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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.
Class Notes Tracy J. French 1/27/2014  
Tracy Jordan French, 1983, Geography, is the administrator of United States Servas, a nonprofit membership organization fostering understanding of cultural diversity through a global person-to-person network promoting a more just and peaceful world. Servas hosts and travelers are located in more than 120 countries worldwide. Servas International is accredited to the United Nations and was established in 1949.
Class Notes Nicole M. Josselyn 1/7/2014  
Nicole (D'Virgilio) Josselyn, 1996 Nursing, graduated from UCSD/SDSU's nurse-midwifery program. Josselyn currently runs a small, home-based practice, Exodus Homebirth Service. She lives in Iowa on 21 acres of grass with her husband, (who works for Deaf Missions as a video producer) and five home-educated children, two of which were adopted from Liberia. She and the family are learning how to sustainably grow their own food and love their cows and chickens.
Class Notes Samuel N. Navarez 1/10/2014  
Samuel M. Navarez 1975, History, is getting ready to retire after 38 years of teaching history and other social science classes. Navarez has taught for the last 25 years in the Gilroy Unified School District at both the middle school and high school levels. He is currently teaching at an early college high school, called Dr. TJ Owens Gilroy Early College Academy, since it opened in 2007. Navarez has been married to a wonderful lady for the last 34 years and together they have three grown children, Crystal, Michael and Aaron; two are married to wonderful people. Navarez and his wife, Sally, are also raising their 5-year-old grandson.
Class Notes Cynthia A. Rawlings 12/14/2013  
Cynthia Rawlings (previously Rawlings Rohde), 1983, art, received Citizen of the Year recognition from the Bay Area Chamber of Commerce in 2013 for organizing the Downtown Coos Bay Wine Walk. Since 2007, the event has earned over $130,000 to support local non-profit organizations including Coos Art Museum and the Egyptian Theatre Preservation Association. Rawlings has lived in the Coos Bay-area since 2001 and has worked at The World newspaper for nearly 8 years. She was president of the Bay Area Rotary club in 2010-11.
Class Notes Dana M. Wisseman 1/22/2014  
Dana Wisseman, 2012 Anthropology and Communication, volunteered at the Humboldt County Coroner's Office while earning her bachelor's degree. Wisseman is currently pursuing a Master of Forensic Science Degree at Nebraska Wesleyan University. Wisseman completed an internship at the Miami-Dade Medical Examiner's Office during the summer of 2013. In addition, she completed a continuing education class at the Forensic Investigative Research Station in Grand Junction, Colorado, covering the topic of human decomposition. Wisseman is currently working at the Joint Prisoners of War, Missing in Action Accounting Command (JPAC) in Omaha, Nebraska.
Class Notes Leonard A. Brennan 12/11/2013  
Leonard A. Brennan, 1984, Wildlife, has been a professor at the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute, at the Texas A&M University, Kingsville, since 2001, where he holds the C.C. Winn Endowed Chair for Quail Research. Brennan teaches graduate classes in Ecosystem Function and Models in Wildlife Science. His past positions include director of Research at Tall Timbers Research Station in Tallahassee, FL (1993-2001), and small game research scientist at Mississippi State University (1989-1993). He served terms as editor-in-chief of The Journal of Wildlife Management (2001-2002) and Wildlife Society Bulletin (2012-2013). Since graduating from HSU, Brennan has published more than 160 peer-reviewed articles, five books and more than 100 extension articles.
Class Notes Deanna S. Carpenter 12/13/2013  
Deanna Carpenter, 1997 Environmental Resources Engineering, (née Wade) is married to Mark Carpenter ('98, Wildlife Management) and was recently promoted to the rank of Commander with the U.S. Navy's Civil Engineer Corps in Newport, R.I. Carpenter is currently serving as chief staff officer of the Seventh Naval Construction Regiment.
Class Notes Jed H. D'Abravanel 12/13/2013  
Jed Haley-Brooks D'Abravanel, 2007, Politics, is currently attending law school at American University.
Class Notes Julie E. King 12/13/2013  
Julie King, 1985, Music, (née Reich) went on to earn a Master's degree in music (choral conducting) but pivoted her career to the nonprofit sector. King is currently vice president of Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group and engages in executive search as well as advising nonprofits on capacity building. She also serves on the Board of Directors of BeadforLife, a social enterprise serving women living in extreme poverty in Uganda. King and her husband, Chuck, live in Redwood City, Calif., where Julie rows on Bair Island Aquatic Center's competitive crew team.
Class Notes Bridget K. McGraw 12/13/2013  
Bridget McGraw, 2012, International Studies, began at Internews Network, an international non-profit organization. At the organization's headquarters in Arcata, McGraw is subgrant analyst focusing mostly on a new project promoting independent media in South Sudan. McGraw writes, "Every day at work I use the skills and experiences I gained at university.
Class Notes Anthony D. Medrano 11/25/2013  
Anthony Medrano, 2000 Politics, worked at Ohio University for a few years and moved back to Hawaii before finally settling down near Lake Mendota, Wis., where he is a doctoral candidate in the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Currently, Medrano is several miles away in Malaysian Borneo, conducting dissertation research as a Fulbright fellow. Medrano's interest in the social history of oceans stems from his formative years at Humboldt and its intellectual ecology.
Class Notes Melissa A. Miller 12/13/2013  
MELISSA MILLER, 1986 Natural Resources Planning and Interpretation, is currently an instructional coach at an elementary school on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation in Arizona. Since graduating from Humboldt State, she has earned a Post-Bacculearate and Master's degree in Education. Melissa has applied her diverse educational background in a Montessori setting and working with Native American students in public school. She also currently enjoys living in the White Mountains of Arizona.
Class Notes Ronald K. Miller 12/13/2013  
RON MILLER, 1983 Forest Management, is a supervisory forester on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation in Arizona. His 30-year career has included working for the U.S. Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management and the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Miller has published articles in both American Forests and the Journal of Forestry. He is also the nominator of the largest Chihuahua pine in the United States. Recent travel includes time in Costa Rica and Panama in Central America and Ecuador and Peru in South America.
Class Notes Monica E. Topping 12/13/2013  
Monica Topping, 2009 Journalism, launched the Small Town Big Art calendar project after successfully funding the project via KickStarter. The calendar profiles prominent Humboldt County artists. Topping was inspired to start the project the U.S. Census published a statistic that Humboldt County has more working artists per capita than any other county in California.
Class Notes Christopher J. Bennett 11/20/2013  
Christopher Bennett, 2010, Journalism & Mass Communication, worked for Bleacher Report, the online sports site, as a featured columnist. Bennett covered both the San Jose Sharks and Golden State Warriors, and was published on numerous sites, including CBSSPORTS.com. Bennett then attended law school in the Bay Area, where he focused my studies on intellectual property and corporate law. He graduated law school in 2013 and currently works in-house for Geosyntec, an environmental engineering firm.
Class Notes Marisa C. Penkauskas 11/6/2013  
Marisa Penkauskas, 2012, Journalism & Mass Communication, is the marketing manager for Interactive Fitness, a company producing interactive stationary bikes, based in Sunnyvale, Calif.
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