EVST Alumni Information

  • Dave Strohmaier, Missoula City Council (MS 2000)
  • Betsy Hands, MT State Legislature (MS 2002)
  • Michelle Reinhart, MT State Legislature (MS 2005)
  • Ron Erickson, MT State Legislature (Professor Emeritus)
  • Director of Advocacy , Organic Seed Alliance
  • State Agricultural Liaison for MT Senator Jon Tester
  • Agricultural Program Specialist & Rural MT FoodCorps Coordinator, National Center for Appropriate Technology
  • Extension Faculty, Small Farms Program, Oregon State University
  • Outreach Manager, Deschutes Land Trust, OR
  • Land Use and Agricultural Viability Program Coordinator, Community Food and Ag Coalition, MT
  • Farm to School and Farm-Based Education Coordinator, Shelburne Farms, VT
  • Organic Certification Specialist and Inspector, Quality Certification Services
  • Development Director, Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides
  • Five alumni hold regular positions at Garden City Harvest, MT
  • Farmers/ranchers (about 8)
  • Professor and Director of Campus Sustainability at Sullivan County Community College in their Green Building Maintenance and Management Program
  • Environmental Justice Coordinator and Urban Farm Project Manager for the Viet Village Urban Farm in New Orleans
  • Sustainable Ag and Local Food Program Manager for the Alternative Energy Resources Organization in Montana
  • Teacher and school garden coordinator at the KIPP Charter School in Denver, which primarily serves low-income, Latino students
  • Law school student Matt Hodges, 2011
  • Risk Communication Consultant Steve Ackerlund, 2011
  • Ph.D. student in ecotourism Laura Becerra, 2009
  • USDA Food and Nutrition Service Jan Armstrong, 2010
  • Environmental Lawyer Brenda Lindlief Hall, 2010
  • Outdoor Education Center Director Mike Krug , 2011
  • Policy Director, Women's Voices for the Earth Jamie Silberberger, 2007
  • Program Administrator, U.S. AID Mumtaz Ahmad, 2008
  • Montana Supreme Court Clerk Ted Fellman, 2008
  • Volunteer Coordinator, National Park Service Molly McKinley, 2007

Over the quarter century, EVST students have conducted an almost unbelievably broad range of research. Due to our interdisciplinary format‐‐and the strong role our program plays on the campus‐‐each of these students found faculty able to help move their research to a successful conclusion. Below is a sample of topics studied from 1974 to 2000. All Environmental Studies theses and professional papers up to the present can be accessed online at UM's Scholarworks page (click here).  

2000

  • Wilderness Case Law for Citizens and Managers
  • Western Religious Beliefs and the Environment‐A Georgian's View
  • Watershed Restoration Assessment for Lost Creek ‐ a tributary of the Upper Clark Fork River
  • To Sing of Egrets: Water Use, Culture and Conflict on Montana's Bitterroot River
  • The What, Why and How of Watershed Conservation: People and Watersheds in Western Montana
  • The Effect of Northern Pygmy‐Owl (glaucidium gnoma) False Eyespots on Avian Mobbing
  • The Agency Decision‐Making Process: A Fair Hearing for Conservation Biology Spatial Modeling of Copper Concentrations Through Aquatic Ecosystem Components of Soda Butte Creek, Yellowstone National Park
  • School Yard Ecology in Rural Mexico: Implications for Conservation?
  • Restoring O'Brian Creek
  • Reading‐Wings of Compassion
  • Living With Winter: An Integrated Curriculum for Middle Grades
  • Geography Education Virtual Trunk
  • Fish Diversity, Microhabitat Use & Behavior in Secondary Channels of the Bitterroot River, Montana
  • Effects of Disturbance Edges on Plant Communities and Invasive Species in a Western Montane Forest
  • Designing Studies to Monitor Grizzly Bear Linkage Zone Effectiveness: Exploring Options for the Swan Valley Grizzly Bear Conservation Agreement Case Study Demonstrating Cross‐Regulation Compliance for Utility Emission Sources Using a Centralized Database and opsEnvironmental TMSoftware ‐ A Case Study of Colorado Spring Utilities Environmental Data Management System
  • Dead Wood & Live Trees: Regeneration of a Lenga (Nothofagus pumilo) Forest in Northwestern Argentina
  • Cyborg Environmentalism and the Privileged Leftist
  • Collaborative Approaches in Natural Resources Decision Making: A Southeast Alaska Perspective
  • All About Amphibians ‐ An Environmental Education Curriculum for Western Montana High Schools
  • A Journey North: Hiking the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine
  • A Critical Look at Land Exchanges as Solutions to the Checkerboard Landscape in the Northern Rockies

1999

  • Zoogeography of the Gray wolf in Idaho: A Historical Review
  • Urban By Design: Guidelines for Sustainable Redevelopment on West Broadway, Missoula, Montana.
  • Thy Will Be Done On Earth: Christian Environmental Activism
  • The Future of the Endangered Species Act: Substantive Statute with Teeth or Procedural Paper Tiger?
  • The Ecological Basis for Community Participation in Land and Resource Conservation
  • The Abundance and Population Structure of Some Economically Important Trees of Piedras Blancas National Park, Costa Rica
  • Taking Bicycles Seriously: Three Urban Bicycle Development Projects
  • So Close to Falling: The Removal of Hydroelectric Dams on the Elwha and Kennebec Rivers
  • Return of the Native, Buffalo Restoration at the Ft. Belknap Indian Reservation Integrating Environmental Education into a Science Curriculum ‐ A Proposal for Missoula County Public Schools
  • Improving Stream Bioassessment Methods for the Montana Valleys and Foothill Prairies Ecoregion...or...What Bugs Tell Us About Stream Health
  • Evaluation of Wetland Health of Prairie Potholes at the Bandy Ranch, Ovando, Montana
  • Effects of Low‐Intensity, Prescribed Burns on the Community Composition of Birds in the Northern Rockies
  • Drift Smoke: A Meditation on Fire and Loss in the West
  • Distribution and fAbundance of Tubifex tubifex in Cottonwood Creek in the Blackfoot River Drainage
  • Coffee, Consumerism, and Conservation: An Environmental Discourse Analysis of the Sustainable Coffee Movement
  • Caring for Consequences, Listening to Voices: Understanding Application and Suggestions for Environmental Justice in the Public Schools
  • Born of the River: The Literature of Glen Canyon
  • Blackfoot Environmental Ethnography
  • An Anthology of Vermin
  • Alagae of Alfalfa: Which Should We Grow with Missoula's Municipal Wastewater Discharge? An Evaluation of the Constructed Wetland/Land Application Option for Missoula's Future Wastewater Treatment Needs
  • A Vision For The Future: Chemical, Physical and Biological Goals for the Clark Fork River Basin
  • A Toxic Train Ran Through It: Environmental Injustice in Our Own Backyard (a video documentary).

