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Cara Berman joined CFR as a Research Scientist, effective May 21, 2001. Cara is working in the Center for Streamside Studies on research projects, assisting graduate students, and writing grants. Cara comes to CFR from EPA, where she worked for 10 years as a regional salmon ecologist creating strategies for salmon recovery.

Carrie Cone has rejoined CFR, this time as the Center for Urban Horticulture's Administrative Assistant, effective April 23, 2001. Welcome back, Carrie!

Duane Emmons led a film crew from Japan on a tour of Pack Forest during Spring Quarter, during which he discussed the new Forest and Fish rules and riparian management at Pack. The crew filmed at the site of ongoing harvest operations where Duane discussed shovel logging, leave-tree requirements, and wildlife habitat.

Michele Ferry, Research Program Analyst at the Olympic Natural Resources Center, has been accepted to graduate school at Humboldt State University in Arcata, CA. Michele has been with CFR less than a year but has made a significant contribution toward organizing ONRC's research program. Check out the summary of research activity on ONRC's Web site, www.onrc.washington.edu.

Carol Green was recently recognized for 20 years of service by the UW Libraries.

Carl Harrington's last day at CFR was April 27, 2001. All in CFR send Carl best wishes on his new job where he can be closer to boats and the water!

Phil Hurvitz was nominated for a 2001 UW Distinguished Staff Award.

Pat Jobe joined CFR as a Fiscal Specialist, effective May 1, 2001. Pat comes to us from the UW Facilities/Capital Projects Office and will be handling travel, accounts receivables, and equipment inventory.

Luke Rogers, 1999 CFR forest engineering graduate, joined CFR, effective April 17, 2001, as a Senior Computer Specialist. Luke is working with the Rural Technology Initiative on a database project to support the WA Department of Natural Resources's Small Forest Landowner Office.

Michelle Trudeau was recently admitted to the UW's doctoral program in educational leadership and policy studies in the College of Education (one of five admitted!). She finished her M.Ed. in June 2001 and will continue her studies part-time while working in CFR.
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