PhD., Dr. Michael J. Shively, DVM,
Title:
Professor - Zoology
Office:
SB 209
Phone:
(801) 863-8622
Mail Code:
179
Last Updated: 10/22/14 -
Dr. Michael J. Shively, DVM, PhD.
Professor

 

Dr. Shively is a member of the Biology Department at UVSC. He started at UVSC in 1993. He specializes in teaching in the areas of human anatomy and physiology and comparative vertebrate anatomy.

Comparative Morphologist and Physiologist

Teaching Proficiency:
Gross and microscopic anatomy and physiology (human, veterinary, comparative)
 
Research Interests:
Bone and joint pathobiology, experimental surgery, and diagnostic imaging
 
Technological Capabilities:
Anatomic, histopathologic, and specialized roentgenographic techniques
  1. General Information:
    1. Professional Education:
      1. Purdue University (1964-1970) - D.V.M. June, 1970.
      2. Purdue University (1970-1972) - M.S. June, 1972. "The Systemic Arterial Pattern of the Guinea Pig"
      3. Purdue University (1972-1975) - Ph.D. December 1975. "Selected Morphological Parameters of the Developing Canine Coxofemoral Joint"
    2. Licensure and Accreditation:
      1. Indiana Veterinary Medical License No. 3294.
      2. Federal Accreditation in the State of Indiana.
    3. Professional Employment:
      1. Purdue University - Summers 1967, 1968, 1969 - Research Assistant.
      2. Purdue University - June, 1970 to September, 1975 - Graduate Instructor.
      3. Texas A&M University - September, 1975 to September, 1979 - Assistant Professor.
      4. Texas A&M University - September, 1979 to September, 1988 - Associate Professor (tenured in 1982).
      5. Texas A&M University - September, 1988 to December, 1990 - Full Professor.
      6. Utah Valley State College - August, 1992 to January, 1996 - Assistant Professor. (tenured in July, 1996)
      7. Utah Valley State College - January 1996 to present - Full Professor
    4. Citations, Awards, and Honors:
      1. President's Academic Award - every year as a college undergraduate.
      2. Recipient of Farmhouse Scholastic Award - 1965.
      3. Recipient of Alpha Zeta Scholarship Recognition Award - 1966.
      4. Recipient of an Undergraduate Research Fellowship Grant from the American Veterinary Medical Association Foundation, 1967.
      5. Outstanding scholarship award in graduating veterinary class (second highest grade point average), 1970.
      6. Appointed "Poet Laureate" of the Veterinary Orthopedic Society in 1979. Reappointed each year to 1989.
      7. Selected for Personality Feature, Swest. Vet. 33(1):86-87, 1980.
      8. Selected for Personality Feature, Dog Fancy 12(8):2, 1981.
      9. Solicited Program Chairman, Presenter, and Banquet Speaker at the 1987 Convention of the Utah Veterinary Medical Association.
      10. Nominated for College Teacher of the Year Award, Utah Valley Community College (Feb. 10, 1993).
      11. Recipient, Teacher of the Year Award, Science and Engineering, Utah Valley State College (July, 1993).
      12. Recipient of NISOD (National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development) Excellence Award. Presented at the 1994 NISOD Conference in Austin, Texas in May, 1994.
      13. Recipient, Golden Apple Award for outstanding teaching, Utah Valley State College (April, 1995).
      14. Nominated for Outstanding Instructor, UVSC Student Athletes, 1995.
      15. Accepted as a member of the UVSC Honors Teaching Faculty (Fall, 1997).
      16. Nominated for Outstanding Instructor, UVSC Student Athletes, 1998.
      17. Nominated for Teacher of the Year Award, School of Science and Health, UVSC, Spring, 1999.
      18. Recipient, Teacher of the Year Award, School of Science and Health, UVSC, Fall, 1999.
      19. Solicited Banquet Speaker and Scientific Session Presenter, Iowa Association of Community College Biology Teachers, Fort Dodge, Iowa, 2001.
      20. Teacher of the Semester Award, Spring, 2003, UVSC, Athletes Coming Together (ACT) Committee and UVSC Student-Athletes.
      21. Appreciation Plaque, UVSC Men's Basketball Program, Spring, 2003.
    5. Academic, Professional, and Scholarly Societies:
      1. American Association of Veterinary Anatomists (Chairman of Audit Committee, 1984-85; and 1986-87).
      2. Indiana Veterinary Medical Association.
      3. Purdue Veterinary Alumni Association.
      4. Indiana Academy of Veterinary Medicine.
      5. Society of Phi Zeta (Treasurer of Omicron Chapter 1972-74; President 1974-75; President-elect of Eta Chapter 1987-88; President of Eta Chapter 1988-89).
      6. Sigma Xi (Full member).
      7. Brazos Valley Veterinary Medical Association (Secretary- Treasurer, 1980-81).
      8. Phi Kappa Phi.
      9. Phi Eta Sigma.
      10. Alpha Zeta.
      11. Gamma Sigma Delta.
      12. Phi Sigma.
      13. Veterinary Orthopedic Society (Board of Directors, 1981-84; Exhibitors Chairman, 1984, 1985).
      14. American Veterinary Medical Association.
      15. World Association of Veterinary Anatomists.
      16. Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS).
    6. Non-university Professional Experience:
      1. Appointed to the panel for Veterinary Medicine which advised the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Science in an investigation of the cost of education in the major health professions. (December 1972- January 1974). This panel met several times in Washington D.C. to compare the costs of education in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, dental hygiene, pharmaceutical science, optometry, and other health related professions. Several hundred professionals from all of these areas were involved.
