Bryan Duncan worked with Auburn University faculty stationed in the Philippines in 1973/74 as a Peace Corps volunteer. He returned to Auburn University in 1974 and was hired onto the faculty in 1975. As a faculty member he spent 1976 to 1981 in Indonesia working on aa USAID funded aquaculture project. Upon his return to Auburn he continued to work with the international program which included starting the Aquaculture Training Program for international students in 1982. He became director of the International Center for Aquaculture and Aquatic Environments in 1989 after the retirement of Don Moss. In 2003 his duties were expanded and he became director of the Office of International Agriculture in the College of Agriculture. In addition to his long-term assignment in Indonesia, he has worked in 44 countries on short-term assignments for a total of almost 1,000 days. Bryan retired as director of the ICAAE and from the Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures in 2005.
Jack Snow was a faculty member in the Department of Fisheries and allied Aquacultures from 1974 until 1983. His specialty was hatchery management. He graduated from Auburn University earning a B.S. Degree in 1942 and a M.S. Degree in 1948. He started his fisheries career in 1950, when he joined the U.S. Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. His assignment was at the Marion, Alabama National Fish Hatchery and Training School, where he served as Director until 1974 when he retired. He joined the Auburn University Fisheries Department serving until 1983. This picture was taken in the early 2000′s