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Hal Crimmel is associate professor of English at Weber State University. He is the author of Dinosaur: Four Seasons on the Green and Yampa Rivers, editor of Teaching in the Field: Working with Students in the Outdoor Classroom, and has published numerous essays on wilderness and outdoor-related topics.... more
Dr. Joseph Crowley served as the University of Nevada, Reno president for a record-setting 23 years, from 1978 to 2001. When Crowley stepped down from the Nevada presidency, he was the longest-serving president at a single institution among the nationís principal universities.... more
Kathleen Curtis received her BA in art from the University of California at Berkeley. She is an artist whose reverence for the earth is reflected in her sculpture and ceremonial baskets.... more
Dan Dagget has been an environmental activist and ecorestoration consultant for over thirty years, fighting coal strip mines in Ohio and uranium mining near the Grand Canyon, designating wilderness areas, and working to resolve conflicts between western ranchers and environmentalists.... more
Richard O. Davies is Distinguished Professor of History, emeritus, at the University of Nevada, Reno. His most recent book is Rivals! The Ten Greatest American Sports Rivalries of the 20th Century;... more
Robert Dawson is a gifted photographer of the American West. His photographs have been recognized by a Visual Artists Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, a Ruttenberg Fellowship from The Friends of Photography, a Dorothea Lange-Paul Taylor Prize from the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University (with Gray Brechin) and several other major grants, awards, and fellowships.... more
Marciano R. de Borja is a career diplomat in the Philippine Foreign Service. He has served in the Philippine embassies in Japan, Chile, and Spain and was director for the United States Division in the Department of Foreign Affairs in Manila.... more
Poet and artist Joanne de Longchamps (1923-1983) grew up in Los Angeles and studied art and music in France. She came to Reno in 1941 after marrying mining engineer Galen Edward de Longchamps.... more