IAN held science communication courses with participants from a wide variety of organizations, countries, and cultures. The course on the Horn Point campus in Cambridge, MD had students from Maryland Department of Natural Resources, US Environmental Protection Agency, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Conservation International, Sinclair Knight Merz (Australia), and graduate students and professors from a variety of local and regional universities. In Samoa, we taught courses for the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. Students in these courses were from Samoa, Fiji, Australia, New Zealand, and Great Britain.
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