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  • Sketchnoting for Academic Success
    I would appreciate your thoughts on the educational value of sketchnoting E mail me at jcox murraystate edu Overall in my opinion the educational value of sketchnoting can be summarized in these four words Organize Learn Remember Apply Thanks to all the students in this course for their hard work and willingness to share their sketchnotes I would also like to thank Richmond Residential College for space and support SKETCHNOTES MADE IN IDC 199 FALL 2013 Sketchnoting to Expand Vocabulary Want to expand your vocabulary Of course but do you remember the definition of a word minutes or days after looking up the definition Can making sketchnotes about the word help you remember its definition and thus become a part of your vocabulary Sketchnoting to Learn Grammar Rules We all love the rules of grammar learned years ago However we may need a refresher in some of the rules Can sketchnoting help you remember the rules and use them properly when writing and speaking Sketchnoting a Video or Lecture We watch TED and other videos to learn new things Students take notes in courses to archive and capture information and thoughts Videos are also used much more often these days as instructional tools However how much of the information covered in the videos or lectures do we actually remember the next day Can sketchnoting help us organize remember and apply important information from videos or live presentations lectures Most of the excellent work in sketchnoting see below has been done in this area Sketchnoting to Rewrite or Recast Lecture Meeting Notes In an academic setting we all attend meetings or classes in which notes need to be taken Most students struggle with effective note taking strategies and many professionals become bored in endless meetings Can sketchnoting be an effective way

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  • teachingexperience
    Approaches Developmental Biology Ethics in Biology Ethology Field Studies in Ecology Belize Ecuador General Biology General Zoology Genetics Histology Human Anatomy Human Physiology Introduction to Biological Inquiry and Analysis Introduction to Science The Earth System Mammalogy Physiological Ecology Special Topics

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  • Research Contents Page
    the health of white footed mice with Drs Renee Fister Maeve McCarthy Chris Mecklin David Roach Nicole Gerlanc and Howard Whiteman NSF UBM RUI Biology and Mathematics in Population Studies DyKnow Software Suite Implementation with Dr Renee Fister and Mr Greg Gierhart A Campus wide initiative to develop deploy and assess five models of technology enhanced teaching and learning with Dr Ricky Cox HP Technology for Teaching 2006 Higher Education Leadership Grant Integrating inquiry based teaching and a technology rich environment to improve student learning with Dr Ricky Cox and Linda Miller HP Technology for Teaching Grant Initiative Effects of habitat size on stress immunocompetence and parasitic infection in free living populations of white footed mice with Dr Claire Fuller NSF EPSCoR and the Committee on Institutional Studies and Research Immunocompetence as a component of energy budgets and life history strategies of mammals I Immunocompetence as a component of energy budgets and life history strategies of mammals II HHMI and the Committee on Institutional Studies and Research The effects of testosterone on immunocompetence immunosuppression or immunoredistribution HHMI and the Committee on Institutional Studies and Research Reconstructing the introductory biology program using inquiry based approaches NSF CCLI A I Faculty Institutes

