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Stephen Dunbar, PhD
Associate Professor, Earth and Biological Sciences
School of Medicine
Member, Biology, SST, Faculty of Graduate Studies
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
4/2010 - 6/2010 BIOL 517: Ecological Physiology
A study of the relationship between environments and the physiological adaptations of organisms that live in them; from marine and freshwater to deserts and mountains. 4 Units.
1/2010 - 4/2010 BIOL 594: Biodiversity and Conservation
1/2010 - 4/2010 BIOL 695: Special Projects in Biology: Writing for Publications
4/2009 - 6/2009 BIOL 504 Marine Invertebrates. A survey of marine invertebrate taxa of the world with special emphasis on tropical aqnd coral reef invertebrates. The course includes a labaratory componant, as well as some e-lab componants.
Use of online laboratory materials.
1/2009 - 3/2009 BIOL 505 Marine Biology. A survey of the vertebrate marine species of the world, and of the oceanographic processes and ecological interactions that affect them. Greatest emphasis is placed upon species from tropical seas and coral reefs of the world.
9/2006 - 12/2006 Marine Biology
A survey of marine processes and organisms with an introduction to marine ecology. Emphasis is on tropical marine systems. 4 Units.
8/2006 - 9/2006 Field Tropical Marine Biology
An introductory tropical marine biology course for non-majors with emphasis on practical surveying in Roatan, Honduras through SCUBA diving and snorkling. 4 Units.
3/2006 - 6/2006 BIOL 517: Ecological Physiology
A study of the relationship between environments and the physiological adaptations of organisms that live in them; from marine and freshwater to deserts and mountains. 4 Units.
Interactive Teaching
 
4/2009 - 6/2009 BIOL 588: Current Topics - Integrative Research. This course emphasiszed the need for a multi-disciplinary approach to research and community development with special emphasis on communities in Honduras where the aim is to integrate aspects of environment, conservation, health, economics, education, society, family, and the individual.
1/2009 - 3/2009 BIOL 607 Biology Seminar. Preparation and organization of the weekly Seminar series for graduate Biology students. Speakers are invited from both on campus
7/2008 - 6/2009 BIOL 589 Readings in Biology; Independent Studies.
7/2008 - 6/2009 BIOL 698 Thesis Research.
9/2006 Field Tropical Marine Biology
An introductory tropical marine biology course for non-majors with emphasis on practical surveying in Roatan, Honduras through SCUBA diving and snorkling. 10 Learners. 4 Units.
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
6/2006 - Present Graduate Biology Program Director
Coordinate and facilitate the transition of students into the graduate Biology program, as well as assist in seeing them through completion of the program. General supervision of new graduate students in the EBS Biology program.