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Allison Dungan
Associate Outreach Specialist

Nutrient Cycling and Agroecosystems Laboratory, University of Wisconsin-Madison

52 Soil Science
Madison, WI 53706
USA

Phone: (608) 262-1510
Email: adungan@umces.edu

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52 Soil Science
Madison WI 53706 USA

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PERSONAL DETAILS

NameAllison Dungan
Emailadungan@umces.edu

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

Committed steward of natural resource protection

Compelling public speaker and communicator

Enthusiastic and energetic in all pursuits



EDUCATION

2007

Bachelor of Science, Randolph-Macon College. Cumulative GPA: 3.66
Majors: Environmental Studies, Political Science. Minor: Biology

WORK EXPERIENCE

Jan 2008 - Apr 2010

Environmental Planner, Caroline County, MD
Coordinate Caroline County’s Critical Area Program
Educate the public on County, State, and Federal development regulations
Manage watershed planning and associated grants

Fall 2007 - Jan 2008

Teacher, Talbot County Public Schools, Easton High School
Substitute teacher for approximately 90 biology students
Completed grading, parent conferences, and lesson planning for 4 biology classes

Spring 2007

Intern, Model Forestry Policy Planning Ashland, VA
Provided assistance in the development of presentations and issues papers

Jan 2007

Intern, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office Congressional Affairs
Covered committee hearings and tracked committee assignments
Created documents for use by the Administrator in testifying before Committees

2006 - 2007

Intramurals Program Coordinator, Randolph-Macon College
Recruited and managed sports coordinators and officials
Completed payroll and personnel work for the Brock Recreation Center

Summer 2006

Research Assistant/Intern, University of MD Center for Environmental Studies
Organized field trips for data collection
Presented data analysis using effective science communication tools

Summers 2000 - 2004, 2007

Nature Program Counselor, Oxford Kids Camp
Created daily lessons for about 10 campers age 6-13 per week
Led camp programs for 50 campers age 6-13 per week
Directly supervised two junior counselors

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

 

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
  • Experience in SPSS and biostatistics software
  • Experience with Arc View GIS 9.2/9.3
  • Experience in Adobe Creative Suite
  • Experience in webpage editing
  • Maryland Forest Conservation Qualified Professional
  • Maryland Soccer Association D License
  • College Reading and Learning Association Peer Tutor Certification

 

RESEARCH

 

  • 2005 co-recipient of a Chesapeake Bay Small Watersheds research grant
  • Designed and conducted research on retrofitted stormwater drainage units
  • Organized biyearly community environmental stewardship events for three years

 

HONORS

Pepper Laughon Service to Community Award - honors Trustee Emeritus Frank E. (Pepper) Laughon, Jr., '59, and is presented annually to a student organization or individual making significant contributions that enrich the lives of others.

Phi Beta Kappa - Honor awarded yearly to graduating seniors who must be in the top ten percent of their class and who display the leadership qualities necessary for Phi Beta Kappa membership.

Omicron Delta Kappa - The society recognizes those who have achieved excellence both in academic achievement and leadership in campus activities.

Pi Sigma Alpha - National Honor Society for graduate and undergraduate students in political science

Dean's List - All completed semesters

Presidential Merit Scholar - The program recognizes students who have demonstrated the highest levels of academic achievement and leadership.

T. McNider Simpson Scholarship Award - Awarded to a Randolph-Macon College student displaying academic ability and strong leadership qualities.

Community Anti Drug Coalition of America (CADCA) National Outstanding Youth Award (2003) – Awarded on the basis of work done for a nonprofit substance abuse prevention organization in the area of youth tobacco cessation.

ACTIVITIES

2009 - Present

MD State Water Quality Advisory Committee

2008 - Present

Choptank River Tributary Team Member

2007 - Present

Youth Soccer Coach, Easton High School and Talbot YMCA

2004 - 2008

Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk Participant

2004 - 2007

College Judicial Board, Chair

2004 - 2007

Habitat for Humanity, College Chapter, President

2004 - 2007

Students for Environmental Action, Secretary

2006 - 2007

Student Government Association, Senior Class President