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Diane Marie Dudzinski, PhD

Occupation: Biology Educator
Born: Erie, Pennsylvania

Education:
PhD, Fordham University (1974)
MS, Fordham University (1970)
BS, Villa Maria College (now part of Gannon University) Erie, PA (1968)

Certifications:
Certified Power Boat Pilot, Secondary School Teacher Pennsylvania, New York

Career:
Professor of Biology, Washington State Community College (1991-2012)
Professor Biology, Mercyhurst College (1986-1991)
Chairperson Department Science and Mathematics, College of Santa Fe (1982-1985)
Professor Biological, College of Santa Fe (1981-1986)
Associate Professor, College of Santa Fe (1978-1981)
Assistant Professor Biology, Manhattan College, Bronx (1975-1978)
Instructor, Manhattan College, Bronx (1973-1975)
Teaching Fellow, Fordham University, Bronx (1972-1974)
Instructor, Pace University, New York City (1972-1973)
Laboratory Assistant, Fordham University, Bronx (1969-1972)
Instructor, Ladycliff College, New York City (1970-1971)
Laboratory Assistant, Villa Maria College, Erie, PA (1964-1968)
Biology Professor, Ladycliff College, New York City

Career Related:
Environmental Consultant, Controls for Environmental Pollution, Santa Fe (1979-1981); Environmental Consultant, Environmental-Medical Laboratories, Ruston, LA (1979-1980)

Creative Works:
Contributing Author, Articles, Professional Journals

Achievements:
American Society of Science Educators Fellowship at NASA Ames Research Center Summers of 1982, 1983, & 1984, Stanford University working on Closed Environment Life Support Systems (CELSS) in preparation for the space station and working on microbial contamination’s that might occur.

Awards:
Recipient, 50 Year Award, Gannon University (2019); Recipient, Distinguished Alumni Award, Villa Maria College in Career Achievement (1986); Fellow, NASA (1982-1984); Grantee, National Institutes of Health (1980-1981); Grantee, National Science Foundation (1976-1980); Recipient, Award, U.S. Department Interior Fish and Wildlife Service (1977); Recipient, Eisenhower Education Grant; Honoree, First Woman Participant of US-USSR Joint Oceanographic Expedition to Bering Sea

Memberships:
Member, Gannon University Heritage Society (2018); Member, Board of Directors, Zonta Club of Marietta, OH (1995-2013); Member, Board of Directors, New Mexico Network for Women in Science and Engineering (1985-1987); Treasurer, New Mexico Network for Women in Science and Engineering (1981-1982, 1985, 1986); Moderator, Student Chapter, Manhattan College, American Institute of Biological Science (1975-1978); Audiovisual Director, International Congress, American Society of Protozoologists (1977); Member, American Association for the Advancement of Science; Member, American Society of Microbiologists; Member, Pennsylvania Academy of Science; Member, Tri Beta; Member, Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Honor Society

Political Affiliation:
Democrat

Religion:
Roman Catholic

Family:
Daughter of Maxim John Dudzinski and Sophie (Wisniewski) Dudzinski

Hobbies:
Snorkeling; Swimming; Gardening; Antiques; Traveling

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