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Alumni Updates

Kyle C. Knopp, Politics, 2005

Submitted: March 4, 2011

Kyle Knopp (2005) works as a Senior Analyst for budget policy and intergovernmental relations in the Executive Office of the County of Mendocino. Received his Masters in Public Administration in 2009 at SSU.

Micah Carnahan, Wildlife, 2010

Submitted: March 4, 2011

I left school in the middle of my last semester, fall 2009, due to the birth of my son. He was born with a congenital heart disease known as Transposition of the Great Arteries or TGA. We (my wife, my newborn son and myself)were immediately flown to SF where my son would receive surgery. During our 3 month stay at UCSF I was able to keep in contact with my professors and they worked with me to finish my coursework during my stay. My son is 15 months now. He is healthy and doing great! I received my degree and quickly began interviewing for careers that could sustain my new family. Because of the skills and training I received from HSU, I was chosen from a number of candidates to be the new Environmental Scientist for the CA Department of Fish and Game's Lake and Streambed Alteration Program. I am so thankful, and proud, to have studied at HSU and to have had the privelage of learning from the best professors in the country. Thank you HSU!

Kyle C. Knopp, Politics, 2005

Submitted: March 4, 2011

Kyle Knopp (2005) works as a Senior Analyst for budget policy and intergovernmental relations in the Executive Office of the County of Mendocino. Received his Masters in Public Administration in 2009 at SSU.

Rebecca (Beckie) Menten, Politics, 2007

Submitted: February 17, 2011

Working with the High Performance Building Standards group at the California Energy Commission on reducing energy in existing buildings.

Rebecca (Beckie) Menten, Politics, 2007

Submitted: February 16, 2011

Working with the High Performance Building Standards group at the California Energy Commission on reducing energy in existing buildings.

Jeremy Mills, , 2003

Submitted: February 12, 2011

In October 2010 I started working for the Yurok Tribe transportation program.

Conrad L. Huygen, Geography, 1994

Submitted: February 12, 2011

Maj Conrad L. Huygen (BA, Geography '94) has been selected for promotion to the rank of Lt Col, USAF. He is a judge advocate currently serving as an executive officer to the Assistant Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force at the Pentagon.

Jeremy Mills, Natural Resrouces, 2003

Submitted: February 12, 2011

In October 2010 I started working for the Yurok Tribe transportation program.

Traben Pleasant, Anthropology, 2009

Submitted: February 4, 2011

I am currently pursuing a MSc. in Social/Cultural Anthropology at University College London, UK.

Traben Pleasant, Anthropology, 2009

Submitted: February 3, 2011

I am currently pursuing a MSc. in Social/Cultural Anthropology at University College London, UK.

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