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					                               JANICE SCHNAKE GREENE


Personal Data

Address:                     1024 W. Linwood St.
                             Springfield, MO 65807
                             (417) 862-4381

Birth Date:                  April 12, 1961
Place of Birth:              Carthage, Missouri
Marital Status:              Married (Brian D. Greene)
Children:                    Daughters (Amy D. and Stephanie E. Greene)


Education

Bachelor of Science in Education. Southwest Missouri State University. Springfield, Missouri.
      May, 1983. Teacher certification: Biology 9-12, General Science 7-9, Chemistry 9-12.

Master of Science. Southwest Missouri State University. Springfield, Missouri. July, 1987.
       Thesis: A comparison of genetic differentiation among populations of two species of
       mice (Peromyscus).

Doctor of Philosophy. Texas A&M University. College Station, Texas. December, 1992.
       Dissertation: An evaluation of volunteerism in Project Learning Tree and Project WILD
       in Texas.

Experience

1983-85. Teacher. LaMonte High School. LaMonte, Missouri. Seventh and eighth grade
             science, general science, physical science, biology I and II, chemistry.

1985-87. Graduate Assistant. Southwest Missouri State University. Springfield, Missouri.
             General biology labs.

1987-88. Teacher. Lebanon Junior High School. Lebanon, Missouri. Ninth grade biology and
             general science.

1988 - 1991. Graduate Assistant. Texas A&M University. Undergraduate recruiting and
              teaching assistant.

1992 - 1993. Conservation Educator. Rob and Bessie Welder Wildlife Foundation. Sinton,
              Texas.
1993 - 1998. Assistant Professor. Department of Biology, Southwest Missouri State
       University. Springfield, Missouri.

1998 - present. Associate Professor. Department of Biology, Southwest Missouri State
       University. Springfield, Missouri.

2002 – present. Director, Bull Shoals Field Station. Southwest Missouri State University.
       Springfield, Missouri.

2004 – present. Professor. Department of Biology, Missouri State University. Springfield,
       Missouri.


Awards and Honors

Outstanding Doctoral Student. 1989-90. Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences. Texas
       A&M University.

Tom Slick Graduate Research Fellowship. 1991-92. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
      Texas A&M University.

Excellence in Teaching Award (with less than five years of service). 1995. College of Natural
       and Applied Sciences. Southwest Missouri State University.

Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers. 1998. Fifth Edition. Educational Communications.
      Lake Forest, Illinois.

University Award for Teaching. 1998. Southwest Missouri State University.

Excellence in Encouraging Equity. 1998. Role and Status of Women in Biology Education
       Section of the National Association of Biology Teachers. Reno, Nevada.

Leopold Education Project Educator of the Year. 1999. Leopold Education Project and
      Pheasants Forever.

University Award for Service. 2000. Southwest Missouri State University.

Excellence in Community Service Award. 2000. Southwest Missouri State University.

Missouri Forestkeepers Network Environmental Educator of the Year Award. 2002.

Earth Hero Award. April, 2003. Dickerson Park Zoo, Springfield, Missouri.

Missouri Forestkeepers Network, Environmental Educator of the Year Award. 2003.
Excellence in Teaching Award. 2002/03. College of Natural and Applied Sciences. Southwest
       Missouri State University.

Historical Figure in the Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society. 2005. Texas Chapter of the
        Wildlife Society. One of 19 chosen at the 40th Anniversary meeting.

Grants

Office of Graduate Studies, Graduate Student Mini-Grant. 1991. Texas A&M University. To
       hire student for data entry. $125.

Houston Safari Club. 1991. Project WILD and Project Learning Tree telephone surveys and
      research. $400.

Faculty Research Grant, Southwest Missouri State University. 1993. $1,315. Biology teachers'
              perceptions of university education and expressed needs for further education.

Missouri Department of Conservation. 1994-2000. $143,000. An evaluation of
      conservation attitudes and knowledge of Missouri sixth and twelfth grade students.

Washington Business Group on Health, Inc. $150. An assessment of use of the Personal Health
      Guide as a preventive health tool.

Springfield Community Hospital. 1994. $2,000. An assessment of health attitudes and
       knowledge of the Springfield public.

National Science Foundation. 1995. $98,000. Earth 2010 - Your Future. Summer Science
              Camp Program for 7th and 8th students interested in science and mathematics.

University Grant, Southwest Missouri State University. 1995. $6,193. A laboratory internship
       program for future biology teachers.

Missouri Department of Conservation. 1996. $3,025. An assessment of Missouri Department
      of Conservation's "Great Missouri Treasure Hunt" comic book.

Missouri Department of Conservation. 1996. $6,526 An evaluation of Habitactics: Teacher Use
      and Student Knowledge Gain.

Missouri Department of Conservation. 1996. $7,852 Perceptions of Springfield, Missouri,
      Residents on Urban White-Tailed Deer Management.

