Bob Kuzelka

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Bob Kuzelka, associate professor emeritus, School of Natural Resources, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, served as chair of Brian McMullen’s master’s thesis committee. That thesis became the springboard for McMullen’s Prairie Fire articles. Kuzelka taught about NEPA for about 15 years in water and natural resources policy classes. He considers NEPA the finest example of nonstructural environmental policy in the world. Bob is also a long-time friend and admirer of Ferd Anderson Jr.

 

Immigration in Nebraska