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Class Notes Leonard R. Askham 5/10/2017  
Professor emeritus, Colleges of Agriculture, Science and Graduate Faculty, Washington State University 1995. One hundred fifty peer reviewed scientific journal publications, proceedings, books, book chapters, popular articles and education videos. Research include environmental toxicology, pesticide efficacy and environmental fate population dynamics and alternate pesticide management strategies. Two patents and one Federal Pesticide registration for first biochemical bird control repellent for agriculture. Member Xi Sigma Pi, Sigma Xi, Society of American Foresters, Society for Range Management, Northwest Science Association. EPPO/FAO representative on African agricultural Rodent Control, Rome, 1987. Founder, President and CEO of Bird Shield Repellent Corporation with offices in Pullman, WA and San Francisco, CA ( Father of 3, grandfather of 6, and great-grandfather of 10.

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Class Notes Kevin J. Farley 5/10/2017  
Emmy Award, SF/NorCal Best Newscast; Emmy Award SF/NorCal Breaking News Achievement; NorCal RTNDA Award Winner, Best Newscast; NorCal RTNDA Award Winner, Breaking News

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Class Notes James A. Freeman 10/10/2013  
…James A. Freeman, English MATW, 1980, now teaching in the Dept. of Language &amp; Literature, at Bucks County Community College, who presented "The Hueristics of Student Attitude Orientation, Universal Teaching Pedagogy, and Growth in Writing Abilities" at the Two Year College Association-North East regional conference in Morristown, N.J. Oct 3-5. He also completed the following projects during his Spring, 2013 semester sabbatical:
co-authored with Dr. Tom Gage, HSU Professor Emeritus, the book-length manuscript The Ancient Hyskos History of (Biblical) History
published the article "A 35-Year Retrospective and Pedagogy of Teaching Creative Writing" in the September issue of Theory and Practice in Language Studies
wrote the monograph "A Literature Review on the Heuristics of Learning Writing, and a Discussion of Academic Rigor and (robo) Grading" which will be published in the Journal of Language and Teaching Research's November issue.
completed his first children's book, Lady and Sierra&#39;s Storage Shed Summer
wrote a book of poems, Temporary Roses Dipped in Liquid Gold,, to be published in November by Finishing Line Press and which is the subject of a winter issue "Bucks County
Magazine" feature and one in "Philadelphia Stories" magazine.
Class Notes Eileen K. Godwin 5/10/2017  
Outstanding Acct. Manager - 1997, Relizon. Excellence in Customer Service 2004, Relizon (changed name to WorkflowOne)
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Class Notes Mellisa A. Hannum 5/10/2017  
What an amazing job I've stumbled into -- the perfect thing for a foodie and wine-lover. I spend most of my work day writing about food and wine, the locavore movement, and food politics. What could be better? As the economy has soured, my freelancing opportunities have dwindled, but my day job keeps me busy in the word slinging field. Charles and I just bought our first house. It's in Nevada City with an amazing view, so I guess I'm being somewhat successful with the scribbling I get to do.

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Class Notes Graham C. Lee 8/5/0209  
Elected by International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, AFL-CIO Local Lodge 79 to position of Union Steward through 2009.
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Class Notes Kathy S. Nixon 5/10/2017  
I've worked for the library since six months after graduation from HSU, w/ a major in Journalism. My fond memories of two excellent professors, specifically Howard Seeman and 'Mac' McClary remain with me. I really feel that I received excellent 'real world' exposure--both in class and at the at the Lumberjack. I was saddened to hear of Howard's passing, as he was a great teacher and dedicated journalist. Though my career took a different path from the newspaper business, I continue to use nuggets I retained from my HSU education. In my day-to-day work as a public service librarian who writes press releases, creates program flyers and must communicate effectively with the community patrons, staff members and my colleagues, I'm grateful for the Journalism departments' instructors' dedication, hard work and intellect. I still remember ethical issues Mr McLary taught and Howard's odd jokes perhaps intended to convey life lessons and while building stronger writing and ed
itorial skills. Very best regards, Kathy N
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Class Notes Natalie Wojinski 5/10/2017  
WCCUSD Teacher of the Year, 2008; Google Certified Teacher, Certified Journalism Educator
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Class Notes Ronald G. Davis 10/28/2011  
RONALD G. DAVIS, 1994 Theatre, Film, & Dance, lectured at various Canadian universities, including York University in Toronto, and Concordia University in Montreal, and is currently working on rewriting his dissertation on "Ecological Aesthetics." He recently wrote a script titled "Glacial Melt and Sea Level Ride: (There are no solutions)" that is to be made into a performance piece for a 16 women's chorus with the help of classical composer Joyce Todd of Berkeley.