Missouri Coordinating Board of Higher Education. Missouri Eisenhower Professional
      Development Program. 1997, $33,090; 1998, $32,301. Translating current science
      reform efforts into classroom practices.
National Science Foundation. Instrumentation and Laboratory Improvement Grant. 1997.
       $33,163. Improvement of biology preservice teacher education.

Environmental Protection Agency. 1998, $3997.95; 1999, $4,855.40. Integration of
       environmental education into pre-service teacher training.

Southwest Missouri State University, University Grant. 1998. $7,475. State sponsorship of the
      Leopold Education Project.

Greene, B., G. Saunders, and J. Greene. 2000. $2398. Increasing student interest and
       participation in Biology for non-majors using small-group activities during lecture
       meetings. Funding For Results Grant, Southwest Missouri State University.

Wilbers, A., and J. S. Greene. 2001. $2050. Forestry assessment, management and land use
       practices within the James River Basin Watershed. James River Basin Partnership.

Pavlowsky, B., J. Greene, and R. Cammack. 2001. Jordan Creek - Wilson Creek Watershed
      Restoration Project. Missouri Department of Natural Resources, 319 Grant. $1,245,634.
      $800,000 funded, but partner backed out and funding was not given.

Greene, J., and B. Greene. 2002. $32,326. FIELDS Project: Field Instructional Experiences in
       Lesson Development in Science. Eisenhower Professional Development Program.
       Missouri Coordinating Board for Higher Education.

Greene, J, J. Havel, and M. Dickerson. 2002. $7,917. Environmental education workshop at
       Bull Shoals Field Station. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Greene, J., and E. Redd. 2004. $42,000. National Science Foundation. Facilities improvement
       at the Bull Shoals Field Station.

Greene, J. 2004 – 2008. $97,933. Water quality monitoring of Beaver Creek and Bull Shoals
       Lake. Upper White River Basin Foundation.

Greene, J. 2004. $4,820. Watershed Data Collection for Missouri Watershed Information
       Network.

Greene, J. 2004-05. $14,361. Missouri Watershed Information Network. Watershed Education
       Class Implementation and four 4-H watershed workshops for Missouri Watershed
       Information Network (MOWIN).

Greene, J. 2005. $1,575. Missouri State University, University Grant. Curriculum
       Development at the Bull Shoals Field Station.

Greene, J. and A. Wait. 2006. $3950. Missouri State University, Funding For Results Grant.
       Summer Program at Bull Shoals Field Station.
Black, J., J. Greene, K. Shade, and M. Gutierrez. Submitted to NOAA. Earth Systems
       Education. $700,000.

Greene, J., and A. Wait. 2007. Pending: $94,951. National Science Foundation. Renovation of
       a wet laboratory at Bull Shoals Field Station.

Prussia, C., and J. Greene. Submitted/Not funded. Leopold Education Project. Development of
       non-formal education activities. $16,625.

Professional Associations

Southwestern Association of Naturalists
National Association of Biology Teachers
Missouri Environmental Education Association
National Association of Interpretation

Professional Activities

Treasurer. 1990-91. Association of Graduate Wildlife and Fisheries Scientists. Texas A&M
              University.

President. 1991-92. Association of Graduate Wildlife and Fisheries Scientists. Texas A&M
              University.

Chair of Student Affairs Committee. Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society. 1992.

Member of Professional Publications Committee. North American Association for
     Environmental Education. 1992.

Chair of Ad-Hoc Committee on Youth Education. Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society.
             1992-1993.

Member of Regional Texas Science and Mathematics Renaissance Advisory Committee. Texas
            Education Agency, Region II, Corpus Christi, Texas. 1992-93.

Member of Marketing and Fund-raising Task Force. Project Learning Tree Steering Committee
            of Texas. 1993.

Editor of Texas Project Learning Tree Newsletter. 1993.

Chair of Activities Committee. Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society. 1993.

Chaired session on Mammalian Evolution at the Southwestern Association of Naturalists Annual
              Meeting. 1993.
Member of Southwest Missouri State University, Women in Science Committee which
     organizes and conducts an Expanding Your Horizons Conference annually to encourage
     7th and 8th grade girls in science. 1994-present.
Member of Missouri State Steering Committee for Project WET. 1995-2000.

Member of Springfield (Missouri) Public Schools Science Program Evaluation Committee.
     1995-96.

Reviewed Missouri Street to Streams Curriculum. 1995.

Member of Ad-Hoc Committee to establish the Missouri Environmental Education Association.
     1996.

Member of Missouri Prairie Foundation Board. 1995-1996.

Member of Missouri Department of Conservation Arbor Day Book Revision Committee. 1995-
     96.

Member, Human Subjects Review Committee. Southwest Missouri State University. 1996 -
     present.

Member of Program Committee for the 7th International Symposium on Society and Resource
             Management. 1997-98. Columbia, Missouri.

Chair of Finance Committee for Missouri Environmental Education Association. 1997-2001.

Member of Education Committee of the James River Basin Partnership. Springfield, Missouri.
     1998.

Member and Vice-Chair (2000 - 2002) of University Child Care Center Board. Springfield,
     Missouri. 1998-2002.

