After last issue's lengthy summary of recent staff transitions we, sadly, have one more to announce for this issue.
As of June 1st, MiCorps program director, John (Jack) Wuycheck, announced his departure from the program to pursue work in his field of expertise as an aquatic biologist under the MDEQ Water Bureau's Groundwater Withdrawal Program.
has provided oversight and leadership to the MiCorps
Program and has done so with humor and a smile, especially during these trying times of budget cutbacks and downturns.
Jack's efforts over the years have helped to strengthen the program and we will certainly miss his
contributions to the team.
We wish him all the best as he
transitions into this new role.
Jack will be replaced with MiCorps' past program director, Ralph Bednarz, who again will assume responsibility for managing the entire MiCorps program in addition to his existing role in overseeing the Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program (CLMP).