Our faculty's diverse teaching and research interests span the ecological spectrum.

 All faculty members participate in classroom instruction, and many are involved in wildlife research projects at the state, national, and international level.

Kemuel Badger
Physiological plant ecology, conservation biology

Timothy Carter
Mammology, wildlife biology, bats

Gary N. Dodson
Animal behavior, ecology, entomology

David LeBlanc
Forest ecology

Thomas E. Lauer
Aquatic ecology, limnology, fisheries biology

Kamal Islam
Ornithology, wildlife biology

Mark Pyron
Invertebrate zoology