Missouri Coordinator for the Leopold Education Project. 1998-present.

Commissioner, Missouri Clean Water Commission. 2000 – 2004.

Senior Personnel, Beyond the Horizon: Women and girls in the 21st century. National Science
       Foundation Grant granted to female science faculty at SMSU and Drury University,
       Springfield, Missouri. 2000-2002.

Member of Missouri Environmental Education Conference Steering Committee. 2001.

Chair of Role and Status of Women in Biology Education Section of the National Association of
       Biology Teachers. October, 2002 – October, 2003.
Chair-elect of Role and Status of Women in Biology Education Section of the National
       Association of Biology Teachers. October, 2004 – October, 2005.

Chair, Certification Committee. Missouri Environmental Education Association. 2004 – 2005.

Chair of Role and Status of Women in Biology Education Section of the National Association of
       Biology Teachers. October, 2005 – October, 2006.

Reviewer of National Science Foundation Field Station and Marine Laboratory grant proposals.
      July, 2005; May, 2006.

Reviewer for American Biology Teacher journal. 2002 – present.

Tree City USA Committee, City of Springfield, Missouri. 2006 – present.


Courses Taught

General Biology Lecture and Lab (nonmajor) - General education requirement and
       introductory course for elementary education majors.
Biological Concepts I and II (major) - Introductory biology courses for students with a
       major or minor in biology; also coordinated the laboratory.
Introduction to the Diversity of Life - An overview of kingdoms for preservice secondary
       teachers.
Life Science for Middle School - An inquiry-based course for pre-service middle school teachers.
Teaching of High School Natural Science - Science teaching methods for secondary
       school science.
Women in Science - History of women in science, their accomplishments, and issues
       related to women in science.
       Various graduate-level environmental courses for educators including: Environmental
       Education for Educators, Teaching Outdoor Research Methods, Outdoor Biology
       Education, Environmental Ethics, Using Journals to Teach Science, etc.


Environmental Educational Program Training

Project Learning Tree. Received Facilitator Training August 1991.
Project WILD. Received Facilitator Training Summer 1990.
Zero Population Growth. Became member of Population Education Trainers Network. 1990.
The Earth Matters. Zero Population Growth Leadership Training Institute. July 1992.
Project WET. Received Facilitator Training December 1995.
Leopold Education Project. Facilitator Training, October 1997.
GLOBE Project. Educator Training. June 2004.

In-service/Pre-service Workshops Presented
Project Wild Pre-service Training Workshop. November, 1990; November 1991. Texas A&M
        University.

Project Wild In-service Training Workshop. April, 1991. Texas A&M University.

The Peopling of Our Planet: Hands-On Activities for Population Education. October, 1991.
              Conference for the Advancement of Science Teaching. College Station, Texas.

Natural Science and Conservation Teacher Workshop. 1992 and 93. Welder Wildlife
       Foundation and Texas A&I University. This workshop included Project Wild, Project
       Learning Tree, and Zero Population Growth in-service training as well as training in
       vertebrate and invertebrate natural history, ecology, and conservation. Welder Wildlife
       Foundation. Sinton, Texas

Project Learning Tree In-service Training Workshop. August, 1992. St. Philip's Episcopal
               School. Beeville, Texas.

Project WILD In-Service Training Workshop. August, 1992. Thomas Jefferson Junior High
             School. Beeville, Texas.

The Peopling of the Planet: 1492-1992. October, 1992. Texas Council for Social Studies
              Conference.

Earth Matters: Hands-On Population and Environmental Activities. October, 1992. National
               Science Teachers Association Area Convention and Conference for the
       Advancement of Science Teaching.

Project WILD In-Service Training Workshop. January, 1993. Welder Wildlife Foundation.
             Sinton, Texas.

Project WILD Pre-Service Training Workshop. January, 1993. Southwestern University.
             Georgetown, Texas.

Project WILD Pre-Service Training Workshop. February, 1993. Texas A&I University.
        Kingsville, Texas.

Project WILD Training Workshop. March, 1993. Corpus Christi Girl Scouts. Sinton, Texas.

Overview of Fauna in Wetlands. 1992 and 93. Adopt-A-Wetland Teacher Training Workshop.
               U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Corpus Christi State University.
Project Learning Tree Training Workshop. June, 1993. Corpus Christi Girl Scouts. Sinton,
               Texas.
Project WILD In-Service Training Workshop. June, 1993. Welder Wildlife Foundation. Sinton,
             Texas.

Urban Wildlife Study. July, 1993. Corpus Christi Girl Scouts. Corpus Christi, Texas.

Project WILD Pre-Service and Inservice Training Workshop. Fall 1993, Spring 1994 (2), Fall
        1994 (2), Spring 1995, Fall 1995, Spring 1997, Fall 1997, Spring 2002, Fall 2006 at
        Missouri State University. Spring 1995 at Monett Elementary School. Fall 2002 at
        Portland Elementary School - Springfield.

