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Austin J. Dias


1 LMU Dr

Biology Department

Los Angeles, CA 90045

Austin J. Dias Resume

Popular Culture in East Asia Media Project


B.S. Biology

  • Expected May 2019

Relevant Course Work

  1. Comparative Anatomy & Lab
  2. SS:Microbiology & Society
  3. Principles of Ecology & Lab
  4. Immunology
  5. Biochemistry
  6. Urban Ecology & Lab
  7. Plant Interactions
  8. General Microbiology & Lab
  9. Biomathematical Modeling
  10. Biochemistry

Career Interests & Goals

Interested in obtaining O.D. (Doctorate of Optometry)

  • >60 hours of shadowing experience

Work Experience

Loyola Marymount University Los Angeles, CA

Shift-Lead at the Lion's Den (2015-Present)
  • Main focus on serving the students of LMU and maintaining the core values of our university in commitment to students and community. Quality customer service is an essential part of performing this job at the highest level.
  • Counted on to remain a source of support and guidance for LMU community.

Loyola Marymount University Relations Los Angeles, CA

Office Assistant (2017)
  • Carried out various duties according to office needs. Daily tasks included filing, making copies, organizing spreadsheets, handling paperwork, and answering phone calls.
  • Expected to complete responsibilities in a timely and efficient manner, while receiving minimal assistance.

Loyola Marymount University Los Angeles, CA

International Orientation Leader (2017-2018)
  • Served as a mentor to incoming international students by displaying the values and excellence of Loyola Marymount University.

Wheeler Regional YMCA of Greater Hartford Plainville, CT

Camp Counselor (2014-2016)
  • Responsible for ensuring the growth and development of children aged 5-13. Skillful in allowing others to feel confident and succeed in a new environment.

Personal Interests

  • Sports
  • Health & Exercise

Favorite Aspect of Biology

My favorite aspect of biology is learning about the human body and the intricacy of our systems. It is fascinating to gain an understanding of the complexity of our body's efforts to maintain homeostasis. I am highly interested in immunology and the ability to fight pathogens, it is like peering into a chess match at the microscopic level.

Favorite Aspect of Mathematics

My favorite aspect of Mathematics is challenging myself to solve a problem and really engaging in critical thinking. I enjoy math because it forces me to show perseverance and work through a complicated problem by thinking one step at a time.


  • Met with Edward TalaTala in person to establish skills of uploading images, adding templates, and formatting.
  • Had a discussion with my homework partner Desiree Gonzalez briefly before class about formatting. I also looked at her user page to get an idea of how to format my own.
  • Looked over Leanne Kuwahara user page to see how she formatted her page as an example.
  • Took guidance from Dr.Dahlquist and the suggestions she gave in class

Except for what is noted above, this individual journal entry was completed by me and not copied from another source.

Austindias (talk) 16:38, 23 January 2019 (PST)


Workshop: Introduction to Wikis. (n.d.). Retrieved January 23, 2019, from

Dahlquist, K. and Fitzpatrick, B. (2019). BIOL388/S19:Week 1. [online] Available at:Week 1 Assignment Page [Accessed 29 Jan. 2019].

BIOL 388 Classwork



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