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Class Notes Rion R. Allbaugh 4/15/2014  
Rion Allbaugh, 2001 Forestry, met his wife Anne Marie Nielsen ('01, Child Development) in the Siemens Hall Computer lab in 1999 and have been together ever since. Allbaugh is a Fire Captain for Cal Fire, and Anne Marie is a second grade teacher. They live in the Sierra Nevada Foothills with their son and dog. They look back upon their Humboldt State experience with great nostalgia and, if given the opportunity, would do it all over again in a heartbeat.
Class Notes Carl S. Chavez 6/6/2014  
Carl S. Chavez, 1966 Wildlife, published his second book, "A Year in Bodie, 1966-1967" co-authored with his wife Margaret (Elmore) Chavez (also class of 1966). The book is about the start of Chavez's 33-year career as a California State Park Ranger and Administrator.
Class Notes Lauren M. Connolly 5/20/2014  
Lauren M. Connolly, Ph.D., 2006 and 2010, English, completed her Ph.D. at the University of Texas at El Paso in rhetoric and composition after earning her Bachelor's and Master's degrees at Humboldt State University. She is an assistant professor at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho.
Class Notes Brynn E. Demei 5/20/2014  
Brynn E. Demei, 2006 Politics, now lives in her home country, the beautiful island of the Republic of Palau, where she work as a Commercial Loan Analyst for National Development Bank of Palau (NDBP). Demei will pursue her master's degree in Public Administration next year, through University of San Diego's graduate cohort program, while she lives and works in Palau.
Class Notes Barbara A. Dewitt 5/4/2014  
Barbara (Reinhardt) DeWitt, 1976 Nursing, was recently named Manager for the post-anesthesia care unit (recovery rooms) at the Pacific Northwest Regional Trauma Center in the University of Washington's Harborview Medical Center, located in Seattle. She lives on nearby Bainbridge Island with her husband, Ken ('78, Business Administration), a local mortgage banker.
Class Notes Anne M. Eggleston 7/14/2014  
Anne M. Eggleston, 1974 Speech Pathology and Audiology, worked in public education for 37+ years: 8 years as a speech therapist, 12 years as a resource specialist and 17 years as an elementary administrator. Eggleston misses the interactions with students, but not the paperwork and politics. In her retirement she is quilting, knitting, raising two golden retrievers, swimming, playing Bunco, and generally doing what the heart wants to do at the moment.
Class Notes Nicholas N. Entsminger 6/6/2014  
Nick Entsminger, 2009 History, graduated with a Master's of Medical Science from Saint Francis University in Loretto, Pa., and a Certificate in Clinical Proficiency from Stanford University. Entsminger returned to Humboldt to begin a career in rural primary care and emergency medicine. Despite these accomplishments, he still misses his days at Humboldt State. Entsminger writes, "The education and experiences that I gained during my time here were paramount in influencing my educational pursuits. Additionally, my love of history has never ceased, and I hope that Humboldt someday offers a Master's degree in History, so that I may enroll once again. I would like to thank Drs. Marschke, Pasztor, and Mays."
Class Notes William Forbes 4/7/2014  
William Forbes, 1990 Geography, is an Associate Professor of Geography at another lumberjack school, Stephen F. Austin State University, located in the Pineywoods of East Texas. At the University of North Texas, he did his dissertation on revisiting Mexico's Rio Gavilan, where Aldo Leopold noted perfect land health in the 1930s. Forbes currently directs SFA's Center for a Livable World, which studies sustainability and livability of small cities.
Class Notes Jenna G. Higgins 4/21/2014  
Jenna Higgins, 2000 Journalism & Mass Communication, is the Director of Development for Bread of Life Mission in Seattle. The mother of two children, Higgins is happily married and living in Issaquah, Washington. She loves to write in her spare time and has published two event planning books.
Class Notes Romi C. Hitchcock Tinseth 7/14/2014  
Romi Hitchcock Tinseth, 1988 Communication, after 26 years gaining teaching, outreach, presentation, and community relations experience, is thrilled to be living out the dream of many HSU alumni: Returning as full-time faculty to the academic department that built my academic foundation. Tinseth says she owes much of her success to HSU and is thankful for the opportunity to give the same to future students.
Class Notes Rebecca J. Kellawan 4/16/2014  
Rebecca Kellawan, 2005 Anthropology, went on to graduate studies in the U.K. earning a Master's of Arts with Distinction in Historical Archaeology from the University of Bristol. Kellawan is currently employed as a Senior Archaeologist with Far Western Anthropological Research Group located in Davis, California. Kellawan specializes in the historical archaeology of Northern California. She has also previously conducted research on African-American troops stationed in Britain during World War II and the Indian diaspora in the West Indies.
