Professor Richard Strange

 

EDUCATION:

Ph.D., Sept. 1977, Fisheries, Oregon State University, Corvallis

M.S., March 1975, Fisheries, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg

B.S., June 1973, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Present Professor, Department of Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries, University of Tennessee, Area of Research: Aquaculture.

1982-1987 Associate Professor, Department of Forestry,

Wildlife, and Fisheries, University of Tennessee. Area of Research: Trout Ecology and

Management.

1978-1982 Assistant Professor, Department of Forestry, Wildlife, and

Fisheries, University of Tennessee. Area of Research: Fish Physiology.

RESEARCH AND TEACHING AWARDS (1999-present)

• Adobe Systems Inc, Fish Physiology course featured in Adobe Education Campus Showcase Gallery 2002.

• UT Innovative Technology Center, Faculty Spotlight for Innovative uses of Technology,

2002.

• Participant, Best Practices@UT 2001 Instructional Technology Showcase, 2001.

• Participant, Best Practices@UT 2000 Instructional Technology Showcase, 2000

PEER-REVIEWED SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS (1999-PRESENT)

• T. Sink and R. Strange. 2004. Linking stress to the increased susceptibility of channel catfish to enteric septicemia using the biological indicator cortisol. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health. In review.

• Habera, J.W., R.J. Strange, and J.D. Bivens. 2001. A revised outlook for Tennessee brook trout. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 76(3): 68-73.

Strange, R.J., R.M. Phirman, and J.W. Habera. 2000. Movement, growth, and production of brown trout in sympatry with brook trout in a southern Appalachian stream. Proceedings of the 54th Annual Meeeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. 54: 146-155.

• Habera, J.W., R.J. Strange and A.M. Saxton. 1999. AC electrofishing injury of large brown trout in low-conductivity streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 19: 120-126.

ABSTRACTS AND POPULAR PRESS PUBLICATIONS (1999-PRESENT)

• T. Sink and R. Strange. 2003. Linking stress to the increased susceptibility of channel catfish to enteric septicemia using the biological indicator cortisol. Catfish Farmers of America, Catfish Culture Research Symposium, Sanddestin, FL, February 21, p52 Compilation of Abstracts.

• Strange, R.J., A.E. Smith, and A.V. Spicer. 2002. Effect of dietary salt on acid stress in rainbow trout. Aquaculture America 2002, January 27-30, San Diego, CA. p. 323 of proceedings.

• Spicer, A.V., R.J. Strange, A.E. Smith, H.G. Kattesh and M.P. Roberts. 2002. Using saltenriched diets to reduce stress-induced hypochloremia in rainbow trout. Aquaculture America 2002, January 27-30, San Diego, CA. p. 319 of proceedings.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

• Fish Physiology: How it differs from warm blooded animals. Student American Veterinary Association (SAVMA) Conference March 12, 2004. Knoxville, TN.

• What’s new in fish anesthesia. District IV Meeting of the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science. April 12, 2000. Knoxville, TN.

 

GRANTS, CONTRACTS AND GIFTS RECEIVED (1999-PRESENT)

Strange, R.J. 2002. UT Innovative Technology Center, Teaching with Technology Grant

Program, Five part web module for Principles of Wildlife and Fisheries Science. $15,000.

Strange, R.J. 2001. USDA Southern Regional Aquaculture Center. Development of

improved of harvesting, grading, and transport for finfish aquaculture. 3 years. $50,000.

Strange, R.J. 2001. UT College of Agriculture Sciences and Natural Resources, Electronic

Technology Course Development Graduate Assistantship Program Grant. 2 years. $24,000

Strange, R.J. 2001. UT Innovative Technology Center, Teaching with Technology Grant

Program, Limnology Review web module. $5,000.

Strange, R.J. 2000. National Alumni Association/Center for Undergraduate

Excellence/Innovative Technology Center mini-grant. $500.

Strange, R.J. 2000. UT College of Agriculture Sciences and Natural Resources, Faculty

Development Grant for Teaching: Development of a Model, Asynchronous Web-based

Course in CASNR. $5,000.


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