      2. Served as relief veterinarian in two Indiana practices.
      3. Research and Publication Consultant (see part IV I).
      4. National and International Committees (see part IV E).
  2. Teaching Experience:
    1. Assistant in the Course:
      1. VAN 420 - Fall 1970, 1971, 1972
        Gross Anatomy of (small) Domestic Animals
      2. VAN 421 - Spring 1971, 1972
        Gross Anatomy of (large) Domestic Animals
      3. VAN 422 and VAN 423 - Fall 1973, Spring 1974, 1975
        Microscopic and Developmental Anatomy of Domestic Animals
      4. VA 305 - Fall 1975
        Anatomy of the Dog
      5. VA 902 (302) - Spring 1976, 1979, 1980, 1981
        Gross Anatomy of (large) Domestic Animals
      6. VA 501 - Summer 1976, 1977
        Applied Anatomy
      7. VA 903 - Fall 1978, 1980, 1981, 1982
        Histology
      8. VA 901 - Fall 1979, 1982
        Anatomy of the Dog
      9. VSAM 925 - Spring 1982, 1983
        Veterinary Radiology
      10. VA 202 - Fall 1982
        Anatomy of the Ox
      11. VTAN 912 - Spring 1989, 1990
        Gross Anatomy of (large) Domestic Animals
    2. In Charge of the Course:
      1. VAN 410 - Fall 1973, 1974
        Anatomy of the Domestic Animals
      2. VAN 691 - Fall 1973 (co-chairman)
        Seminar in Veterinary Anatomy
      3. VA 901 (301) - Fall 1975, 1976, 1977
        Anatomy of the Dog
      4. VA 305 - Spring 1976, 1977; Fall 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986
        Anatomy of the Dog
      5. VA 681 - Spring 1976, Fall 1976
        Seminar in Veterinary Anatomy
      6. VA 601 - Fall 1976, and Fall 1979 through 1984
        Graduate Gross Anatomy of the Dog
      7. VA 921 - Summer 1978 through 1981; Spring 1982 through 1987
        Applied Anatomy
      8. VA 689 - Fall 1982
        Special Topics in Radiographic Anatomy (Small and Exotic Animals)
      9. VTAN 485/985 - Fall 1983; All three semesters 1984-1990
        Problems in Veterinary Anatomy
      10. VA 689 - Fall 1984
        Special Topics in Radiographic Anatomy (Large Domestic Animals)
      11. VMID 935 - Fall 1987
        Anatomy portion of Operative Surgery and Applied Anatomy
      12. VMID 939 - Spring 1988
        Anatomy portion of Operative Surgery and Applied Anatomy
      13. VTAN 910 - Fall 1988, 1989
        Anatomy of the Dog, Cat, and Laboratory Animals
      14. Summer Enrichment Program for New Professional Students
        10 half-day sessions) - August 1988 (with Dr. F.J. Stein);
        August 1989 (with Dr. M.E. Tatum)
      15. National Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) module on poultry anatomy
        Spring and Summer 1989 (2 times); Spring and Summer 1990 (2 times)
      16. ZOOL 230/2010 - Fall 1992, Spring and Fall 1993, Spring, Summer, and Fall 1994, Spring and Summer 1995, Spring, Summer, Fall 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003
        Human Anatomy
      17. ZOOL 231/2000 - Fall 1992, Spring 1993, Fall 1994, Spring 1995, Spring, Summer, and Fall 1996, 1997, Spring and Fall 1998, 1999
        Human Physiology
      18. ZOOL 230/2010 (Laboratories) - Spring and Summer 1993, Fall 1994
        Human Anatomy
      19. ZOOL 280/4700 - Fall 1996, Fall 1997, Spring 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001
        Exploratory Human Anatomy/Advanced Anatomy
      20. ZOOL 201H - 1997 - present
        Honors Human Anatomy
      21. BIOL 1010 - Summer 1998
        General Biology
      22. ZOOL 1090 - 1998 - 1999
        Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
      23. BIOL 295R - 1998 - present
        Independent Studies in Biology
      24. ZOOL 4500 - Fall 2000
        Comparative Vertebrate Zoology
      25. ZOOL 4300- Spring 2002
        Histology
      26. ZOOL 495-R Spring 2002- present
        Independent Studies in Biology
    3. Guest Lectures Delivered:
      1. VPH 650 (Metabolic Disease)
        "Parathormone" 4/17/73;
        "Thyrocalcitonin" 4/19/73
      2. VA 901 (Anatomy of the Dog)
        "Osteology" 9/15/79;
        "Arthrology" 9/17/79;
        "Radiology" 9/18/83, 9/30/84, 9/13/85, 9/8/86, 9/12/87
      3. VSAM 925 (Veterinary Radiology)
        "Radiographic Anatomy of the Head" 3/17/82;
        "Radiographic Anatomy of the Vertebral Column" 3/19/82;
        "Clinical Radiography of the Head and Vertebral Column" 3/3/83
      4. VA 202 (Anatomy of the Ox)
        "Thorax" 10/12/82;
        "Circulatory System" 10/14/82
        "Fetal Circulation" 10/19/82;
        "Abdomen" 10/21/82
        "Digestive System" 10/26/82;
        "Rumen" 10/28/82
      5. National Board Review (in anatomy) for senior veterinary students.
        Spring 1983, 1984
      6. VSAM 689 (Special Topics in Orthopedic Surgery)
        "Anatomy and Histology of Bone, Muscle, Cartilage, Meniscus, and Joints" 7/24/85
      7. Student Chapter of the AVMA, Louisiana State University,
        "Confessions of a Pseudoradiologist" 10/16/86
      8. Club Med, Utah Valley State College,
        "Set Your Goals High" Spring, 1993
      9. Pre-Professional Club, Utah Valley State College "Veterinary Medicine", Spring, 2001.
    4. Major Instructional Materials Prepared:
      1. Behavioral Objectives for VA 301 (Canine Anatomy) Fall, 1975.
      2. Prepared 35 labeled radiographs with programmed self-quizzes for VA 301 and VA 501 (Fall, 1975).
      3. Guide to the Dissection of the Dog and Cat with B.G. Beaver (Fall, 1976). 100 pgs.
        1. Revised in 1977, 1979, 1981.
        2. Revised and published by Iowa State Press as Dissection of the Dog and Cat. 1985 (see publication 63).
      4. "A Comparison of Canine and Feline Anatomy" (Fall, 1977). 12 pgs.
        1. Published in VM/SAC (see publication 52).
      5. Fundamentals of Veterinary Anatomy for VA 921 (Spring, 1978). 135 pgs.
        1. Revised as The Anatomic Basis of Veterinary Practice (Spring, 1980). 159 pgs.
        2. Revised as Clinical and Comparative Veterinary Anatomy (Spring, 1982) 447 pgs.
        3. Revised as Basic, Comparative, and Clinical Veterinary Anatomy (Spring, 1983). 531 pgs.
        4. Revised and published by Texas A&M Press as Veterinary Anatomy: Basic, Comparative, and Clinical. 1984. 582 pgs. (see publication 57).
      6. Weekly applied exercises for VA 921 (Applied Anatomy) (Summer, 1978).
      7. Prepared (with Dr. Lynn Ruoff) labeled radiographs of large animals with programmed question/answer sets to be used in teaching anatomy of large animals to professional students. (Spring, 1983).
      8. Production manager, co-author, and co-editor of Operative Techniques in Veterinary Surgery (Spring, 1984). 280 pgs. Several revised versions of this work have been subsequently produced for use in the ever evolving operative surgery courses at Texas A&M University.
      9. Anatomical Differences between Cattle and Horses (Fall, 1983). 59 pgs. (see publications 57, 66, 67, 70, 71, 73).
      10. Supplemental Information for the Study of Veterinary Anatomy. (Summer, 1984). 117 pgs.
        1. Revised as Second Edition by adding 4 chapters. (Summer, 1985). 165 pgs.
        2. Revised and added 2 pages (Summer, 1986).
        3. Revised as Third Edition by adding 12 chapters. (Summer, 1989). 236 pgs.
        4. Made minor editorial and typographical changes (Summer, 1990) (see publication 97).
      11. Behavioral objectives for VA 921 (Applied Anatomy) (Spring, 1985).
      12. Guide to the Palpation, Injection, and Topography of the Horse with Dr. Mike Tatum. (Spring, 1987). 100 pgs.
        1. Revised, Fall 1988 (see publication 96).
        2. Revised, Fall 1990.
      13. Behavioral objectives for VMID 935 (Operative Surgery and Applied Anatomy) (Fall, 1987).
      14. Behavioral objectives for VMID 939 (Operative Surgery and Applied Anatomy) (Spring, 1988).
      15. Palpation of the Dog: A Topographic Guide to the Living Animal (Fall, 1988). 95 pgs. (see publication 95).
        1. Revised, Spring 1989.
      16. Behavioral objectives for VTAN 910 (Canine Anatomy). (Fall, 1988).
        1. Revised, Summer 1989.
        2. Revised, Spring 1990.
      17. "Dissection Commentary" - A 20-page monograph incorporating corrections, clarifications, deletions, and additions to Guide to the Dissection of the Dog by Evans and de LaHunta. (Fall, 1988).