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  • publications
    immune maintenance is energetically costly in wild white footed mice Peromyscus leucopus Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 76 744 752 Derting Terry L and Cynthia A Hornung 2003 Energy demand diet quality and central processing organs in wild white footed mice Peromyscus leucopus Journal of Mammalogy 84 1381 1398 Lewis C E T W Clark and T L Derting 2001 Food selection by the white footed mouse Peromyscus leucopus on the basis of energy and protein contents Canadian Journal of Zoology 79 562 568 Derting T L 1999 Conservation for the long term BioScience 49 250 251 Derting T L J H Kruper J L Wiles M L Carter and H M Furlong 1999 Physiological bases of male olfactory cues and mate preferences nutritional history and testosterone level Pp 463 473 In Advances in Chemical Signals in Vertebrates R E Johnston D Muller Schwarze and P W Sorenson eds Kluwer Academic Plenum Publishers NY 674 pp Derting T L J H Kruper and C E Rebar BioQUEST the 3 P s and Field Work In Problem Posing Problem Solving and Persuading Peers Biology Curricular Reform in the Making J R Jungck P Soderberg and J Stewart eds Invited chapter In review Derting T L and M Wells Austin 1998 Changes in gut capacity with lactation and cold exposure in a species with low rates of energy use the pine vole Microtus pinetorum Physiological Zoology 71 611 623 Derting T L 1998 Interdisciplinary nature of ecology BioScience 48 864 865 Derting T L 1997 Subspecific variation in growth and reproduction in the hispid cotton rat Sigmodon hispidus Journal of Mammalogy 78 2 613 625 Derting T L 1997 Undergraduate views of academic misconduct in the biological sciences American Biology Teacher 59 147 151 Armstrong J S and T L Derting 1997 Nest site selection by gray squirrels Implications for management in western KY Proceedings of the 7th Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys pp 24 38 Stanford V E T L Derting and S White 1997 Ohio River dam construction short term impacts on bald eagle populations Proceedings of the 7th Symposium on the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys pp 99 108 Derting T L 1996 Changes in gastrointestinal characteristics of an omnivorous species the raccoon Procyon lotor with season and lactation Journal of Mammalogy 77 2 440 448 Derting T L and E B Noakes 1995 Seasonal changes in gut capacity in the white footed mouse Peromyscus leucopus and the meadow vole Microtus pennsylvanicus Canadian Journal of Zoology 73 243 252 Derting T L 1994 Teaching ethics in the sciences How and why Bioscene Journal of College Biology Teaching 20 23 16 21 Derting T L and B A Bogue 1993 Morphological responses of the gut to moderate energy demands in a small herbivore Microtus pennsylvanicus Journal of Mammalogy 74 59 68 Noakes E B III and T L Derting 1993 The effects of diet and season on gut morphology in

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  • graduatestudents
    National Recreation Area Mohammed El Adwadly M S 2008 High School Biology Teacher A cross national comparison of highschool biology textbooks content instruction and assessment of genetics and molecular biology in Egypt and the United States Travis Brown M S 2006 Environmental Consultant Effects of stream channelization and dechannelization on mammalian species and habitat in riparian corridors Amie Lehman M S 2004 Wildlife Biologist Fort Campbell KY Nesting success intraspecific brood parasitism predation blood parasites and stress levels of wood ducks Aix sponsa in clustered and unclustered nest boxes Wildlife Biologist Fort Campbell TN Kelly Somerlot M S 2003 Landscape patterns of terrestrial vertebrate species richness in Kentucky Factors influencing future planning Cynthia Hornung M S 2001 Effects of season and lactation on gut size and rate of glucose uptake in free living white footed mice Peromyscus leucopus Marilyn Knight M S 2001 Wildlife Biologist Diet analysis of re introduced red wolves Canis rufus in northeastern North Carolina Wildlife Technician North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Brian Moyer M S 1997 Wildlife Biologist Diversity and spatial temporal and diet characteristics of bat species in a southern deciduous forest TVA s Land Between The Lakes Environmental Biologist Kentucky Department of Transportation James

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  • undergraduateresearch
    on humoral and cell mediated immunity in Peromyscus leucopus Courtney Thomason Doctoral Program Texas Tech University and Tiffany Hedrick Doctoral Program Texas Tech University 2006 Fluctuating asymmetry as a measure of stress from habitat disturbance Tiffany Hedrick Doctoral Program Texas Tech University and Patrick Howell 2004 Evaluation of multiple bioindicators of environmental stress developing predictions for wildlife and human health risks Brandon Bales Travis Brown Eco Tech Environmental Consultant Steve Clapp Adam Green Collin Schaumburg and Natalie Sutton 2004 Effects of dietary fiber and protein on immunocompetence in white footed mice Peromyscus leucopus Collin Schaumburg Kyle Humphrey Sullivan College of Pharmacy KY Holly Strong and Natalie Sutton 2003 Evaluation of multiple bioindicators of environmental stress Developing predictions for wildlife and human health risks Brandon Bales Master s Program University of North Dakota Travis Brown Master s Program MSU KY Steve Clapp Adam Green Master s Program University of Arkansas Collin Schaumburg and Natalie Sutton 2003 Impacts of anthroporenic disturbance on the health of white footed mice Peromyscus leucopus Richard Blalock Vanderbilt University Medical School Caleb Mathis Maninder Virk Doctoral Program University of Alberta Stephen Compton University of Louisville Medical School Steve Coe and Marshall Welch 2002 Patterns of energy allocation in immune challenged and testosterone treated white footed mice Peromyscus leucopus Maninder Virk Doctoral Program University of Alberta Canada 2002 The effects of testosterone on the immune system of white footed mice Peromsycus leucopus Richard Blalock Medical School Vanderbilt University 2001 Energy consumption of the immune system in Peromyscus leucopus white footed mouse Stephen Compton Medical School University of Louisville KY 2001 The role of odor cues in the assessment of genetic quality on a physiological basis in the monomorhpic mouse species Mus musculus Lee Webb Physical Therapy School Belmont University TN 2000 Swamp rabbit habitat modeling using a geographic