Class Notes Katherine E. Krier 6/25/2014  
Katie (Mallett) Krier, 1974 Nursing, retired from a career in woman's health nursing. Krier worked in labor and delivery, in Santa Barbara County obstetrics and family planning clinics, and in the public health sector doing disease control. Since retiring, Krier has been enjoying traveling, sailing and gardening. She would love to hear from friends from Humboldt.
Class Notes Thomas L. Langkau 7/15/2014  
Tom Langkau, 1978 Social Work, retired from the Veterans Administration in March. He spent his entire career working in the Vocational Rehabilitation field in Northern California, '78 to '95. From 1995 to present, he lived in Winter Park, Fla. He is married to Professor Lani M. Harris ('77) of the University of Central Florida. Together, they fondly remember their meeting at HSU and their lives together, which includes two children and three grandchildren. Professor Harris grew up in Eureka and remains in touch with her family in Humboldt County.
Class Notes Jessica A. Sellers 6/23/2014  
Jessica Ann Sellers, 2013 Wildlife, spent two summers working on the Wyoming toad recovery project doing captive breeding, research, surveys, and releases. Sellers also spent some time in Key Largo, Fla., interning for REEF doing fish surveys and lionfish research and removals.
Class Notes Robert D. Short 4/11/2014  
Robert David Short, 2002 Geography spent time traveling the U.S. and had the opportunity to take a boat from Humboldt Bay to Wrangell, Alaska after graduation. It was a 38-day trip and the last 500 miles were traveled solo. I worked with the Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Forest Service before finally landing a job with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Ocean Service as a physical scientist helping to update and acquire charts used for ocean navigation.After graduation, I spent time traveling the US and had the opportunity to take a boat from Humboldt Bay to Wrangell, Alaska. It was a 38 day trip and the last 500 miles were traveled solo. I worked with the Army Corps of Engineers and the US Forest Service before finally landing a job with NOAA's National Ocean Service as a physical scientist helping to update and acquire charts used for ocean navigation.
Class Notes Marie Smith 4/16/2014  
Marie (Ferguson) Smith, 1980 Wildlife, has been teaching high school science for the last 25 years after working for the U.S. Forest Service as a Research Technician, I. Smith is married with three sons, two engineers (SDSU and CSU) and one zoologist (HSU). She's currently living on a mountain outside of Glide, Oregon, and still teaching science (Umpqua Valley Christian School), but dreaming of retirement.
Class Notes Michael Sandecki 4/3/2014  
Michael Sandecki, 1979 Geology, is currently a water quality analyst employed with the California Coastal Commission.
Class Notes Ali R. Chaudhary 12/24/2013  
Ali R. Chaudhary, 2009 Sociology, went on to earn a Ph.D. in Sociology at the University of California, Davis. In 2013, Chaudhary advanced to candidacy and started dissertation research on migrant-serving non-profit organizations in London, Toronto and New York. While conducting fieldwork, Chaudhary has been hosted as a visiting scholar at the Munk School of Global Affairs, the University of Toronto and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. In fall 2013 Chaudhary was a visiting fellow at the University of Oxford's International Migration Institute. Chaudhary's first sole-authored, peer-reviewed journal publication will appear in the International Migration Review in summer 2014.
Class Notes Mark D. Childress 1/2/2014  
Mark D. Childress. 1985, German and Political Science, is terminology manager in the language services team at SAP, the world's largest enterprise software company. SAP's multilingual term management approach is well-regarded, resulting in invitations to teach and lecture in places as diverse as Ireland, Poland, Russia, South Africa, India, and Kazakhstan. Although Childress is a native-English speaking American, he was elected president of the German Association for Terminology (Deutscher Terminologie-Tag), a non-profit organization that promotes the use of the German language in terminology work and provides consulting on best practices in term management. Childress lives near Heidelberg, Germany, with his wife and their two teenage children.
Class Notes Aquila D. Flower 1/2/2014  
Aquila Flower, 2004, Geography, lived out of a backpack in New Zealand and South America, in a coffee shack in Hawai'i, and on a tiny sailboat in the San Juan Islands after graduating. Flower then moved to Victoria, British Columbia, where she completed a Master of Science in Geography and worked as a geospatial and statistical analyst at a climate change research institute. She fell in love with teaching and with dendrochronology research, and is pursuing a Ph.D. at the University of Oregon. Flower has accepted her "dream job" as Assistant Professor of Geography at Western Washington University in Bellingham, where she teaches Physical Geography and geographic information systems.
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