Shelton was nominated for OSU Frances Dancy Hooks Award for building bridges across cultures.
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Gave invited talk at RIKEN Brain Science Center and visited the lab of professor Hitoshi Okamoto in Tokyo, Japan
Wiley #top20articles award for one of the most influential articles in recent history to Shelton & Alberts, 2018
Gave an invited talk at Hokkaido University and visited the lab of professor Hitoshi Araki in Sapporo, Japan
Teaching is the paramount learning process, and students are my greatest teachers. Students are the center of learning, and often the teachers. I use a variety of instructional methods to create student-centered learning environments including flipped classrooms and project-driven courses. As an educator, I understand the need to develop well-rounded ethically minded global citizens and provide support to individuals embarking on new chapters of life. Thus, I incorporate research ethics, and diversity training in my curriculum and instruction.
2018 Guest lecture, EEB 450 Comparative Animal Behavior, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
2013 Guest lecture, BIOL-Z 460 Animal Behavior, Indiana University - Bloomington
2011 Lecturer, Indiana University-Bloomington BioEthics: Center for Integrative Study of Behavior
2009-2010 Science Teacher at Title 1 High School in Houston Independent School District, Science Department:
Integrated Physics and Chemistry
Charles H. Turner Award pre-meeting workshop. 55th Animal Behavior Society Conference, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA. August 2-8, 2018.
Charles H. Turner Award pre-meeting workshop. 54th Animal Behavior Society Conference, University of Toronto - Scarborough, Toronto, CA. June 12-17, 2017.
Social Networks are powerful for answering behavioral ecology questions. Behavioral ecology workshop at the Oregon Hatchery Research Center, Alsea, OR, USA. March 9, 2017.
Martins lab ethoinformatics. Integrated Behavior Ontology for the Behavioral Science Community in Two Workshops. Princeton University, Princeton, N.J., USA. Organizers: Anne Clark, Susan Margulis, Peter Midford, and Cynthia Parr. August 7 - 8, 2014.