Project Learning Tree Preservice and Inservice Training Workshop. Spring 1994, Spring 1995,
        Fall 1995, Spring 1997, Spring 2003, Fall 2006 at Missouri State University, Fall 1994 at
        Branson Elementary School, Spring 1995 at Monett Elementary School, Fall 1995 at
        Nixa Elementary School.

Population Education for Earth's Future. Spring 1994, Fall 1994, Spring 1995, Fall 1995, Spring
       1996, Fall 1996, Spring 1997, Fall 1997, Spring 1998, Fall 1998 (2), Spring 1999, Spring
       2002, Spring 2003, Spring 2004, Spring 2005 at Southwest Missouri State University;
       Spring 1995 at Arkansas State University; Spring 1997 at Missouri Southern State
       College; Spring 2001, Summer 2001, Fall 2001, Spring 2003 at Evangel University. Fall
       2002 at Southwest Missouri State University at West Plains; Fall 2004 at Missouri Social
       Studies Conference.

Project WET Preservice and Inservice Training Workshop. Spring 1996, Fall 1997, Spring 2001,
        Spring 2002 at Southwest Missouri State University, West Plains Campus; Summer
        1997, Monett Middle School.

Translating Current Science Reform Efforts into Classroom Practices. 1995 - 1997. Eisenhower
       Grant. Southwest Missouri State University.

Project WILD Facilitator Training Workshop. December, 1996, Jefferson City, Missouri; July
        1997, Springfield, Missouri.

Leopold Education Project Educator Training Workshops. Spring 1998, February 1999,
      November 1999, 2004, 2005 Missouri State University; November 1998, 1999, 2000
      Missouri Conference on Environmental Education, Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri; March
      2000 SMSU Bull Shoals Field Station; October 2001, North American Environmental
      Education Association Annual Conference; June 2003, Bull Shoals Field Station;
      Missouri Environmental Education Campus, November 2005, Columbia, Missouri.

Leopold Education Project Facilitator Training Workshop. April 1999, July 1999, July 2000
      Jerry J. Presley Conservation Education Center, Salem, Missouri. September 2001,
      Missouri Extension Service training. June 2003, June 2004, 2006 Bull Shoals Field
      Station.
Outdoor Classroom Development and Use Workshops. 2002-2003. Portland Elementary
      School. Series of six workshops on integrating an outdoor classroom into the curricula.

GLOBE Project. Basic workshop, June 2005, Southwest Missouri State University.

Invited Presentations

Greene, J. S. 1992. An evaluation of Project WILD in Texas. Southeastern Project WILD
               Coordinator's Meeting. Columbia, South Carolina.

Greene, J. S. 1992. An evaluation of volunteerism in Project WILD in Texas. International
       Project WILD Coordinator's Meeting. McCall, Idaho.

Greene, J. S. 1992. Introduction to Project WILD. Science on Saturday. Region II,
       Educational Service Center. Corpus Christi, Texas.

Greene, J. S. 1993. What do consumers want? Marketing Wildlife and Recreational
       Experiences symposium. Welder Wildlife Foundation.

Greene, J. S. 1994. What should a science methods class have? "The Pre-Service Teaching
       Experience: Preparing the 21st Century Teacher - Today". Sponsored by The Missouri
       Alliance for Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education, College of Natural and
       Applied Science - Southwest Missouri State University, and the High Plains Consortium -
       McRel Regional Laboratories.

Greene, J. S. 1994. Environmental Ethics. Young Scholars Program, Southwest Missouri State
       University.

Greene, J. S. 1995. Reaching the Secondary Audience. International Project Learning Tree,
       Project WILD, and Project WET Coordinator's Conference. St. Louis, Missouri.

Greene, J. S., and D. Mayers. 1996. An Evaluation of Student Knowledge Gain Using Project
       WET Activities. International Project WET Facilitators Conference. Oklahoma.

Greene, J. S., and D. Mayers. 1996. Teaching Environmental Education in the Classroom:
       Practice and Activities. First Annual Missouri Environmental Education Conference.

Greene, J. S. 1997. Teaching Environmental Education in the Classroom: Practice and
       Activities. Interface ‘97 B. A conference for science teachers of grades 6-12.

Greene, J. S. 1997. Frogs in Peril. Springfield Conservation Nature Center. Springfield,
       Missouri. October 1997.

Panel: Passing the torch: How to nurture youth’s interest in nature and birding. National
       Audubon Society West Central Regional Conference. Springfield, Missouri. October
       1997.

Review of Missouri’s 6th and 12th grade conservation survey. Missouri Department of
      Conservation, Outreach and Education Division meeting. Lake Ozark, Missouri.
      February, 2000.

Missouri Youth - What Makes Them Tick? 65th Annual Convention of the Conservation
      Federation of Missouri. Lake Ozark, Missouri. March, 2001.

Environment and the Human Spirit. English Week panel on the effects of pollution. Southwest
       Missouri State University. March, 2003.