Class Notes Ronald G. Davis 5/9/2017  
.Ronald G. Davis, 1994
Gave a number of lectures in Canada on "Ecological Aesthetics" at York University Toronto, another at Concordia University in Montreal .
Finishing a rewrite of my Dissertation on "Ecological Aesthetics " and recently wrote the script for an Oratorio on "Glacial Melt and Sea Level Rise : (There are no solutions) to be done with chorus and band. Classical composer Joyce Todd of Berkeley will turn the script into a performance piece for a 16 women's chorus.
Class Notes James A. Donlon 5/9/2017  
James Donlon, 1970 Theatre & History, has had a 47 year career as an internationally-known performing artist presenting his original physical theatre work throughout the United States, Europe, and Latin America, having just returned from Cuba. Donlon has been a master teacher in many national and international acting conservatories like the Yale School of Drama, American Conservatory Theatre, and at UC Santa Barbara. Donlon has also been a film movement coach for Oscar winners Kathy Bates and Javier Bardem, and film star Benjamin Bratt.
Class Notes Daniel J. Reid 5/9/2017  
Daniel Reid, 2001
I'm now studying architecture at the University of Oregon, and my wife Monica & I have just welcomed our first child, Stella Evelyn Reid.
Class Notes Misha L. Burke 8/17/2016  
Misha Burke, 2014 Journalism, currently works at the California Association of Health Facilities as a Marketing & Communications Specialist-a job that took a year and a half to find. Burke has been able to take what she learned from in her Journalism and Graphic Design courses and apply them to this job. If it wasn't for HSU's Journalism and Art departments (faculty and students), Burke says she wouldn't be as successful as she is now.
Class Notes Noel A. Eaton 8/26/2016  
Noel Eaton, 2014 Environmental Management & Protection Planning, moved back home to Billings Mont., and worked for an analytical lab testing water samples. Eaton is now a city planner in Laurel, Mont., and is loving every minute of it. Eaton writes, "I wouldn't be where I am now if it wasn't for the great professors and amazing peers that helped me along the way to graduation."
Class Notes James A. Freeman 7/1/2016  
James A. Freeman, 1980 English, recently published "Biblical Time Out of Mind: Myths, Maps, and Memories" along with co-author and HSU emeritus Professor Tom Gage.
Class Notes Ronald A. Fritzsche 7/14/2016  
Ron Fritzsche, 1967 Zoology, recently contributed a section to the Species Identification Guide for Fishery Purposes published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Fritzsche is an Emeritus Professor of Fisheries Biology. He was the HSU Outstanding Professor in 1991 and served as an administrator including Dean for Research, Graduate Studies and International Programs. Fritzsche also served as assistant to the Provost for faculty affairs and space and facilities. He is currently an elected board member for the North Humboldt Recreation and Park District and the local Timber Heritage Association. Fritzsche met his wife, also an HSU graduate, in John VanDuzer's Speech 1 class.
Class Notes Tobin Fulmer 7/29/2016  
Tobin Fulmer, 2005 Biological Sciences, has taken a position with the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality at the El Dorado office.
Class Notes Mason Gedanken 8/22/2016  
Mason Gedanken, 2016 Geography, landed a job with a consulting company as an intern. The job primarily consists of OSP, and fiber optics, and have Gedanken has learned quite a bit about utility poles, and how Telecom works. Gedanken has been out in the field collecting data from utility poles like Pole Tag, class, anchor information, telephone, and cable TV. Recently, he has been making maps of pole information using Google's My Maps and plotting where the poles and the strands are located.
Class Notes Michael G. Harmon 7/22/2016  
Michael Harmon, 1992 Photojournalism, is semi retired from journalism and photography though he still does an occasional job here and there. Harmom taught English as a Second Language for nearly 8 years in Henan Province in Central China. He has been back in the U.S. for about three years and can not wait to return to China.
Class Notes Conrad L. Huygen 8/26/2016  
Conrad L. Huygen, Lt. Col. (ret), USAF, B.A. Geography '94, has returned to Washington, D.C., and is the Deputy Chief of the Defender Services Office at the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. Dedicated to providing the assistance of counsel for individuals who cannot afford a lawyer, his office funds, trains, and supports the more than 3,600 federal defender personnel and 10,000 private panel attorneys appointed to represent clients under the Criminal Justice Act. Conrad's wife, Julie, has been promoted to Colonel and is the Chief of the Air Force's Military Justice Division at Joint Base Andrews, MD. The Huygens live in Alexandria, Va.
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