Environment
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Environmental philosophy
GLEN COSBY
Dean of instruction for humanities, business, professional studies and workforce

BA, philosophy/journalism, California State University-Sacramento
MA, philosophy, Emory University, Atlanta
PhD, philosophy, Emory University
Quantitative silviculture (care and cultivation of forest trees)
Riparian forestry
Landscape planning
STEVEN McCONNELL
Natural resources instructor

AAS, fisheries technology, Peninsula College, Port Angeles, Wash.
BS, forest resources management, University of Washington
MS, forest ecology, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg
PhD, forst ecology and management, University of Idaho, Moscow
Soils
Plant science/Botany
Turf management



BOB PEREGOY
Environmental sciences instructor

BA, education, Eastern Washington University, Cheney
BS, agronomy, University of Maryland, College Park
MS, agronomy, University of Maryland
PhD, crop physiology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
 
Ground water/surface water quantity and quality
Groundwater/surface water sampling
Environmental geology and contamination issues
DAVID STASNEY
Water resources instructor

BS, environmental and engineering geology, Western Washington University, Bellingham
MS, hydrogeology, Western Washington University