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Heather Driscoll received her BS and MS in botany from the University of Vermont, where she completed research on the origin and evolution of beech ferns (genus Thelypteris) in Vermont and sword ferns (genus Polystichum) on the Hawaiian Islands.
Mary Beth Klinger-Lawrence joined the Department of Biology faculty at Norwich University in 2017. She holds a BS from Clarkson University and a Ph.D. from the University of Vermont.
Virginia M. H. Kunkel joined the Norwich faculty in 1995.
She earned her BS in wildlife biology from Colorado State University in 1980 and her MS in ecology from Pennsylvania State University in 1983. While at Colorado State, Kunkel completed undergraduate research on beavers.