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Donald Shaw

Gold Level Contributor  MERLOT Author  Member of VSB
Assistant Professor
University of Tennessee at Martin
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Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Jan 04, 2013
Member Since: Feb 21, 2002

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Affiliations

Primary Affiliation:
  • University of Tennessee System - Martin (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, TN, United States)

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Contact Information

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Address:
University of Tennessee at Martin
Department of Biological Sciences
Martin, TN 38238 United States

Virtual Speakers Bureau

Member of VSB Since: Jan 01, 2013
Best Way to Contact: email  Please log in to view contact information
Fees Involved: No
Technical Formats: Conference Calls, Email, Face-To-Face, Online/Video Conferencing
Topics of Expertiese: 1-Circadian and Seasonal Rhythms in Mammals, 2-Classroom Management, 3-Topics of Human Anatomy/Physiology, and 4-Topics of Mammalian Endocrinology
Presentation Titles: 1-Functional Syllabus, 2-First Day of the Class, 3-How to Use Blackboard Effectively, and 4-Effective Classroom Management
Availability, special terms, etc.: I am usually available when I am not teaching; however please email me at donalds@utm.edu to make an arrangement with me. Thank you.

Languages

  • Chinese - speaking level (Superior) - reading level (Superior)
  • English - speaking level (Advanced) - reading level (Superior)

Skills & Interests

  • Education/General (Expert)
    Classroom Management,Teaching Effectiveness, and Teaching with Technology (Blackboard and Clicker System)
  • Science and Technology/Biology/Human Anatomy (Expert)
    Academic Interests:(A) Circadian and annual rhythms, photoperiodism, and reproductive neuroendocrinology, (B) Mammalian melatonin rhythms, and (C) Reproductive physiology in Rivulus marmoratus

Education History

  • Ph.D. in Physiology (Endocrinology) (08/1994)
    University of Connecticut
  • Master of Science in Physiology (Endocrinology) (08/1989)
    University of Connecticut
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology (08/1983)
    Fu-Jen Catholic University in Taiwan

Positions

  • Assistant professor in Biology (08/2007 - Current) University of Tennessee at Martin

Publications

  • Stallings A, Shaw D, Reddick J, Gray J, and Taylor W. (2013). Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab Manual. New York, McGraw Hill Higher Education.
  • Gathers A, Jorge B, Nielsen A, and Shaw D. (2009). Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab Manual. New York, McGraw Hill Higher Education.
  • Shaw, D, Goldman, BD. (2007). Developmental changes in male Siberian hamsters (Phodopus sungorus) exposed to different gestational and postnatal photoperiods in Journal of Pineal Research (43:25-34).
  • Shaw D, Glombicki JS, Gonzales C. (2006). Human Physiology Lab Manual. Eden Prairie, MN: BlueDoor Publishing.
  • Shaw, D, Goldman, BD. (1995). Gender differences in influence of prenatal photoperiods on postnatal pineal melatonin rhythms and serum prolactin and follicle-stimulating hormone in the Siberian hamster (Phodopus sungorus) in Endocrinology (136:4237-4246).
  • Shaw, D, Goldman, BD. (1995). Influence of prenatal and postnatal photoperiods on postnatal testis development in the Siberian hamster (Phodopus sungorus) in Biol Reprod (52:833-838).
  • Shaw, D, Goldman, BD. (1995). Influence of prenatal photoperiods on postnatal reproductive responses to daily infusions of melatonin in the Siberian hamster (Phodopus sungorus) in Endocrinology (136:4231-4236).

Associations

  • TAS (Tennessee Academy of Science)
    member 08/2012 - Current
  • iTeach (www.iteach-ap.com; A collaborative learning space for anatomy and physiology instructors)
    member 08/2010 - Current
  • Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR)
    member 08/2009 - Current
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS)
    member 08/2008 - Current
  • The National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT)
    member 08/2006 - Current
  • American Physiological Society (APS)
    member 08/2005 - Current
  • MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching; website: www.merlot.org)
    member 08/2002 - Current

Teaching Experience

  • Biology for major ( Current)
    UT Martin - (Biology 140)
  • Endocrinology ( Current)
    UT Martin - (Zoology 463)
  • Freshman Biology ( Current)
    UT Martin - (Biology 110)
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology ( Current)
    UT Martin - (Zoology 201; non-major)
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II ( Current)
    UT Martin - Zoology 251 + 352
  • Seminar of Biological Sciences ( Current)
    UT Martin - (Biology 411)