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UMFK alumna Daisy Mueller to speak on the UMFK campus

November 1, 2010


The University of Maine at Fort Kent Environmental Studies Speaker Series welcomes Daisy Mueller, a senior GIS analyst for James W. Sewall Company, to present on Thursday, November 4 at 1 p.m. in Cyr Hall, room 113. The presentation is free and open to the public. 

Mueller will discuss the work she does at James W. Sewall Company, which is located in Old Town, Maine. Sewall provides integrated geospatial, engineering, and forestry consulting services to clients in government and industry. 
Daisy Mueller graduated from UMFK with an associate of science in forest technology degree and with a bachelor of science in environmental studies degree in 2002 and 2003, respectively. 
Prior to Sewall, Mueller worked for the URS Corporation in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Daisy was the primary analyst supporting the Geo-Environmental and Strategic Environmental Divisions with occasional work with the Homeland Security Division.
Mueller also was employed as an environmental scientist for PBS & J, under FEMA contracts to create Flood Insurance Rate Maps and Flood Insurance Study reports and for the land development engineering firm LSA of Rockville, Maryland, doing forest stand and wetland delineation, water quality testing, and sediment and erosion control. 
The Environmental Studies Speaker Series at UMFK regularly brings speakers to campus. All presentations are open to the public and cover such topics as water quality, waste management, wind power, endangered species, forestry and marine science. The program is offered in collaboration with the UMFK Environmental Studies degree program. Speakers are only scheduled during the academic year.
For more information on the Environmental Studies Speaker Series, contact Steve Selva at (207) 834-7617.