Don Walker

Phone: 469-752-9000 ext. 39218


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor's of Science, Major in Biology Georgia College 1993 Master's of Science, Major in Biology Georgia College 1996 Composite Science 8-12 Composite Science 4-8 Physical Education K-12 Health K-12

Don Walker

I am a native Texan, born and raised in South Oak Cliff.  I later moved to Plano and graduated from Plano East in 1988.  I married my high school sweetheart, Julie, and have two amazing sons, Drew and Riley.

I hold a bachelor's and a master's degree in science with majors in biology.  My master's thesis was on the snakes of the Taunton Local Fauna (Mid-Pliocene: Blancan) of Adams County, Washington.  I have over 25 years of teaching experience, ranging from middle school to the university level.

Currently, I am the team lead for environmental systems and teach courses in environmental systems and integrated physics and chemistry.

My research interests are in neo- paleoherpetology.  

Class & Tutorial Schedules

  • Classes

    0 - 8:00-8:49 am
         Environmental Systems B5-113

    1 - 9:00-9:49 am

    2 - 9:56-10:49 am
         Environmental Systems B5-105

    3 - 10:56-11:45 am
         Environmental Systems E B5-105

    Lunch 11:45-12:38 pm

    4 - 12:38-1:27pm
         Environmental Systems E B5-105

    5 - 1:34-2:23pm

    6 - 2:30-3:19 pm
         Intergrated Physics & Chemistry E B5-105



    Tuesday         7:15 to 8:00 am

    Wednesday    7:15 to 8:00 am

    Friday           7:15 to 8:00 am

    Other times by appointment.


  • Parmley, D. and D. Walker. 2003. Snakes of the Pliocene Taunton Local Fauna of Adams County Washington with the Description of a New Colubrid. Journal of Herpetology, Vol. 37, No. 2, pp 235-244.

    Parmley, D. and D. Walker. 1998. Elaphe vulpina (Colubridae) from the Blancan of Washington, with a Review of the Species’ Paleo distribution.  Herpetolgical Natural History, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 41-46.

    Parmley, D. G. Lacy and D. Walker. 1997. Small Mammals of the Riparian Woodlands of a Central Georgia Piedmont Creek. Ga. J. Sci. 55:117-121.