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Barber, Dr. Ray

Science
Professor Emeritus of Biology

Conger 217-A
229-391-5103
rbarber@abac.edu


Responsibilities:
Part-time instruction in science classes and labs
Coordinator of National Science Foundation funded S-STEM (ASSETS) scholarship program

Schedule and Office Hours – Spring 2014*
Monday: off campus
Tuesday: office 9:30-10:30, class 11:00-12:15, office 1:00-1:45, lab 2:00-4:00
Wednesday: office 11:00-5:00
Thursday: office 9:30-10:30, class 11:00-12:15, office 1:00-1:45, lab 2:00-4:00
Friday: off campus
* email to schedule an appointment

Educational Background
B. S. Biological Science (zoology)– Auburn University 1974
M. S. Zoology (vertebrate physiology)– Auburn University 1976
Ed. D. Science Education (microbiology/science processing) – University of Georgia 1989

Resources

BIOL 2012 Anatomy & Physiology II CLASS

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» Syllabus

3 hours. Co-requisite: BIOL 2012L. Prerequisite: BIOL 2011/2011L with a grade of “C” or higher. Three hours of lecture each week. A continuation of BIOL 2011 including study of the cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. Fall, Spring and Summer.

BIOL 2012L A&P II LAB

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» Syllabus

1 hour. One two- hour laboratory period each week to accompany BIOL 2012. Fall, Spring and Summer.

ASSETS Scholars Program

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» ASSETS scholars in circus room of RJ Reynolds mansion, Sapelo Island Georgia. Coastal Ecology Field Trip, April 2013.

A five-year National Science Foundation funded scholarship program providing financial and academic support for students pursuing majors in select STEM fields. The focus of the program is to provide support for students who aspire to become a research scientist in one of the STEM fields.

Hobbies

Resources/Links

» Observing migrating waterfowl at Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge, Eufaula AL, January 13, 2007
» Siler’s Bald, North Carolina March 11, 2006

As a biologist I have an interest in most outdoor activities especially those focusing
on the amazing world we live in….

Hobbies/Activities – canoeing, kayaking, cycling, hiking, running, church activities, and spending time with family

Observing migrating waterfowl at Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge, Eufaula AL, January 13, 2007

Siler’s Bald, North Carolina March 11, 2006

Unango Mountain – northern Mozambique July 28, 2005