Dr. Steve Schultz, Ph.D.


Dr. Steve Schultz, Ph.D.

Office Information

Campus
Location
Title
Email
Phone
Fax
Seminole Campus
TL 111
Professor
schultz.steve@spcollege.edu
(727)394-6195
(727) 444-6806


Biography


ACADEMIC EDUCATION: A.A., 1980, Gulf Coast Community College, Panama City, Florida.;  B.S., 1983, Secondary Biological Education, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.; M.S., 1987, Wildlife Biology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.;  Ph.D., 1990, Wildlife and Fisheries Science with a minor in Extension Education, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS: AUGUST 1993 - PRESENT: Professor, Natural Sciences, St. Petersburg College. Instruction of Natural Science courses (Tarpon Springs, Clearwater, and Seminole campuses), advisement of students, support of college programs and initiatives, participation in course and curriculum revision and development, and service on college committees. Courses instructed include Field Biology of Florida Plants and Animals, Environmental Science, Anatomy and Physiology I, Anatomy and Physiology II, Human Anatomy, Biological Science, Biology I, Biology II, Zoology, Biological Issues, Natural Resource Conservation and Management and associated laboratories. Recipient of the "Partners in Public Service Award" from the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners.  JULY 2008 - JUNE 2009: Academic Chair, Natural Science, Seminole.  MARCH 1993 - AUGUST 1993: Senior Ecologist, Peacock and Associates, Inc., Palm Harbor, Florida. Surveying, monitoring, and management of wildlife and biotic communities on private and public properties in central Florida with emphasis on endangered and potentially endangered species. Consultant for environmental mitigation and contamination issues, delineation and management of wetlands, environmental audits, and establishment and management of preserve areas. MAY 1991 - DECEMBER 1992: Assistant Professor in the School of Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Instruction in the wildlife curriculum and advisement of students. Associate member of the Graduate Faculty. Research in upland ecology with emphasis on free-ranging and captive deer. Consultation with private individuals and state personnel regarding wildlife management and farming of exotic game. Additional research initiatives regarding farming and reproduction of exotic deer and antelope, potential of embryo transfer toward conservation of endangered species, the effects of silviculture practices on wildlife communities, carrying capacity of managed pine plantations for white-tailed deer, and pharmacokinetics of fenbendazole in deer.

