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Class Notes Meg M. Godlewski 9/22/2021  
Meg Godlewski has accepted a new position as Senior Writer for Flying Magazine.
Class Notes Kristina E. Ryan 9/22/2021  
After meeting at Humboldt State some 20 years ago, James Catlin (2002- Political Science and Economics) and Kristina have been married since 2010 and have two children. James is the Chief Macroeconomist at Value Investors Edge where he specializes in research and analysis of maritime trade. Kristina works for the State of California at the Department of Social Services. They currently reside in Southern California. They both share fond memories of their days as HSU students. James misses surfing alongside redwood lined cliffs and Smug's Pizza. Kristina misses all the amazing natural scenery. They can’t wait to have their children visit HSU when they are older.
Class Notes Casey W. Tran 9/22/2021  
Studying Philosophy at HSU has provided Casey with pleasure for taking on any difficult intellectual activity. It has kept him open minded when he approaches difficult subjects. Taking Philosophy 420 with Goodman has given Casey the language to talk about his own foundations of knowledge, metaphysical theories, science and epistemology which are tools he uses everyday in tackling his professional and social relationships. Casey fondly remembers taking classes in Modern Philosophy with Heise and having his world turned upside down everyday and Casey's first A on a Hegel paper with Cannon. He is now publishing papers in PhD Computer Science with relentless thirst for knowledge. The Phil degree is a compass for life.
Class Notes Garrett A. Rains 9/9/2021  
Garrett is working as an AI developer for Samsung Electronics in Seoul, South Korea. He is creating colloquial English Speech for Samsung's Voice Assistant, Bixby.
Class Notes Brian D. Wiesner 9/9/2021  
Brian is currently the president of the Claremont Stars Soccer Club.
Class Notes Samuel P. Yudin 9/9/2021  
Samuel Yudin is currently a Command Sergeant Major in the California Army National Guard, he serves as the battalion Command Sergeant Major of the 340th Brigade Support Battalion in Seaside, CA. Yudin also is also the U.S. Army Europe Federated Intelligence Program mission coordinator in Los Alamitos, CA. Yudin was recently selected as an adjunct scholar/fellow for the Modern War Institute at the United States Military Academy West Point for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Class Notes Salina T. Cuddy 9/8/2021  
Salina was recently awarded a PhD in Linguistics from the University of York. Her research focuses on language, gender, and sexuality. She will be starting a position as a Lecturer in Sociolinguistics at Queen Mary University London this fall.
Class Notes Danielle M. Dornan 9/8/2021  
Danielle is heading into an online master’s program through Syracuse University for Marriage and Family Therapy. She just moved to Santa Cruz, and is working as a barista/hostess and as a cheese monger!
Class Notes Daniel L. Gardner 9/8/2021  
Dan completed his masters in Medicine, Science, and Technology Studies in 2015 and his PhD in Informatics at UCI in 2021. He is currently a Post-doctoral fellow in the Grand Challenges Initiative at Chapman University. His research focuses on how different cultural values and systems of authority get baked into the designs of our digital interfaces, media, and games.
Class Notes Adrianna M. Bayer 6/1/2011  
ADRIANNA SIMONE, 2010 English,
is currently applying for Ph.D. programs and helping out the community through volunteer work. She is a library volunteer at the Eureka branch, which includes assisting with the English and Spanish story times by reading books, and helping the children and parents with the weekly crafts. Simone also volunteers at Sacred Heart Church as a religious education instructor for seventh and eighth grade students.
Class Notes Michael L. Samano 8/26/2021  
Just completed writing an introduction to Ethnic Studies textbook.
Title: Ethnic Studies: Dissent is Patriotic
Author: Michael Samano
Date: 2021
Publisher: Kendall Hunt
Class Notes Ashley M. Armas 8/1/2021  
Since graduating HSU in December of 2020, Ashley has received a job at the local wildlife rehabilitation center in her hometown of San Diego! She has been there for about 6 months and gets to use all the information and skills she learned while getting her degree. While Ashley didn't have any hands-on experience with wildlife before getting hired, her organization saw that she was an HSU alumni and picked her for the role! She later learned that two of her coworkers are also HSU alumni, so the organization must view HSU favorably. She is so thankful to HSU for helping her become the person she is today, and for giving her the skills needed to get a career in her field. Arcata will always be her home away from home! <3
Class Notes Allan E. Ekberg 8/1/2021  
Allan Ekberg, 1984, Business, is the City of Tukwila’s mayor. Upon graduating from HSU, he became active in community, fighting a county rezone and annexing his neighborhood into Tukwila. From his education at HSU, Allan became an Internet technology project/program manager and consulted at a wide variety of organizations. While working in technology, he served on the Tukwila City Council where he used his HSU Speech Communication minor often. Allan originated the charter and commenced the Computer Information System Club at Humboldt State; he also served a term as the School of Business student council representative. He thanks HSU for empowering him to become who he is.
Class Notes Rick M. Gardner 8/1/2021  
Rick met the woman of his dreams in graduate school. They were married in 1967. Their happy marriage lasted 50 years until her death in 2017. Rick has 2 children, a boy and a girl.
Class Notes Eugene C. Justus 8/1/2021  
Charlie Justus has Retired from Idaho Fish and Game. After 30 years as a Conservation Officer, finishing his career as a Regional Conservation Officer (Lieutenant) Charlie has retired. He is working part time this summer as a Marine Deputy for the Canyon County Sheriff's Department while he figures out his next pursuit, or vacation or ... He is looking forward to spending time with his wife Sue (wildlife class of 89) exploring.
Class Notes Emily R. Kratzer 8/1/2021  
Since 2018,Emily has been a featured freelancer for Autumn Years magazine, a Bergen County, N.J., publication celebrating the lives of people ages 60 and older. She volunteers with public-access WCTV.us and C.E.R.T. Active Unitarian-Universalist.
Class Notes Richard A. Moore 8/1/2021  
Richard has been working steadily as a civil engineer since he left HSU in 1991. He worked a variety of positions in consulting and local and Federal government. He has also ran a small consulting business full- and part-time since 1998; worked a few years for the Indian Health Service; worked 3 years doing fish habitat improvement projects for WA Conservation Districts; and, for the last year, has been a staff Civil Engineer with the Economic Development Administration in Seattle. It's a great job: everyone loves you when you have loads of money to give away. Well, almost everone.
Class Notes Kevin V. Morris 8/1/2021  
Kevin was leader of a team that recently developed the first-ever virus specific targeted therapy for treating COVID-19.

