Melinda Melton, MS
Ms. Melinda Melton received her Master of Science degree in Biology from the University of Louisiana at Monroe in 2000 and her Master of Arts in European History from Louisiana State University in 2001. Her biology thesis studied mating behavior in bobwhite quail, Colinus virginianus, including investigating the sensory bias theory of mate choice. Melinda primarily teaches Human Anatomy & Physiology II as well as Introductory Biology lectures and labs and coordinates the Human Anatomy & Physiology II laboratories. Her other interests include music, community theatre work, travel, and kitten fostering. She lives with her husband, Jeramey, two cats (Zydeco and Tabasco) and two dogs (Beignet and Sassafrass).