|David D. Zeigler, Professor & Chair||Office: Oxendine 2101A|
|UNCP Department of Biology.||PO Box 1510, Pembroke, NC 28372-1510|
|Phone: (910) 521-6610||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
Graduate degrees (M.S. & Ph.D.) awarded from the University of North Texas, Denton, TX (Ph.D. in 1984). Specializations and special interests in animal behavior, invertebrate zoology, evolution, biodiversity, parasitology, neurobiology, the biological nature of consciousness, and the basic nature of science.
Above--Working hard in Bermuda. Marine Biology 4100
Syllabi of courses taught at UNCP:
**Click on course title for most recent syllabus
|1. Principles of Biology||BIO 1000|
|2. General Zoology Now taught primarily by Dr. John Roe & Erika Young||BIO 1020|
|3. Vertebrate Zoology Now taught by Dr. Andy Ash||BIO 2040|
|3. Animal Behavior Spring of odd # years||BIO 2050|
|4. Entomology Now taught by Dr. Bruce Ezell||BIO 3010|
|5. Invertebrate Zoology Fall of odd # years||BIO 3100|
|6. Animal Parasitology Spring of even # years||BIO 3190|
|7. Marine Biology Co-Taught with Dr. Leon Jernigan- Summer of even # years||BIO 4100|
|8. Evolution Fall Semesters||BIO 4220|
|9. Evolutionary Zoology once every 2 years as announced||BIO 5350|
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Article: The Question of Progress. 2008. Evolution: Edu. & Outreach. Vol.1, Issue 1.
Article: Predicting Evolution: How likely is it that Human-level Intelligence will Evolve Again? 2008. Skeptic Magazine. Vol.14, No.2.
Article: Relevance in Education? 2008. Evolution: Edu. & Outreach. Vol. 1, Issue 4.
Article: Conveying the Values of Science and Biology. 2009. Bioscience. Vol.59, No. 3
Article: The Problem of Bias, Even in Biology. 2009. Skeptic Magazine. Vol. 15, No. 2
Article: An Incomprehensible Universe. 2011. Skeptic Magazine. Vol. 16, No.2
Article: So Much to Unlearn. 2011. Evolution: Education and Outreach. Vol. 4, Issue 3
Letter: Why Science. 2012. The American Biology Teacher. Vol. 74, No. 1
Article: What is the Purpose of a Sponge? 2012. Skeptic Magazine. Vol. 17, No. 1
Article: Evolution and the Cumulative Nature of Science. 2012. Evolution: Education and Outreach. Vol. 4, Issue 4