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Douglas Harlan Boucher

Douglas Harlan Boucher, American ecologist, member political staff. National Science Foundation fellow, 1975-1978, 79-81; recipient research grants. Political consultant Nicaragua Network, Washington, 1986-1988, Sanders for Congress, Burlington, 1990. Member New World Agriculture Ecology Group.

Background

  • Boucher, Douglas Harlan was born on February 8, 1950 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Melville John and Ellen (Kaufmann) Boucher.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Yale University, 1971;Doctor of Philosophy, University of Michigan, 1979.

    Career

    • Assistant professor, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1979-1982;professor, Universite du Qu├ębec, Montreal, 1982-1988;finance coordinator, Sanders for Congress, Burlington, Vermont, 1988;research associate professor Appalachian Environmental Laboratory, U. Maryland., Frostburg, since 1990;administrative assistant Office of Republican Bernard Sanders, United States Congress, Washington, 1991-1995;assistant professor, Hood College, Frederick, Maryland., since 1996. Director Western Hemisphere Cooperation Project, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1990.

    Membership

    Political consultant Nicaragua Network, Washington, 1986-1988, Sanders for Congress, Burlington, 1990. Member New World Agriculture Ecology Group.

    Connections

    • Married Charlotte Chakan, August 18, 1973. Children: John Michael, Ellen Rebecca.
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    Born February 8, 1950
    (age 67)