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DALON STONE ds16055b4@westpost.net 8801 N FM 620, Apt.

1237, Austin, TX 78726 Cell: (979) 204-6661 Professional Experience Supervising Agent American Income Life, Austin, TX, February 2011 - Present Responsible for scheduling appointments with various union and association membe rs, enrolling them in customized supplemental benefits packages based on the cli ent's specific financial needs, and servicing existing policyholders. Promoted f rom entry-level to supervising agent within two months based on outstanding sale s and performance record. Graduate Research Assistant Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, January 2009 - December 2010 Investigated correlations between high-resolution aircraft measurements of vario us atmospheric trace gases and quantitative output from a global coupled chemist ry-climate model through statistical analysis. Student Research Intern National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO, May 2009 - August 2009 Responsible for building software programs to read and analyze model output from several global climate models, and presenting results and quality control asses sments to the Atmospheric Chemistry Division. Graduate Teaching Assistant Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, August 2008 - December 2008 Instructor for an introductory atmospheric science lab (ATMO 202) and two sectio ns of a global and regional climatology lab (ATMO 324), conducted lectures and e xperiments and graded assignments. Undergraduate Research Assistant Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, May 2007 - May 2008 Performed original research concerning oceanic rainfall estimates using data fro m buoy networks and several meteorological satellites, also designed a web-based forecasting tool using HTML to assist scientists during the Stratosphere-Tropos phere Analyses of Regional Transport 2008 (START08) project. Education M.S. in Atmospheric Science Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, Projected December 2011 Advisor: Dr. Kenneth P. Bowman, GPA: 3.7, 32 Credit Hours Completed Thesis Proposal: "Evaluation of WACCM simulations of the extratropical upper tro posphere and lower stratosphere using data from the Stratosphere-Troposphere Ana lyses of Regional Transport 2008 experiment (START08)" B.S. in Meteorology Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, August 2008 Advisor: Dr. Lee Panetta, Major GPA: 3.8 Research Publication: Bowman, K. P., C. R. Homeyer, and D. G. Stone, 2009: A com parison of oceanic precipitation measurements in the tropics and subtropics. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 48, 1335-1344 Computer Experience Scientific Programming: IDL, Shell Scripting, C++, Fortran, NSHARP, Unix, Matlab , Maple

Operating Systems: MS Windows XP/Vista/7, Linux, Mac OS Other Applications: MS Word/Powerpoint/Excel, Visual Basic, Mac iWork, HTML, LaT eX, Adobe Illustrator Selected Presentations C. Homeyer and D. Stone; "A comparison of oceanic precipitation estimates in the tropics and subtropics," Atmospheric Science Seminar, Texas A&M University, Col lege Station, TX; January 28, 2010 D. Stone; "Model evolution of a START08 observed tropospheric intrusion," UTLS W orkshop, NCAR, Boulder, CO; October 20, 2009 D. Stone; "WACCM simulation of a START08 observed tropospheric intrusion," SatDa t Group Meeting, NCAR, Boulder, CO, August 13, 2009 D. Stone, K. Bowman; "GFS tropopause errors in stratospheric intrusions," START0 8 Workshop, NCAR, Boulder, CO, March 5, 2009 Selected Awards and Recognition Top Weekly Sales Producer, Steve Greer Agency, American Income Life, March 2011 Finalist, Public Speaking Contest, Department of Communications, 2008 Academic Science Scholarship, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, 2007 Distinguished Student, College of Geosciences, 2005 - 2007 Leadership Award, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, 2005 Texas High School Valedictorian Scholarship, 2004 - 2005 References and official collegiate transcripts provided upon request.