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  • Donnelly -- schedule, course info, etc
    117 Spring 2006 pdf MAT 421 Fall 2005 pdf MAT 140 Fall 2005 pdf MAT 099 Fall 2005 pdf MAT 510 Spring 2005 html MAT 308 Spring 2005 html MAT 250 Fall 2004 html MAT 117 Fall 2004 html MAT 099 Fall 2004 html MAT 309 Spring 2004 html MAT 117 s Spring 2004 html MAT 335 Fall 2003 html MAT 150 Fall 2003 html MAT 099 Fall 2003 html MAT 505 Spring 2003 html MAT 140 Spring 2003 html MAT 421 Fall 2002 html MAT 250 Fall 2002 html MAT 099 Fall 2002 html Fall 2012 Schedule Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 8 30 Office hour FH 6C 4 8 30 9 20 Office hour FH 6C 4 8 30 9 20 Office hour FH 6C 4 8 30 9 20 Office hour FH 6C 4 8 30 9 20 Office hour FH 6C 4 8 30 9 20 9 30 MAT 140 03 FH 308 MAT 140 03 FH 308 Office hour FH 6C 4 9 30 10 20 MAT 140 03 FH 308 MAT 140 03 FH 308 10 30 MAT 150 02 FH 309 MAT 150 02 FH 309 MAT 150 02 FH 309 MAT 150 02 FH 309 MAT 150 02 FH 309 11 30 12 30 1 30 MAT 513 613 FH 108 Office hour FH 108 1 30 2 20 MAT 513 613 FH 108 Office hour FH 108 1 30 2 20 MAT 513 613 FH 108 2 30 Office hour FH 307 2 30 3 20 Office hour FH 307 2 30 3 20 Office hour FH 307 2 30 3 20 Office hour FH 307 2 30 3 20 3 30 Students If I ve agreed to write a letter of recommendation on your behalf then click here to retrieve

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  • Donnelly -- research
    255 282 4 Constructions of representations of o 2 n 1 C that imply Molev and Reiner Stanton lattices are strongly Sperner With S J Lewis and R Pervine Discrete Mathematics 263 2003 61 79 5 Solitary and edge minimal bases for representations of the simple Lie algebra G 2 With S J Lewis and R Pervine Discrete Mathematics 306 2006 1285 1300 6 Extremal bases for the adjoint representations of the simple Lie algebras Communications in Algebra 34 2006 3705 3742 7 Constructions of representations of rank two semisimple Lie algebras with distributive lattices With L W Alverson II S J Lewis and R Pervine Electronic Journal of Combinatorics 13 2006 R109 PDF 44 pp 8 Eriksson s numbers game and finite Coxeter groups European Journal of Combinatorics 29 2008 1764 1781 Available online November 2007 doi 10 1016 j ejc 2007 06 029 Also available on the arXiv as 0710 0173 18 pp 8 5 Eriksson s numbers game on certain edge weighted three node cyclic graphs PDF Preprint 5 pp Also available on the arXiv as 0708 0880 5 pp This manuscript provides some supporting details for 8 9 Distributive lattices defined for representations of rank two semisimple Lie algebras With L W Alverson II S J Lewis M McClard R Pervine R A Proctor and N J Wildberger SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics 23 2009 527 559 PDF Preprint 33 pp Also available on the arXiv as 0707 2421 33 pp 10 Root systems for asymmetric geometric representations of Coxeter groups Accepted and to appear in Communications in Algebra PDF Preprint 15 pp Also available on the arXiv as 0707 3310 15 pp 11 The numbers game and Dynkin diagram classification results With Kimmo Eriksson PDF Preprint 20 pp Also available on the arXiv as 0810

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