Mark has taught in the Department of Philosophy & Religion since 1993. He teaches classes in ethics, professional ethics, environmental ethics, philosophy of science. His current research interests are in environmental philosophy, existentialism and philosophy of science. He has presented papers at national and international conferences in Gainsville, Jacksonville, Cincinnati, Philadephia and Pittsburg as well as in Athens, Greece and Oxford, England.
B.A. (Indiana University), M.A. (University of Tennessee), Ph.D. (Purdue University)