Dr. Andrew Madison
Office: White Hall 134
Phone: (731) 661-5127
Email: amadison@uu.edu
Snail mail: UU Box 3148,
1050 Union University Dr.
Jackson, TN 



Kansas State University
PhD in Biology (Wildlife Biology)
Dissertation: Influence of wildlife food plantings on hunting
vulnerability and over-winter survival of northern bobwhites.

University of Kentucky
Master of Science in Forestry (Wildlife Biology)
Thesis:  Impacts of disturbance in tall fescue dominated
fields on northern bobwhite habitat in Kentucky.

University of Tennessee
Bachelor of Science in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences
Minor in Forestry and Zoology

Professional Experience

2002 to present

Associate Professor of Biology at Union University
Undergraduate Research Director in the Department of Biology
Teach classes for the Conservation Biology major

1998 to 2002

Assistant Professor of Biology at Waycross College
Teaching Essentials of Ecology, Principles of Biology I and II,
and Anatomy and Physiology


Senior Wildlife Biologist Technician
Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources


Graduate Teaching/Research Assistant
Division of Biology, Kansas State University


Wildlife Biology Consultant
Mining Consulting Services, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky


Graduate Research Assistant
Department of Forestry, University of Kentucky


Graduate Research Assistant
Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute,
Texas A&M University, Kingsville


Forestry Intern
Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc.,
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee.


Madison, L. Andrew, Robert J. Robel, and David P. Jones.  2002.  Influence of food plots on the hunting vulnerability and overwinter survival of northern bobwhites in Kansas.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 20:1120-1127.

Madison, L. Andrew, and Robert J. Robel.  2001.  Energy characteristics and consumption of several seeds recommended for northern bobwhite food plantings.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 29:1219-1227.

Madison, L. Andrew, Thomas G. Barnes, and Jeffery D. Sole.  2001.  Effectiveness of fire, disking, and herbicide for renovating tall fescue fields to northern bobwhite habitat.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 29:706-712.

Madison, L. Andrew, Robert J. Robel, and David P. Jones.  2000.  Influence of food plots on northern bobwhite home range, habitat use, and movements.  Pages 36-41 in L. A. Brennan, W. E. Palmer, L. W. Burger, Jr., and T. L. Pruden (eds.)  Quail IV:  Proceedings of the Fourth National Quail Symposium.  Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, FL.

Madison, L. Andrew, Thomas G. Barnes, and Jeffery D. Sole.  1995.  Effectiveness of fire, disking, and herbicide application for improving northern bobwhite brood-rearing habitat in tall fescue-dominated fields.  Proceedings of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 49:525-536.

Madison, L. Andrew, and Philip S. Gipson.  1995.  Wildlife damage control in Kansas:  private operators and public agencies.  Proceedings of the Eastern Wildlife Damage Management Conference 7:44-49.

Barnes, Thomas G., L. Andrew Madison, Jeffery D. Sole, and Michael J. Lacki.  1995.  An assessment of habitat quality for northern bobwhite in tall fescue-dominated fields.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 23:231-237.

Barnes, Thomas G., and L. Andrew Madison.  1992.  Tall fescue as northern bobwhite quail habitat?  Quail Unlimited Magazine 11(6):30-33.