Forever Humboldt

Alumni Updates

E Safiya Bal, Anthropology, 2011

April 24, 2012

I've been working as a substitute teacher for the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District since December 2011. As of April 2012 I was hired on as field technician for Far Western Anthropological Research Group, Inc. -based in Davis, CA. The project is in Vacaville, CA.

Mark Martinez, Anthropology, 2009

April 24, 2012

For the past two years I have been advocating and empowering youth to make non-violent, healthy choices as a mentor for the Tariq Khamisa Foundation. Influenced by anthropology of development, I hope to continue my work with non-profit organizations, while attaining my masters in social work.

Nathan Rasmussen, Physics & Astronomy, 2010

April 19, 2012

Going to HSU to study physics was the best decision I've made in my adult life. Not only did it give me confidence in my problem solving abilities, but the faculty is amazing. I was able to do research with Dr. Hoyle and not only publish a paper, but gave a conference talk and a few others about the research. I was hired to teach physics labs after graduation, and now I am about to start a PhD program at Washington State University. Studying at HSU has been an amazing experience!

Robert M. Danno, Education, 1986

April 6, 2012

Robert M. Danno, 1986, Education, is currently a National Park Service Ranger and federal whistle blower who has written a new book, “Worth Fighting For: A Park Ranger’s Unexpected Battle Against Federal Bureaucrats & Washington Redskins Owner Dan Snyder.”

Stewart Wilson, Forestry & Wildland Resources, 2010

April 3, 2012

Research Assistant at UC Davis in Soils and Biogeochemistry. MS Student

TIM PROVAN, Wildlife, 1968

March 30, 2012

upon graduation, moved to Utah. Completed M.S. Degree in Wildlife Sciences at Utah State. Worked 30 years for Utah Div. Wildlife Resources. Became Director in 1989 Retired and moved to Redding, CA and worked for Duck's Unlimited for 7 years as Regional Director. Retired in 2004. Continue to hunt & fish enjoying the beauty of Northern California.

Carrie Leonard, Oceanography, 1992

March 29, 2012

Carrie has recently been name the Director of Advanced Concepts for BAE Systems in Honolulu. In this role she meets with the user community to develop technical solutions to their pressing needs. She has also been named the Vice President of the Society of Women Engineers Hawaiian Island Chapter. On a personal note, she's a soccer coach (U8 AYSO), baseball and water polo mom, and active triathlete.

Nicolas Havlik, Forestry & Wildland Resources, 2001

March 27, 2012

Currently employed by Parsons Corporation at Fort Bliss, Texas as the Program Manager for the Integrated Training Area Management(ITAM)Program. Our program focuses on erosion and sediment control, native grass re-seeding, vegetation monitoring, maneuver trail maintenance and reconfiguration, protection of sites both of cultural and biological significance and education to our Military on the importance of being good stewards of the 1500 square miles of training land that encompasses Fort Bliss.

Sylvia Anne Montgomery, English, 1976

March 24, 2012

I am celebrating, this year, the 10th anniversary of a magazine I cofounded. BioProcess International is a peer-reviewed trade publication for 30,000+ readers in the biopharmaceutical industry. It's owned by Informa, a company based in London. I work from my small farm in Dexter, OR, where among other things, I provide a home for two or three geriatric llamas at a time.

Ronald Anderson, Physics & Astronomy, 2002

March 23, 2012

I work for Naval Shipyard doing Radiological work. Dosimetry tech at the moment.

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