Water quality: Concerns and realities in southwest Missouri. Environmental Forum. Southwest
       Missouri State University. April 23, 2003.

Greene, J. October, 2006. Resources for Educating About Water. Arkansas Watershed
       Conference. Fayetteville, AR.


Professional Presentations

Schnake, J. E., L. W. Robbins, and D. K. Tolliver. 1987. Comparison of genetic
      differentiation and gene flow in two species of mice (Peromyscus). Annual meeting of
      Southwestern Association of Naturalists.

Schnake, J. E., L. W. Robbins, and D. K. Tolliver. 1987. A comparison of genetic
      differentiation in two species of Peromyscus. Annual meeting of American Society of
      Mammalogists.

Greene, J. S. 1991. An assessment of interaction between university wildlife and fisheries
       programs and natural resource agencies. Annual meeting of the Texas Chapter of the
       Wildlife Society.

Greene, J. S., and C. E. Adams. 1991. An evaluation of the use of volunteers in environmental
       education programs. Annual meeting of the North American Association for
       Environmental Education.

Greene, J. S., and C. E. Adams. 1992. An evaluation of volunteerism in two conservation
       education programs in Texas. Annual meeting of the Texas Chapter of The Wildlife
       Society.

Greene, J. S., and C. E. Adams. 1992. An evaluation of volunteerism in selected conservation
       education programs. Annual North American Wildlife and Natural Resources
       Conference.
Greene, J. S. 1993. Teacher education methods and evaluation. Annual meeting of the Texas
       Chapter of The Wildlife Society.

Blankenship, T. L., and J. S. Greene. 1993. An overview of rodent population trends on the
      Welder Wildlife Refuge. Annual meeting of the Southwestern Association of Naturalists.

Greene, J. S. 1993. The role of population education in wildlife management: activities and
       methods. International Wildlife Management Congress. San Jose, Costa Rica.

Greene, J. S. 1994. Teachers' perceptions of university biology education in southwest
       Missouri. National Association of Biology Teachers.

Greene, J. S. 1995. Environmental education: Training the educators. Missouri Fish, Forest,
       and Wildlife Meeting.

Greene, J. S., and B. D. Greene. 1995. Reptiles and amphibians in the classroom. National
       Association of Biology Teachers.

Haddock, K., and J. S. Greene. 1995. Integration of women scientists into the biology
      classroom. Science Teachers of Missouri.

Rodman, S., and J. S. Greene. 1995. Reptiles and amphibians in the classroom. Science
     Teachers of Missouri.

Gray, G. I., and J. S. Greene. 1995. Conservation knowledge and attitudes of 6th grade students.
       Science Teachers of Missouri.

Merrigan, C. M., and J. S. Greene. 1995. Conservation knowledge and attitudes of Missouri
       twelfth-grade students. Science Teachers of Missouri.

Greene, J. S. 1996. Laboratory internship program for preservice biology teachers. National
       Science Teachers Association.

Haddock, K., and J. S. Greene. 1996. Integration of women scientists into the biology
      classroom. National Science Teachers Association.

Greene, J. S., G. I. Gray, C. M. Merrigan, and D. J. Witter. 1996. Conservation knowledge and
       attitudes of Missouri sixth and twelfth grade students. Missouri Forest, Fish, and
       Wildlife Conference. Poster Presentation.

Greene, J. S. 1996. Gender differences in environmental knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors.
       The Sixth International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. University
       Park, Pennsylvania.
Rakowski, P. J., and J. S. Greene. 1996. A study of developers attitudes and land use policies in
     southwest Missouri. The Sixth International Symposium on Society and Resource
     Management. University Park, Pennsylvania.

Gray, G. I., J. S. Greene, C. M. Merrigan, and D. J. Witter. 1996. Conservation knowledge and
       attitudes of Missouri sixth and twelfth grade students. The Sixth International
       Symposium on Society and Resource Management. University Park, Pennsylvania.

Greene, J. S., G. I. Gray, and D. Witter. February 1997. Missouri sixth and twelfth grade
       student knowledge and attitudes: A two-year overview. Missouri Forest, Fish, and
       Wildlife Annual Conference.

Greene, J. S. 1997. The vanishing frogs. 1997 Conference on Environmental Education. Lake
       Ozark, Missouri.

Greene, J. S., G. I. Gray, B. D. Roddiger, T. W. Wilson, and D. Witter. 1998. A three-year
       comparison of Missouri sixth and twelfth grade student knowledge and attitudes.
       Missouri Natural Resources Conference. Lake Ozark, Missouri.

Roddiger, B., and J. S. Greene. 1998. An assessment of the effect of the Missouri Stream Team
      Program: Environmental knowledge and attitudes of Missouri public school students.
      Missouri Natural Resources Conference. Lake Ozark, Missouri.

Greene, J. S., B. Roddiger, and L. Drysdale. 1998. Gender comparisons in a three-year study of
       environmental knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors. Seventh International Symposium on
       Society and Resource Management. Columbia, Missouri.