      18. Anatomic Differences Between Dogs and Horses. (Summer, 1990). 88 pgs.
      19. Know Yourself: A Guide to the Inspection and Palpation of the Surface Features and Topography of the Human Body - Part I: Superior Limb. (Fall, 1992). 70 pgs.
      20. Behavioral objectives for ZOOL 230 (Elementary Human Anatomy) (Fall, 1992).
      21. Behavioral objectives for ZOOL 231 (Human Phyisology) (Fall, 1992).
      22. Know Yourself: A Guide to the Inspection and Palpation of the Surface Features and Topography of the Human Body - Part II: Inferior Limb. (Spring, 1993). 64 pgs.
      23. Human Anatomy Laboratory (Spring, 1993). 155 pgs.
      24. Know Yourself: A Guide to the Inspection and Palpation of the Surface Features and Topography of the Human Body - Part III: Head and Neck (Basic Parts, Surface Features, Oral Cavity and Fauces). (Summer, 1993).
      25. Fundamental Concepts of Human Anatomy with Don Homan. (Spring, 1994). 250 pgs.
      26. Revised Objectives for ZOOL 230 (Human Anatomy) (Spring, 1994). 30 pgs.
      27. Expanded Fundamental Concepts of Human Anatomy from 250 to 400 pages. Summer 1994.
      28. Wrote 22 "Chapter Preview" homework exercises to go with Fundamental Concepts (see above) (Spring, 1995).
      29. Revised Human Anatomy Laboratory (see item 23 above) adding 50 pages (Spring, 1995).
      30. Expanded Fundamental Concepts of Human Anatomy to 600 pages in two volumes. (Summer, 2000).
      31. Study Exercises in Human Anatomy (with D.P, Homan, Spring 2001). 220 pgs.
      32. Revised Human Anatomy Laboratory (see item 29 above) adding 24 pages (Spring, 2003).
      33. Revised Fundamental Concepts of Human Anatomy to 700 pages adding etymologies, and obsolate nomenclature (Spring, 2003).
      34. Prepared 5000 questions and answers in Human Anatomy (Spring 2004).
    5. New Courses Developed
      1. Zoology 4700 - Advanced Human Anatomy (first taught in Fall, 1997 as Exploratory Anatomy)
      2. Zoology 1090 - Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology (first taught in Fall, 1998)
      3. Zoology 201H - Honors Human Anatomy (first taught in Fall, 1997)
      4. Zoology 200H - Honors Human Physiology (developed with and first taught by Dr. Mark Bracken in Fall, 1998)
      5. Biology 295R - Independent Studies in Biology (departmental effort - first taught in Fall, 1996)
      6. Zoology 4500 - Comparative Vertebrate Biology (taught first in Fall, 2000)
      7. Biology 4300 - Histology (first taught in Spring, 2002).
      8. Zoology 4400 - Pathophysiology (co-developed with Dr. Mark Bracken, taught first time in Spring, 2001))
      9. Zoology 4600 - Embryology (developed but not yet approved).
  3. Research:
    1. Scientific Publications:
      1. Shively, M.J. and J.E. Stump, 1974. The Systemic Arterial Pattern of the Guinea Pig: The Head, Thorax, and Thoracic Limb. Am. J. Anat. 139:269-284.
      2. Shively, M.J., 1975. Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Connection in a Dog (Case Report). JAVMA 166:1102-1103.
      3. Shively, M.J. and J.E. Stump, 1975. The Systemic Arterial Pattern of the Guinea Pig: The Abdomen. Anat. Rec. 182:355-366.
      4. Shively, M.J. and G.J. Pijanowski, 1975. The Production of Aids for the Study of the Normal Radiographic Anatomy of the Dog. J. Vet. Med. Ed. 2:28-29.
      5. Shively, M.J., 1976. Lecture and Lecturer. Phi Kappa Phi Journal 56 (No. 2):40-42.
      6. Stump, J.E. and M.J. Shively, 1976. The Systemic Arterial Pattern of the Guinea Pig: The Pelvis and Pelvic Limb. Am. J. Anat. 147:193-201.
      7. Shively, M.J., 1977. Anatomical Nomenclature: Past, Present, and Future. JAVMA 170:69-72.
      8. Shively, M.J., 1977. The Normal Radiographic Anatomy of the Canine Thoracic Limb. Swest. Vet. 30(1):67-73.
      9. Shively, M.J. and G. G. Stott, 1977. A Comparison of Terms used in Miller's Guide to the Dissection of the Dog by Evans and deLahunta which differ from those found in Anatomy of the Dog by Miller, Christensen, and Evans. J. Vet. Med. Ed. 4(2):137-149.
      10. Shively, M.J., 1977. Levels of Organization: A Model of Morphological Interrelationships. J. Vet. Med. Ed. 4(3):183-187.
      11. Shively, M.J., 1977. The Normal Radiographic Anatomy of the Equine Digit. Swest. Vet. 30(2):193-199.
      12. Shively, M.J., 1977. The Normal Radiographic Anatomy of the Feline Pelvis and Pelvic Limb. Swest. Vet. 30(3):291-297.
      13. Tarr, R.R., M.J. Shively, and R.F. Jendrucko, 1977. Development and Evaluation of Techniques to Quantify Bone Remodeling Induced by Mechanical Stress. (Ext. Abst. with three figures). Advances in Bioengineering. pp. 57-58.
      14. Shively, M.J. and M.B. Werner, 1977. What is Your Diagnosis? (Case Report). JAVMA 17(9):997-998.
      15. Shively, M.J., 1978. Normal Radiographic Anatomy of the Feline Pelvis and Rear Limb. Fel. Prac. 8(1):48-53. (Reprinted from Swest. Vet. 30(3):291-297).
      16. Shively, M.J., 1978. Normal Radiographic Anatomy of the Canine Head. Swest. Vet. 31(1):45-52.
      17. Shively, M.J., 1978. The Normal Radiographic Anatomy of the Equine Digit. J. Eq. Med. Surg. 2(2):77-83 (Reprinted from Swest. Vet. 30(2):193-199).
      18. Shively, M.J., 1978. Normal Radiographic Anatomy of the Barred Owl (Strix varia). Swest. Vet. 31(2):143-150.
      19. Shively, M.J., 1978. Improving the Quality of Multiple Choice Examinations. J. Vet. Med. Ed. 5(2):71-76.
      20. Shively, M.J., 1978. First Metacarpal Bone or Proximal Phalanx? J. Am. Vet. Rad. Soc. 19(2):50-52.
      21. Shively, M.J. and J.E. Smallwood, 1978. Normal Radiographic and Xeroradiographic Anatomy of the Bovine Manus. Swest. Vet. 31(3):220-236.
      22. Shively, M.J., 1978. Normal Radiographic Anatomy of the Canine Head. Canine Prac. 5(5):69-73 (Reprinted from Swest. Vet. 31(1):45-52).
      23. Shively, M.J., 1978. Origin and Branching of Renal Arteries in the Dog. (Case Report) JAVMA 173(8):986-989.
      24. Shively, M.J., 1979. Diagnosis, Please! (Case Report) Swest. Vet. 32(1):50-53.
      25. Smallwood, J.E., and M.J. Shively, 1979. Radiographic and Xeroradiographic Anatomy of the Equine Carpus. Equine Prac. 1(1):22-38.
