Mac Taylor grew up in Annapolis, MD, exploring and boating on the creeks and marshes off the Severn River. This interest became a career focus leading to a Ph.D. in Physiology from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and postdoctoral research in endocrinology at the University of Pittsburgh. Mac returned to the Bay area as a Research Associate at the University of Delaware, supervising the field sampling operations for the University’s part in an ecological survey of the C & D Canal. He moved on to a faculty position in biology at the University of Delaware, teaching courses in physiology and fish biology and focusing his research on reproductive cycles of local fishes. Since retiring in 2006, Mac has sailed as part of the environmental education team on the skipjack Martha Lewis and become involved in water quality monitoring for the Elk and North East River Watershed Association (ENERWA), in addition to helping with the North Elk Coffee House, St. Mary Anne’s Train Day and the Church cemetery.
Mark your calendars and join us for our third Lenten Supper on Sunday, March 19th, from 5:00-7:00PM in the Parish Hall.
Don’t miss out this week as we have a brief overview of the science base of biological evolution and its relation to religion.
This week’s presenter will be parishioner and marine biologist, Mac Taylor.
Don’t miss a week of these informative discussions!
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