Site icon Industry Leaders

Diane Marie Dudzinski, PhD

Occupation: Biology Educator
Born: Erie, Pennsylvania

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

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

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

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.

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

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:

Roman Catholic

Daughter of Maxim John Dudzinski and Sophie (Wisniewski) Dudzinski

Snorkeling; Swimming; Gardening; Antiques; Traveling

Exit mobile version