Alicia Mundt

Office: 140 Vocational Rehabilitation
Phone: 608/213-3390

Alicia Mundt is an adjunct instructor in the School of Education at University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Her career began in South Carolina teaching social studies to middle school students. As a social studies educator, she integrated technology and developed the social studies curriculum in a hybrid format. In 2000, she authored a 7th grade district-wide geography curriculum pacing guide that was recognized by the South Carolina Department of Education. She also facilitated an online cooperative learning project with Armenian and U.S. students called the Armenian Connectivity Project; this project was sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education and Project Harmony. In her next position, she served as middle school Instructional Technology Specialist (ITS) and created professional development seminars highlighting instructional applications of educational technologies.

Alicia graduated magna cum laude from Pepperdine University and earned a Master of Arts in Education Technology. This program gave her extensive experience learning and teaching online.

She worked for University of Wisconsin-Madison in the Division of Information Technology. She worked with the state research and education network as the Education Workgroup Facilitator and Educational Technology Specialist and collaborated with statewide policy decision-makers regarding K-12 educational technology services in Wisconsin.

Ms. Mundt also worked as an instructional systems designer for Planning and Learning Technologies in Arlington, Virginia where she created distance learning courses for the National Foreign Affairs Training Center.

She is a native of Virginia Beach and a "military brat" growing up around aircraft carriers, jets, and military protocol.  Alicia lives in Alexandria, VA with her husband and son.

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