      26. Shively, M.J., 1979. Improving Laboratory Efficiency. J. Vet. Med. Ed. 6(2):105-107.
      27. Shively, M.J., 1979. Twenty-four Veterinary Anatomic Fibs, Half-Truths, and Misleading Statements. J. Vet. Med. Ed. 6(3):182-187.
      28. Shively, M.J., 1979. Xeroradiographic Anatomy of the Domesticated Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) Part I: Head, Thorax, and Thoracic Limb. Swest. Vet. 32(3):219-233.
      29. Shively, M.J., 1979. A Taxonomic View of Veterinary Patients. Swest. Vet. 32(3):189-197.
      30. Smallwood, J.E. and M.J. Shively, 1979. Terminology for Radiographic Views of Limbs. Equine Prac. 1(6):41-45.
      31. Shively, M.J.and J.E. Smallwood, 1979. Normal Radiographic and Xeroradiographic Anatomy of the Bovine Manus. Bovine Prac. 14:74-82 (Reprinted from Swest. Vet. 31(3):220-236).
      32. Shively, M.J., 1979. Radiographic Anatomy of the Barred Owl (Strix varia). VM/SAC 74(4):552-558 (Reprinted and modified from Swest Vet. 31(2):141-150).
      33. Shively, M.J., 1980. Xeroradiographic Anatomy of the Domesticated Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) Part II:Abdomen, Pelvis, and Pelvic Limb. Swest. Vet. 33(1):57-67.
      34. Shively, M.J. and J.E. Smallwood, 1980. Radiographic and Xeroradiographic Anatomy of the Equine Tarsus. Equine Prac. 2(4):19-35.
      35. Shively, M.J., 1981. A Comparative Compendium of Veterinary Anatomic Terminology - Part I: Bones of the Thoracic Limb. JAAHA 17(2):205-212.
      36. Shively, M.J., 1981. Xeroradiographic Anatomy of the Rabbit: Head, Thorax and Thoracic Limb. Lab. Anim. 10(4):36-46 (Revised from Swest. Vet. 32(3):291-233).
      37. Shively, M.J., 1981. Teaching the Concept of Lever Systems in Locomotion. J. Vet. Med. Ed. 8(1):15-17.
      38. Smallwood, J.E. and M.J. Shively, 1981. Radiographic and Xeroradiographic Anatomy of the Bovine Tarsus. Bovine Prac. 2(5):28-45.
      39. Shively, M.J., 1982. Functional and Clinical Significance of the Reciprocal Apparatus. Equine. Prac. 4(1):5-6 (Anatomist's Notebook Series).
      40. Shively, M.J. and D.C. Van Sickle, 1982. Developing Coxal Joint of the Dog: Gross Morphometric and Pathologic Observations. Am. J. of Vet. Research 43(2):185-194.
      41. Shively, M.J., 1982. Xeroradiographic Anatomy of the Rabbit, Part 2: Abdomen, Pelvis, and Pelvic Limb. Lab. Animal 11(1):24-32.
      42. Shively, M.J., 1982. Unofficial and Proper Anatomic Terms: Bones of the Thoracic Limb. JAVMA 80(8):849-853.
      43. Shively, M.J., 1982. Correct Anatomic Nomenclature for the Joints of the Equine Tarsus. Equine Prac. 4(4):9-12 (Anatomist's Notebook Series).
      44. Shively, M.J., 1982. Equine-English Dictionary: Part I - Standing Conformation. Equine Prac. 4(5):10-27.
      45. Shively, M.J., 1982. Correct Anatomic Nomenclature for the Joints of the Equine Carpus. Equine Prac. 4(6):6-10 (Anatomist's Notebook Series).
      46. Shively, M.J., 1982. Twenty More Veterinary Anatomic Lies, Half Truths, and Misleading Statements. J. Vet. Med. Ed. 9(1):20-21.
      47. Shively, M.J., 1982. Equine-English Dictionary: Part II - Locomotion (Ways of Going). Eq. Prac. 4(8):11-20.
      48. Shively, M.J., 1982. Equine-English Dictionary: Part III - Lameness. Equine Prac. 4(10):31-40
      49. Shively, M.J., 1983. Xerographic Anatomy of the Pigeon: Columba livia domestica. Swest. Vet. 35(2):101-111.
      50. Shively, M.J., 1983. Functional and Clinical Significance of the Check Ligaments. Equine Prac. 5(2):37-42.
      51. Shively, M.J., 1983. Use of the Terms Varus and Valgus in Describing Angular Deformities of the Limbs. Equine Prac. 5(3):15-17.
      52. Shively, M.J., 1983. Anatomic Comparison of Cats and Dogs. VM/SAC 78(6):901-905.
      53. Shively, M.J., 1983. Anatomic Nomenclature Used in Equine Practice. J. Equine Pract. 5(6):6-16.
      54. Shively, M.J. and R.J. Tarpley, 1983. Structural Studies of the Skeletal System of the Bowhead Whale. In: Structural Studies of the Alimentary, Reproductive and Skeletal Systems of the Bowhead Whale (Balaena mysticetus), pp. 135-188. Report to the North Slope Borough, Barrow, Alaska, from the Dept. of Veterinary Anatomy, Texas A&M University, College Station, 77843. 199 pgs.
      55. Shively, M.J., 1983. Improving the Instruction of Gross Anatomy. J. Vet. Med. Ed. 10(1):30-35.
      56. Shively, M.J., 1983. Basic Comparative and Clinical Veterinary Anatomy. Published by the author, College Station, TX., 77843. 531 pgs.
      57. Shively, M.J., 1983. Anatomic Differences between Cattle and Horses that Every Veterinarian Should Know (and then some). Published by the author, College Station, TX., 77843. 590 pgs.
      58. Shively, M.J., 1984. How to get Published: Even When You Don't Have Much to Say. J. Vet. Med. Ed. 10(2):83-84.
      59. Shively, M.J., 1984. Supplemental Information for the Study of Veterinary Anatomy. Published by the author, College Station, TX., 77843. 117 pgs.
      60. Shively, M.J., 1984. Xerographic Anatomy of the Pigeon. Columba livia domestica. Avian/Exotic Practice 1(4):25- 35. (Previously published in Swest. Vet. 35(2):101-111).
      61. Shively, M.J., 1984. Veterinary Anatomy, Basic, Comparative, and Clinical. TAMU Press. College Station, TX. 582 pgs.
      62. Shively, M.J. 1984. Anatomic Considerations in Operative Techniques in Small Animal Surgery. G.H. Tangner, H.W. Boothe, and M.J. Shively editors. Published by the authors, College Station, Texas. 280 pgs.
      63. Shively, M.J. and B.G. Beaver, 1985. Dissection of the Dog and Cat. Iowa State University Press, Ames, Iowa. 152 pgs.
      64. Shively, M.J. and R.J. Tarpley, 1985. Gross Skeletal Observations on the Pectoral Limb of the Bowhead Whale, Balaena mysticetus. Proceedings of the Third Conference on the Biology of the Bowhead Whale (5-page extended abstract with one figure and one table).
      65. Smallwood, J.E., M.J. Shively, V.T. Rendano, and R.E. Habel, 1985. A Standardized Nomenclature for Radiographic Projections Used in Veterinary Medicine. Vet Radiol. 26(1):2-9.
      66. Shively, M.J. 1985. Anatomical Differences Between Cattle and Horses. Part 1: Integument, Skeleton, Muscles, Ligaments, and Joints. Equine Prac. 7(3):40-61.
