Three Profs Join Grace College
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Three professors join the Grace College faculty beginning with the fall 2009 semester. They are Nathan S. Bosch, Ph.D., assistant professor of environmental science and director of Kosciusko Lakes and Streams; Keith E. Marlett, Ph.D., assistant professor of counseling; and Kim M. Reiff, M.F.A., assistant professor of art and chair of the college’s Department of Art.
Nathan Bosch holds his Ph.D. degree in resource ecology and management—aquatics from the School of Natural Resources and Environment at the University of Michigan. He earned his B.A. degree at Trinity Christian College and has studied at the Au Sable Environmental Institute in Michigan. Dr. Bosch comes to Grace College from his position as research fellow with the Cooperative Institute for Limnology and Ecosystems Research at the University of Michigan. In addition, he has served as a modeling consultant with the Stantec, Inc., and research assistant at the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory.
Keith E. Marlett holds his Ph.D. degree in professional counseling, M.A. degree in professional counseling, B.S. in pastoral ministries from Liberty University and earned his associates degree at Auburn Community College. Dr. Marlett has taught at Ashland Theological Seminary in its master of divinity and M.A. in Clinical Counseling programs and comes to Grace College from his position at the Center for Counseling and Family Studies at Liberty University. He also has more than 24 years of experience as a pastor.
Kim M. Reiff, M.F.A., earned her bachelor of fine arts degree in graphic arts from Indiana University, her MBA degree from Indiana Wesleyan University, and master of fine arts degree in visual arts from Azusa Pacific University. She comes to Grace from her position as manager of marketing communications at NuVasive, Inc., in San Diego, California. Prof. Reiff’s experience also includes positions as manager of marketing communications at MacroPore Biosurgery, Inc., in San Diego and graphic designer for Biomet in Warsaw, Indiana. She also has worked as a production manager, art director, and staff artist, as well as teaching organizational management at Indiana Wesleyan University.