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Donald Shaw

Donald Shaw

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Donald Shaw is an author of materials Donald Shaw is a member of the Virtual Speakers Bureau
Donald Shaw is Volunteer of the Year Donald Shaw has received the Distinguished Service Award Donald Shaw has received the Innovative Use of MERLOT Award Donald Shaw has received the MERLOT House Cup Award

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Virtual Speakers Bureau

Skills & Interests

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

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

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

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).

Teaching Experience

  • Seminar of Biological Sciences (Current)
    • UT Martin – (Biology 411)
  • Endocrinology (Current)
    • UT Martin – (Zoology 463)
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II (Current)
    • UT Martin – Zoology 251 + 352

Languages

  • Chinese
    • Speaking level: Superior
    • Reading level: Superior
  • English
    • Speaking level: Advanced
    • Reading level: Superior

Positions

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