Alumni and Alumnae with web pages.

  • Terry C. Allison (this link is no longer active
  • Billy Causey (this link is no longer active
  • Roger Campos
  • April Ann Torres Conkey
  • Darryl Felder
    • Gulf Base (this link is no longer active
  • John Karges
  • Andrew Mason
  • Van Rick McDaniel
  • Catherine T. Nordfeldt Phillips go to page 6
    • South Atlantic LCC (this link is no longer active
  • Nancy Rabalais
  • Elda Sanchez
  • Donna Shaver (this link is no longer active
    • National Park Service Director's Award for Excellence, 2013 (this link is no longer active
    • ABC Person of the Week, July 29, 2005
    • Caller Times Newsmaker of the year 2011 (this link is no longer active
  • Thomas Shirley
    • Tom Shirley (this link is no longer active
    • NOAA Ocean Explorer
  • Julio Soto
  • John W. Tunnell, Jr (this link is no longer active
    • John W. (Wes) Tunnell (this link is no longer
  • Kent Williges
  • Roger Zimmerman (this link is no longer active

Information taken from the CNAH website - (broken,
Van Rick McDaniel, former Professor of Zoology and Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, passed away on 31 July 2009 at St. Bernard's Medical Center. He is survived by his wife, Peggy McDaniel, two sisters, Sherry and Betty, three sons, Nathaniel, Jonathan, and Zachary, five daughters, Kimberly, Lana, Catherine, Stacey, and Cynthia, and numerous grandchildren. Born on 29 October 1945, Rick received his Bachelor of Science Degree in biology and chemistry (1967), and Masters Degree in biology and geology (1969), both at Texas A&I University, and his Doctorate in zoology and paleontology in 1973 from Texas Tech University in Lubbock. He began his academic career as an assistant professor of zoology at Arkansas State University in 1973, and remained at that institution until his retirement as an administrator 35 years later. Although primarily a mammalogist, Rick maintained a steady interest in amphibians, reptiles, and turtles throughout his distinguished career, publishing a total of 22 papers on them during the span from 1969-1999. He chaired or served on the committees of many students that studied herpetofauna, and some of them went on to academic careers in herpetology, most notably Chris T. McAllister, Brian Butterfield, and Walter E. Mashaka, Jr. As an administrator at Arkansas State University, he was responsible for bringing to the faculty the well-known and distinguished herpetologist, Stanley Trauth.

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