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Nicole Dooskin

Former Graduate Research Assistant, ICIS

Nicole Dooskin, former Graduate Research Assistant received a Master of Urban Planning from the Wagner Graduate School of Public Service in 2005. She received her Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource and Environment from the University of Michigan and completed a program in Land Use Policy and Management studies in New Zealand through San Francisco State University. Prior to her work at ICIS, Nicole worked as Associate Director of Development and Communication for College Kids, a community-based education provider in Oakland, CA. She also served as the Project Manager at American Land Conservancy in San Francisco, CA and as a Research Fellow for the Environmental Protection Agency’s Western Ecology Division Laboratory, researching the effects of increased ozone levels on plant growth.





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