Drysdale, L., J. S. Greene, B. Roddiger, and T. Wilson. 1998. An assessment of students’
       conservation-related knowledge, attitudes and behaviors: A three-year overview. Seventh
       International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Columbia, Missouri.

Greene, J. S., S. Dewey, and B. Greene. 1998. More with amphibians and reptiles. Missouri
       Conference on Environmental Education. Lake Ozark, Missouri.

Greene, J. S. 1998. Poster Presentation. Environmental Education Research at Southwest
       Missouri State University. Missouri Conference on Environmental Education. Lake
       Ozark, Missouri.

Greene, J., G. Saunders, and S. Dewey. 1999. Integration of technology into teacher preparation
       courses. National Association of Biology Teachers. Fort Worth, Texas.

Greene, J. 1999. Environmental Education for the Very Young. Missouri Conference on
       Environmental Education. Lake Ozark, Missouri.
Tamme, T., and J. Greene. 1999. Teaching environmental ethics. Missouri Conference on
     Environmental Education. Lake Ozark, Missouri.

Greene, J. S. 1999. Poster Presentation. Environmental Education Research at Southwest
       Missouri State University. Missouri Conference on Environmental Education. Lake
       Ozark, Missouri.

Dyke, F., and J. Greene. October, 2000. Evaluation of cave interpretive programs: Impact on
       tourists’ cave knowledge and attitudes. 27th Annual Natural Areas Conference. St.
       Louis, Missouri.

Greene, J. October, 2000. An overview of three aquatic education programs in Missouri.
       Aquatic Resources Education Association Conference. Baltimore, Maryland.

Greene, J., and A. Wilbers. 2000. To protect, you must connect. Missouri Conference on
       Environmental Education. Osage Beach, Missouri.

Greene, J., and T. Tamme. 2001. Using the bioassay to investigate water quality. Missouri
       Conference on Environmental Education. Osage Beach, Missouri.

Krumme, G., and J. Greene. 2001. Poster: An evaluation of education programs at Roaring
     River Trout Hatchery. Missouri Conference on Environmental Education. Osage Beach,
     Missouri.

Saunders, G., and J. Greene. 2002. It’s not fair! A simulation of the roles of mutation and
      chance in natural selection. National Association of Biology Teachers Annual
      Conference. Cincinnati, Ohio.

Greene, J, and G. Gray. 2002. Who led the way? Integrating the past with the present. Missouri
       Conference on Environmental Education. Osage Beach, Missouri.

Greene, J., T. McPheeters, K. Fields, and W. Rapp. 2003. FIELDS Project: Field Instructional
       Experiences in Lesson Development in Science. National Association of Biology
       Teachers. Portland, Oregon.

Greene, J. S. 2004. Research in the Outdoors. Invited 3-hour workshop at Missouri
       Environmental Education Association=s EE Campus. Columbia, Missouri.

Rapp, W., and J. S. Greene. 2004. Amphibians in the Classroom: An Issues-Based Approach.
      National Association of Biology Teachers. Chicago, Illinois.

Saunders, G. and J. S. Greene. 2005. GLOBE Project: Soils Introductory session. Interface:
      Science and Mathematics Conference. Lake Ozark, Missouri.
Greene, J. 2005. Knowing Where You Live: Getting students to understand their world.
       National Association of Biology Teachers Annual Conference. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Bowles, B., C. Prussia, and J. Greene. 2007. Beaver Creek and Upper Bull Shoals Lake water
      quality monitoring project. Poster Presentation. Missouri Natural Resources Conference.
      Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri.


Publications

Schnake-Greene, J. E., L. W. Robbins, and D. K. Tolliver. 1990. A comparison of genetic
      differentiation in two species of mice (Peromyscus). Southwestern Association of
      Naturalists. 35(1): 54-60.

Schmidly, D. J., I. R. Adelman, and J. S. Greene. 1990. Educational content of university fish
      and wildlife programs based on expressed needs of federal and state agency employers.
      Transactions of North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference. 55: 133-
      143.
Adams, C. E., and J. Greene. 1990. Perestroika in high school biology. American Biology
      Teacher. 52(7): 408-412.

Greene, J. S., and D. J. Schmidly. 1991. An assessment of interaction between natural resource
       agencies and university wildlife and fisheries programs. The Human Dimensions in
       Wildlife Study Group Newsletter. 10(1):4-5.

Greene, J. S., and C. E. Adams. 1991. An evaluation of the use of volunteers in environmental
       education programs. Proceedings from the Twentieth Annual Conference of the North
       American Association for Environmental Education. Troy, OH. pp. 117-120.

Greene, J. S., and C. E. Adams. 1992. An evaluation of volunteerism in selected conservation
       education programs. Transactions of North American Wildlife and Natural Resources
       Conference. 57:175-184.

Greene, J. S. 1995. The role of population education in wildlife management: activities and
       methods. In Integrating People and Wildlife for a Sustainable Future. The Wildlife
       Society. Bethesda, Maryland. pp. 95-98.

