Faculty/Staff Directory

Thomas Hancock

Assistant Professor
Natural Sciences

Phone: 478.471.5356

Locations:
  • Macon - Charles H. Jones - 366
Office Hours: Monday 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Courses: BIOL 1001 (introductory biology I for non-majors)
BIOL 1002 (introductory biology II for non-majors)
BIOL 2107 (principles of biology I)
BIOL 2108 (principles of biology II)
BIOL 2999 (directed studies in plant ecology)
BIOL 3113 (environmental science)
BIOL 3211 (evolution)
BIOL 3350 (ecology)
BIOL 4321 (special topics marine biology)
BIOL 4894 (research)
Education: Ph.D. (biology) - Wake Forest University, 2009
M.S. (marine biology) - UNC Wilmington, 1995
B.S. (biology) - UNC Charlotte, 1993
Professional Experience: 2016-present, Middle Georgia State University, Assistant Professor of Biology
2014-2016, High Point Friends School, Science Teacher
2013-2014, Methodist University, Assistant Professor of Biology
2009-2013, Bald Head Island Conservancy, Director of Conservation
2008-2009, Salem College, Visiting Lecturer of Biology
2003-2008, Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School, Science Teacher and Department Head
2001-2003, Main Street Baptist Church, Minister of Youth
1998-2001, Carolina Biological Supply, Marketing and Development, Biotechnology and AP Bio
1996-1998, Guilford County Schools, Science Teacher
1995-1996, UNC Wilmington, Laboratory Coordinator
Organizations: American Association for the Advancement of Science
National Association of Biology Teachers
Association of Southeastern Biologists
Southern Appalachian Botanical Society
Georgia Academy of Science
North Carolina Academy of Science
Publications: DeGregorio, B.A., T.E. Hancock, D.J. Kurz and S. Yue. 2011. How quickly are road-killed snakes scavenged? Implications for underestimates of road mortality. Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Sciences. 127:184-188.

W. K. Smith, C. R. Brodersen, T.E. Hancock and D.M. Johnson. 2004. Integrating plant temperature measurement using heat-sensitive paint and color image analysis. Functional Ecology. 18:148-153.

W. K. Smith, M. J. Germino, T. E. Hancock, and D.M. Johnson. 2003. A more unified approach for interpreting elevational limits of upper timberlines. Tree Physiology. 23:1101-1112.

Hancock, T.E. and P.E. Hosier. 2003. Ecology of the Threatened Species Seabeach Amaranth (Amaranthus pumilus Rafinesque). Castanea. 68:236-244.

Hackney, C.T., S. Brady, L. Stemmy, M. Boris, C. Dennis, T. Hancock, M. O’Bryon, C. Tilton, and E. Barbee. 1996. Does intertidal vegetation indicate specific soil and hydrologic conditions. Wetlands. 16:89-94.


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