John Temple, Ph.D.
Ph.D., North Carolina State University
I study Vertebrate Zoology, Physiological Ecology, and Life/Science in general. In particular, I have an ongoing research project to study behavioral and thermoregulatory patterns of turtles on NCWU campus. I also spend a lot of time in natural settings learning more about the natural history of eastern NC.
My approach to teaching is to cultivate a classroom and laboratory environment that pushes students to enhance their understanding of science and biology through diverse learning experiences.
Courses Recently Taught
Life Science, Cell Biology, Vertebrate Zoology, Physiological Ecology, Senior Seminar.
More About Me:
How long have you been at NCWU?
What's your favorite class that you teach?
All of my courses are my favorites.
What are your research & teaching interests?
Vertebrate Zoology and all things biological.
What is a fun fact or an interesting hobby of yours?
Enjoying the outdoors.