Faculty & Instructional Staff
Dr. Andy Madison
- B.S.; University of Tennessee
- M.S.; University of Kentucky
- Ph.D.; Kansas State University
- Conservation Biology
Courses Commonly Taught
- BIO 235: Natural Resource Policy
- BIO 335: Conservation Biology
- BIO 337: Taxonamy of Vascular Plants
- BIO 425: Introduction to Research
- BIO 426: Research Experience
- BIO 427: Research Presentation
- Wildlife management
- Conservation ecology
Recent undergraduate research projects supervised
- Williams, Allen. Evaluation of four plant growth regulators in cotton on effectiveness and yield.
- Cathey, Daniel. The determination of the response of West Tennessee wildlife populations to the scent of cougar urine by the use of scent stations.
- Jacks, Robert. Wild turkey (Meleagris gallopovo) assessment at the Milan Army Ammunition Plant in Spring, 2008.
- Hayden, Will. An investigation into the effects of creatine monohydrate supplementation on body weight and liver function in rats.
- Scott, Dustin. Small mammal and herptofauna inventory on Chickasaw State Park and Forest.
- Neese, Morgan. An examination of quality and quantity of eggs produced of zebra finches (Taenipygia guttata) on Petamine breeding formula.
- On-going research: Eastern wild turkey assessment at the Milan Army Ammunition Plant.
- Created supplemental material for Berg & Hager, Visualizing Environmental Science, Wiley. Determined a series of National Geographic videos and edited web-based activities corresponding to information in the textbook.