MSc. (Biology), Murray State University, 1979
MSc. (Science Education), Syracuse University, 1971
A.B. (Zoology), Syracuse University, 1970
Instructor of Geography, Mississippi State University,
Lecturer of Geology & Geography, Mississippi State University
Faculty Assistant, Bahamian Field Program, 1986-present.
Assistant Director, NSF CAUSE Program grant, Murray State University
Temporary Faculty, Biology Dept., Murray State University May 1979-1980.
Associate Staff Microbiologist at the General Electric Research
and Development Center, 1972-1977
Initiated into Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi
in 1970 by Syracuse University. Initiated into Sigma Xi in 1980
by Murray State University based on research at General Electric
Co. and Murray State University.
U.S. Patent Number 3,923,597 December 2, 1975.
"Mercury Concentration by the Use of Microorganisms."
Chakrabarty, A.M., Friello, D.A., Mylroie, J.R.
National Speleological Society (NSS) member and
NSS representative to the American Geological Institute in 1997
Numerous community service activities for the Starkville
Youth Soccer Organization as coach, sponsorship chairman and "Team
Mom," Parent-Teacher Association school president, school treasurer
(two years), Council treasurer (2 years) and numerous committee
chairs. Trinity Presbyterian Church Sunday School teacher (1986-present),
semi-annual Blood Drive Coordinator, and elder.
Selected Publications and Presentations:
Mylroie, J.R., Jenson, J.W. and
Wexel C., 2001(abstract), Cave and Karst development of Saipan:
Program of the National Speleological Society Annual Meeting, p.
Gamble, D.W., Mylroie, J.E., Jenson, J.W., Carew,
J.L., Taborosi, D., Jocson, J.M.U., Vann, D.T., and Mylroie, J.R.,
2001 (abstract), Freshwater resources on Guam: Calculating halocline
position and fresh water discharge via temperature profile: Proceddings
of the 10th Pacific Science Intercongress, p. 104
Gamble, D. W.,
Mylroie, J. R., Mylroie, J. E.,
Taborosi, D. S., and Jenson, J. W., 2000, Field assessment of coastal
fracture discharge on the northwest coast of Guam using temperature
sensors. Limestone Island Aquifers Conference, June 8, 2000, University
Mylroie, J. R., Gamble, D. W., Taborosi, D. S.,
Jenson, J. W., Jocson, J. M. U., and Mylroie, J. E., 2000, Air and
water cave temperature variation in three cave types in Guam, USA:
Implications for aquifer characteristics. Abstracts, National Speleological
Society annual meeting, p. A-15 - A-16.
1999 Schillig Special Teaching Projects Program
Award "Computer Generated Slide Presentations to Enhance Introduction
to World Geography."
2000 Preparing Teacher's to Deliver Technology Rich, Problem-Based
Learning Experiences program.
2001 Schillig Special Teaching Projects Program Award "Enhanced
Learning via Audio Addition in Introduction to World Geography."