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Prof. MacBain teaches and researches 19th-century American and Native American literature. She focuses on the writings of women, both in memoir and diary form.

A chamber musician and recitalist, Prof. MacRae teaches classes in both cello and chamber music, is a member of the Puget Sound Piano Trio, and serves as a member of the artist faculty at Brevard Music Center.

(On Leave 2023-2024)

Prof. Madlung is interested in evolutionary biology, genome structure, and plant genetics. His teaching ranges from plant physiology classes to molecular biology.

Prof. Marcavage specializes in printmaking and teaches a variety of classes on various print media techniques, including lithography, etching, relief, and more, plus experimental, photo-mechanical and digitally augmented methods.

Teaching both introductory and upper-level courses, Prof. Martin conducts research with undergraduate students on bacterial predators, symbioses, and microbe-microbe interactions.

Prof. Matthews has published four books, including Colin Powell: Imperfect Patriot and The Art of Command. He teaches courses in leadership and American history, and is currently writing a new book, Bad Generals!