      67. Shively, M.J. 1985. Anatomical Differences Between Cattle and Horses Part 2: Respiratory System, Digestive System. Equine Pract. 7(4):27-45.
      68. Shively, M.J. and K. Edwards 1985. Pathological Calcification in a Green Iguana (Iguana iguana). Avian/Exotic Prac. 2(1):32-33. (case report).
      69. Ballow, J. and M.J. Shively. 1985. Synovial Continuity of the Canine Carpal Joints. Swest Vet. 36(2):107-110.
      70. Shively, M.J. 1985. Anatomical Differences between Cattle and Horses. Part 3: Urinary System, Reproductive System. Equine Prac. 7(5):18-25.
      71. Shively, M.J. 1985. Anatomical Differences between Cattle and Horses. IV: Circulatory System.Equine Prac. 7(6):30-49.
      72. Shively, M.J. 1985. Anatomic Lies, Half Truths, and Misleading Statements III. J. Vet. Med. Ed. 11(2):46-49.
      73. Shively, M.J. 1985. Anatomical Differences Between Cattle and Horses. Part 5: Lymphatic System, Nervous System. Equine Prac. 7(7):18-27.
      74. Shively, M.J. 1985. Equine-English Dictionary Parts I, II, II. Veterinary Practice Publishing Company, Santa Barbara, CA. 34 pgs. (A reprint of publications 44, 47,and 48).
      75. Shively, M.J. 1985. Supplemental Information for the Study of Veterinary Anatomy, edition 2. Published by the author, College Station, Texas. 164 pgs.
      76. Shively, M.J. 1985. Normal Radiographic Anatomy of the Equine Digit. Swest Vet 36(3):227-233. (Revised and Reprinted from Swest Vet. 30(2):193-199, 1977).
      77. Shively, M.J. 1985. Memory Aids for Veterinary Anatomy, Part 1: Bones. Intervet 21(3):11.
      78. Shively, M.J. 1986. Anatomic Misinformation IV. J. Vet. Med. Ed. 12(2):51-55.
      79. Shively, M.J. 1986. Anatomic Lies and Misstatements Involving Clinical Veterinary Medicine. Canine Prac. 13(4):7-10.
      80. Shively, M.J. 1986. Anatomic Sniglets: Suggested Guidelines and Initial Entries for the Compilation of the Pseudo-Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria. Intervet 22(2):12-13.
      81. Shively, M.J. 1986. Memory Aids for Veterinary Anatomy. Intervet 22(3):10.
      82. Shively, M.J. 1987. Radiographic Anatomy of the Texas Barred Owl - Strix varia helveola 38(1):61-70. (Modified and Reprinted from The Southwestern Veterinarian 31(2), 1978 and VM/SAC 74(4), 1979).
      83. Shively, M.J. 1987. Applied Anatomy and Radiographic Interpretation of the Stifle Joint. Proceedings of the Utah Veterinary Medical Association, Small Animal Program, pp. 1-10.
      84. Shively, M.J. 1987. Surgical Approaches and Internal Pin Positioning for the Humerus, Radius, Ulna, Femur, and Tibia. Proceedings of the Utah Veterinary Medical Association, Small Animal Program, pp. 17-28.
      85. Shively, M.J. 1987. Topographic and Radiographic Anatomy of the Equine Carpus. Proceedings of the Utah Veterinary Medical Association, Large Animal Program, pp. 5-17.
      86. Shively, M.J. 1987. Topographic and Radiographic Anatomy of the Equine Fetlock. Proceedings of the Utah Veterinary Medical Association, Large Animal Program, pp. 31-39.
      87. Shively, M.J. 1987. Surgical Approaches and Applied Anatomy of the Hip. Proceedings of the Utah Veterinary Medical Association, Small Animal Program, pp. 41-47.
      88. Shively, M.J. 1987. Topographic and Radiographic Anatomy of the Distal Equine Limb. Proceedings of the Utah Veterinary Medical Association, Large Animal Program, pp. 47-56.
      89. Shively, M.J. 1987. Radiographic Positioning and Techniques. Proceedings of the Utah Veterinary Medical Association, Veterinary Technicians Program, pp. 11-19.
      90. Puglisi, T.A., C.H. Tangner, R.W. Green, F.A. Mann, W.S. Mathey, and M.J. Shively 1988. Stress Radiography of the Canine Humeral Joint. Jour. Amer. Anim. Hosp. Assoc. 24(2):235-240.
      91. Shively, M.J. 1988. The Value of an Expanded Key. J. Vet. Med. Ed. 15(1):19-20.
      92. Shively, M.J. 1988. Anatomic Sniglets II. Intervet 24(1):22-23.
      93. Shively, M.J. 1988. Synonym Equivalence among the Names used for Oblique Views in Distal Limbs. Vet. Radiol. 29(6): 282-284.
      94. Shively, M.J. 1989. Structural Heresies V. Vet. Orthop. and Comp. Traum. 3:113-118.
      95. Shively, M.J. 1989. Palpation of the Dog; A Topographic Guide to the Living Animal. Published by the author, College Station, TX. 95 pgs.
      96. Tatum, M.E. and M.J. Shively 1989. Palpation, Injection, and Topography of the Horse. Published by the authors, College Station, TX. 100 pgs.
      97. Shively, M.J. 1990. Supplemental information for the Study of Veterinary Anatomy, Third Ed. Published by the author, College Station, TX. 236 pgs.
      98. Shively, M.J. 1990. Avian Radiography and Radiographic Interpretation. Proceedings of the 1990 SCAVMA Symposium, Texas A&M University, pp. 250-255.
      99. Shively, M.J. 1990. The Anatomy Heresies Continued VI. Vet. Comp. Orthop. Traum. 3:100-105.
      100. Shively, M.J. 1990. The Anatomy Heresies Continued VII. Vet. Comp. Orthop. Traum. 3:135-140.
      101. Shively, M.J. 1991. Nomenclatural Nonspecificity: Several Cases in Point. V.C.O.T. 4:62-64.
      102. Shively, M.J. 1991. A Survey of Selected Surgical Procedures Used in the Canine Pelvic Limb. V.C.O.T. 4:107-111.
      103. Shively, M.J. 1992. The Anatomy Heresies Continued VIII. Vet. Comp. Orthop. Traum. 5:40-43.
      104. Shively, M.J. 1992. The Anatomy Heresies Continued IX. Vet. Comp. Orthop. Traum. 5:76-79.
      105. Shively, M.J. 1992. The Anatomy Heresies Continued X. Vet. Comp. Orthop. Traum. 5:135-139.
      106. Shively, M.J. 1993. Structural Heresies Continued XI. Vet. Comp. Orthop. Traum. 6:109-14.
      107. Shively, M.J. 1993. Anatomia Veterinaria. Basica, Comparativia Y Clinica. Manual Moderno, S.A. de C.V. Mexico, D.F.
      108. Shively, M.J. 1993. The Anatomy Heresies Continued XII. Vet. Comp. Orthop. Trauma. 6:178-81.
      109. Farrow, C.S., R. Green, and M. Shively 1994. Radiology of the Cat. Mosby, St. Louis, MO.
      110. Shively, M.J. 1995. Improving the Quality of Multiple Choice Questions Part 1: Eliminating Common Design Errors. Focus XII (Spring):17-22.
