Jane Schuh is a Professor of immunology and the Vice President of Research and Creative Activity at North Dakota State University. She attended NDSU, receiving both a B.S. in Zoology and a PhD in Cellular and Molecular Biology before completing postdoctoral training in lung disease at the University of Michigan under Drs. Steve Kunkel and Cory Hogaboam. She returned to NDSU as a faculty member in the Department of Microbiology in 2004 where she developed an experimental inhalation model to study fungal allergy, microbial co-exposure, and asthma. She trains both undergraduate and graduate students in research. Along with her teaching and research, she has served in a number of leadership roles for both academics and research on campus; however, her favorite title may be “Faculty Advisor to the NDSU Chapter of the Sandy’s Donut Club.” She is an active community member, serving on Boards and committees for business, non-profits, and civic organizations in Fargo and building relationships across the state.