1998

  • Wilderness Airstrips ‐ A Framework for Determining Congressional Intent for Nonconforming Wilderness Uses
  • Water Rights and Riverine‐Riparian Ecology on the Wind River Indian Reservation: The Collision of Histories, A Tradition of Neglect and Suggestions for Resolution Urban Agriculture, Ecological Cities, and the Seeds of Change: A Not‐So‐Mutant Message from Down Under
  • Trails are for People: The Appropriate Role of Off‐Road Vehicles in National Forests
  • Toward A Law of The Land: The Clean Water Act As A Federal Mandate For The Implementation of An Ecosystem Approach To Land Management
  • The Rock Creek Trust At Work: A Case Study of Conservation Easements on Private Land in the Rock Creek Drainage
  • The Development of Snowmobile Policy in Yellowstone National Park
  • The Butterfly Effect
  • Subdividing Eden ‐ Land Use and Change in the Bitterroot Valley 1930‐1998 Socio‐Economic, Cultural and Ecological Impacts of the Global Echinacea Market on the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Reservation
  • Serpent in the Garden ‐ Potential Impacts of Mining in the Rainforest of the 'Nature Island', Dominica
  • Regional Food and Agriculture Marketing: Promoting Local Foods to Benefit Local Communities, Environments and Economies
  • Privatization and Its Influence on the Development of Legal Environmental Protection System in Kazakhstan
  • Prairie Dog Control in the United States: An analysis of Programs and Policies
  • Permit Value: A Hidden Key to the Public Land Grazing Dispute
  • On the Edge of Wilderness: A Review of Wildlife, Recreation and Motorized Access on the Western Rim of Hells Canyon
  • In Search of the Lost Roots: Recovering Buryat‐Mongolian Ethnopedagogical Traditions in Khabsagai Culture‐Ecology‐Education Center
  • Groundwater Quantity and Quality of the Eight Mile, RavalliCounty, Montana
  • Flying Lessons
  • Examining State Mining Laws in Montana and Colorado
  • Ecological Health Assessment of a Wetland Mitigation Site ‐ Lawrence Park, Kalispell, MT
  • Developing Environmental Education Program in Moldova: A Practical Guide for Teachers
  • Community Naturalists in the Schools Project: Infusing Experiential Natural History Curricula into Schools
  • Come Out Even‐A Season of Rodeo and Wild Horse Wrangling in Wyoming Campaigning for Chlorine
  • California Farming
  • Bitterroots: A Collection of Environmental Writing on Environmental Ethics
  • An Analysis of the Effect of an Environmental Science Course on Student Attitudes A Wetlands Guide for Teton Valley, Idaho
  • A GIS Model for Identifying Potential Black‐Tailed Prairie Dog Habitat in the Northern Great Plains Shortgrass Prairie
  • A Citizens' Guide to Wildland Road Removal

1997

  • Walk Me Home
  • The Social and Political Viability of Biological Corridors on Private Land: A Case Study in Lewis and Clark County, MT
  • The Life History and Distribution of a Rare Stonefly Isogenoides zionensis (Insecta: Plecoptera) in Relation to Extreme Environmental Variation
  • The Contested Cordillera: Forest Conversion and Conflict in a Dominican Watershed The Community Problem Investigation Manual: A Teacher's Guide for Integrating Instruction with Community Action Projects
  • Technology and the Decline of Convivial
  • Spatial Patterns of Woody Plant Regeneration in California's Central Valley Floodplain Forest
  • Sled Dogs in Montana ‐ Possibilities and Implications ‐ Socio‐Ecological Study
  • Safe Aid: A Food Safety Training Program for Food Banks
  • Riparian and Aquatic Habitat Monitoring on the Kootenai National Forest
  • Radon in Missoula Valley Aquifer
  • Protecting a Wild and Scenic River‐‐An Examination of the Public Participation Process and an Environmental Organization's Strategy Within That Process: The Wild and Scenic Snake River in Hells Canyon A Case Study
  • On the Brink of the Spirit World
  • Meaningful Reform of the National Forests: Will a Trust Paradigm Provide the Balance of Environmental quality and Resource Production Needed for sustainable Development?
  • It Depends on Us: Building U.S.‐Russian Partnerships for Environmental Protection
  • Gender, Power & the Environmental Movement: A Critique & Model for Change
  • From Here to Eternity: The Management of Matazarno Piscidia carthagenensis, in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
  • Environmental Citizenship: The Design and Development of the Environmental Organizing Semester at the University of Montana
  • Comparison of Bird Communities in Developed, Undeveloped, and Greenbelt Riparian Areas
  • Community Collaboration and U.S. Forest Service Decision‐mkaing: A Case Study inthe Swan Valley, Montana
  • Caught Between the Trickster and the Savior: A Conservation Organization's Efforts to Reconnect the Turks with Nature
  • Blazing the Trail to Ecotopia? Demonstrating More Sustainable Ways of Living in Various Urban Settings
  • Attitudes of Residents Toward Wolves and Wolf Management in a Rural Community in Western Montana
  • Anatomy of a Gas Spill in Montana: an attorney's view
  • Alaska's 1992 Wolf Control Plans: Why They Failed
  • A Comparison of Community Gardening Efforts in Austin, San Francisco and New York City

1996

  • Toward an Ecosystem Reserve Complex fo The Canadian Rockies
  • The Effects of Environmental Policies and Programs on the Reforetation Effort in Vietnam
  • The Contested Terrain of Butte, Montana: Social Landscapes of Risk and Resiliency Public Participation within the National Environmental Policy Act Featuring a Case Study of the Brooks/South/Russell Traffic Improvement Project
  • Practical Non‐Anthropocentrism: Environmental Value Formation Through Intentional Community
  • Montana's Cyanide Mining Experiment: Learning from Bitter Experience
  • Mining Seven‐Up Pete: The Role of Video in Environmental Advocacy‐‐Documenting Montana's Largest Cyanide Gold Mine Proposed for the Blackfoot River
  • Looking for Hope: Environmental Themes in Seven Speculative Fiction Novels Listening to Bike Lanes: Beyond the Feud
  • False Populism: A Profile of Wise Use Activity in Montana
  • Critical Perspectives in Environmental Values Education
  • Creating a Reserve within the Thunderbasin National Grasslands of Eastern Wyoming
  • Conservation of Columbian Sharp‐Tailed Grouse, with Special Emphasis on the Upper Blackfoot Valley, Montana
  • Charting a Course for a Healthy River System: Results from a 1995 Survey of Clark Fork‐Pend Oreille Coalition Members
  • Barriers to Waste Reduction in Small Business: Three Case Studies
  • A Lesson in Loss, A Triumph of Sovereignty: The Mission Mountains Tribal Wilderness

1995

  • Yearning Wild: Confessions of a Recovering Alpha Male
  • Without Compromising the Future: Sustainability in Missoula
  • Wellhead Protection Planning: A Comparison of Two Communities
  • Voices from Within: An Oral History of Women Environmental Activists in Montana The Re‐Evolution of Resource Efficient Housing and the Guide to Resource Efficient Building Elements
  • The Grassroots Struggle for Environmental Justice: The Need for a New Approach to Public Health in Kern County, California
  • The Environmental Movement On‐Line:Colonizing The Internet
  • The Design of an Innovative Teacher Training Course: Environmental Education for Secondary School Teachers
  • Silviculture vs. Nature‐An ecological assessment of forest health management alternatives
  • Restoration in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: The Creation of a Greater Yellowstone Restoration Corps
  • Organizational Values of the US Forest Service Reflected in Changes in the Administrative Appeals Process
  • On‐Site Vegetation Restoration Techniques Developed and Applied in Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska
  • Nest Site and Habitate Selection of Buteo Species in Southeast Washington and the Use of GIS to Model Nest Habitat Quality
  • Mountain Goats in Olympic National Park: Reasonable Doubt?
  • Managing Public Lands to Support Viable Wildlife Populations in Montana's High Plains: The Montana High Plains Ecosystem Recovery Plan
  • Maldevelopment in West Virginia
  • Illegal Solid Waste Disposal in Western Montana, Missoula County, A Case Study 'Friend to the Desert Owl' Towards a Jewish Environmental Ethic: Story, Law and Ritual
  • Field Journals...Connecting People with Place
  • Down the Clark Fork: A River Rebounds
  • Developing an Environmental Education Program at Teller Wildlife Refuge Chloroform Exposure and Dose Determination Associated with Competitive Swimmers During A Two‐Hour Swim Practice
  • Bio‐Regional Planning: An Ecological Approach to Land
  • Affordable Resource Efficiency: An Introduction to Living Within Our Means
  • A Comparison of Bird Abundance Among Selectively Logged, Old‐Growth, and Mature, Second‐Growth Ponderosa Pine/Douglas‐Fir Stands