      111. Shively, M.J. and D.P. Homan, 1995. Human Anatomy Laboratory. Published by The Sewing Horse, Orem, Utah.
      112. Shively, M.J. and D.P. Homan, 1998. Fundamental Concepts of Human Anatomy. Published by the Sewing Horse, Orem, Utah.
      113. Shively, M.J. and D. P. Homan, 2001. Human Anatomy Study Exercises, Zephyr Book, Orem, Utah.
      114. Shively, M.J. and D. P. Homan, 2002. Human Anatomy Laboratory, Ed. 2. Published by the Sewing Horse, Orem, Utah.
      115. Shively, M. J. and D. P. Homan, Fundamental Concepts of Human Anatomy, Ed. 2. Person Custom Publishing, Boston, MA.
    2. Manuscripts Under Editorial Review or In Press:
      1. Behrens, E., J. Schumacher, E. Morris, and M. Shively. Equine Paranasal Sinusography. (Veterinary Radiology - in press).
      2. Shively, M.J. Anatomic Sniglets III. (Intervet - under review).
      3. Shively, M.J. A Survey of Selected Orthopedic Procedures used in the Canine Thoracic Limb. (Vet. Comp. Orthop. Traum. - under review).
      4. Shively, M.J., M.E. Tatum, and A. Hoffman. The Effect of Group Size on Student Performance in Gross Anatomy. (Newsletter of the American Association of Veterinary Anatomists - under review).
      5. Shively, M.J. and C. Gleason. A Comparison of Thermal Elevation and Gap Width Produced by Osteotomies with Obstetrical Wire, Gigli Wire, and a Bone Saw. (Veterinary Surgery - under review).
      6. Shively, M.J. The Composition, Administration and Grading of Practical Exams in Veterinary Anatomy at the 30 Colleges of Veterinary Medicine in the United States and Canada. (Jour. Vet. Med. Ed. - under review).
      7. Shively, M.J. Anatomic Learning Aids III: Musculoskeletal Mnemonics. (Intervet - under review).
      8. Sherman, C. and M.J. Shively. Peculiar Anatomic Characteristics of Brahman Cattle. (Agri-Practice - under review).
      9. Shively, M.J., D.C.Van Sickle, and W. Blevins. Age-Related Changes in the Relative Depth of the Canine Acetabulum. (Veterinary Radiology - under review).
    3. Manuscripts Under Peer Review:
      1. Shively, M.J. Anatomic Learning Aids IV: Digestive System Mnemonics (Also V, VI, VII).
      2. Shively, M.J. Anatomic Differences Between Dogs and Horses. 88 pgs.
      3. Shively, M.J., D.C. Van Sickle, and W. Blevins. Tomography of the Developing Acetabular Bone.
      4. Shively, M.J., D.C. Van Sickle, and W. Blevins. Radiography of the Developing Coxal Joint of the Dog.
      5. Shively, M.J. and D.C. Van Sickle. Micromorphometric Observations of the Developing Canine Coxal Joint.
    4. Unpublished Papers:
      1. Shively, M.J., 1970. The Lineage of the Genus Equus. Senior veterinary student research paper. 37 pgs.
      2. Shively, M.J., 1972. The Systemic Arterial Pattern of the Guinea Pig. M.S. Thesis. 102 pgs.
      3. Shively, M.J., 1975. Selected Morphological Parameters of the Developing Canine Coxofemoral Joint. Ph.D. Thesis. 441 pgs.
    5. Departmental and College Presentations and Seminars:
      1. Comparative Angiology in the Guinea Pig, Rat, and Dog. VAN Departmental Seminar. Jan. 5, 1972. Purdue University.
      2. The Systemic Arterial Pattern of the Guinea Pig. VAN Departmental Seminar. Oct. 9, 1972. Purdue University.
      3. Articular Cartilage is Not Smooth. VAN Departmental Seminar. Dec. 12, 1973. Purdue University.
      4. A Study of Selected Morphological Parameters of the Developing Canine Coxofemoral Joint. VA Departmental Seminar. Mar. 10, 1975. Texas A&M University.
      5. Sputter Coating for S.E.M. VAN Departmental Seminar. Apr. 30, 1975. Purdue University.
      6. Selected Morphological Parameters of the Developing Canine Coxofemoral Joint. Ph.D. Defense. Aug. 26, 1975. Purdue University.
      7. Participant in Advanced Radiology Seminars, Department of Radiology. Fall, 1976. Texas A&M University.
      8. Improving the Quality of Multiple Choice Examinations. CVM Seminar. Apr. 26, 1977. Texas A&M University.
      9. Anatomical Considerations in Selected Orthopedic Procedures and Conditions. Departmental Seminar. Feb. 12, 1979. Texas A&M University.
      10. New Anatomic Terms to be Submitted to the International Committee on Veterinary Anatomic Nomenclature. Departmental Seminar. Feb. 22, 1980. Texas A&M University.
      11. Anatomy of the Canine Coxal Joint. Departmental Seminar. Mar. 28, 1980. Texas A&M University.
      12. Improving Our Gross Anatomy Curriculum - A View From Year Three. Departmental Seminar. Sept. 23, 1982, Texas A&M University.
      13. How to get Published (Even when you don't have much to say). College Seminar. Mar. 4, 1983. Texas A&M University.
      14. Exams in Veterinary Anatomy: The Good, the Bad, and Multiple Choice. Department of Veterinary Anatomy. Oct. 16, 1986. Louisiana State University.
      15. Confessions of a Pseudoradiologist. Invited guest lecturer, Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association. Oct. 16, 1986. Louisiana State University.
      16. Exams in Veterinary Medicine: The Good, the Bad, and Multiple Choice. College of Veterinary Medicine ("Dean's Hour"). Feb. 13, 1987. Texas A&M University.
      17. Report of the Teaching Excellence Committee: Subcommittee on Examinations. Nov. 17, 1988. College of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University.
      18. Radiographic Interpretation of the Normal Cervical Vertebral Column in the Foal. Department of Veterinary Anatomy. Feb. 28, 1989, Texas A&M University.
      19. Improving the Quality of Multiple Choice Examinations. Faculty Inservice Presentation. August 17, 1994. Utah Valley State College.
      20. So You are Going to Develop a New Course. Faculty Inservice Presentation, August 21, 1995. Utah Valley State College.
      21. More Rigor and Better Evaluations. Faculty Inservice Seminar. Aug. 21, 1996. Utah Valley State College.
      22. Student Academic Dishonesty. Panel Discussant at Faculty Inservice Seminar. Aug. 20, 1998.
      23. Session Moderator for "Unnatural Selection" at the UVSC Bioethics Seminar, Fall 2000.
    6. State and National Presentations:
      1. The Systemic Arterial Pattern of the Guinea Pig. American Association of Laboratory Animal Science Convention. Oct. 17, 1972. St. Louis, Mo.
      2. The Systemic Arterial Pattern of the Guinea Pig. Conference of Research Workers in Animal Disease. Nov. 27, 1972. Chicago.*
      3. The Production of Aids for the Study of Normal Radiographic Anatomy of Domestic Animals. Conference of Research Workers in Animal Disease. (Co-authored and presented by Dr. G.J. Pijanowski). Dec. 2, 1974. Chicago.
      4. Selected Morphological Parameters of the Developing Canine Coxofemoral Joint. Conference of Research Workers in Animal Disease. Dec. 2, 1975. Chicago.*
      5. Improving the Quality of Multiple Choice Examinations. Council of Educators at the Conference of Research Workers in Animal Disease. Nov. 29, 1976. Chicago.
