Office Phone: (540) 432-4415
Main Campus, Harrisonburg
Office Location: SSC 047B
Brint Domangue is lab coordinator in the Suter Science Center, serving primarily the departments of Biology and Chemistry, and he also teaches courses in environmental science. Brint’s educational and research interests are in botanical studies. He earned his B.S. and M.S. in Biology from James Madison University by investigating vascular flora in the Shenandoah Valley. After graduation, Brint spent some time as an adjunct at Mary Baldwin College and continued research at JMU and Virginia Tech. Brint has been with EMU since Fall 2014 and is grateful to serve others in a family-like community. In his spare time, he enjoys landscaping and gardening outdoors.
M.S., Biology, James Madison University (2012)
B.S., Biology, James Madison University (2009)
- McMullen, C.K. and B.E. Domangue. Noteworthy collections: Virginia – Leavenworthia uniflora (Michaux) Britton (Brassicaceae). Castanea 79(1): 32.
- Domangue, B.E. and C.K. McMullen. Floristic survey of the vascular plants of Shenandoah County, Virginia. Castanea 78(4): 312–322.
Scholarly Presentations and Abstracts
- McMullen, C.K. and B.E. Domangue. 2014. First report of Leavenworthia (Brassicaceae) in Virginia. Virginia Academy of Science, Richmond, VA.
- Domangue, B.E. and C. K. McMullen. April 2012. Floristic survey of the vascular plants of Shenandoah County, Virginia. Association of Southeastern Biologists 73rd annual meeting, Athens, GA.
- Domangue, B.E., K.V. Gorzelnik, and C.K. McMullen. 2009. Floristic survey of the Smith Creek restoration area. James Madison University Biosymposium, Harrisonburg, VA.
Church, Community and Professional Service
Cedar Run Church of the Brethren board member and youth adviser (2009-)
Bergton Ruritan Club member/volunteer (2014-)
Southern Appalachian Botanical Society