Eric Riggs

Eric Riggs


Prior to accepting the position of Dean of Humboldt's College of Natural Resources and Sciences, Dr. Eric M. Riggs served as Professor of Geoscience Education in the Department of Geology &Geophysics at Texas A&M University.

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Bori Mazzag

Bori Mazzag

Associate Dean of Academic Programs

Dr. Bori Mazzag serves as the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs in the College of Natural Resources and Sciences. Dr. Mazzag received her Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics in 2002 from UC Davis, then after a postdoctoral position at the College of William and Mary and the University of Utah, she joined the Math faculty in 2005. Dr. Mazzag's research interests are mathematical biology and mathematical modeling. She served as the Chair of Mathematics and Computer Science Departments from 2017 to 2021.

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Rick Zechman

Rick Zechman

Associate Dean of Marine Operations

Rick Zechman is a graduate of Louisiana State University (Ph.D.), University of New Hampshire (M.S.) and University of North Carolina, Wilmington (B.S.). Following a postdoctoral fellowship at Duke University, Rick was a Professor of Biology at Fresno State for 16 years, where he taught courses in botany, phylogenetics and evolution, and marine biology. In addition, Rick has taught field marine science courses at Shoals Marine Lab (Cornell University) for over 20 years.

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Anthony Baker

Anthony Baker

Academic Resource & Operations Analyst

  • University / College strategic budget planning and modeling
  • Coordination and consultation on strategic activities and resources
  • Database reporting and analysis
  • Coordination and analysis of general and special college funding
  • Coordination of college and university wide support of safety particularly in the laboratory

Anthony Baker, Academic Resource & Operations Analyst for the College of Natural Resources and Sciences (CNRS), Dean's Office: Anthony is an Humboldt graduate, having received his B.S.

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