      6. Serial Radiography and Tomography of the Developing Canine Coxofemoral Joint. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 22, 1977. Vail, Colorado.
      7. Osteochondral Transplant of the Canine Acetabulum (co-authored and co-presented with Dr. T.C. Johnson) Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 13, 1978. Snowmass, Colorado.
      8. A Comparison of Techniques Used to Evaluate Bone Remodeling Induced by Mechanical Stress (co-authored and co-presented with R.R. Tarr) Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 13, 1978. Snowmass, Colorado.
      9. Improving Laboratory Efficiency. AAVMC Council of Educators at CRWAD. Nov. 27, 1978. Chicago.
      10. Anatomy of the Menisci and Meniscal Ligaments. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 19, 1979. Vail, Colorado.
      11. Anatomical Considerations in Selected Orthopedic Procedures and Conditions. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 20, 1979. Vail, Colorado.*
      12. Anatomic Terminology for Orthopods: Update 1979. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 21, 1978. Vail, Colorado.*
      13. Anatomy of the Canine Tarsus, Part I: Bones, Muscles, Nerves, Vessels. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 22, 1979. Vail, Colorado.
      14. The Use of Xeroradiography to Teach the Radiographic Anatomy of the Equine Carpus. (Co-authored and presented by J.E. Smallwood) Pre-convention seminar of the American Association of Veterinary Anatomists. Jul. 21, 1979. Pullman, Washington.*
      15. Anatomy of the Canine Coxal (Hip) Joint. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 27, 1980. Miami, Florida.*
      16. Development of the Canine Coxal (Hip) Joint: Selected Parameters. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 27, 1980. Miami, Florida.*
      17. New Anatomic Terms to be Submitted to the International Committee on Veterinary Anatomical Nomenclature. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 29, 1980. Miami, Florida.
      18. Survey of Selected Orthopedic Procedures for the Thoracic Limb. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 24, 1981. Snowbird, Utah.*
      19. Survey of Selected Orthopedic Procedures for the Pelvic Limb. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Mar. 3, 1982. Park City, Utah.*
      20. Radiographic Evaluation of the Carnivore Head. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 8, 1983. Kona, Hawaii.*
      21. Direct Measurement of the Angle of Anteversion of the Femoral Neck. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 10, 1983. Kona, Hawaii.*
      22. Anatomic Differences Between Cats and Dogs of Interest to Orthopedic Surgeons. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 10, 1983. Knoa, Hawaii.*
      23. In Vitro Measurement of the Angle of Anteversion of the Canine Femoral Neck. (Co-authored and presented by T.J. McGrath), American Association of Veterinary Anatomists. Jul. 16, 1983. Ithaca, New York.*
      24. Improving the Instruction of Gross Anatomy. American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges. Jul. 18, 1983. New York, New York.*
      25. Osteologic Studies on the Bowhead Whale (Balaena mysticetus). Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 29, 1984. Steamboat Springs, Colorado.*
      26. Osteologic Studies on the Bowhead Whale. Pre-convention seminar of the American Association of Veterinary Anatomists. Jul. 20, 1984. Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
      27. Gross Skeletal Observations on the Pectoral Limb of the Bowhead Whale (Balaena mysticetus). Third Conference on the Biology of the Bowhead Whale. Sponsored by North Slope Borough, Barrow, Alaska. Jan. 23, 1985. Anchorage, Alaska.*
      28. Anatomic Considerations in Selected Orthopedic Considerations and Procedures II. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 28, 1985. Copper Mountain, Colorado.*
      29. A Comparison of Obstetrical Wire, Gigli Wire and a Richards Power Saw with Respect to Temperature Elevations Induced during Osteotomies. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Mar. 2, 1986. Steamboat Springs, Colorado.*
      30. The Effect of Radiographic Positioning on Assessment of Equine Limb Deformities. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Mar. 8, 1986. Steamboat Springs, Colorado.*
      31. Practical Exams in Gross Anatomy: Results of a Survey. American Association of Veterinary Anatomists. Jul. 18, 1986. Tuskeegee, Alabama.*
      32. What is this Crural Thing? American Association of Veterinary Anatomists. Jul. 18, 1986. Tuskeegee, Alabama.
      33. Normal vs. Abnormal: The Radiographic Question. Veterinary Orthopedic Society. Feb. 25, 1987. Sun Valley, Idaho.*
      34. Applied Anatomy and Radiographic Interpretation of the Stifle Joint. (Co-authored and presented by D. Hulse), Utah Veterinary Medical Association, Aug. 6, 1987. Snowbird, Utah.*
      35. Surgical Approaches and Internal Pin Positioning for the Humerus, Radius, Ulna, Femur, and Tibia. Utah Veterinary Medical Association, Aug. 6, 1987. Snowbird, Utah.*
      36. Topographic and Radiographic Anatomy of the Equine Carpus. Utah Veterinary Medical Association, Aug. 6, 1987. Snowbird, Utah.*
      37. Topographic and Radiographic Anatomy of the Equine Fetlock. Utah Veterinary Medical Association, Aug. 6, 1987. Snowbird, Utah.*
      38. Veterinary Medicine has a Humorous Side. Banquet Address, Utah Veterinary Medical Association, Aug. 6, 1987. Snowbird, Utah.
      39. Surgical Approaches and Applied Anatomy of the Hip. Utah Veterinary Medical Association, Aug. 7, 1987. Snowbird, Utah.
      40. Topographic and Radiographic Anatomy of the Distal Equine Limb. Utah Veterinary Medical Association, Aug. 7, 1987. Snowbird, Utah.*
      41. Radiographic Positioning and Techniques. Conference for Technicians, Utah Veterinary Medical Association, Aug. 7, 1987. Snowbird, Utah.
      42. Unusual Abdominal Foreign Bodies. Utah Veterinary Medical Association, Aug. 7, 1987. Snowbird, Utah.
      43. Computed Topography of the Equine Carpus. Veterinary Orthopedic Society, Feb. 23, 1988. Breckenridge, Colorado.*
      44. McGrath, T.J., M.J. Shively, M.R. Herron, R.W. Green, J.D. Williams, and J.A. Auer. "The Stability of the Bone- External Pin Interface as affected by Pin Insertion Methods and Surface Biomaterial". American College of Veterinary Surgeons, Feb. 5, 1988. Tucson, Arizona.*
      45. McGrath, T.J., M.J. Shively, M.R. Herron, R.W. Green, J.D. Williams, and J.A. Auer. "The Stability of the Bone- External Pin Interface as affected by Pin Insertion Methods and Surface Biomaterial". Veterinary Orthopedic Society, Feb. 21, 1988. Breckenridge, Colorado.*
      46. Radiographic Interpretation of the Normal Cervical Vertebral Column in the Foal. Veterinary Orthopedic Society, Feb. 22, 1989. Park City, Utah.*
      47. Avian Radiography and Radiographic Interpretation. National Symposium of the Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Mar. 13, 1990. Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.*
      48. Radiographic Interpretation of the Immature Equine Skull. Pre-convention seminar of the American Association of Veterinary Anatomists. Jul. 20, 1990. College Station, TX.*
      49. Results of a Survey on Selected Aspects of Classroom Instruction in Veterinary Anatomy. Pre-convention seminar of the American Association of Veterinary Anatomists. Jul. 20, 1990. College Station, TX.