Havel, J., M. C. Barnhart, and J. S. Greene. 1997. Experimental investigations of water quality:
       The bioassay. American Biology Teacher. 59(6):349-352.

Greene, J. S., and D. M. Mayers. 1997. Teaching environmental education in the classroom:
       Practice and activities. Proceedings of the 1996 Conference on Environmental
       Education. pp. 75 - 81.
Greene, J. S. 2000. A biology laboratory internship program: Improving preservice teacher
       education. American Biology Teacher. 62(2):108-112.

Greene, J. S., B. Roddiger, L. Drysdale, G. Gray, C. Merrigan, and D. Witter. 2000.
       Environmental attitudes, knowledge, and behaviors of Missouri 6th and 12th grade
       students. Journal of Interpretation Research. 5(1):56-58.

Greene, J. S., and B. D. Greene. 2000. Using amphibians and reptiles to teach the process of
       science. Science Activities. 37(4):29-32.
Greene, J. S., and T. Tamme. 2001. The ups and downs of frogs. Science Activities. 38(2):12-
       16.

Greene, J. S. 2002. Amphibians and Reptiles: A Teacher’s Activity Guide. Published and
       distributed by Missouri Department of Conservation.

Greene, J. S., and B. D. Greene. 2004. Using amphibians and reptiles to teach the process of
       science. Republished in special edition on inquiry learning. Science Activities.

Greene, J. 2006. Reading the Landscape: Strategies for helping students become curious
       observers of relationships and processes in nature. Green Teacher. 78:30-32.

Wilbers Luekenotto, A., and J. Greene. In press. For Slugs Sake: Making a refuge for slugs,
bugs & other invertebrates. Green Teacher.

Dyke, F., and J. S. Greene. In preparation. An evaluation of cave tour programs: Impact on
       tourists’ cave knowledge and attitudes.

Greene, J., and R. Aram. In preparation. The FIELDS Project: Teacher Training in Outdoor
       Research and Monitoring Activities

Reports

Greene, J., G. I. Gray, and T. Wilson. 1996. Missouri sixth and twelfth grade student knowledge
       and attitudes: A two-year overview. Report to Missouri Department of Conservation.

Greene, J. S., and C. Wyatt. 1996. An assessment of Missouri Department of Conservation’s
       “Great Missouri Treasure Hunt” comic book. Report to Missouri Department of
       Conservation.

Greene, J. S., B. B. Farnsworth, and N. Petrushova. 1997. An evaluation of Habitactics: teacher
       use and student knowledge gain. Report to Missouri Department of Conservation.

Greene, J. S., and L. Clouse. 1997. Perceptions of Springfield, Missouri, residents on urban
       white-tailed deer management. Report to Missouri Department of Conservation.
Greene, J. S., B. Roddiger, L. Drysdale, and E. B. 1997. Sixth and twelfth graders’ conservation
       knowledge and attitudes: A three-year overview. Report to Missouri Department of
       Conservation.

Greene, J., and G. Krumme. 1999. Missouri conservation survey: Sixth and twelfth graders’
       knowledge and attitudes. 1998 results. Missouri Department of Conservation.

Greene, J., and T. Tamme. 2000. Teacher materials and workshop effectiveness survey.
       Missouri Department of Conservation, Education and Outreach Division.
Tamme, T., and J. Greene. 2000. Evaluation of the Missouri’s Hooked on Fishing — Not on
       Drugs Program. Missouri Department of Conservation.

Greene, J. 2001. An Evaluation of Missouri Leopold Education Project Educators. Report to
       Leopold Education Project.

Greene, J., and K. Pattinson. 2002. Evaluation of the “Rivers and Streams Habitat Pack.
       Report to the Missouri Department of Conservation.

Greene, J., and C. Prussia. 2004. Water Quality Report for Beaver Creek and Bull Shoals Lake:
       Year 1. Report to the Upper White River Basin Foundation.

Greene, J., and C. Prussia. 2005. Water Quality Report for Beaver Creek and Bull Shoals Lake:
       Year 2. Report to the Upper White River Basin Foundation.

Greene, J. 2006. Correlation of the Missouri Forestkeepers Project with the Missouri Show-Me
       Standards and Science Grade Level Expectations. Report to Missouri Forest ReLeaf.

Bowles, B., C. Prussia, and J. Greene. 2007. Water Quality Report for Beaver Creek and Bull
      Shoals Lake: Year 3. Report to the Upper White River Basin Foundation.


Graduate Student Thesis Research

Tucker, T. M.S., 1995. An evaluation of a preventive health management tool.

Merrigan, C. M.S. Ed., 1995. Conservation attitudes and knowledge of Missouri twelfth
       graders.

Mayers, D. M.S., 1996. An evaluation of knowledge gained by eighth grade students using
      Project WET activities.

Gray, G. M.S., 1996. Conservation knowledge and attitudes of Missouri sixth grade students:
             the Missouri conservation survey 1995-1996.
Rakowski, P. M.S., 1996. Attitudes of developers and the general public on land development
     and the environment in southwest Missouri: A comparison study.

