ICCRA Member Profile: Jeffrey Wilson

ICCRA Founding Member & Board Member

Jeffrey Wilson, M.Sc., Director and co-founder of the Independent Crop Circle Researchers' Association (ICCRA) has been investigating crop circles that have been reported in the United States since 1996, and has visited well over 100 during the last twelve years. He was an early member of the Center for Crop Circle Studies (CCCS), in both the UK and USA branches before both organizations went defunct. He has been a contributor of USA crop circle reports to the Crop Circle Connector website since 1996. He was a frequent contributor to Crop Circle News until that website closed. His crop circle research has been covered by numerous newspapers across the USA, he is frequently interviewed on Linda Howe’s Earthfiles website, he's been a guest on various national and local TV networks, as well as national and local radio programs including Coast to Coast A.M. with George Noory.

Wilson received a Master's Degree in General Science from Eastern Michigan University located in Ypsilanti, Michigan, where he taught both Physics and Astronomy classes, and helped operate and maintain Sherzer Observatory on a volunteer basis. He has also designed and taught an online Astronomy class for the OMNIBUS Master's Degree program at Schoolcraft College (jointly with Madonna University) in Livonia, Michigan. He was a six-time certified Skywarn severe weather spotter for the Washtenaw County Emergency Management Division and the National Weather Service while he lived in that county. From 1997-2000, he served on an Environmental Task Force for Representative Lynn N. Rivers, 13th District, United States House of Representatives. He is a past member of both the American Geophysical Union and the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters where he has presented at their annual conferences.

Wilson wanted to write his Master's thesis on crop circles but couldn't get any academics to sponsor it. Instead he received a grant for his thesis from NASA under the Michigan Space Grant Consortium to analyze and map geologic reflectivity data from NASA’s Lunar Prospector Mission. Wilson now works as an analyst in private industry.

Wilson currently serves as a volunteer board member of the Friends of the Serpent Mound as the Director of Special Events and Projects. He is also a contributing member of the Hanwakan Center for Prehistoric Astronomy, Cosmology, and Landscape Studies, a certified volunteer for the Ohio Historical Society, and a member of the Serpent Mound Chapter of the American Society of Dowsers. He is enthusiasctically and happily married to Delsey Wilson.

 

 

 



Photo by Delsey Wilson


Jeff in the Hillsboro, OH 2004 formation.

Jeffrey Wilson
Director, ICCRA
(cell) 734-891-2689
(email) jeff.wilson@roadrunner.com

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Page last updated on January 30, 2010

© 2008 ICCRA - Jeffrey & Delsey Wilson.