Our faculty have diverse teaching and research interests that span the ecological spectrum.
All faculty members participate in classroom instruction, and many are involved in botany and botany education research projects at the state, national, and international level.

Kemuel Badger, Professor
Plant ecology, conservation biology, GIS analysis

David C. LeBlanc, Professor
Forest ecology, effects of natural and man-caused stresses on trees and forests

Allison Rober, Assistant Professor
Algal ecology, aquatic ecology, wetland ecosystem ecology

Donald Ruch, Professor
Mycology, floristics, plant ecology