1994

  • Wolves and Humans: Teaching Controversial Issues in the Classroom
  • Toxic Landscapes: An Argument for Toxics Use Reduction and Citizen Strategies for Montana
  • Toward the Development of a Vegetation Classification System Designed to Aid in the Maintenance of Native Biodiversity
  • The Paper Park Tempest of Sochi: Describing, analyzing and strategizing protection of the complex of protected natural areas in the Greater Sochi Region of Russia
  • The Need for Conservation Strategy in Pattee Canyon or Protecting Land through Benign Neglect
  • The Group to Which People Belong
  • Supplementing Pacific Salmon Populations with Hatchery‐Reared Individuals: Its Impact on Fitness and Role in Conservation
  • Subby Gets Slimed: A Role for Stories in Environmental Education
  • Sense of Place Education
  • Recreating Environmental Education: An Ecocentric Response to the Mainstream Or Else We Would Fly Away: A History of Place and Placelessness
  • Linkage Zone Identification and Evaluation of Management Options for Grizzly Bears in the Evaro Hill Area
  • Her Sweet Faith
  • Healing The Vermin Within
  • Environmentalism 2000: The Senior Environment Corps
  • Condoms and Corporations: Perspectives and Action on Population Among Environmental Organizations at the National Level and in Montana
  • Being as it used to be long ago, may I walk
  • An Evaluation of the Bureau of Land Management's Areas of Critical Environmental Concern Program in Utah
  • A Summary of Ponderosa Pine (pinus ponderosa) Management Activities in the Lick Creek Drainage of the Bitterroot National Forest
  • A Greenhouse Grows in Missoula: Urban Sustainable Living in Theory and Practice 1992 Missoula Carbon Monoxide Saturation Study

1993

  • Wolves and Ecology: Experiential Learning and Attitude Change
  • Through Grizzlies' Eyes: Assessing the Effects of Salmon Fisheries' Enhancement on Brown Bears in the McNeil/Paint River Ecosystm, Kamishak Bay, Alaska
  • The National Wildlife Refuge System: Does It Live up to Its Name?
  • The Effects of Logging on Fishery Habitat in Belt Geology Streams
  • Strategies for Preserving the Biological Diversity of the Rocky Mountain Front
  • Role of Nutrients in Controlling Stream Algae Levels in a Developing Watershed of the Northern Rockies
  • Protection of Predator/Prey Diversity in the North Fork Valley of the Flathead River: A Case for Land Use Planning
  • Private Property Rights vs. Total Government Control: The Fight to Reform the Montana Subdivision and Platting Act in the 53rd Legislative Assembly
  • Needs, Constraints, and Potentials for Implementing the Precautionary Principle and Clean Production in Hungary
  • Multiple Abusers and Eco‐Freaks: A Comparison of Values Between the Wise Use Movement and the Environmental Movement
  • Malevolent Disdain, Impoverished Desire and Oblivious Neglect: The Sensitive Species Program in Three National Forests
  • Loss of the Human Capacity for Inter‐Species Communication
  • Landscaping for Wildlife
  • Japan's Official Development Assistance and the Environment: Sending Charcoal in Snowy Weather?
  • How Does Nature Speak to Our Concern: A Rhythm of Dialogue and Responsibility in Environmental Ethics and Wilderness Preservation
  • Environmental Education: The Cultural Bridge ‐‐ A Case Study of Native People and Land and Wildlife Management Agencies in Northwest Alaska (done as joint project w/EVST student Theresa Ferraro)
  • Environmental Education: The Cultural Bridge ‐‐ A Case Study of Native People and Land and Wildlife Management Agencies in Northwest Alaska (done as joint project w/EVST student Beth Beringer)
  • Environmental Education in Kenya: The Need for a Community‐Based Biology Curriculum in the Secondary Schools
  • Designing an Educational Program to Foster Environmentally Responsible Behavior and Utilization by Teachers
  • Death by Development: The Boreal Nations and the Boreal Forest
  • Biophysical and Biological Study at Six Sites on Ashley Creek, Flathead County, Montana. 1990
  • Beyond Paternalism: Building a Partnership with the Poor Farmer in Agricultural Development (Thoughts on the Honduran Experience)
  • A Plan to Promote Environmental Education Learner Goals and Objectives in the MT Public Schools

1992

  • Water Quality Benefits of the Missoula Phosphate Ban in the Clark Fork River
  • The Political Community and Nature: A Look at the 1988 Missoula County Lolo Peak Ballot Issue
  • The Occurrence and Distribution of Perchloroethylene in the Missoula Valley Aquifer
  • The Montana Subdivision and Planning Act
  • The Facts of Ozonization on Humic Acids and Removal Efficiency of Humic Acid ‐‐ Copper Complex with Coagulation/Filtration Method
  • Sussex School Backyard Nature Area Project
  • Relationships between Environmental Groups and Daily Newspapers: A Western Montana Perspective
  • Regulating Mining in Montana: Stealing the Common from the Goose
  • Now and Forever: The Conflict between Economics and Forestry in the Management of Plum Creek Timberland in Montana
  • Local Groundwater Protection Approaches ‐‐ Missoula MT: A Case Study
  • Into the Heart of the Beast: The Case for Environmental Advertising
  • Indian Water Rights in Montana: A Case Study
  • In the Land of the Heart
  • Impasse over Montana Wilderness and Environmental Prospective
  • Gringos in the Mist: A Naturalist Journey through Ecuador
  • Facilitating the Human Resource of Innovation: An Interpretation of Collaborative Water Planning in Upper Clark Fork Basin, Montana
  • Environmental Education and Ecological Rehabilitation: A Synthesis
  • Developing a New Lead District in Missouri: A Conflict between Maintaining a Mining Heritage and Preserving Ecological Integrity on the Ozark Highland Comparative Effects of Wildfire and Timber Harvest on Periphyton and Zoobenthos in Two Northern Rocky Mountain Streams
  • A Transition in Western Furbearer Polity: Management as a Non‐Economic Source
  • A Planning Model for Rural Community Development
  • A Battery Management Program for a Community with a Landfill

1991

  • The Wildness of Wilderness: A Study of Designated DeFacto and Personal Wilderness
  • The Status of Environmental Education in the Public Schools of Montana The Political Economy of Middle East Oail: The Gulf Cooperation Council The Healing Power of Nature in Wilderness
  • Stories of Humans and Other Animals
  • Phosphorus Sources in Gold Creek, A Tributary of the Clark Fork River in Western Montana
  • Like Nothing Uphill: Ecology and Conservation of a Northern Minnesota Peat Bog Legal Protection for Native American Sacred Landscapes Involving Forest Service
  • Lands
  • Grass Seeding for Wildfire Rehabilitation: Science and Policy
  • Evolving Western Water Policy
  • Determination of Cadmium Toxicity and the Relationship between Dose and Metallothionein Levels in the Honey Bee
  • Biohydrometallurgy: A Review and Policy Recommendations
  • Analysis and Preparation of a Baseline Data Inventory for a Rural‐Suburban Property Conservation Easement, Grant Creek Valley, Missoula MT
  • An Examination of the Benthic Insect Populations and Surface Substrate Characteristics in Two Granitic Streams in the Lolo National Forest, MT
  • A Guide to the Teller Wildlife Refuge
  • A Developmental Sequence for the Ecological Self