Henson, D. M.S. Ed., 1997. A descriptive study of adolescents’ attitudes toward the
      environment and solutions to environmental problems.

Vigil, L. M.S. Ed.1997. A descriptive study of factors and attitudes that distinguish recyclers
               from nonrecyclers in a high school.

Roddiger, B. M.S., 1998. An assessment of Missouri Stream Teams: Student attitudes and
      knowledge.

Mee-Lines, J. 1998. M.S. Ed. A study of the correlation between Project WET activities and
              the Missouri interdisciplinary Show-Me Standards.

Lucadamo, J. M.N.A.S. 1999. An evaluation of outdoor classroom use by teachers.

Mistler, C. M.N.A.S. 1999. An evaluation of gender bias and its influence in achievement and
       careers of high school students.

Cox, E. M.N.A.S. 1999. Incorporating environmental education into the life science
       curriculum: Using environmental topics as a central theme.

Dyke, F. M.S. 2000. An evaluation of cave tour programs: Impact on tourists’ cave knowledge
       and attitudes.

Krumme, G. M.S. 2001. A formative evaluation of environmental education at Roaring River
     Fish Hatchery.

Keeling, S. M.N.A.S. 2001. Gender bias in the Missouri Assessment Program Tests.

Ray, D. M.S.Ed. 2001. Outdoor classroom development and activities.

Wallenmeyer, A. M.S.Ed. 2001. An analysis of academic and disciplinary attention given to
             males and females in science classes.

Wilbers, A. M.S. 2002. An evaluation of factors that determine environmental concern of
       natural science graduate students.

Stafford, H. M.S.Ed. 2002. A comparison of aquatic knowledge and attitudes between students
       with no Stream Team experience and those with experience.

Hoffman, M. M.S. 2003. The effectiveness of an interpretive center on attitudes and knowledge
      about grasslands at Prairie State Park.
Shiveley, K. M.S. Ed. 2003. The relationship between teaching methodologies and seventh
       grade science MAP achievement.

Dodge, B. M.S. Ed. 2004. A correlational study of environmental attitudes and achievement in
      high school science.

Rapp, W. M. S. 2004. Evaluating the effectiveness of an issues-based curriculum on student
      knowledge and attitudes toward amphibians.

Cavener, R. M. S. Ed. 2003. Effect of constructivist teaching on student learning and retention.

Fields, K. M. S. 2003. Environmental education’s effects on the attitudes, knowledge, and
        concern for the environment among secondary students.

Oliver, H. M.S. Ed. 2003. A survey of science term knowledge preparedness in 9th graders.

McPheeters, T. M.S. Ed. 2004. An exploratory science class influence on students’ attitudes
     toward science.

Spencer, K. M. S. Ed. 2004. Dissecting the process of dissection: A comparison of animal
      dissection and computer-generated dissection with middle school students.

Wityk, M. M. N. A. S. 2004. Improving students’ performance by implementing motivational
       learning strategies and constructivist teaching methods.

Thornsberry, H. M.S. Ed. 2004. Importance of inquiry-based experiences on science
      achievement: A science club curriculum.

Moore, J. B. M.S. Ed. 2005. A survey of secondary school science students regarding academic
      dishonesty.

Peirce, M. M.S. Ed. 2005. The effect of live animals in the classroom on tenth grade biology
        students’ attitudes toward science.

Stuart, L. M.S. 2006. A correlation study of teachers’ attitudes toward science and student
        achievement.

Braun, J. In progress. Use of scrapes by female white-tailed deer.

Allen, D. In progress. Evaluation of watershed festivals and student knowledge gain.

Carl, J. In progress. Effect of an outdoor learning experience on students’ land ethic.


Graduate Committee Service
Angle, E. A. M.S. Ed., 1994. Bioethical issues: A teaching unit for secondary schools.

Farquhar, R. M.S. Ed., 1994. Methods and content of population biology taught in the biology
      classroom.

Fredrick, D. M.S. Ed., 1994. A descriptive study of parental attitudes concerning student
       attendance in secondary schools.

Cantrell, J. M.S., 1996. The nesting biology and parental behavior of the Prothonotary Warbler,
               Protonotaria citrea, in southwestern Missouri.

Seastead, K. M.S. Ed., 1996. Determination of the factors which influence parents to send their
       children to Catholic secondary schools.

Wilson, T. M.S., 1999. Natural history of the common snapping turtle, Chelydra
      serpentina.

Commens, Amy. M.S. 2000. Alarm pheromones in three species of darters.

Mayne, J. M.S. 2001. Assessment of cultural effects on acceptance of evolution.

Drysdale, L. M.S. 2001. The effectiveness of science museum evaluations on visitor
       perceptions.

Bigham, S. M.S. 2002. Host specificity of freshwater mussels: A critical factor in conservation.

Blake, S. M.S. Ed. 2005.

Gillham, G. M.S. Ed. 2005.

Pulley, D. In progress.

				
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