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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.
Class Notes Daniel R. Mandell 7/14/2016  
Daniel R. Mandell, 1979 History, recently received Distinguished Literary Achievement Award from the Missouri Humanities Council for my six books and many articles on Native American persistence and adaptation in New England, 1600-1900. Those books include "King Philip's War: Colonial Expansion, Native Resistance, and the End of Indian Sovereignty" (2010); "Tribe, Race, History: Native Americans in Southern New England, 1780-1880" (2008), which was given the Lawrence Levine Award by the Organization of American Historians for the best book on U.S. cultural history; and "Behind the Frontier: Indians in Eighteenth-Century Eastern Massachusetts" (1996).
Class Notes Jon C. Pede 8/26/2016  
Jon Pede, 1990 Social Science, lives in Tigard, Ore., with his partner. He recently completed his doctoral degree at Lewis and Clark College in Portland. His dissertation is titled, "Morals, Values and Ethics: Their Impact on the Decisions of the School Principal."
Class Notes Jon C. Pede 7/27/2016  
Jon Pede, 1980 Social Science, completed his Ed.D. in Administrative Leadership from Lewis and Clark College. His dissertation was titled "Morals, Values, and Ethics and How They Affect the Decisions of the School Principal." Pede works as a middle school principal in Hillsboro, Ore., and as an adjunct professor at Lewis and Clark College. He lives with his partner, Tom,and their dog in the Portland metropolitan area.
Class Notes Kira M. Yeomans 8/15/2016  
Kira Marie Yeomans, 2015 Environmental Studies, is currently enrolled in a masters program at Antioch University in New Hampshire. Yeomans is working on a self-designed studies program concentrating on climate change and social justice advocacy. The program includes volunteering with the Peace Corps this coming summer.
Class Notes Danielle L. Burkhart 5/16/2016  
Dani Burkhart, 2013 Environmental Science & Management, led Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, Congressman Jared Huffman, Board of Equalization Members Fiona Ma and George Runner, Asm. Jim Wood and the Blue Ribbon Commission on a fact-finding tour of Humboldt County's Medical Cannabis farms and industry. Following that work, Emerald Heritage Farms was launched as a consulting firm to help the area's heritage cannabis farmers come into compliance with changing laws and regulations. Recently, Burkhart helped launch of the first Humboldt County Cannabis Chamber of Commerce building bridges between cannabis and non-cannabis based businesses in Humboldt County.
Class Notes Allison D. Formica 6/24/2016  
Allison Formica 2014 Biological Sciences, is working as a Life Science Research Professional in the Genetics Department at Stanford University studying the cellular and molecular biology of the cnidarian-dinoflagellate symbiosis, which is a critical relationship to the lives of reef-building corals. She was recently promoted to Laboratory Manager and is assisting in developing a reliable spawning protocol for the sea anemone, Aiptasia, in an attempt to improve spawning efficiency and predictability in the lab.
Class Notes John W. Giraldes 6/15/2016  
John Giraldes, 2003 Chemistry, graduated from University of Minnesota with a degree in Medicinal Chemistry in 2006 and went on to work for Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research, Global Discovery Chemistry, Oncology in Cambridge, Mass., until 2015. Giraldes then relocated to Baltimore, Md., and currently working as a Project Manager and Scientific Analyst for the National Cancer Institute's Experimental Therapeutics (NExT) Program.
Class Notes Jennifer J. Krupnick 5/10/2016  
Jennifer Kho, 1999 Journalism, and husband, Matt Krupnick, are currently living in Brooklyn, New York. Kho is the managing editor of the Guardian US. Kho and Krupnick were previously living in Oaxaca, Mexico for nearly a year.
Class Notes Matthew Krupnick 5/10/2016  
Matt Krupnick, 1998 Journalism, currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. Krupnick lives with his wife, Jennifer Kho, who is also a 1991 Journalism graduate from HSU. Krupnick is a freelance journalist for The New York Times, Guardian US, and Hechinger Report. Krupnick and Kho recently visited HSU and wished they still lived in Humboldt County.
Class Notes Keith A. Parker 5/26/2016  
Keith Parker, 2015 Fisheries Biology, recently received a $15,000 Switzer Environmental Fellowship for the 2016-17 academic year. This award is given to individuals who demonstrate outstanding leadership and dedication to working in the environmental field.
Class Notes Mark Pasquini 5/11/2016  
Mark Pasquini, 1973 History, is retiring after many years of work. Pasquini plans on traveling and sampling wine from all continents. He also wishes to continue his writing as a side job. Pasquini plans on throwing away all electronics and wishes everyone a strong and happy future.
Class Notes Gary B. Perlmutter 5/10/2016  
Gary B. Perlmutter, 1991 Zoology, graduated from North Carolina State University with a Master of Science in Natural Resources.
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