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Class Notes James R. Good 10/8/2015  
James Ronald Good, 1966 Wildlife, spent the summer of 1964 and as range aide and range tech with the Bureau of Land Management on the Sheldon Refuge and Range in northwest Nevada. He spent summer of '65 conducting project inventories in southern Nevada. Good was later hired by BLM in 1966 as a range conservationist in Lewistown, Mont. He then transferred to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Services in 1967 as assistant refuge manager at the Kern-Pixley Refuges in California. From there, Good transferred to the Stillwater Wildlife Management Area in Fallon, Nev., and the Hart Mountain Refuge in Oregon before going on leave to attend Oregon State University, where he earned a Master's of Science in Wildland Sciences with a minor in Rangeland Restoration. Afterward, Good worked at the Columbia Refuge in Washington, then in the Pierre Area Office in South Dakota, as the staff refuge manager and biologist. In '82, Good was selected as refuge manager at the Fish Springs National Wildlife Refuge in Utah. In '84, Good became the project leader for the Havasu Refuge, in Needles, Calif., before transferring to Galena, Alaska. After 33 years as a law enforcement officer, Good retired in 2000.
Class Notes Tamara Iraheta 10/20/2015  
Tamara Iraheta, 2015 Critical Race, Gender & Sexuality Studies, currently works as an Americorp member in the Louisiana Delta Service Corps based in New Orleans. Iraheta is a Community Engagement Coordinator at a non-profit organization call STAR (Sexual Trauma Awareness & Response). Ihareta's position focuses on social change on issues that surround sexualized violence.
Class Notes Richard Morris 10/8/2015  
Richard Morris, 1972 History, after working 38 years with the Monterey County Assessor, has been a caddie at the Pebble Beach Golf Links since 2011.
Class Notes Mary K. Wicksten 10/23/2015  
Mary Wicksten, 1972 Biological Sciences, is a Professor of Biology at Texas A&M University, College Station, and just published her book "Vertical Reefs: Life on Oil and Gas Platforms in the Gulf of Mexico." Published by Texas A&M University Press, it is the only non-technical book on the subject. The illustrated book discusses the biota of these structures, its origins, and what happens to these organisms over the lifespan of a platform. A copy is on its way to the Humboldt Library.
Class Notes Annathea E. Cook 9/13/2015  
Annathea Cook, 2013 International Studies, is pursuing her Masters in International Policy Studies, with a focus on U.S.-Chinese Trade Policy, at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey, Calif. After an internship this summer with the Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration, Cook is looking forward to her last year at MIIS, her upcoming internship in China next summer, and jumping into the job market next August.
Class Notes Wade L. Eakle 9/17/2015  
Wade Eakle, 1982 Wildlife, spent 1982 and '83 working at the Institute for Wildlife Studies in Arcata, before serving at the U.S. Forest Service's Rocky Mountain Station at Arizona State University, in Tempe, Ariz. He then completed a Master's of Science in Wildlife and Fisheries Science at the University of Arizona at Tuscon. In 1987 he worked for the engineering firm Dames & Moore in Phoenix, and then the Luke Air Force Base in Arizona. Since 1990, Eakle has been with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the San Francisco District of the South Pacific Division.
Class Notes Joel T. Heng Hartse 8/26/2015  
Joel Heng Hartse, 2007 English, taught at universities in China for two years after finishing his M.A. in English at HSU. Hartse completed his Ph.D. in TESL in the Department of Language and Literacy at the University of British Columbia, and as of September 2015, has a teaching-focused, continuing faculty appointment as a lecturer in the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia. Heartse lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, with his wife and their two sons.
Class Notes Trevor W. Keiber 8/25/2015  
Trevor Keiber, 2006 Physics & Astronomy, Chemistry, Math, is graduating in December 2015 with a Ph.D. in physics from UCSC, studying the structure of complex materials using X-ray spectroscopy. Keiber is currently seeking post-doctoral or assistant professor positions.
Class Notes Andrew C. Michler 9/10/2015  
Andrew Michler, 1993 Art, just released the book [ours] Hyperlocalization of Architecture by eVolo Press. [ours] explores sustainable building design. Michler explored and documented the work first hand, and investigates how these buildings function in the context of their culture, environment, and utility.