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS Schultz, S. R. 1987. Spring compensatory growth and summer growth of yearling white-tailed deer grazing American jointvetch. M.S. Thesis, Louisiana State University. 55pp.; Schultz, S. R., and M. K. Johnson. 1987. Weight gain and antler development of yearling white-tailed deer on American jointvetch. Proc. Forage and Grassland Conf. Am. Forage and Grassland Council, Lexington, KY. pp 148-150.;  Johnson, M. K., T. W. Keegan, S. R. Schultz, and D. E. Franke. 1987. American jointvetch for summer-fall grazing. La. Cattleman 20:9-10.;  Johnson, M. K., D. W. Delany, S. P. Lynch, J. A. Zeno, S. R. Schultz, T. W. Keegan, and B. D. Nelson. 1987. Effects of cool-season agronomic forages on white-tailed deer. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 15:330-339.;  Schultz, S. R. 1990. Effects of artificial mineral licks on white-tailed deer. Ph.D. Diss., Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. 128pp.; Schultz, S. R., and M. K. Johnson. 1991. Effects of artificial mineral licks on white-tailed deer. Proc. Southeast Deer Study Group 14:35.;  Schultz, S. R., and M. K. Johnson. 1992. Breeding in male white-tailed deer fawns. J. Mammal. 73:148-150.;  Schultz, S. R., and M. K. Johnson. 1992. Measuring cottonseed hull passage by white-tailed deer. J. Range Manage. 45:108.;  Schultz, S. R., and M. K. Johnson. 1992. Effects of supplemental mineral licks on white-tailed deer. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 20:303-308.;  Schultz, S. R., and M. K. Johnson. 1992. Chronology of antler velvet shedding in captive Louisiana white-tailed deer. J. Wildl. Manage. 56:651-655.;  Johnson, M. K., and S. R. Schultz. 1992. An evaluation of four clover species for white-tailed deer. J. Range Manage. 45:593-594.;  Schultz, S. R. 1992. An instance of compensatory weight gain in young male white-tailed deer. La. Acad. Sci. 55:40.;  Schultz, S. R. 1992. Development of a blind male white-tailed deer. La. Acad. Sci. 55:40.;  Schultz, S. R., and M. K. Johnson. 1992. Growth and antler development of young Louisiana versus Missouri white-tailed deer. La. Acad. Sci. 55:40.;  Schultz, S. R., and M. K. Johnson. 1992. Use of artificial mineral licks by white-tailed deer in Louisiana. J. Range Manage. 45:546-548.;  Schultz, S. R., M. K. Johnson, and W. A. Forbes. 1992. Immobilization of captive white-tailed deer with mixtures of TelazolR and RompunR. Proc. Annu. Conf. Southeast. Assoc. Fish and Wildl. Agencies 46:29-36.; Schultz, S. R., and M. K. Johnson. 1992. Antler development of captive Louisiana white-tailed bucks. Proc. Annu. Conf. Southeast. Assoc. Fish and Wildl. Agencies 46:67-74.; Schultz, S. R., M. K. Johnson, R. X. Barry, and W. A. Forbes. 1993. White-tailed deer abomasal parasite counts and fecal egg counts in Louisiana. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 21:256-263.; Schultz, S. R., R. X. Barry, W. A. Forbes, and M. K. Johnson. 1993. Efficacy of fenbendazole against gastrointestinal nematodes in white-tailed deer. J. Range Manage. 46:240-244.; Schultz, S. R., M. K. Johnson, and A. E. Hindrichs. 1993. Effects of spring-summer body mass gain and sex ratio on fall-winter body mass loss of adult, male white-tailed deer. Small Rumin. Res. 10:183-188.; Schultz, S. R. 1993. Productivity of American jointvetch in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana. La. Acad. Sci. 56; Schultz, S. R., M. K. Johnson, S. E. Feagley, L. L. Southern, and T. L. Ward. 1994. Mineral content of Louisiana white-tailed deer. J. Wildl. Dis. 30:77-85.; Schultz, S. R., R. X. Barry, M. K. Johnson, J. E. Miller, and W. E. Forbes. 1994. Effects of feed plots on fecal egg counts of white-tailed deer. Small Rumin. Res. 13:93-97.; Schultz, S. R., and M. K. Johnson. 1995. Effects of birth date and birth body mass on adult body mass of male white-tailed deer. J. Mammal. 76:575-579.; Schultz, S. R. 1999. A human anatomy and physiology workout. Innovation Abstracts.

 

Office Schedule


Students encouraged to make appointments.



Tutoring Availability


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Classroom Schedule


Classes shown below are for the current term: Fall Term 2016 (0520)

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday
BSC 1005C   #3277
SE UP307
5:00 pm - 7:15 pm
EVR 1328   #1699
SE TL162
9:30 am - 10:45 am
BSC 2250C   #0126
SE UP307
11:30 am - 12:50 pm
BSC 1005C   #3278
SE UP307
8:30 am - 10:45 am
BSC 1005C   #3277
SE UP307
5:00 pm - 7:15 pm
BSC 2250C   #0125
SE UP307
9:30 am - 10:45 am
BSC 2250C   #0126
SE UP307
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
BSC 1005C   #3278
SE UP307
8:30 am - 10:45 am
BSC 2250C   #0125
SE UP307
9:30 am - 12:30 pm


Subjects Taught


Biological Sciences, Environmental Studies


Course Info


= Steve Schultz has added information specific to this course. (syllabus, video, class meeting times, etc.)

Fall Term 2016 arrow 0520
CourseSectionCampusFormatStartsEnds
  BSC 2250C   Field Biology of Florida 0125SEFace-to-Face8/15/1612/09/16
  BSC 2250C   Field Biology of Florida 0126SEFace-to-Face8/15/1612/09/16
  EVR 1328   Ntrl Rsrce Conservation & Mgmt 1699SEBlended8/15/1612/09/16
  BSC 1005C   Biological Sciences with Lab 3277SEFace-to-Face8/15/1612/09/16
  BSC 1005C   Biological Sciences with Lab 3278SEFace-to-Face8/15/1612/09/16
Summer Term 2016 arrow 0515
CourseSectionCampusFormatStartsEnds
  BSC 2250C   Field Biology of Florida 1433SEFace-to-Face5/16/167/22/16
  BSC 1005C   Biological Sciences with Lab 1743SEFace-to-Face5/16/167/22/16