Marshall Davies Lloyd
Marshall is a third generation Latin teacher. Both his parents taught Latin to all-female student bodies---his father as a professor of Classics at Randolph-Macon Woman's College and his mother as Latin teacher and Dean of Studies at Seven Hills School in Lynchburg, Virginia. From the time he was a child, Marshall traveled with his parents to Italy, visiting classical sites and museums. Now he enjoys sharing the Classics with a new generation of young women.
||Division Head: Arts and Foreign Languages Division
Head: Department of Foreign Languages
Software Coordinator / Faculty Training
Sponsor: National Honor SocietyTM
Computer Task Group
M.A.L.S., Mary Washington College, (Liberal Studies), Susan J. Hanna Award, Donald E. Glover Award, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, 3.9 GPA.
Classics Summer Institute, University of Georgia, 1994 Georgia Classics Summer Institute Teacher Scholarship.
Certification in Latin, Virginia Department of Ed.
Montessori Teacher Training, Summit University under Elisabeth Caspari. Lanello's Quarter, Summit University.
Vergilian Society, 1983 Rome and Cumae Sessions.
B.A., College of William and Mary, (Classical Studies) Accepted, Early Decision; Treasurer: Eta Sigma Phi; Governor's poetry committee; Vice-President and chapter co-founder: Student's International Meditation Society; Member, Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Summer Sessions Abroad (1967-68): Italian, Etruscan Civilization, and Art History.
|Career Path:||Head of Arts and Foreign Languages Division|
Head of the Department of Foreign Languages
1997- date Head of Arts and Foreign Language Div.
1996 Italy Trip, "The Ancient City," Casterbridge tours
1995-1998 SMS E-Mail Postmaster,
1994-1995 University of Georgia, Latin TA,
Teacher of Record, Lat 101-102,
1991 Italy Trip, Trip sponsor Casterbridge tours
1989-1990 Administrator On Duty
1988-1989 Sponsor, Student Government
1988-1989 Co-Sponsor, Honor Council
1985- date Head of Dept. of Foreign Languages
1984 Italy Trip, Faculty sponsor
1984-1989 Academic Affairs Committee
1984-1989 Headmaster's Advisory Committee
1984-1989 Head of Computer Department
1985-1988 Class Sponsor, Class of 1988
Latin and Computer Teacher,
also: Geometry, Algebra, and ESL
1985-1987 Trip Committee
1985-1987 Handbook Committee
1982-1985 St. Margaret's School: Latin and English
1980-1981 Montessori International: Latin and English
Summit University Press: Italian Editor,
1979-1980 Monelisson Jr. High: Latin Teacher,
chairman: faculty philosophy committee.
|Personal Interests:||Enjoys reading, writing, translating, programming, traveling, research, religion, metaphysics, the teachings of the Ascended Masters, philosophy, genealogy, numismatics, music, and playing the recorder.|
E-text. [Macomb, Alexander, Jr.]. Pontiac: or The Siege of Detroit. A Drama, in Three Acts. Boston: Samuel Colman, 1835. (web: 2000).
E-text. Richards, George H. Memoir of Alexander Macomb, the Major General commanding the Army of the United States. New York: M'Elrath, Bangs & Co., 1833. (web: 1999).
E-text. Anthon, Charles Edward. Narrative of the settlement of George Christian Anthon in America and of the Removal of the Family from Detroit, and its Establishment in New York City. New York: Bradstreet Press, April, 1872. (web: 1999).
E-text. Van Dyke, Henry. The Story of the Other Wise Man. (web: 1999).
Navarre Arms: the Navarres of Meaux and New France (web: 1998; Rev. 2000).
M.A. Thesis: The Political Context of Cicero's Poetry (UGA: 1995), with Abstract.
Graphic for Hubertus Mandersheid's Die Wasserbewirtschaftung Römischer Thermen: Archäologische und Hydrotechnische Untersuchungen. Mitteilungen des Leichtweiß-Institut der Technischen Universität Braunschwieg 118 (Braunschwieg: 1994).
Graphics for R. B. Lloyd's "Acrostichis Duplex," Vergilius (1987-1999).
Translations for Forget Me Not: The True Story of Elisabeth of Austria (Summit U P:1981).
Over 40 titles in software for the Classics (DOS, Windows, and Apple II platforms).
|Family:||Marshall and his wife, Lucia Kendall Lloyd, met at St. Margaret's School in 1994. They were married on June 29, 1996 in Pittsburgh, Pa. They originally lived on campus in the Mitchell House with their daughter Kendall and Lucia's two cats Honey and Sugar. On July 27, 2000, they moved into the Gawen House.|
|Notable Quotes:||"Where we are is a product of how we got here. By understanding our past, we best prepare for our future. In the age of information, it is proving even more important for students to analyze, synthesize, and draw conclusions from what they read. There is no better place to learn to read critically than in the Classics."|