1990

  • The Tropical Forestry Action Plan: An Assessment of NonGovernmental Organization's Support
  • The Effectiveness of Limiting Use in Wilderness Areas
  • Studied to Death
  • Soluble Reactive Phosphorus Concentrations in the Upper Clark Fork River

1989

  • The State of Environmental Education in Montana Public Schools, K ‐ 6
  • The Public Hearing Process: Considerations for Local Environmental Health Agencies
  • Population Characteristics and the Effects of Hunting on Black Bears in a Portion of Northwestern Montana
  • Ponderosa Ponderings: Essays on the Cultural and Natural History of the Ponderosa Pine
  • Patterns in U.S. Forest Service Northern Region Timber Sale Appeals
  • Llama Packing: A Guide for the Low Impact Use of Llamas in the Backcountry
  • Heart of Sky, Heart of Earth: The Role of Sacred Mountains in World Religions and Primal Traditions
  • Great Spirits: Leaders and Leadership in the American Conservation Movement 1989
  • Changes in the Benthic Community of Lake Creek, Mt.: Resulting from Mine Tailings Contamination

1998

  • Use of Native American Oral Tradition in Environmental Education Strength/Moisture Relationship and Hydraulic Conductivity of Mexican Tepetate Sixth Grader's Attitudes About Wild Animals
  • Radioactive Fallout Monitoring Before and After the 1963 Nuclear Weapons Test Ban Treaty
  • Phosphorous Removal Alternatives at the Missoula Wastewater Treatment Plant
  • On Perceptions and Actions: Probing the Relationship Between Wilderness Use, Risk Perception and Personality
  • A Case Study of Listing Endangered Species: The Salt Marsh Wandering Shrew, Sorex vagrans halicotes

1987

  • The Frenchtown Pulp Mill and the Clark Fork River: A Case Study in Water Quality Decision Making and Public Participation
  • The Efficacy of Ohio Sierra Club Endorsements in 1986 Elections
  • Survey of Pesticide Use in Missoula, MT
  • Severance Tax Reliance in Twelve Western and Southern States with Case Studies of Alaska and Montana
  • Photochemical Production of Ozone: A Correlation Study Using GTE/CITE Data Natural Resources, Economic Development and Self Determination on Montana's Indian Reservations: The Salish and Kootenai Example
  • Mother Earth: Time for a New Metaphor
  • Hydrology and Probable Hydrologic Impacts Related to Coal Strip Mining at Big Sky Mine, Colstrip, Montana
  • Environmental Relationships Among Wetland Community Types of the Northern Range, Yellowstone National Park
  • Effects of a Kraft Mill Effluent on Riffle Community Metabolism in a Large River
  • An ROS Based Inventory Methodology for Nordic Skiing
  • Air Pollution Control Policy and the Market for Northern Great Plains Coal
  • A Status Report on the Nation's Wetlands

1986

  • Towards a Comprehensive Waste Reduction Strategy for Missoula, MT; Including a Critical Analysis of the MontPIRG Recycling Survey.
  • Successional Pathways of a Grand Fir (Abies Grandis) Forest Based on Thirty‐Three Years of Evidence
  • Pilgrimage and Change: War, Peace and Environment
  • Particulate Source Apportionment in Missoula, Montana: A Comparision of Two Winters, 1979‐80 and 1982‐83
  • Earth‐Bonding in Environmental Education: A Unique Approach to Teacher Inservice Training
  • Determination of Inherent Contrast for Teleradiometer Data Processing Contributions to Potable Water Contamination from Septic System Effluent in Unsewered Areas Underlain by Coarse Sand and Gravel Substrates: Documentation of Treatment By the System and Vadose Zone of Dispersion by the Aquifer Communication of Toxic Health Information: Arsenic in Milltown, Montana Common Factors Among Successful Nature Centers
  • Claiming the Cabinets: The Right to Mine in Wilderness Areas
  • A Model of Groundwater Response for Reservoir Management and the Implications for Kokanee Salmon Spawning, Flathead Lake, Montana
  • A Cumulative Concentration Air Pollutant Model for the Northfork Flathead River Valley

1985

  • The Impact of a Drawdown on the Movement of Heavy Metals Through a Small Impondment on a Mine Contaminated River
  • The Effects of Socialism on Cuban Fertility
  • Rate of Instream Sedimentation of Fine Particulate Organic Matter as a Measure of Water Quality Degradation by the Pulp/Paper Mill
  • Pornography, Hunting and the Anxiety of Control
  • Past and Present Influences of the Grazing Animal in Relation to Spotted Knapweed and Leafy Spurge in Montana
  • Park Visitors Attitudes Toward Wolf Recovery in Yellowstone National Park
  • Living with the Grizzly: Perceptions of Mission Valley Residents
  • It's a M.U.D., M.U.D., M.U.D., M.U.D. World! Experiments in Self‐Reliance at the Missoula Urban Demonstration Project.
  • Hydrogeologic Behavior of the United States Antimony Corporation's Tailing Disposal Site, Sanders County, Montana
  • Determination of the Metals Balance Within the Missoula Sewage System Plant
  • A Case Study of the Hydrogeology and Ground‐Water Contamination of Milltown Valley, Montana

1984

  • Protecting Montana's Water for Future Use: Water Reservation History, Status & Alternatives
  • Pollution Monitoring in the Flathead Valley with Honey Bees
  • Of bears and women: Investigating the hypothesis that menstruation attracts bears Mutagenicity Assays of Particulate Matter in Missoula, Montana
  • Impact of Copper Smelter Emission on Subalpine Vegetation in the Anaconda‐Pintlar Range
  • Growing with the Earth: A Manual for Mentors
  • Grizzly Bear Habitat and Management in the Rattlesnake National Recreation Area and Wilderness
  • Elkhorn Mountains Wildlife Management Unit: Past, Present, and Future of a Forest Service Planning Prototype
  • Effects on Reserve Pit Reclamation on Groundwater Quality at Selected Oil Well Sites in Eastern Montana and Western North Dakota
  • Convincing the Home Builder to Build Solar Homes: An Evaluation of the Passive Solar Workshop for Builders
  • An Evaluation of Montana's Water Reservation Policy
  • An Analysis of Residential Energy Conservation in Missoula, Montana

1983

  • The Private Protection of Natural Environments
  • The Distribution and Concentration of Flourides in Native Vegetation and Small Mammal Species in the Vicinity of the St. Regis Indian Reserve, 1977
  • Public Acceptance of Sludge Land Application
  • Industrial and Export Potential of Northern Great Plains Coal
  • Financing Energy Conservation: A Guide for Montana Communities
  • Economic Analysis of the Residential Fuel‐Switching Policy, Seoul, Korea
  • An Investigation into the Potential for a Giardia Lamblia Contamination in the Rattlesnake NRAW

1982

  • The Power Without: On the Practice of Wilderness Teaching 1982
  • The Nature of Eastern Montana's Climate 1900‐1980 1982
  • The Civilian Conservation Corps in Virginia, 1933‐42 1982
  • The Biological Effect of Water Pollution in the Clark Fork River 1982
  • Evaluation of Flouride in Vegetation and Mammals in the Garrison, Montana Area 1982
  • Economic Analysis of Proposed Forest Service Timber Sales: A Case Study of the Ketchikan Salvage Sale
  • Flathead National Forest 1982
  • A Survey of Trace Metal Pollution in a forest ecosystem southwest of the Anaconda Copper Smelter, Montana

