Assistant Professor of English and Coordinator of Freshman Composition
B.A. Rocky Mountain College
M.Ed. Montana State University-Billings
Office: Morledge-Kimball Hall 303
Jacqueline Dundas is a third generation Montanan, but more notably, her family ties to Rocky Mountain College run thick. Professor Dundas' grandfather was a co-founder of Billings Polytechnic Institute, RMC's parent institution; her father graduated from BPI; she received her bachelor's of arts from RMC; and her son, Ian, also graduated from RMC.
Professor Dundas' teaching focuses on freshman writing and critical reading. In addition, she also serves her colleagues as the division chair of humanities and fine arts.
Professor Dundas is an adamant lover of horses and shows her horse, One O Six in the Shade, in the select division at national AQHA shows. She and her husband, Don, have a son, Ian; two cats, Paco and Myrtle; and two dogs, Boone and Laddie.