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Robert Klamt, Fisheries Biology, 1974

Submitted: June 28, 2011

I retired in November from the N. Coast Water Quality Control Board after 35 years of service, including 8 months as the Executive Officer. My work was mostly in monitoring and assessment of our N. Coast waters, and more recently in working with the timber industry on water quality issues.

Erika Wright, English, 2001

Submitted: June 27, 2011

I graduated from HSU in 2001 with a BA in English Literature and a minor in Ethnic Studies. Then I moved to London to do an MA in National and International Literatures in English at the University of London, School of Advanced Studies. HSU prepared me well for the next 10 years of my life where I lived, studied and worked in 4 different countries.
I lived and studied in both London and Berlin. Then I worked in Xi'an, China where I taught in the 1:2:1 program which brings Chinese students to Humboldt for 2 years. the past 2 years I have been living in Perth, Western Australia. I started teaching ESL to pre-literate refugees, am now I am working at Murdoch University and considering a PhD.

Tim Mulvehill, History, 2000

Submitted: June 15, 2011

My wife, Sylvia and I are pleased to announce the birth of our first child, Nick. We continue to live and teach in Long Beach, CA.

Charles P. Meacham, Fisheries Biology, 1970

Submitted: June 15, 2011

After 50 years in Alaska (commercial fisherman, seafood processing, seafood inspector for U.S. Army, and 21 years with Dept. Fish and Game) moved to Gig Harbor, WA. Married to Charlene Heriot Meacham (also Humboldt grad) in 1969. Three children, 3 grandchildren.

Robert T. Lackey, Fisheries Biology, 1967

Submitted: June 14, 2011

Bob Lackey (Fisheries, '67) now teaches at Oregon State University. He has been engaged in developing online classes in natural resources as part of OSU ECampus.

ronald g. davis, , 1994

Submitted: June 14, 2011

Gave a number of lectures in Canada on "Ecological Aesthetics" at York Univerfsity Toronot, another at Concordia University in Montreal .
Finishing a rewirte 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.

Kathy McPike, Business Administration, 1971

Submitted: June 14, 2011

I'm the Strategic Planning/Training Manager for the CA/NV Credit Union League (a trade association for credit unions in CA and NV). I moved back to CA nine years ago after 12 years in New Orleans. I plan to retire in New Orleans within the next two years.

Ronald Lee Kramer, Psychology, 1965

Submitted: June 14, 2011

Still raising horses, sheep and alfalfa.

Peggy Molloy, Art, 1993

Submitted: June 14, 2011

Currently available on Humboldt Access Television are two programs originally produced in the 90's.
Peggy Molloy Dance Class, and Serious Music in Humboldt. The second program features the Music Professor Dr. Leland Barlow.

Elizabeth Fehr, Politics, 2011

Submitted: June 14, 2011

I just got a job working with The Fund for the Public Interest.

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