A former U.S. Environmental Protection Agency executive has joined the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis as a professor of practice. Janet McCabe previously served as acting assistant administrator with the EPA and was instrumental in shaping the country’s Clean Air Standards. The appointment is a result of the $55 million Prepared for Environmental Change initiative through the school’s $300 million IU Grand Challenges effort launched in 2005.
Dean Andrew Klein says "as a major player in the world of environmental law, she brings outstanding experience in the public and non-profit sectors. Janet McCabe has a truly impressive record of leadership that stands to benefit the law school."
McCabe was also a senior fellow at the Environmental Policy and Law Center in Chicago and has taught Environmental Law as an adjunct professor at the IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs and the Department of Public Health.
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