1981

  • The Ogallala Aquifer Recharge Study: A View from Upstream
  • Testing the Wyoming Habitat Quality Index on Montana Streams and Rivers
  • Rocky Mountain Wildflowers and their Environment: A Slide Series
  • Public Participation Before the Montana State Board of Health and Environmental Sciences
  • Federal/State/Tribal Compact Negotiation: An Opportunity to Quantify Federal Reserved and Indian Water Rights in Montana
  • An Assesment of the Need for Low Emission Performance Standards for Residential Wood‐Burning Devices in the Airshed of Missoula, Montana
  • An Air Pollution Source Apportionment Study for Billings, MT: 1978 through 1980
  • A Multielemental Analysis and Source Category Apportionment of Inhalable Suspended Particulate Matter in Butte, Montana

1980

  • The Proposed Cabin Creek Coal Development: the Social Impact for the North Fork of the Flathead River
  • The Environmental Degradation of Belt Creek
  • Oral Dose vs. Tissue Residue of Arsenic in the Honeybee
  • Occupational Health: The Issues and the Agencies

1979

  • The Effects of Airborne Flourides on Wild Lagomorphs
  • Song Dog
  • Local Air Pollution Control Legislation in Montana, 1979
  • Land Use Inventory: A Case Study on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation Institutional Change and Environmental Protection: Public Trusts and Other Reforms
  • A Selected Review of State Natural Heritage Inventories with Recommendations for Montana

1978

  • Wilderness and the Social Ecology of Attitude Change Among College Students Water Use
  • Surface Water and Water Rights of the Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana: A Review
  • Solar Heating Guide for Western Montana: A Nuts and Bolts Construction Manual for Building a Solar Space and Water Heater
  • Residue of Lead, Mercury and Organochlorine Pesticides in Whistling Swans, 1973
  • Impact on the Aquatic Ecosystem by Mining in the Mike Horse Area, Heddleston Mining District, Lewis & Clark County, Montana

1977

  • Selected Montana Laws, Discrepancies and Possible Effects on Population Growth Public Transportation in Glacier National Park
  • Energy Facility Siting Legislation in the 1977 Montana House of Representatives
  • Churches, Public Interest Groups and Environmental Issues in the Northern Rockies
  • Aspects of the Ecology of Two Sympatric Species of Thamnophis and Heavy Metal Accumulation Within the Species
  • An Airphoto Interpretative Approach Toward Resource Inventory and Land‐Use Planning: Brewster Creek Study Area, Granite County, Montana
  • A Selenium Content Survey of Selected Flora and Soils Surrounding the East Helena Smelter Complex, East Helena, Montana

1976

  • Toxicity of Zectran in Microalgae Subjected to Natural Environmental Stress
  • Saving the Earth: A Study of Membership in the Sierra Club
  • Preservation, the Public Interest and Environmental Reform
  • Hydrogen Sulfide Damage to Lodgepole Pine In Yellowstone National Park
  • Concentration of Heavy Metals in the Sediments of a Hydroelectric Impondment Assessing the Esthetics of Timber Harvesting in the Northern Rockies
  • A Collection of Eight Wildlife Conservation Controversies
  • A Bacteriological Investigation of the Haskell Creek Drainage

1975

  • Winter Water Quality of the Big Mountain Ski Area, Whitefish, Montana
  • The Predator Control Controversy in Montana and the West
  • Species Diversity of Stream Insects as a Measure of Ecological Stress, Post Creek, Lake County, Montana
  • A Validity Model for Public Involvement
  • A Compilation and Synthesis of Existing Water Resource Information on the Bitteroot Drainage, Montana
  • A Comparative Study of the Aquatic Insect Populations of Rock Creek, Montana and Its Major Tributaries

1974

  • The Science of Weather Modification and its Application in Wilderness Areas
  • The Montana Environmental Policy Act (MEPA): An Overview
  • The Determination, Assessment and Design of In‐Stream Value Studies for the Northern Great Plains Region
  • Subdivision in the Flathead
  • Play Behavior as Exhibited in the Mammals that Frequent Montana
  • Influence of Stauffer Chemical Company on Flouride Distribution in the Silverbow, Montana Area
  • Carbon Monoxide in the Missoula Valley
  • A Study of the Community Gradient of the Benthic Insects of Wilbur Creek in Glacier National Park, Montana

1973

An Inquiry Into the Distribution of Flouride in the Environment of Garrison, Montana

1972

  • Progressive Acid Dissolution as a Technique for Determining the Potassium Supply of Forest Soils
  • Missoula Valley Air Pollution Study
  • Legislative Regulation of Beverage Containers
  • Interspecific Food Relationships of Anurans in Northwestern Montana and Flouride Accumulation in Amphibians and Reptiles in Northwestern Montana

This list shows occupation, state, and year of graduation. The list is not complete, but it should give you an idea of where our students ended up—so far!