      50. Improving the Quality of Multiple Choice Examinations. Utah Community College Conference. Apr. 8, 1994. Orem, Utah.
      51. Improving the Quality of Multiple Choice Examinations. National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Conference. May 22, 1995. Austin, Texas.
      52. More Rigor and Better Evaluations (from oxymoron to reality). National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Conference. May 27, 1996. Austin, TX.*
      53. Student Academic Dishonesty: Methodology, Detection, Conviction, Penalties, Prevention. National Institute for Staff and Organization Development (NISOD) Conference. May 1997, Austin, TX.*
      54. Does Your Technology Outweigh Your Content. National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Conference. May 1998, Austin, TX.*
      55. Student Academic Dishonesty: Results of a Survey of Students and Faculty. National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Conference. May 1999, Austin, TX.*
      56. Lies, Half Truths, and Misleading Statements in Anatomy and Physiology. Co-authored and presented by D.P. Homan. National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Conference. May 1999, Austin, TX. Also presented at the Annual Conference of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society. May 1999, Towson University, Baltimore, Maryland.*
      57. Eliminating Slang, Obsolete, and Inventive Nomenclature in Anatomy and Physiology Texts. Annual Conference of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society. May 1999, Baltimore, Maryland.
      58. Expanding Their Ten Minute Attention Span to a Full Hour. National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Conference. May 2001, Austin, TX.
      59. The Lies We Teach. Iowa Association of Community College Biology Teachers. September, 2001, Fort Dodge Iowa.
      60. Taking Ourselves Less Seriously. Banquet address, Iowa Association of Community College Biology Teachers. September 2001, Fort Dodge, Iowa.
      61. The Effect of Assigned Lecture Study Groups on Course Performance. National Institute for Organizational and Staff Development (NISOD) Conference. May, 2002, Austin, TX.*
      62. Skeletal Studies on the Savannah Monitor. Co-authored and presented by Nicole Balliette. National Conference of Undergraduate Research, Salt Lake City, Utah, March, 2003.**
      63. Anatomic Lies, Half-Truths and Misleading Statements, National Institute for Organizational and Staff Development (NISOD) Conference, May 2003, Austin, TX.*
       *  Abstract Published
      **  Poster Presentation
    7. Grant Proposals Funded:
      1. "The Production of Aids for the Study of the Normal Radiographic Anatomy of Domestic Animals." Shively, M.J. and G.J. Pijanowski. Merck Company Foundation Grant 3891-63-1242 ($500.00), 1974.
      2. "The Evaluation of a Sutureless Nephrolithotomy Technique for Renal Calculus Removal." Shively, M.J., M.A. Herron, and B. Long, Texas A&M University Institutional N.I.H. Grant #55363 ($4228), 1977.
      3. "Gross Anatomy of the Marmoset." M.J. Shively, TAMU Mini- Grant ($510), 1978.
      4. "Structural Studies on the Bowhead Whale (Balaena mysticetus)." R.F. Sis, G.G. Stott, M.J. Shively, R.J.Tarpley, Alaska Eskimo Whaling Commission Grant #4593 ($50,000), 1981.
      5. "Xerographic Anatomy of Domestic Animals." M.J. Shively. A special grant from the AVMA Foundation ($1035), 1981.
      6. Refunding of grant 4 above ($50,000), 1982.
      7. Refunding of grant 4 above ($50,000), 1983.
      8. "The Effect of Three Methods of Insertion on the Stability of External Splintage Pins." M.J. Shively and T.J. McGrath. Organized Research Reserve Funds, Texas A&M University ($1500), 1983.
      9. "Development of a Computer-Assisted Learning Module for Veterinary Gross Anatomy." M.J. Shively, Incentive Grants for Teaching, Texas A&M University Center for Teaching Excellence ($1000) 1985.
      10. "Gross Osteology of the Savana Monitor (Varanus exanthematicus)", Colorado Plataeu Field Institute ($1000), 1995.
      11. "Production of Anatomy Pre-lab videotapes", UVSC Faculty Development Grant ($1000), 1996.
      12. "Computerized Instruction in Gross Anatomy", A.D.A.M. Software Corporation ($20,000), 1997.
      13. "BGX Light Box Projector", UVSC Foundation ($2500), 1999.
      14. "Materials for Comparative Vertebrate Biology", UVSC Foundation ($3000), 2001.
      15. "Professional Musings", Presidential Award for Faculty Scholarship ($1000), 2002.
      16. "Skeletal Studies on the Llama and Alpaca", UVSC Foundation ($3000), 2003.
  4. Administrative Experience
    1. Coordinator, anatomy graduate instructors, Purdue College of Veterinary Medicine 1974-75. Duties included organizing and integrating efforts of 4 other graduate instructors into professional (veterinary), undergraduate, and graduate courses of instruction.
    2. Laboratory Coordinator, Department of Veterinary Anatomy, Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine 1983-1990. Duties involved coordination of numerous courses in the multi-room suite of laboratory classrooms, supervision of several anatomy technicians, and serving as a technical advisor for graduate research.
    3. Member, faculty of the Teaching Hospital (College of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University 1983-1990). Duties included serving as a radiologist during the summer with emergency duty throughout the year. Directed the activities of the section when on duty including the radiology technicians and the senior veterinary students on radiology rotations.
    4. Human Anatomy Program Coordinator, Department of Science, UVCC (1993-2000). Duties included coordination and standardization of classroom instruction among multiple lecture and laboratory instructors in ZOOL 230 (Human Anatomy). Significant effort was also devoted to selection, weekly instruction, schedule coordination, and supervision of the 40 (▒) volunteer student teaching assistants (STA's) and the three primary laboratory instructors in the course.
    5. Concurrent Enrollment Liaison, Department of Science, UVSC (1992-1994). Duties included visitations to schools offering concurrent enrollment credit for our various courses and interactions with the instructors. Instituted numerous changes in departmental C.E. policies.
    6. Served as an officer in several professional organizations (see Section I.F.)
    7. Served as chairman of numerous committees (see Section V, parts A, C, and E).
    8. Elected Department Chair, Life Sciences, UVSC. (December, 1995 - Spring 1999). Major accomplishments included leading departmental effort in obtaining approval of 4-year degree in Biology and hiring of two new contract faculty members. Also facilitated development of first written department policies and facilitated a faculty effort to secure markedly increased laboratory fees. Developed several new courses (see II E).
    9. Elected President-Elect of the UVSC Faculty Senate (April, 2001). Responsibilities for 2001-2002 were to work with the current Senate President. Responsibilities for 2002-2004 include conducting faculty senate meetings, conducting executive council meetings, attending UVSC Dean's Council meetings, President's Council meetings, and Board of Trustee's meetings, as well as numerous other functions.
  5. Service:
    1. College Academic Committees:
      1. Student Affairs Committee (1972-74)
      2. Student Appeals Committee (1974-75)
      3. Audio Visual Aids Committee (1975-79)
      4. Curriculum Committee (1978-80)
      5. Library Committee (1980-1984)
      6. Promotion Committee III (1981-1987)
      7. Faculty Advisory Committee (1984-1990, secretary 1986).
      8. Planning Committee for V.M.I.D. 935 (1985-1987).
      9. Promotion Committee I (1988-1990).
      10. Continuing Education Council (1988-1990).
      11. Committee on Teaching Excellence - Subcommittee on Examinations (Spring 1987-1990).
      12. Departmental Representative - American Association of Veterinary Anatomists (Fall 1988