Former Heb Lab Members
Shawn Cleveland, M.S. Wildlife Biology, 2010. Currently Assistant Professor SUNY-ESF Ranger School
Lacey Greene, M.S. Wildlife Biology, 2010. Currently California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Bishop, Calif.
Jean Polfus, M.S. Wildlife Biology, 2010. Currently a Liber Ero Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Manitoba
Hugh Robinson, Post-doctoral fellow, 2008-2012. Currently Director, Landscape Analysis Lab, Panthera
Kathy Griffin, Post-doctoral fellow, 2009 - 2010. Currently Sage grouse coordinator, Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife
Scott Eggeman, M.S. Wildlife Biology, 2012. Currently Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks Blackfoot Area Biologist, Region 2
Nick DeCesare, PhD Fish & Wildlife Biology, 2012. Currently Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks Moose Research Biologist.
Clay Miller, M.S. Wildlife Biology, 2012. Currently enrolled in University of Montana Law School (He's gonna be a lawyer!)
Daniel Eacker, M.S. Wildlife Biology, 2015. Currently continuing to work in the Heb Lab as a Research Associate on woodland caribou in Alberta
Wibke Peters, PhD Fish & Wildlife Biology, 2015. Currently a Research Wildlife Biologist, Bavaria, German Ministry of Forests.
Derek Spitz, PhD Fish & Wildlife Biology, 2015. Currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at Oregon State University with Dr. Taal Levi and the USFS in La Grande, OR, working at Starkey Experimental Forest on elk.
Mark Hurley, PhD Fish & Wildlife Biology, 2016. Currently Principle Research Wildlife Biologist, Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Boise, Idaho
Robin Steenweg, PhD Fish & Wildlife Biology 2016. Currently Endangered Species Biologist (caribou) with Alberta Fish and Wildlife, Grande Prairie, Alberta
Tshering Tempa, PhD Fish & Wildlife Biology 2017. Currently Bhutan’s lead tiger biologist with the Royal Government of Bhutan
Andrew Jakes, Post-doctoral fellow 2017. Currently regional wildlife biologist at National Wildlife Federation in Missoula, Mont.
Wenhong Xiao, Post-doctoral fellow, 2015-2017. Currently employed as a research scientist by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
Daniel Eacker, M.S. Wildlife Biology 2016. Currently a Wildlife Biologist with Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Douglas, Alaska