  • Missoula City‐County Health Dept. ‐ air pollution,MT,1994
  • Junior High Teacher‐ Math/science/health,MT,1976 Gadfly,MT,1992
  • Senior Biologist for consulting firm,CA,1988
  • Consulting work on Super Fund Sites,CA,1985
  • Montana Field Representative for Defenders ofWildlife, attorney,MT,1976
  • Senior Resource Specialist & Manager ofconsulting firm,MT,1975
  • Principal Geologist & Corporate Environmental Practice Manager, Environmental Consulting,WI,1975
  • Project Manager for environmental studies, ASARCO,UT,1986
  • High School Librarian,MT,1991
  • Research/Program Coordinator, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine,OH,1981
  • Ph.D. candidate, Forestry, UM,MT,1992
  • Assistant Attorney General,MT,1979
  • Environmental Biologist,MT,1977
  • Ph.D. Candidate in Psychology, University of Montana,MT,1974
  • Geologist, National Wildlife Federation,MT,1992
  • Retired Information Director, Forest Service Region 1, Missoula MT,1975
  • Administrative Director,MT,1995
  • Hazardous Waste Consultant Special Resource Management,ID,1987
  • Bison Engineering, Helena, MT,MT,1981
  • Management Wildlife Refuge, Guiding/Outfitting Flyfishing,MT,1977
  • Northeast field worker for the Washington Environmental Council,WA,1984
  • Environmental Consultant ‐‐Air and Noise,WA,1981
  • Environmental lawyer and scientist for consulting firm,WA,1991
  • Weldor Wildlife Fellow, Dept. Fisheries & Wildlife, Utah State University,1973
  • Part‐time coach pre‐school teacher, Glacier Wilderness in summers,MT,1983
  • Recreation Technician, BLM, ,ID,1987
  • High School Science Teacher,TX,1977
  • Consulting Researcher, US Geological Survey,UT,1976
  • Coordinator, Atlantic Center for the Environment,CA,1993
  • Teacher, High School,MT,1991
  • President of Applied Environmental, Inc. consulting firm,CO,1974
  • Aquatic biologist for Salish and Kootenai tribes,MT,1989
  • Director of Government Relations, Lutheran Church, California Office,CA,1977
  • Government relations with the Nature Conservancy,D.C.,1986
  • Consultant, Self Employed,CO,1986
  • Consultant ‐‐analyzes bug samples for federal and state agencies,MT,1992
  • Research report writer for chemical companies,1986
  • Solar Specialist, Building Applications Branch,CO,1984
  • Instructor ‐Wild Rockies Field Institute,MT,1993
  • Biochemist,IA,1991
  • Lockheed, Acting Quality Assurance Manager, Nuclear Radiation Assessment Division,NV,1986
  • Environmental Health Officer, U of MT,1985
  • Naturalist, Headlands Institute,CA,1995
  • Public Relations Coordinator, Westport River Watershed Alliance,MA,1995
  • Outreach Specialist in Environmental & Science Ed.,MI,1986
  • USFS Environmental Coordinator,MT,1982
  • Director of Legal Affairs Division, Environmental Administration, Korean Government,Seoul,1983
  • Research Assistant II, The Ecosystems Center,MA,1987
  • Consultant Parametrix Inc, Solid and Hazardous Waste,WA,1984
  • Attorney, Private Practice, specializing in Environmental Law,MT,1984
  • Big Sky High School teacher,MT,1992
  • Environmental Education Specialist, Department of National Parks, Botswana, 1993
  • Geologist for Groundwater Technology,CA,1987
  • Outdoor Recreation Planner for the BLM, Elko, NV,NV,1982
  • District Ranger, USFS, Salmon ID,ID,1981
  • Freelance Writer,MT,1995
  • High School Social Studies/PE Teacher,WA,1983
  • Executive Director, Northern Lights Institute,MT,1991
  • Free lance writer,MT,1992
  • Consulting Ecologist; (contracts with Forest Service),MT,1984
  • Musician, native flute maker,MT,1984
  • Wilderness Specialist, USFS,MT,1989
  • Editor, Falcon Press,UT,1994
  • Faculty member at Ft. Belknap reservation school,MT,1993
  • Chief, Billings office; MT Bureau of Mines & Geology,MT,1987
  • Fisheries Biologist, MT Dept. of Fish, Wildlife & Parks,MT,1978
  • N.W. Power Planning Council Staff,FL,1983
  • Mining Inspector, Reclamation Division, MT Dept. of State Lands,MT,1974
  • N.W. Power Planning Council, Portland OR,OR,1979
  • Ph.D. candidate, Univ of Wisconsin,MN,1993
  • Attorney, Internal Revenue Service,MT,1979
  • Landscape Designer,MA,1993
  • Environmental Educator,AZ,1991
  • Associate Director, Colorado Center for Environmental Management,CO,1972
  • Resource Development Coordinator,MN,1991
  • GIS Project‐UM Botany,MT,1994
  • Program Coordinator, WA Dept. of Ecology,WA,1985
  • Ecollamas ‐ llama pack trips, outfitter, Wilderness Guide,MT,1989
  • Teacher, Superior MT,MT,1979
  • Ecology Center, Missoula, MT,MT,1993
  • National Center for Appropriate Technology, Sr. Scientist, Butte,MT,1972
  • Interns in land trusts, land acquisition programs,MA,1996
  • Waste Reduction & Recycling Coordinator,MT,1987
  • State Superfund Program Manager , Dept. of Env. Sciences,MT,1984
  • Environmental Writer, Contra Costa Times,CA,1987
  • Ph.D. candidate, U Mass‐Lowell,MA,1993
  • Ph.D. candidate, Social Psychology, Ann Arbor MI,MI,1988
  • Life Scientist, EPA ,CA,1980
  • Consultant ‐ E Conscience,NC,1985
  • Support Services Director, Puget Sound Air Pollution Control,WA,1986
  • Consultant, Sustainable Agriculture,OR,1985
  • Program Director, Alliance for the Wild Rockies,MT,1989
  • Ph.D. student at University of Maryland,MD,1987
  • Ph.D. candidate in IES Land Resources, U of Wisconsin‐Madison,1986
  • High school earth science teacher,NJ,1974
  • Environmental Education Center, Director,NY,1989
  • State of Montana, Fish & Wildlife, Wildlife Biologist,MT,1989 Teacher,MA,1985
  • Teacher,GA,1993
  • Runs a vineyard in California,CA,1972
  • Montana State Auditor,MT,1984
  • Staff, Powder River Basin Resource Council,,1981
  • Owner, Community Dev. Services of MT,1977
  • Eighth grade Physical Science Teacher,MT,1988
  • Office of Pesticides, U.S. EPA. Wash. D.C.,1978
  • High school teacher, Loyola, Missoula,,1981
  • Biology Teacher at Ft. Belknap Indian Reservation School,1993
  • Program Coordinator MT State University,MT,1987
  • Information Officer, Missoula Humane Society,MT,1988
  • Architect,AK,1978
  • Environmental Scientist,WA,1990
  • Freelance Writing, Falcon Press and Montana Eagle,MT,1979
  • Free‐lance writer,MT,1991
  • Environmental Consultant andConservation Real Estate Agent,MT,1993
  • EPA Public Affairs Specialist for all Montana Superfund Sites, Helena,MT,1988
  • Free lance writer, editor,MT,1990
  • Real Estate Sales, Sun Valley Realty,ID,1974
  • Technical Editor, Tetra Tech,HI,1987
  • BLM, Roswell, NM,1981
  • Consultant to Trout Unlimited,ID,1982
  • Database Manager, National Register of Historic Places,VA,1982
  • House District 45 Representative: Lewis and Clark County Health Department,,MT,1983
  • Environmental Educator, UC Santa Cruz,CO,1990
  • Superfund Coordinator/Program Manager,MT,1979
  • Fisheries Biologist, USFS, Sandpoint Ranger District,ID,1993
  • Lobbyist Wisconsin Environmental Decade,WI,1987
  • Owner of Belt Creek Health Foods and janitorial business,,1980
  • Director, Water Quality Protection, Missoula City‐County Health Dept.,MT,1987
  • Owner ‐‐Diversified Office & Advertising,MT,1985
  • Nature photographer‐freelance,MT,1993
  • Ph.D. candidate at MIT in global atmospheric chemistry,1982
  • Staff member ‐‐Five Valleys Land Trust,MT,1994
  • Investment Broker,WA,1981
  • Ph.D. program, Berkeley,CA,1994
  • Executive Director, Catskill Conservation Group,MN,1992
  • Director of Sierra Institute ‐ UC Santa Cruz,CA,1982
  • Ph.D. program, Economics, Universtiy of Washington UT,1983
  • Research Writer, Historical Research Association,MT,1980
  • MT Natural History Center ,MT,1993
  • Contract work for the Forest Service,MT,1989
  • Environmental Educator,NY,1991
  • Consultant for Rainforest Information Center and Native Forest Network,WI,1990
  • President, Wild Rockies Field Institute, MT,1991
  • Missoula Urban Development Project,MT,1986
  • Aquatic Biologist, Olson & Elliot Association,ID,1976
  • Program Coordinator/Lecturer in Environmental Education,WI,1988
  • Environmental Consultant,AZ,1992
  • Faculty, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Stockton State College,1978
  • Hydrologist, Shannon Environmental Consulting Firm,MT,1995
  • Systems Consultant, Service Data Processing, Ltd.,OR,1978
  • Environmental Health Specialist, Missoula City Council Health Department,MT,1975
  • Missoula City Council Person and Freelance writer/Editor, MT, 1995

For over 30 years our students have come to Montana from all over the U.S. and the world. Here's a sample with their undergrad major and year of gradation from EVST:

2000

  • Hartwick College Biology
  • Univ. of Michigan General Studies
  • Princeton Univ. US History
  • Oregon State Univ. Speech Communication
  • Harvard Univ. Philosophy
  • Univ. of Richmond Biology
  • Univ. of Virginia English Literature
  • UC‐Santa Barbara Env. Studies
  • St. Lawrence Univ. Biology
  • Colby College Economics
  • Univ. of Delaware English/Philosophy Washington Univ (MO) Spanish & Int'l Studies
  • Univ. of North Carolina English/Geography Univ. of Colorado Env. Studies
  • Cornell Unversity English/German Studies
  • Univ of Texas‐Austin Psychology
  • Univ. of Illinois English/Biology
  • Colgate Univ. Biology
  • Rollins College Business Administration Portland State Univ. Biology
  • UC‐Davis Env. Biology
  • Colorado State Univ. Natural Resources Mgmt.
  • Vassar College Psychology
  • Lewis and Clark History
  • St Lawrence Univ Env. Studies/ Political Sci.
  • Georgian Academy of Sci. Env. Management Simon Fraser Univ. Education
  • Univ. of Michigan General Studies

1999

  • Univ. of Wyoming
  • Univ. of Notre Dame Government
  • Yale Univ. Geology and Geophysics
  • Univ of Illinois at Urbana‐Champaign Biology
  • Rollins College Env. Studies
  • St. Louis Univ. History
  • Univ. of Montana Religious Studies
  • Williams College Philosophy
  • Oberlin College English
  • Swarthmore College Biology & Env Studies
  • Montana State Univ. Biology
  • Univ of NC‐Chapel Hill Radio TV and Film
  • Middlebury College Env. Studies
  • Yale Univ. English
  • Connecticut College French
  • Univ. of CA‐Santa Cruz Env. Studies
  • Arizona State Univ. Political Sci.
  • Seattle Pacific Univ. Religion‐Philosophy
  • St. Olaf Interdisciplinary‐Sustaining Ag.
  • New York Univ. Film and Television
  • Bucknell Univ. Geology/Classics UC‐Santa Cruz Env. Studies
  • Salish Kootenai College Env. Sci.
  • Univ. of Vermont Political Sci.
  • Univ. of Colorado Env Conservation
  • Univ. of Montana Wildlife Biology
  • Hampshire College Env. Studies

1998

  • Univ. of Vermont English
  • Univ. of Montana Liberal Arts/EVST
  • Mount Holyoke English
  • George Mason Univ. Biology
  • Antioch College Env. Communications
  • Rhodes College Biology and Religion
  • Bates College English Literature
  • Univ. of San Diego Political Sci.
  • Portland State Univ. Philosophy
  • Williams College Political Sci.
  • State Univ. of Moldova Biology and Chemistry
  • Colorado State Univ. Zoology
  • MT College of Mineral Sci. & Tech. Society & Tech.
  • Buryat Scientific Centre of Russia German & English
  • Pennsylvania State LARBS
  • Middlebury College Ecology and Sociology
  • Bowdoin College Env. Studies & Government
  • Wesleyan English/Afro‐American Studies
  • The Evergreen State College Conservation Biology
  • Univ. of the South Natural Resources/History
  • Univ. of Wyoming Biology
  • Wittenburg Univ. Geography
  • UC‐Santa Cruz Biology
  • Miami Univ. Botany
  • Kazakh State Academy of Architecture Engineering
  • Cook College Biology
  • UC‐Santa Cruz Env Studies/Earth Sci.s
  • Colorado College English
  • West Michigan Univ. Earth Sci.
  • UC‐Santa Barbara Biological Sci.s Baldwin Biology

1997

  • Univ. of Michigan English
  • Trinity College History
  • UC‐Santa Barbara Env. Studies
  • St. Lawrence Univ. Env Studies/Government
  • Univ of Alaska‐Fairbanks Northern Studies
  • Univ of PA English
  • Oklahoma Baptist English
  • Univ. of North Colorado Interdisciplinary Studies: Env.
  • North Carolina State Civil Engineering
  • Univ. of Pennsylvania Psychology
  • UC‐Berkeley History
  • Beloit College English/Creative Writing
  • Princeton Univ. Religion
  • Univ. of Montana Journalism
  • Iowa State Natural Resource Planning
  • Lewis & Clark College History
  • U of Denver‐College of Law Law
  • SUNY‐Syracuse Env and Forest Biology
  • Wake Forest Sociology
  • Berkeley Psychology
  • Montana State Univ. Civil Engineering
  • Univ. of Natal Fine Art
  • UC‐San Diego Biology
  • Volgograd State Univ. Kent State English
  • Albion English
  • Univ. of South Carolina Anthropology

1996

  • Bridgewater College History
  • Macalester College English/ Political Sci.
  • Colorado College English Literature
  • Univ. of Oregon Geography
  • Miami Univ. Political Sci.
  • College of William & Mary Government/History
  • Univ. of Tampa Political Sci.
  • UC‐Santa Barbara San Diego State Env. Studies
  • Doane College Biology
  • Penn State Philosophy
  • Gonzaga Univ. Political Sci.
  • Macalester College Math physics economics
  • Davidson College Biology/Humanities
  • Univ of Mass‐Boston Political Sci.
  • Wright State Communications/EVST Carleton College Geology

1995

  • Univ. of Colorado Federal lands and econ.
  • Colgate Univ. Geology
  • Duke Univ. Electrical Engineering
  • Connecticut College Biology
  • Bowdoin Russian Studies
  • Univ. of Wisconsin Political Sci.
  • Virginia Commonwealth Univ. Crafts
  • Duke Univ. Geology
  • Univ. of Alaska Natural Resources
  • Oberlin College English
  • Colby College Biology
  • SUNY‐Buffalo Communication
  • Polytechnic Univ. Computer Sci./Mathematics
  • Univ. of Illinois Rhetoric
  • Duke Univ. Political Sci.
  • Humboldt State Univ. Natural Resource Mgmt.
  • Univ. of Iowa Economics
  • UC ‐ San Diego Anthropology
  • UC‐Berkley English
  • Harvard Univ. Anthropology
  • Univ. of Kentucky Accounting/Commerce Bowdoin History
  • Univ. of Georgia Hydrogeology/Env. law
  • Vanderbilt Univ. Communication
  • Principia College Political Sci./German

1994

  • St. Olaf Mathematics
  • Univ. of Colorado Literature
  • Dartmouth Geography
  • Univ. of Texas‐Austin History
  • George Washington Chinese Studies
  • Smith English
  • St. Louis Univ. Biology
  • UC‐Santa Barbara Liberal Studies
  • Cook College Communication
  • Reed College Biology
  • Warren Wilson Env. Studies
  • Duke Univ. Public Policy
  • Univ. of Wisconsin‐LaCrosse English
  • Univ. of Puget Sound Biology
  • Swarthmore Astrophysics
  • Vassar English
  • Penn State & Alfred Univ. Geology
  • Rutgers & Cornell Policy Analysis
  • College of William & Mary English
  • Eugene Lang College History
  • Univ. of Montana Forestry

1993

  • Univ. of Chicago Social Sci.s
  • Grasmont/Humboldt Environ Biol/Geog
  • Emory Philosophy
  • Univ. of Mississippi Marketing
  • St. Olaf English
  • Grove City College Biology
  • Rutgers Education
  • San Diego State Univ. Psychology
  • Univ. of Wisconsin ‐ Madison Education
  • Univ. of Montana Environ. Biol/ Sec Education
  • Monmouth College Business Admin
  • Colgate Univ. Biology/Religion
  • Univ. of Montana English
  • Utah State Fisheries/Wildlife
  • UC Irvine Engineering
  • Georgia Tech Management
  • Lafayette College Civil Engineering
  • Univ. of Nebraska Life Sci.s
  • Univ. of Colorado Env. design
  • Univ. of Vermont Geography/Political Sci.
  • Univ. of Montana Biology
  • Colby College Spanish/Env. Biology
  • Univ. of Connecticut Pathobiology

