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Building A Better Understanding Of Equine Anatomy Through Integrated Learning, Emily Gorney Apr 2019

Building A Better Understanding Of Equine Anatomy Through Integrated Learning, Emily Gorney

Honors College

Most people tend to have horses as their first contact with livestock animals. They are usually more common to see or interact with than cows, sheep, or other farm animals. This makes them a good starting animal for students learning about livestock, as well as the fact that they can be used for show, for work, or as a pet, making the equine industry a big one. While models have been used to teach students in topics such as architecture, cycles, and human muscles, little published research was found on the topic of having students build models of equine anatomy ...


Simpson (Geddes W.) Records, 1928-1989, Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University Of Maine Jan 2019

Simpson (Geddes W.) Records, 1928-1989, Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University Of Maine

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Geddes Wilson Simpson received an A.B. in zoology from Bucknell University in 1929 and an A.M. in insect morphology from Cornell University in 1931. In 1935 he completed a Ph.D. in economic entomology at Cornell.

In 1931, Simpson joined the staff of the Maine Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of Maine. As a research entomologist, he gained national recognition for his work on aphids, especially those affecting potato plants. In 1952, Simpson was named professor of entomology at UMaine. He remained in that position until his retirement in 1974. For many years he was editor of ...