Glenn Dunno, GIS Manager in the Flagstaff office, has been named the Lawrence S. Semo Scientific Achievement Award winner for the fourth quarter of 2019.
Glenn has been a mainstay of the Flagstaff office for 20 years. Recognized for his technical proficiency of ESRI products and his ability to integrate these tools to provide science-based solutions for our clients, he is revered for his unrelenting persistence and passion to solve difficult problems and consistently provide high-quality, research-grade products for our clients.
He always keeps the client goals in front of him and is continually exploring the data further to see if it can provide landscape-scale solutions to keep projects moving forward.
The quarterly Lawrence S. Semo Scientific Achievement Award rewards individuals for demonstrating passion, creativity, and scientific excellence in a manner that advances SWCA’s purpose, mission, vision, and values. The award is in honor of Larry Semo, who began working as a biologist for SWCA in Austin in 1993 and transferred to Denver in 1999. A respected and widely published ornithologist and all-around naturalist, Larry had an insatiable desire to learn and a great love for the outdoors until his untimely passing in 2011.