Class Notes Nathan C. Schofield 9/10/2015  
Nathan Schofield, Journalism 2008, served two years as an Americorps VISTA volunteer at two nonprofit organizations providing education and family services in the Philadelphia area. There he provided marketing and development support, helping these organizations achieve better visibility and funding of their service operations. After leaving Americorps, he went on to work in property and casualty insurance claims, where he has remained to the present. While working in claims, he has acquired the CPCU (Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter) and AIC (Associate in Claims) designations. Currently, he is working as a claims support associate at State Farms' Charlottesville, Va., claims office.
Class Notes Gene G. Blankenbaker 7/2/2015  
Gene Blankenbaker, 1977 Forestry & Wildland Resources, transferred to the position of Deputy Director for Human Resources for the U.S. Forest Service last spring.
Class Notes Erin E. Carlson-Jones 7/18/2015  
Erin Carlson-Jones, 2001 Communication, is a licensed clinical social worker and trainer. Carlson-Jones has worked in children's mental health for many years, and is now the Director of a 65-bed residential treatment program in San Jose, Calif. Carlson-Jones has been married for 10 years and owns a home in Boulder Creek, Calif.
Class Notes Dylan C. Chalfant 7/14/2015  
Dylan Chalfant, 2010 Kinesiology & Recreation Administration, finished his degree by moving to Austin, TX, for an internship with the City of Austin Aquatics Department. After the internship, Chalfant became a seasonal district supervisor for the city, where he supervised a staff of 40 lifeguards. In 2012, he took a full-time, year-round position as the Aquatics Director for a private company called Lifeguard4Hire. Chalfant currently directs a staff of 250 lifeguards, swim instructors, and district supervisors.
Class Notes Ali R. Chaudhary 7/16/2015  
Ali R. Chaudhary, 2002 Sociology and 2009 Sociology, earned his Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of California, Davis, in 2015. He is currently a Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Oxford and enjoying life in the U.K. with his wife Rebecca Kellawan and their newborn son, Miles Ali Chaudhary. In January 2017, they will move to New York City, when Ali will take up his position as an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Class Notes Beverly Dahlen 7/4/2015  
Beverly Dahlen, 1956 Language Arts, retired from San Francisco City College. Dahlen is also a practicing poet, and received an award for her writing in 2013 from the New York Foundation for Cotemporary Arts.
Class Notes Katrina S. Hagen Radlick 6/15/2015  
Katrina "Katie" S. Hagen Radlick, 1994, Politics and French, was appointed by Gov. Brown as the Chief Deputy Director of Operations at the state Dept. of Human Resources in March. Prior to this appointment, Radlick served as the Chief of Human Resources at CalPERS, the California Public Employee Retirement System. She is also an Adjunct Faculty member at the University of San Francisco teaching Human Resource Administration
Class Notes Kathryn A. Hedges 7/28/2015  
Kathryn Hedges, 2010 Biological Sciences, started a handcrafting business in Silicon Valley at TechShop in 2011. She creates jewelry, holiday decor, and souvenirs and sells locally and globally online.
Class Notes Frederick C. Koegler 7/24/2015  
Fred Koegler, 1966 Physical Education, is celebrating his 50th season as a park ranger this summer in Yosemite National Park. He is currently head of the Horse Patrol in Tuolumne Meadows, a high alpine section of the park. Being a horse patrol Park Ranger, has allowed him to be a part of a long-standing tradition that dates back to the U.S. Cavalry and their responsibility of patrolling our first national parks. Koegler lives in the Glendale/La Crescenta area with his wife, who is also an HSU alumna. In addition to his work with the Forest Service, Koegler is a retired schoolteacher with the Los Angeles Unified School District's Verdugo Hills High School, and is an active L.A. County Reserve Sheriff Deputy, with more than 40 years service in the Volunteer Montrose Mountain Search and Rescue Team based out of the Glendale area.
Class Notes Harry A. Nethery IV 7/7/2015  
H.A. Nethery IV, 2003 Philosophy, received an M.A. in philosophy from the University of Memphis, and a Ph.D. in philosophy from Duquesne University.
Nethery is currently an assistant professor of philosophy in the Department of Religion and Philosophy at Florida Southern College.
Class Notes Jessica Julia M. Peters 6/14/2015  
Jessica Peters, 2010, Anthropology, interned at the American Embassy in Paris. While there Peters was accepted into UCLA's Anthropology PhD program, and received her M.A. in Sociocultural Anthropology in 2012 and her Ph.D. in Sociocultural Anthropology in 2015. During this time Peters also presented research at the AAAs and at the Interdisciplinary Conference in the Humanities (organized by the University of West Georgia).
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