A few days after handing-in my PhD on peatland biogeochemistry I was offered a lectureship at Bangor University and asked to be course organiser for the new Wetland Science and Conservation Masters degree.
It was a fantastic opportunity and the result of several months of hard work by both myself and my supervisor, Prof Chris Freeman, in putting together the course structure.
We were encouraged and helped by the head of the School of Biological Sciences, Prof George Turner, and various other members of the school and university.
The course is now underway with a fantastic group of students who all seem to be really enjoying the lectures and fieldtrips.
If you'd like more information about the Wetland Science and Conservation MSc please get in-touch or visit wccl.bangor.ac.uk/wetland-masters