Dr. Richard M. Alston (1992)

"In 1992, the year in which I was honored to be the recipient of the prestigious Hinckley Fellow award, I was actively engaged in teaching, the faculty senate, and research in the areas of ecosystem-based management of the nation's national forests. Although my research interests have taken a new direction, the Hinckley Award is a constant reminder that my peers at WSU expect - and are willing to reward - hard work. The Hinckley Award is particularly satisfying because it is a faculty award that recognizes all three areas of faculty responsibility: teaching, scholarship, and service."

- Richard M. Alston


Weber State UniversityOgden, Utah 84408

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