Ryan Meyer ’98

Ryan is executive director of UC-Davis Center for Community and Citizen Science which was recently asked by The Resources Legacy Foundation to develop a manual to help people who step forward to lead community restoration efforts to remove dams. “Organizations have recruited citizen-scientists for a long time, but the practice has really taken off in […]

CdeP 1962 Fire and Flood Reports

1962 Don Porter checked on all 1962 classmates affected by the recent fires and floods. Paul Recsei reports, “We live in a chaparral ‘wild land-urban interface’ and were under mandatory evacuation orders for both the fire and then for the deluge. But mandatory does not mean mandatory in this case, so my wife and I […]

Redgie Collins ’07

Kathryn Padgett (CdeP 2007) and Redgie Collins (CdeP 2007) got married on August 19th, 2017, in Tahoe, California. Kathryn and Redgie started dating during their senior year at Thacher (just after Fall EDTs) and have been together ever since. They live together in San Francisco where Kathryn works for Saha Global, an NGO that focuses […]

David Laylin ’55

I continue participating in scientific exchange programs with Iran. Aside from the direct benefits – to both countries – this is important “Track Two” diplomacy, at a time when the US and Iran badly need some. In July, I was the only American ecologist at the international SDS (sand and dust storm) Conference in Tehran […]

Kaitlin Bond ’09

Kaitlin Bond ’09 married Thomas Ward on June 25, 2016, beach-side in Cayucos, California with a small celebration including family and friends from Scotland and throughout the U.S. Toads in attendance were ALISON ESPINOSA-SETCHKO, ELIZA CHILDS, ALEXANDRA MONTAGUE and NICK WILDER. Kaitlin and Tom met as scuba dive instructors 8 years ago in Fiji, traveling […]

Lauren Bosche ’10

As of May 2017, I am moving to Tallahassee, Florida, for a job offer, having never set foot in the state! As a Hazard Mitigation/Resiliency Planner with Arcadis, I will be engaged in flooding mitigation efforts both locally and across the nation and in an upcoming project in the Everglades with the Army Corps of […]

Michael Morse ’69

Michael and wife Sandra are in the earthworm business, raising earthworms and producing castings for soil supplements and leachate for liquid fertilizer. Earthworms are amazing creatures, and could provide part of the solutions to several severe problems: food quality and yield, soil renewal, water conservation and waste disposal. Michael Morse CdeP 1969