Lisa B. Lewis
Lisa B. Lewis is Professor of Chemistry at Albion College and teaches courses in introductory, analytical and physical chemistry. Her professional interests include science pedagogy and promoting undergraduate research and interdisciplinary study. She is an active member of the Project Kaleidoscope (PKAL) Faculty for the 21st Century (F21) and has served as PKAL's Scientist-in-Residence in Washington, DC. While at Albion, she has served as associate provost, Director of the Prentiss M. Brown Honors Program, department chair and most recently, as the Director of Admission Events & Academic Liaison.
Ian MacInnes is Chair and Professor of English at Albion College, where he teaches courses in Elizabethan poetry, Milton, and early modern women writers. He has published essays on human and animal bodies in Shakespeare, including an article in EMLS on "Mastiffs and Spaniels: Gender and Nation in the English Dog." He is presently working on a larger project: Albion's Breed: Zoology and the Birth of the Enviroment in the English Imagination, 1550-1650.