(candidate) Ph. D. at New Mexico State University-Animal and Range Science
1987 M.S. Brigham Young University-Wildlife Science
1984 B.S. Brigham Young University-Range Science
1981 A.S.S. Ricks College-General Studies
President, Idaho Section of The Wildlife Society. 2008-2010
Western Association of Governors Climate Change Committee. 2008.
Board of Directors. Greater Yellowstone Coalition. Bozeman, MT. 2006 -2008.
Utah Regional Advisory Council. (Gubernatorial Appointment). The council set season and limit regulations for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. 1998-1999 term.
Research Associate. Forest Service Research Intermountain Region Shrub Sciences Lab. Provo, Utah. 1997-2000.
Upper Snake River Sage Grouse Working Group. 1999.
Bighorn Sheep Regional Lead Biologist. Intermountain Region of the Forest Service. 1997-2000.
USDA FS Region 4 Standing Appeal Review Team. 1997-1999.
Bat Regional Lead Biologist. Intermountain Region of the Forest Service. 1995-1997.
Greater Yellowstone Bald Eagle Working Group (Chair). 1992. Research Associate.
North American Lynx/ Fisher/ Wolverine Working Group. 1990-1992.
Nebraska Taking Wing/ Waterfowl Working Group. 1989-1990.
Sherwin R.E., S. Haymond, D. Stricklan, and R. Olsen. 2002. Freeze branding to permanently mark bats. Wildlife Society Bulletin 30 (1): 97-100.
Sherwin R.E., D. Stricklan, and D.S. Rogers. 2000. Roosting Affinities of Townsend's Big-eared Bat (Corynorhynus townsendii) in Northern Utah. Journal of Mammalogy 81 (4): 939-947.
Sherwin R.E., D.S. Rogers, and D. Stricklan. 1996. The Gating and Management of Logan Cave, Utah, a cooperative effort. Bat Research News 37:4.
Stricklan, D., J.T. Flinders, and R.G. Cates. 1995. Factors Affecting Selection of Winter Food and Roosting Resources by Porcupines in Utah. Great Basin Naturalist 55:29-36.
BYU-Idaho College of Agriculture and Life Sciences 2004 - 2005 Outstanding Faculty cash award.
Faculty Service Learning Award - University Meritorious Service-Learning Award 2002 - 2003. Brigham Young University - Idaho.
Utah Foundation for North American Wild Sheep Public Land Steward of the Year (1997).
(1993), Intermountain Region (4) of the U.S.D.A. Forest Service.
Range and Wildlife Science, Paleobiology
Paleobiology: I enjoy collecting fossils. My most important finds are the holotype specimens for Brodioptera stricklanii, the oldest known winged insect from North America and a fish from the Manning Canyon Shale formation, named Bourbonnela jocelynae in honor of my deceased daughter, Jocelyn.