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Reed College (history)
Portland State University (PhD)
Dr. Marc M. is a published author in urban affairs topics, served more than ten years in local state and federal capacities and represented metal recycling companies and associations in the western states and Washington DC. His undergraduate degree is in ancient history; he reads both ancient Greek and Latin; and he speaks, writes and reads Spanish. Dr. M. has master's degrees in psychology and urban planning and received his doctorate in urban affairs.
Dr. M. wrote his undergraduate thesis on the origins of historiography and its transition from myths, sagas, and epic poems to history as we now know it. Dr. M. has taught and lectured at the high school level, community, undergraduate and graduate colleges and universities. He has served as a member of the Oregon Board of Higher Education and the Oregon Public Broadcasting Commission. He was a Fellow at the Salzburg Seminar in American Studies, Chairman of the Legislative Committee for the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries and Chair of the Park and Recreation Commission for Corte Madera.
Dr. Marc M. is a published author in urban affairs topics, served more than ten years in local state and federal capacities and represented metal recycling companies and associations in the western states and Washington DC. His undergraduate degree is in ancient history; he reads both
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