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Cultural and Environmental Resource Management

College of the Sciences

Academic Core Programs

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Dr. Patrick McCutcheon
Phone: 509-963-2075

Megan Walsh
Phone: 509-963-3699

Postgraduate PhD Programs

Additionally, our graduates also go on to PhD programs. Included in these are:

Robert Berrens, M.S., REM (1984); PhD, Economics, Oregon State University (2003); now Professor, Department of Economics, University of New Mexico.

Gary Cummisk, M.S. REM (1987); PhD, Geography, University of Oregon (1995); now Assistant Professor, Geography & Anthropology, Dickinson State University (North Dakota).

Joel Geffen, M.S. REM (1989); PhD, Religious Studies, University of California–Los Angeles.

Allen Sullivan, M.S., REM (1994); PhD, Geography, Oregon State University (2001); now Assistant Professor, Safety and Health Management, Department of Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction, Central Washington University.

Clay Arango, M.S., REM (2001); PhD, Biological Sciences, University of Notre Dame (2007); now Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences/Environmental Studies, Central Washington University.

John Ward, M.S., REM (2004); PhD, Environmental Dynamics, Department of Geosciences, University of Arkansas (2007); now Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin-Parkside.

Paul Blanton, M.S., REM (2004); PhD, Geography, University of Oregon (2010); now Lecturer, Geography, Central Washington University.

Aaron Galloway, M.S., REM (2004); now PhD candidate, Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington.

Jane-Leigh Thomas, M.S., REM (2006); PhD, department, University of Edinburgh.

Andrew Perkins, M.S., REM (2007); now PhD candidate, Geography Department, Simon Fraser University (British Columbia).

Carla Jellum, M.S., REM (2007); now PhD candidate, Centre for Recreation Research, University of Otago (New Zealand).

Laura Applegate, M.S., REM (2007); now PhD candidate, Department of Natural Resource Science, Washington State University.

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