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Director of Environmental Service...

Local Address: Davenport, Iowa, United States
Grain Processing Corporation
1600 Oregon Street
Muscatine , Iowa 52761
United States

Company Description: Grain Processing Corporation (GPC) is a leading manufacturer and worldwide marketer of corn-based products. A combination of commitment and technology helps GPC...   more

Employment History


  • master’s degree
    Montana State
  • bachelor’s degree
    Montana State
  • master's degree
    Montana State
  • bachelor's degree
    Montana State
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Alaska Nanooks - Staff Directory, 15 June 2014 [cached]
Mick Durham Head Coach 907-474-5937 - Alaska Fairbanks Earns Second GNAC Team of Week Award [cached]
"Our main concern coming off two road wins (the previous week) was to take care of business at home and our guys did a great job, starting on Thursday night with Saint Martin's," UAF second-year head coach Mick Durham said.
"The big thing with Dom is we've been trying to get him to become a more consistent shooter, get his percentage up from a year ago," Durham said.
All eight, including BYU-Hawaii transfer Zach Ngawaka (6-5, Sr., Keysborough, Australia, 6.6 ppg) and JC transfers Andrew Kelly (6-7, Jr., Gilbert, AZ - Chandler Gilbert, 6.5 ppg) and Dallen Bills (6-5, Jr., Inkom, ID - Walla Walla CC, 5.6 ppg) are averaging five or more points per game for Durham, who has a 261-240 career record, including 246-213 in 16 seasons at Montana State.
That tells you that I'm comfortable with eight guys and on different nights, different guys can have big nights," Durham said.
UAF's Mick Durham to Hit Coaching Milestone
PORTLAND, Ore. - "One of our ..., 3 Mar 2014 [cached]
PORTLAND, Ore. - "One of our biggest goals each year is to beat Alaska Anchorage at their place and at ours," Alaska Fairbanks men's basketball head coach Mick Durham commented when asked about his team's mindset heading into the 2013-14 season. "The first game we played this year, we weren't close."
Durham referred to a tough 96-76 loss to in-state rival UAA on Dec. 7, 2013, a road loss that left a bitter taste in UAF's mouth to start conference play.
"It's not something we talked about very much before the game, but every time we play them we know it's going to be mentioned in the article before and after the game," Durham said commenting on the history between the teams.
"Andrew is one guy who has had an all-league type season for us," Durham said.
"Ronnie wanted to be involved with the final shot, so we put the ball into his hands and he drew a couple of defenders," Durham said about the discussion immediately preceding the final play.
"My hat's off to coach Osborne and UAA, as winning eight years in a row is hard to do," Durham said regarding his respect for UAA's head coach Rusty Osborne and his program.
"Just finishing third outright in the GNAC and only a game out of second place is great," Durham said.
With the No. 3 seed, UAF will face a familiar foe in Montana State Billings, a team that the Seawolves have defeated twice already this season. "Any time you face someone for a third time, and its on a neutral court, anything can happen," Durham said. "The main thing is just to keep guys fresh and excited to play, and I think each team is going to know one another very well."
UAF will square off against MSUB on Wednesday at noon Pacific time to kick off the 2013-14 GNAC Championships. The winner will move on to face No. 2 seed Western Washington in the second round on Thursday, but Durham and the Nanooks will first focus on the task at hand.
"We are fortunate that we had Saturday night off, and that gave our guys a couple of days to relax and recover," Durham said about closing the regular season with a single game last week.
Former MSU coach Mick Durham ..., 7 June 2011 [cached]
Former MSU coach Mick Durham takes head coaching job at Alaska-Fairbanks. />
Former MSU coach Mick Durham takes head coaching job at Alaska-Fairbanks... Plus new endzone tickets at Montana State sell out.
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GEAPS/NGFA 2008 OMT Seminar -- Faculty, 13 April 2009 [cached]
Michael "Mick" DurhamGrain Processing Corp
Mick Durham is director of environmental services with Grain Processing Corporation and is responsible for air, water and waste issues at plants located in Iowa and Indiana.Durham spent eight years as an environmental scientist and supervisor at the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, and 26 years as a project manager with Stanley Consultants, where he provided environmental consulting services to industrial, institutional and governmental clients.Durham, a certified Qualified Environmental Professional (QEP), possesses a Bachelor's degree in meteorology from Iowa State University.Durham joined Grain Processing Corporation in Feb. 2008.
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