Andrew J. Penniman, Ph.D.
Georgia Perimeter College
Life & Earth Sciences Department
Dunwoody Campus
2101 Womack Rd.
Dunwoody, GA 30338

Pictures of Dr. Penniman,
my familymy friend, my boat

Office phone:  770-274-5065
Dunwoody Campus, NE-2226:

Tutorial & Advisement Hours:  13 Jan. -- 8 May 2014:



 10:00 -- 11:00 a.m.,  1:30 -- 5:00 p.m.  


 1:00 -- 5:00 p.m.   


 10:00 -- 11:00 a.m., 4:00 -- 5:00 p.m.   


 4:00 -- 5:00 p.m.  


 10:00 -- 12:00  by appointment 


Courses I teach:

BIOL 1403: Diversity in the Living World 

BIOL 1403L: Diversity in the Living World Laboratory

ENVS 1401: Environmental Science

        Summer 2010 Syllabus
        Student Learning Objectives   
        Recent lecture PowerPoints

        Critical Thinking Exercise  "Hot Spot":    article,   answers. 

        Population Study of Flour Beetles,  
        Analysis of Environmental Problems/Issues,
        "Analysis of Environmental Law",     

        Internet Air Quality Project

        Ecological Footprint,
        Class Announcements  

BIOL 1611: Human Anatomy & Physiology I

BIOL 1611L: Human Anatomy & Physiology I Laboratory

BIOL 1612: Human Anatomy & Physiology II

BIOL 1612L: Human Anatomy & Physiology II Laboratory

Spring 2014 Laboratory Syllabus  
Lab Syllabus supplement                             Drawing list 
Laboratory schedule:  Thursday afternoon    2nd Revision

Laboratory Learning Objectives  

Lab Introduction PowerPoints

    Lab drawing format,   


    Conduction System of Heart-Lab,  .          Cardiovascular Blood Pressure Lab data.   

    Anatomy of Blood Vessels

Instructions for Lab Papers
Class Announcements                         relevant?   

BIOL 2108:  Principles of Biology II

        Spring 2014 Syllabus                                                      Presentation Assignments 

                    Sapelo Island Field Trip Information                     Possible Exam III essay questions

                    Book Review assignment  

        Recent lecture PowerPoints                   MasteringBiology instructions


                Population Ecology

                Habitats & Niches

                Community Ecology,  

                Ecosystems,                               update on Isle Royale wolves

                Intro to Evolutionary Theory


                Homology & Biogeography,

                Theory of Selection

                Population Genetics

                Animal Form & Function

                Animal Food and Nutrition


                Gas Exchange,

        Class announcements                      Student Assessment of Learning Gains 

BIOL 2108L:  Principles of Biology II Laboratory

        Spring 2014 Lab Syllabus                                        Lab data: Ecology of a rotting Log 
        Laboratory Schedule Spring 2014:  R night,  2nd revision             Presentation Assignments 

        Lab Syllabus Supplement  

        Lab Introduction PowerPoints:     


        Class announcements       All notebooks turned in Thursday 27 March are ready to be picked up.