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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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Primary Discipline: Science and Technology / Biology / Human Anatomy
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Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Jan 04, 2013
Member Since: Feb 21, 2002

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Affiliations

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

Contact Information

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Address: University of Tennessee at Martin
Department of Biological Sciences
Martin , TN 38238 United States
Professional URL: http://www.utm.edu/staff/donalds

Languages

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

Skills and Interests

Academic Interests:(A) Circadian and annual rhythms, photoperiodism, and reproductive neuroendocrinology, (B) Mammalian melatonin rhythms, and (C) Reproductive physiology in Rivulus marmoratus
Classroom Management,Teaching Effectiveness, and Teaching with Technology (Blackboard and Clicker System)

Education History

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

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). 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).
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).

Associations

MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching; website: www.merlot.org)
member 08/2002 - Current
The National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT)
member 08/2006 - Current
Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS)
member 08/2008 - 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
TAS (Tennessee Academy of Science)
member 08/2012 - Current
American Physiological Society (APS)
member 08/2005 - Current

Teaching Experience

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