Academic Backround

Academic Background

Stephen J. Salek, Ph.D

 

EDUCATION

  Ph.D., Physiology. 2000.

North Carolina State University, Department of Zoology

Dissertation Title: Behavioral and Physiological Changes Associated with

Maturation and Spawning of Temperate Basses, genus Morone.

Advisors: Drs. Craig V. Sullivan and John R. Godwin.

 

M.S., Zoology. 1993.

North Carolina State University, Department of Zoology

Thesis Title: Effects of the Early Social Environment on Subsequent         Parental  Behavior and Reproductive Success in Pine Voles, Microtus pinetorum.

Advisor: Dr. John G. Vandenbergh.

 

B.Sc., Biology. Magna cum laude, 1991.

Montclair State University, Department of Biology

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Teaching

Assistant Professor 2001- Present

Fayetteville State University, Department of Natural Sciences. General Biology Endocrinology, Physiology, Zoology, Student advising, Research, Mentoring, Departmental, University and Community Service.

Lecturer 2001

Fayetteville State University, Department of Natural Sciences. General Biology Endocrinology, Physiology.

Animal Diversity Instructor 2001

            Lecture instruction in the diversity of invertebrate and vertebrate animals with emphasis on classification.

Post Doctoral Teaching Associate 2000-2001

            Development of new honors sections of courses in cellular and developmental zoology, introductory biology, animal diversity, and evolution, behavior and ecology. Involve undergraduate students in ongoing research projects. Serve as academic advisor in the biological sciences program.