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  Alumni Updates

Our grads are doing great things.

Robert vanCreveld, Other- Forestry, 1978
Submitted: September 25, 2019
Robert vanCreveld, Forestry, 1978, spent a short time as a forester before becoming a photogrammetrist and aerial mapping photographer. He attended post grad studies in forest survey at the International Institute for Geo Information Science and Earth Observation in the Netherlands. Following a...
Anthony Erba, Forestry & Wildland Resources , 1987
Submitted: July 9, 2019
After nearly 33 years of federal government service, Anthony Erba, Forestry & Wildland Resources, 1987, has retired from the USDA Forest Service to Northern Wisconsin. His last position was as Regional Director (Eastern Region) overseeing environmental planning, litigation, and landscape-...
Karen J. Haner, Natural Resources , 1986
Submitted: July 8, 2019
April 1, 2018 Karen Haner, Natural Resources Planning & Interpretation, 1986, retired from a 36 1/2 year career with the National Park Service. Karen spent the last 20 years serving as the Chief of Interpretation, Education and Cultural Resources at Lassen Volcanic National Park in...
Ron Miller, Forestry & Wildland Resources , 1983
Submitted: June 22, 2019
Ron Miller, Forestry & Wildland Resources, 1983, recently retired after 35 years of government service as a forester. Last year, in celebration of retirement, he walked the French route of the 500-mile Camino de Santiago across northern Spain starting in St. Jean Pied de Port, France and...
Jason Storlie, Wildlife , 2007
Submitted: June 20, 2019
Jason Storlie, Wildlife, 2007, transitioned from wildlife biologist to manager of Bitter Creek and Blue Ridge National Wildlife Refuges.