Marcus Ross, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Geology
Assistant Director, Center for Creation Studies
Office: Micro/Molecular Hall (Dorm 13) 205
- B.S. in Earth Science, The Pennsylvania State University
- M.S. in Paleontology, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
- Ph.D. in Geosciences, University of Rhode Island
- CRST 290 History of Life
- PHSC 210 Elements of Earth Science
- PHSC 211 Laboratory in Earth Science
- BIOL 371 Vertebrate Paleontology
- ENVR 220: Introduction to Physical Geology
- ENVR 221: Physical Geology Laboratory
- ENVR 330: Energy Resources and Efficiencies
Marcus Ross has loved paleontology (especially dinosaurs) since he was a kid growing up in Rhode Island. He has continued pursuing this passion, currently researching about a group of extinct marine reptiles called mosasaurs. He is greatly interested in issues surrounding the creation-evolution controversy and the intersection of geology with the Biblical events of creation and Noah's Flood. He and his wife Corinna live in Lynchburg, Virginia.