1992

  • NW Missouri State Geology
  • York College Geology
  • Harvard Univ. Biology
  • St. John's College Philosophy/Math
  • Butler Univ. Chemistry
  • Montana State Univ. History
  • DePauw Political Sci.
  • Tunghai U Taiwan Env. Sci.
  • S.E. Missouri State Geography
  • Wittenberg Univ. Geology
  • Univ. of Puget Sound Natural Sci.
  • Univ. of Maryland Radio & TV
  • Univ. of Minnesota Geology
  • Univ. of Iowa Civil Engineering
  • Macalester College Env. Studies & History
  • Prescott College Natural History/Env. Education
  • Univ. of Colorado English
  • Michigan State & Cornell Univ. Hotel Admin.
  • Northern Arizona Univ. Env. Sci.
  • Univ. of Wisconsin Journalism
  • Univ. of Maine Natural Res Mgmt
  • UC‐Berkeley Psychology

1991

  • Drake Univ. Biology
  • Univ. of Montana Economics
  • Bates Biology
  • Univ. of Montana Liberal Studies
  • Wayne State Geology
  • Univ. of Oregon Rhetoric
  • Univ. of Minnesota Biology
  • N.W. Missouri State Biology
  • Carleton College and Idaho State Geology
  • Northern Arizona Univ. Biology & Chemistry
  • Univ. of Wisconsin Milwaukee Env. Health & Biology
  • Univ. of Minnesota Env. Education
  • Univ. of Montana English
  • Lake Forest College Chemistry
  • Univ. of Montana Biological Conservation
  • Dartmouth English

1990

  • UC Santa Barbara History
  • Univ. of Illinois English
  • Wittenberg Univ. History
  • San Diego State Univ. Biology

1989

  • Univ. of Montana Geology & Philosophy
  • SUNY Env. Studies
  • Univ. of Montana Education
  • Univ. of Montana Biology
  • Univ. of Maine Electrical Engineering
  • Cornell Univ. Biology
  • Univ. of Montana Biology
  • Colorado State Univ. English
  • Univ. of Montana Resource Management

1988

  • Univ. of New York Cortland Biology & Math
  • Humboldt State Univ. Wildlife
  • Management Evergreen College Human Development
  • College of William & Mary History
  • Univ. of Montana Geology
  • Western Illinois Univ. Botany & Soils
  • Weber College Biological Sci.s

1987

  • Southern Oregon State Geology
  • Univ. of Montana Forestry & Journalism
  • Univ. of Washington Zoology
  • Univ. of Montana Biology & Botany
  • Goshen College Biology
  • Univ. of Wisconsin Green Bay Env. Studies
  • Univ. of Delhi India Zoology
  • Evergreen State College Wildlife Biology
  • Colgate Unversity Biology
  • Univ. of Montana Geology
  • Univ. of Toledo Political Sci.
  • Stephen F. Austin State Univ. Biology
  • Western New England College Business

1986

  • Carleton College Geology
  • Colorado College Biology
  • Southern Oregon State College Sci. & Math
  • Univ. of Montana Medical Tech.
  • Univ. of Texas Zoology & Botany
  • Univ. of Wisconsin / Greenbay Biology & Env. Studies
  • Colorado State Univ. Biological Sci.s
  • Univ. of iowa Geography
  • Colorado State Univ. Forestry
  • Northern Illinois Univ. English
  • Univ. of New York Liberal Arts & Biology
  • Univ. of Maine Natural Resources

1985

  • Lyndon State College Env. Studies
  • SUNY Albany Biology
  • Wake Forest Univ. Sociology
  • College of Great Falls Biology
  • UCLA Gology
  • Univ. of Washington Geology
  • Florida State Univ. French
  • Miami Univ. Microbiology & Env. Studies
  • Univ. of Wisconsin Stevens Point Water Resources
  • Indiana Univ. English Literature
  • Colorado College Biology

1984

  • UC at Santa Cruz EVST & Anthropology
  • Holy Cross College Law
  • College of William and Mary Biology
  • College of William and Mary Biology
  • Rockhurst College Sociology & Secondary Ed.
  • Whitman College Biology
  • Univ. of Montana Env. Studies
  • Pomona College Botany
  • Bemidji State College English & Philosophy
  • Earlman College Biology
  • Univ. of Montana Forest Resource Management
  • Eastern Kentucky Univ. Env. Studies

1983

  • Seoul National Univ. Law
  • Gonzaga Univ. Biology
  • Univ. of Houston Political Sci.
  • Univ. of Missouri Sociology
  • SUNY Albany Medical Tech.
  • Florida International Univ. Env. Studies
  • Univ. of Colorado Env. Studies

1982

  • Boston College Biology
  • College of William and Mary History
  • Eastern Oregon State College Biology
  • Antioch College Env. Studies
  • Fairleigh Dickenson Univ. Biology
  • UC ‐ Santa Cruz Biology & Env. Studies
  • Wesleyan Zoology

1981

  • Univ. of Maryland Zoology
  • UC ‐ San Diego Zoology
  • Univ. of Montana Physics
  • Colorado State Univ. Watershed
  • Michigan State Univ. Chemistry
  • Georgia State Univ. Anthropology
  • Univ. of Montana Journalism
  • New Mexico State Univ. Las Cruces Fisheries Bio. 1980
  • Univ. of Montana Anthropology & Sociology
  • College of Idaho (Caldwell) Biology
  • Univ. of Montana Journalism
  • Univ. of Montana Education / Sociology

1979

  • Univ. of Montana Pol. Sci. & History
  • Goucher College Fine Arts
  • Simmons College Elementary Education
  • Evergreen State College Biology
  • Harvard Univ. Psychology & Sociology
  • Simmons College Biology

1978

  • UC ‐ San Diego Philosophy
  • Central Washington State Chemistry
  • Ohio Univ. Env. Studies
  • California State Polytechnic Univ. Architecture
  • SUNY at Binghamton Anthropology

1977

  • Univ. of Montana Zoology
  • Bethany College KS History & Political Sci.
  • Univ. of Montana Biology
  • Univ. of Montana Biology
  • Reed College Sociology
  • Western Illinois Univ. English & Education
  • Univ. of Colorado Env. Studies Biology

1976

  • Univ. of Oregon Biology
  • Ohio Univ. English
  • Univ. of Montana Botany
  • Univ. of Oregon Biology
  • Univ. of Oregon Biology
  • Univ. of Oregon Psychology
  • Eastern Montana College Psychology
  • Northwestern College History & Biology

1975

  • Univ. of Montana Wildlife Tech.
  • Univ. of Montana Wildlife Biology
  • Montana State Univ. Forestry
  • Rocky Mountain College Biology
  • College of Idaho Biological Sci.s
  • Susquehanna Univ. Geology

1974

  • Eastern Montana College Physical Sci.
  • Montana State Univ. General Studies
  • Univ. of Montana Forestry & Wildlife Biology
  • Glassboro State College Biological Sci. & Secondary Ed.
  • UC Santa Barbara Zoology
  • Univ. of Montana Wildlife Biology
  • Texas Tech Univ. Chemistry
  • Western Michigan Univ. Biology

1973

Univ. of Montana Wildlife Biology

1972

  • Carleton College Biology
  • Wabash College Biology
  • Westminster College Mathematics
  • Univ. of Montana English