Where Are Our Students Now?

Rick Kamen (1980) is running three on-line businesses: HeirloomStories.com and Elderhood.com, for the “third stage of life.” He is also a docent at Torrey Pines State Reserve and the Museum of Man.

Alon Katz (1993) is a founder of the Boulder Developer Collaborative, LLC, and a lead developer at Planet Ecosystems.

Jeff Kavanaugh (1994) is an associate professor of earth and atmospheric sciences at the University of Alberta. Formerly a postdoctoral researcher in the department of geography at the University of California at Berkeley, he earned his Ph.D. in earth and ocean sciences at the University of British Columbia in 2000. His research in glacier dynamics has taken him to the Yukon, Antarctica, and points in between.

Daniel Kelley (2011) teaches mathematics and computer science at Kehillah Jewish High School in Palo Alto.

David M. Kelson (1980) is the principal of David Kelson Sound, Inc., which provides full production sound and production video assist services for the motion picture and television industries.

Bruce Kemmell (1972) has taught physics and mathematics at several colleges in New Mexico. He earned his Ph.D. in theoretical physics at the University of New Mexico in 1992.

Greg Keys (1992) is a software engineer in the defense and space industry.

Tim Kimball (1992) is a data archive specialist at the Space Telescope Science Institute..

Kerry King (1987) passed away in November 2007 after tutoring mathematics, chemistry, and physics at Santa Rosa Jr. College for many years. She earned a degree in accounting and worked in that field before coming to SSU. She was proud to be an SSU physics graduate.

Bill Kobabe (1990) is teaching fourth grade at Woodland Star Charter School in Sonoma. He has been the principal of Bill Kobabe Woodworking in Petaluma and a teacher of woodworking and physics at several schools. He earned a teaching credential at CSU, Monterey Bay.