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the Class of 1959
In August, 2011, Jack Bradbury and wife/co-author Sandra Vehrencamp published a second edition of their textbook, Principles of Animal Communication (Sinauer Associates), as well as a complementary online site for additional material on the topic.
Class of 1959 graduate Dennis Smith has just announced the publication of his second book, a nonfiction inquiry into social attitudes about the naked human body entitled Naked Fear. His first book (Growing Up Without Shame) was published in 1986. Naked Fear examines the dichotomy between society's reverence for the human form in art and our disdain for nakedness in the flesh, criminalizing and labeling it offensive. A naked person is labeled obscene, a statue of one is deemed a beautiful work of art.
To purchase Naked Fear e-mail inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or write to Naked Fear, Box 351, Lompoc, CA 9348
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So who came to the 50th reunion?
28 June 2010 -- DON'T MISS THIS: Recent updates on the adventures of Craig Smith
And by the way ...
bell tower is finished (1 Dec 2009)
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After graduating from Harbor I went to UC Berkeley for a BA, then joined the Navy (Staff, Commander Amphibious Group One). After a three year tour in and out of VietNam I attended San Diego State for an MA in zoology and back to Berkeley for a PhD in entomology with a specialization in invertebrate pathology, both courtesy of the GI Bill. After that I did a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Mosquito genetics and taught at Merritt College in Oakland, and finally wound up working as a scientist for the State of California.
I initially joined the California Department of Food and Agriculture in the Division that regulated the sale and use of pesticides. That part of CDFA was eventually split off to join the newly created California Environmental Protection Agency, and we became the Department of Pesticide Regulation. While there I worked in Integrated Pest Management for awhile, but then was assigned to a group to determine how pesticides were getting into the groundwater in California. Our environmental monitoring, combined with the work of various researchers at the University of California, led to California's first groundwater law, AB 2021. I wrote the regulations that implemented that law, and shepherded them through the adoption process, which took about 5 years and reduced my brains to mush. As therapy I was able to spend the last few years with the Department helping to manage their computer network. I retired from California Environmental Protection Agency in 2001
I have a daughter, Margaret, and two grandchildren, Caleb and Cailynne. My daughter married and moved into a house across the street from Harbor High! My wife Linne and I just celebrated our 33rd anniversary.
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