https://www.cell.com/molecular-therapy-family/molecular-therapy/fulltext/S1525-0016(21)00256-2
And the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMYpKVs1fQg

And some of the press:

https://www.cityofhope.org/breakthroughs/city-of-hope-researcher-helps-develop-antiviral-for-covid


https://www.vice.com/en/article/5dbgab/scientists-remove-covid-19-from-mices-lungs

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9589611/Queensland-researchers-huge-Cov

The work is now being developed into a Phase 1 trial in Australia and works as a therapy for all beta coronaviruses.
Class Notes Brian D. Woodland 8/1/2021  
Brian has retired from public school teaching 8th grade history after 34 years. He taught for three years in Sacramento County, then taught at the same junior high in Placer County for 31 years. Brian also taught various subjects from English, journalism, video classes, and psychology. Although teaching 8th graders can be quite challenging, that age can also be the most rewarding to teach. His years at Humboldt State were very influential to his career and life, and he can't imagine attending any other college because of the small, family-like atmosphere. More cycling, travel, and genealogy research are planned for his retirement.
Class Notes Timi M. Donohue 2/8/2019  
Timi O'Malley, Anthropology, 1994, published "Consuming Love: The Joy of Sharing Meals" in December 2018. This is a memoir not only about food and the people that shared these meals with her, but the spiritual lessons learned along the way.
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