As the Collection Services Technical Assistant, Marc is responsible for processing and preparing new materials for the library's collection. He has served in various tasks and roles in libraries, and finds their unique functions in a community imperative to its success and flourishing.
Education and Credentials
B.A. in Linguistics, Cedarville University
Senior research project, "The Collaborative Function of Verbal Aspect and Aktionsart: A Distributional Analysis of English Verb Types"
Jazz, literature, biblical languages, World War II history
Why Cedarville?: While I was a student here, Cedarville became a spiritual influence and a second home for me, where I was surrounded by loving and faithful brothers and sisters in Christ and where I could grow in my knowledge of the Bible and explore academic interests in a new, flourishing environment. I cherish the opportunity to be a part of the functioning of such an important Christian community through some of the background work in the library.