In 2001, the faculty approved two certificate programs— International Law and Environmental, Natural Resources and Land Use Law. The international and environmental law certificates still exist today, along with a certificate in business law. Although just outside the “top tier” in overall ranking, for the first time, U.S. News & World Report (2001) ranked FSU Law among the top environmental law programs in the country at #18. During the month of March 2001, the College of Law held its first Annual Fund Drive Phonathon. A total of 33 student workers made the calls—the idea of Ed Walborsky (’79), chair of the Alumni Development Committee, to create what he called “a culture of giving.” That year, students also initiated the first student solicitation for our annual fund. Also in 2001, FSU Law alum Mel Martinez (’73) was selected as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development by President George W. Bush. Martinez became the first FSU Law grad to sit on the U.S. Cabinet and the first Cuban-American cabinet secretary. Another College of Law alum gave an anonymous donation to help establish the new Center for the Advancement of Human Rights across the street from the law school in 2001. The center remains a strong partner of the law school today. In addition, a new “listserv” was introduced for the 2000-2001 academic year, allowing FSU Law alumni to receive up-to-the-minute information about job opportunities directly via email. The listserv replaced the Alumni Job Notice Bulletin that was mailed to law alumni each month.