Tony Huntley

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(949) 582-4401
Biology Instructor
Math, Science and Engineering
Saddleback College

Ph.D., Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz, 1984
M.A., Biology, California State University, Fullerton, 1979
B.S., Biology, University of California, Irvine, 1976
B.A., Chemistry, University of California, Irvine, 1976

Research and Teaching Experience
Teaching experience in a broad number of areas: Comparative and Human Physiology and Anatomy, Introductory Biology, Marine Biology and Oceanography, Ecology, Environmental Studies, and topical courses on vertebrates, at lower, upper and graduate levels. Extensive experience in the design, implementation, and evaluation of instrumentation and technology for education, distance learning, teleconferencing and education over the internet.

Research in the area of marine mammal and marine bird physiological ecology, specifically foraging, locomotion and reproductive energetics, and physiological mechanisms controlling ventilation. Computer applications involving live audio and video over internet and/or satellite communications systems.


1996 Teacher of the Year, Saddleback College District. Nominated for Orange County Teacher of the Year.

National Science Foundation- Diving Studies of Northern Elephant Seals, $165,000, 1990 - 1993

Joint National Science Foundation - Japan Society for Promotion of Science Postdoctoral Study Grant, $50,000, 1989-1990

"California and the Pacific" Public education program grant, $48,000, California Sea Grant College Program, 1987-1989

American Physiological Society travel award, invited speaker, IUPS meeting Sydney, Australia 1983

Floyd E. Durham Award in vertebrate zoology, Southern California Academy of Sciences, 1982

Recipient CSUF Biology Department Graduate student research grants, 1977, 1978

California State Scholar, 197l-1975