Fall 2013 Animal Biology, BIO 171 MWF (lecture) 8-8:50 am,TR (lab) 8-9:50 am
Introduction to Environmental Science, BIO 190, TR (lecture) 10:30-11:45 am
Principles of Ecology, BIO 201, MW (lecture) 2-3:15pm, M (lab) 3:30-5:20pm
Office hours: MWF 9-10:30 am
Bio 171 Animal Biology
Bio 101 Concepts of Biology
Bio 190 Introduction to Environmental Science
Bio 201 Principles of Ecology
Bio 373 Animal Behavior
Bio 184 Human Sexuality and Reproduction
Bio 291 Introduction to Fish, Forest and Wildlife Resources
Mat 090 Basic Mathematics
Mat 091 Elementary Algebra
Dr. Schueller is and instructor of Biology, teaching a variety of courses related to basic biology, zoology, ecology, evolution, and environmental science. She has also been teaching Environmental Science at Cardinal Stritch University since 2005. She has received her Bachelor’s degree, with distinction and honors, from Purdue University, and majored in Biological Sciences with an emphasis in Ecology, Evolution, and Population Biology. She earned her M.S. from the University of Hawai’i at Manoa, and majored in Zoology with an emphasis in Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with a double major in Zoology and Entomology.
She has a broad interest in ecology and environmental science and enjoys inspiring new college students to become interested and active in environmental and ecological issues. She is also interested in animal behavior and has produced several publications in this field.
Schueller, T. I., E. V. Nordheim, and R. L. Jeanne. Learning in a social wasp; foragers use visual and olfactory cues to relocate carbohydrate resources. Submitted to Journal of Insect Science.
Schueller, T. I., A. R. Ives, and R. L. Jeanne. Nest construction in a social wasp: a theoretical study of task coordination. Submitted to American Naturalist, in revision.
Schueller, T. I. and R. L. Jeanne. 2012. Cue-mediated recruitment in a swarm-founding wasp— foragers induce nest mates to search off-nest for a scented resource. Psyche, vol. 2012, Article ID 585014, 10 pages, doi:10.1155/2012/585014
Taylor, B. J., E. V. Nordheim, T. I. Schueller, and R. L. Jeanne. 2011. Recruitment in swarm- founding wasps: Polybia occidentalis does not actively scent-mark carbohydrate food sources. Psyche, vol. 2011, Article ID 378576, 7 pages, doi:10.1155/2011/378576.
Schueller, T. I., E. V. Nordheim, B. J., Taylor, and R. L. Jeanne. 2010. The cues have it; nest- based, cue-mediated recruitment to carbohydrate resources in a swarm-founding social wasp. Naturwissenshaften 97(11), 1017-1022.
Howard, R. D., H. H. Whiteman, and T. I. Schueller. 1994. Sexual selection in Bufo americanus; a test of a good genes hypothesis. Evolution, 48(4), 1286-1300.
León, T. I. 2000. Behavioral observations of mating displays in some Hawaiian Lycosid Spiders (Araneae: Lycosidae) from Hawai’i Island. Master’s Thesis, University of Hawai’i.
PhD, Zoology and Entomology. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI. 2012 M.S. Zoology (Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology). University of Hawai’i at Manoa, Honolulu, HI. 2000. B.S. with Distinction and Honors. Biological Sciences (Ecology, Evolution, and Population Biology). Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. 1993.