- Doctorate, Neuro Science, Baylor University
- Master Science, Psychology, Emporia State University
- Bachelor Science, Psychology, Emporia State University
- Full-Time Lecturer in Psychology, 09/01/2001 - 08/01/2004, Baylor University
- Adjunct Faculty in Psychology, 09/01/1996 - 05/31/2004, Baylor University
- Assistant Professor in Psychology, 09/01/1989 - 05/31/1990, Lynchburg College
- Instructor of Psychology, 09/01/1987 - 05/31/1988, University Texas
- Instructor of Psychology, 09/01/1984 - 05/31/1985, Emporia State University
- Professor, 07/01/1995 - Present, McLennan Community College
- 2002 - Circle of Achievement Award in Recognition of Outstanding Teaching, Baylor University
- 1991 - Nash, S. & Domjan, M. (1991). Learning to discriminate the sex of conspecifics in male Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica): Tests of biological constraints. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 17, 342-353.
- 1989 - Nash, S., Domjan, M., & Askins, M. (1989). Sexual discrimination learning in male Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 103, 347-358.
- 1989 - Domjan, M. & Nash, S. (1989). Conditioning of sexual and reproductive behavior: Extending the hegemony to the propagation of species. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 12, 138-139.
- 1988-89 - University Fellowship, The University of Texas at Austin
- 1988 - Domjan, M. & Nash, S. (1988). Stimulus control of social behaviour in male Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica). Animal Behaviour, 36, 1006-1015.
Summer I 2021