Curriculum Vita- Teaching Conferences, Workshops, and Informal Activities
My complete vita is available by clicking here. Below is a summary of my educational, scholarly, and professional qualifications.
Teaching Conferences, Workshops, and Informal Activities
- Workshop: Animal Abundance, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
- Teaching Workshop: Cooperative Learning in the Classroom- USF Center for Teaching Enhancement
- Florida Higher Education 10th Statewide Conference, St. Petersburg, Florida.
- Teaching Workshops: Teaching Excellence-USF Center for
- Critical Thinking Skills-USF Center for Teaching Enhancement
- Power Point Use in the Classroom-USF Center for Teaching Enhancement
- Improving Your Lectures-USF Center for Teaching Enhancement
- Active Learning-USF Center for Teaching Enhancement
- Scientific consultant, “Wild Things” film of guanacos in Torres del Paine National Park, Chile.
- Substitute lecturer, Iowa State University, Population Biology.
- Scientific consultant, National Geographic special "Puma:Lion of the Andes.”
1991 - 1994
- Field Supervisor: 2 masters and 6
undergraduate student theises, trained and supervised 22
research assistants in field techniques, including the capture
and marking of juvenile guanacos, chemical immobilization and
restraint of adult male guanacos, radio telemetry, census
methods, necropsy techniques, and behavioral observations. I
also presented scientific lectures to governmental personnel,
tourists, high school students, and teachers. Patagonia Wildlife
Research Station, Torres
del Paine National Park, Chile.
- Substitute lecturer, Iowa State University, Mammalogy.
- Private Tutor, Davis & Elkins College, General Biology.